The Magnolia Network, a joint venture between Discovery and Chip and Joanna Gaines, has added three unscripted titles to its programming lineup, which are slated to premiere this fall on Discovery+ and the Magnolia app.
The Katie Button Project (w/t), An American Story (pictured) and In With the Old are all set to debut this fall.
An American Story is an anthology series debuting on Sept. 24 that celebrates remarkable people in American while telling their individual, inspirational stories. Meanwhile, In With the Old, premiering Oct. 1, is a series featuring designers, buildings and old-home enthusiasts in small towns and big cities across America as they transform and repurpose abandoned structures while preserving their historical integrity.
The Katie Button Project is a cooking series featuring award-winning chef and restaurateur Katie Button as she explores the origins and stories behind different ingredients, while sharing cooking techniques with viewers. An official premiere date for the series has not been announced yet.
Magnolia Network will also debut the documentary feature Rebuilding Hope: The Children of 9/11, directed by Academy and Emmy Award-winner Ellen Goosenberg Kent, on Sept. 7 on Discovery+. The film is produced by Talos Films, in association with People and is told through the lens of four families who have been featured in the magazine for nearly 20 years, where their children were born after their fathers died on Sept. 11, 2001.
The titles join Magnolia’s slate of series and specials for this fall that also includes the home renovation series Making Modern with Brooke and Brice; Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry, a studio-based painting series; and The Established Home, where designer Jean Stoffer showcases her most ambitious home projects around Grand Rapids, MI.
The Magnolia app’s fall rollout schedule will mirror what’s available on Discovery+, with the network making its linear debut in January.