With their constant bickering and potshots, these two made it clear that working with your ex can get more than a little uncomfortable.
The end of an era for HGTV came on Tuesday night when the series finale of Fixer Upper aired, and fans are distraught that they won’t be able to get their Chip and Joanna Gaines fix on television any longer. HGTV aired the final episode of ‘Fixer Upper’ on Wednesday night. Just before the last episode aired, Joanna took to Twitter to post a set of then-and-now photos to show parallels between the pilot episode and the series finale.
HGTV has had a string of bad luck with controversies and lawsuits, and it seems one of its stars, Chip Gaines, who co-hosts Fixer Upper, is heading to court.
Flip or Flop is tackling its most ambitious project yet. HGTV’s hit home renovation series, set in Southern California, will expand to Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta, Texas and Las Vegas in 2017 and 2018, Us Weekly reveals exclusively in the new issue. “Because every market is unique, there was an opportunity to highlight what works in various regions by featuring successful people in different locations who had mastered the art of flipping in their town,” Allison Page, general manager, U.S. programming and development for HGTV, Food Network and Travel Channel tells Us.
Tuesday night was the season premiere of Fixer Upper, the wildly popular HGTV show hosted by the Waco, Texas, husband-and-wife team Chip and Joanna Gaines. The show did boffo ratings, with the Hollywood Reporter noting that the 9 p.m. premiere “averaged 3.4 million viewers, topping every other non-news telecast on cable for the night.” Not bad at all for an episode in which Chip and Joanna helped a couple who wanted an indoor spa … for their dogs.
There are a ton of home-improvement shows on cable television, but none of them possess the amount of charm, humor, and how-to details of HGTV’s Fixer Upper. Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines are a Waco, Texas-based couple who’ve developed a large following for the selection, rehabbing, and decoration of homes for new buyers. “We take the worst home in the best neighborhood and we turn it into into our client’s dream home,” Chip chirps in the intro to every episode of FU.