HGTV orders “Tiny Luxury,” “My Lottery Dream Home”

My Lottery Dream Home (pictured), Tiny Luxury and Raise the Roof are among six home reno and design series headed to U.S. cable nets HGTV and DIY Network.
May 22, 2015

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-madeĀ series Super Great Rooms, starring builder Chip Wade from HGTV’sĀ 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.

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