The mother part of the mother-daughter team on the popular Good Bones series on HGTV is retiring from her company, Two Chicks and a Hammer. She will still be a part of the TV show, though, focusing on DIY projects rather than renovating entire homes. The Good Bones show features the team renovating houses in Indianapolis and flipping them. Mina is a real estate agent and new mom, while Karen is a former lawyer.
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HGTV recently ordered a 13-episode fifth run of its hit home-renovation series. The new episodes will premiere next summer.
At the end of Season 4, Good Bones ranked as a top 5 cable program among upscale P25-54 and upscale W25-54 in the Tuesday 9-10 PM timeslot, according to HGTV and Nielsen. It also was a top 10 cable program among P25-54 and W25-54 in the slot.
Good Bones also has done well on digital platforms, ranking as the second-most streamed series on HGTV Go since its May 14 premiere. Additionally, weekly clips posted throughout the season generated more than 5.5 million views across HGTV’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.