Fixer Upper is an American reality television series about home design and renovation that expressed on American pay television channel called HGTV which was owned by Discovery. This channel primarily broadcasts reality programming related to home improvement and real estate. Fixer-upper series was started by Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines, a married couple who own a home renovation and redecoration business in Waco, Texas.
Fixer Upper is produced by High Noon Entertainment producers Scott Feeley and Jim Berger. Fixer Upper became popular soon after its debut, and the series is largely credited with the rise in popularity of “Farmhouse-chic” interior design in the late 2010s. In May 2013, this show is initially exposed and with the first full season beginning in April 2014. This show was successful and season two began in January 2015. Whereas season three began in December 2015, and season four began in November 2016. The fifth and final season premiered on November 21, 2017.
In 2018, Zillow reported that homes with architectural features mentioned on the show, such as wainscoting, shiplap, clawfoot bathtubs, and barn doors, sold at an average of 30 percent above the expected value. Also, the show has generated an increase in tourism an economic development in Waco, Texas, where the show was filmed.
In total, the couple worked on over 100 homes. On the show, they start by showing a couple of three potential homes for purchase in central Texas, each of which requires a varying amount of repair or renovation. Once the couple chooses their home, Joanna designs it and Chip is the lead contractor. The buyers typically have an overall budget of under $200,000 with at least $30,000 in renovations
Channel in 2021
The day seems enclosed to the final episode of Fixer Upper, stating the chapter closed said by the Gaines duo. But the Fixer Upper is getting renovated. The widely popular home improvement show hosted by Chip and Joanna Gaines will return for new episodes in 2021, following a three-year hiatus. Chip and Joanna Gaines are two of HGTV’s brightest and most profitable former stars. Since ending “Fixer Upper” on HGTV after five seasons, the couple has now announced that a new iteration of the show will appear on their network in 2021.
Facts About ‘Fixer Upper’
- People fond of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, but how much of it is real. Let see the eight surprising facts about Fixer Upper.
- The gorgeous finished product is usually staged for TV with items from the Gaineses’ store, Magnolia Market. Homeowners can then buy any pieces they want, but whatever they’re not willing to buy is promptly removed from that fancy open concept living room.
- The House is usually picked out before filming. It looks like all the house hunting is for little more than entertainment.
- The couple (or person) is responsible for paying for their demolition, while HGTV covers a full-blown renovation and pay only for the materials, so it’s a pretty solid deal.
- HGTV covered the cost of one big-ticket item
- When looking for a house within 40 miles of Waco, Texas, families have to pledge at least $30,000 to go toward renovations.
- Homeowners are under strict orders to stay away from the houses while they’re being renovated so the results will be a complete surprise.
- Highly edited to create the neat and tidy two minutes TV Show.
- Don’t need to keep the giant and cool picture of your house.