Scripps Networks Interactive-owned cable nets HGTV and DIY have greenlit six home renovation and design series.
At HGTV, Bodega is producing Tiny Luxury, a series about a company that builds luxury homes that are 150 to 440 square feet in size; and Chasing Light Entertainment is producing Rehab Addict: Rebuilding Detroit, which follows renovator Nicole Curtis as she transforms a 19th-century mansion into a family residence.
Elsewhere, High Noon Entertainment’s Two Chicks and a Hammer (working title) stars Indianapolis-based mother-daughter reno team Karen Jensen and Mina Starsiak; and My Lottery Dream Home from Beyond Entertainment follows host David Bromstad (pictured) as he goes house-hunting with recent lottery winners.
Meanwhile, DIY Network has ordered the Magnetic Productions-made series Super Great Rooms, starring builder Chip Wade from HGTV’s Elbow Room; and Raise the Roof, a 12 Forward Entertainment-produced show featuring Denver-based contractor Keith Nylund.
Air dates for the slate have not yet been announced.