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HGTV slates new unscripted renovation series for 2020

Discovery-owned HGTV unveiled its 2020 lineup on Thursday (Jan. 16), promising a “fresh take” on home renovation, real estate and design with series such as Frozen In Time and Flipping ...
January 16, 2020

Discovery-owned HGTV unveiled its 2020 lineup on Thursday (Jan. 16), promising a “fresh take” on home renovation, real estate and design with series such as Frozen In Time and Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa.

The network kicks off its slate Feb. 4 at  9 p.m. ET/PT with the premiere of Unsellable Houses, in which real estate agents and sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis help struggling owners sell their seemingly “unsellable” homes.

On Feb. 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, HGTV premieres the previously-announced reboot of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (pictured). The Jesse Tyler Ferguson-fronted series follows a team of designers and volunteers as they complete home overhauls for 10 families.

100 Day Dream Home, debuting Feb. 16 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, sees husband and wife Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt help clients create their “perfect home” in 100 days.

In March, Flip or Flop star Tarek El Moussa will mentor real estate novices on the secrets of a successful flip in Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa. The series premieres March 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

HGTV has also slated two series for spring 2020: Frozen in Time and House in a Hurry.

In Frozen in Time, designer Dan Vickery and A Very Brady Renovation‘s Maureen McCormick will overhaul homes “stuck in a design time warp”, while House in a Hurry will see a family who needs to relocate spend one weekend house hunting in their new town, with just 72 hours to find their dream property.

Premiering in summer 2020, Build Me Up will follow interior designer Orlando Soria as he helps clients going through a big life change to overhaul their home and have a “fresh start.”

Finally, the six-episode series Farmhouse Fixer (w/t) sees Jonathan Knight, former member of the boy band New Kids on the Block, restore a centuries-old New England Farmhouse.

“We’ve planned more than 700 hours of incredible new content this year,” Jane Latman, president of HGTV, said in a statement. “Our upcoming series will attract more viewers and be more evocative and emotional, with an emphasis on the ups and downs of real life. Things might go wrong, or they might go right when you’re trying to create the perfect home, but either way, HGTV will be there.”

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