History heads to Texas with “Lone Star Restoration”

The network's newest unscripted series features restoration expert Brent Hull who, along with his team, will undertake a variety of architectural restoration projects.
September 27, 2016

History is heading to the Lone Star State to save some historic architecture. The network has teamed up with Texas-based restoration expert Brent Hull and his company Hull Historical for a new eight episode series called Lone Star Restoration, which is set to premiere on History on Oct. 3.

With over two decades of experience, Hull, one of the most respected and sought after historical builders in the U.S., combines the best of today’s technology with time tested and traditional craftsmanship to bring his projects to life. The series will follow Hull and his team as they endeavor to save America’s architectural history one job at a time. They undertake a variety of projects  throughout the series, from the rescue of a classic red railroad caboose to the restoration of a prohibition-era subterranean liquor vault.

Lone Star Restoration is produced by Red Arrow Industries, with Danny Downing, Ryan Hardison, Jamie Paxton Morey, Jym Buss and Tabitha Lentle serving as executive producers. John Verhoff and Russ McCarroll are executive producing for History.

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