The former HGTV duo you know and love are now ready to take over the streaming and content world.
"There's a lot of new and exciting things happening at Magnolia and we wanted to create a space where you can experience all of it, wherever you are. That's why we're so excited about this app and all of the incredible people, stories and resources you'll find inside. It's our hope that the content we've curated encourages you to continue pursuing a life and home you love."
Of course, it wouldn't be Chip and Jo's network without their beloved home improvement show Fixer Upper. The new iteration of the classic series is called Fixer Upper: Welcome Home.
"Chip and Jo are fantastic enrollers and fantastic people to work for in the sense that they give you some boundaries because everyone needs to be given boundaries we all have them in life and then they let you design it and we were thrilled to be able to do so."
Zimmern can be found on the Magnolia Network in his very own new show called Family Dinner:
"We get to share real stories of real families in their homes and be moved, inspired, made to laugh, made to cry but throughout seeing incredible food cooked by incredible human beings."
To celebrate his new culinary program finding a home on the Magnolia Network, Zimmern shared a photo with Chip and Jo.
"The idea was 'do we try something that's just all about the way my brain works?' which is to have no process and not really have a formula. Most TV shows have a formula, so we kinda thought it would be cool to try a design show that's unlike any other design show and it seems to be working."
Flynn is an HGTV veteran, but he is hoping to set himself apart from the rest on the Magnolia network with the help of Chip and Jo, who are no strangers to HGTV themselves.
Also, a Fixer Upper familiar face and friend of the Gaines' is bringing his new show Restoration Road to their network:
"We're telling not only the story of these structures but the stories of some of these towns where these structures are coming from or going to."
That's right, everyone's favorite handyman, Clint Harp is getting his very own show on Magnolia. Although the show is different from Fixer Upper, it's got just as much heart.
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