These Iconic Shows From the DIY Network Will Move to the Magnolia Network

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This story was originally published on 3/8/2021; it has been updated to reflect new information.

Back in 2018, Chip and Joanna Gaines revealed the exciting news that they were planning on launching their very own TV network. Magnolia Network, as this network has been named, has been in the making for almost three years. Unfortunately, COVID-19 heavily pushed back its launch date, but it finally premiered on July 15, 2021 via the Magnolia app with select titles and episodes available to watch on discovery+. Now, we finally have an official launch date for the actual network: January 5, 2022. On that day, the existing DIY Network will be rebranded as Magnolia Network, and the channel will premiere with Fixer Upper: Welcome Home at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT.

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What can we watch on Magnolia network?

The answer is a little bit of Chip and Joanna Gaines as well as a number of new original series starring newcomers with powerful stories (and a few existing DIY Network fan-favorites!). Here are all the confirmed shows.

Breaking New Ground: Expanding the Silos

Want to know more about how the Gaineses made Magnolia Market at the Silos a must-experience destination in Waco, Texas? Well, they released a 45-minute special detailing everything that went into it from when they first dreamt it up in fall of 2019 to its opening in October 2020. While we wait for their network to officially launch, the short documentary is currently available to stream on discovery+.

Fixer Upper

Yes! Chip and Joanna Gaines are returning for a new season of their beloved show. Although the series originally aired on HGTV, it will be continuing on Magnolia Network. You can watch the adorable teaser clip below.

Magnolia Table

Joanna Gaines is getting her own cooking show! Named after her two cookbooks, Magnolia Table stars the mother-of-five as she whips up some yummy treats. Fun fact: it's filmed inside a gristmill from the 1800s.

Growing Floret

The new show will follow Erin Benzakein, the founder of Floret Flower Farm, on her year-long quest to build a sustainable organic flower farm in Washington state.

Home on the Road

This six-episode series will follow husband and wife duo, Amanda Sudano Ramirez and Abner Ramirez, otherwise known as the band Johnnyswim. As they tour North America with their two kids in tow, viewers will get a glimpse into life on the road and the family's mission to seek out a home and community wherever they go.

Bespoke Kitchens

In this show, deVOL, an England-based furniture manufacturer will work with talented craftspeople to design stunning kitchens and interiors for clients.

Family Dinner

In Family Dinner, culinary expert Andrew Zimmern will visit families across the country to explore how the cultural, regional, and historical facets influence what and how we eat, as well as how food brings us all together.

Restoration Road

Woodworker Clint Harp will take viewers through some of the oldest and most beautiful structures still standing today. In Restoration Road, he'll share the stories of structures found all over the country.

The Fieldhouse

Justin Bane’s NFL dreams were cut short due to a serious injury, but in 2011, he opened the Fieldhouse gym in Abilene, Texas with his wife Annie. The couple has since committed their lives to helping people turn broken dreams into an inspiring, new reality.

Super Dad

Taylor Calmus, who runs the Dude Dad Youtube Channel, along with his building crew, will be building extreme one-of-a-kind projects for kids. Think: pirate ship in the backyard to a custom ball launcher mounted to their family truck.

Home Work

Husband and wife Andy and Candis Meredith and their seven kids work together to convert a 113-year-old, 20,000 square-foot schoolhouse into their family’s dream home.

The Lost Kitchen

Erin French is the owner of The Lost Kitchen, a historic mill turned restaurant in Freedom, Maine, population 722. This series will show us how The Lost Kitchen operates, which doesn't accept phone or email reservations, but only reservations submitted by postcard.

Inn the Works

This new series will star Lindsey Kurowski and her crew as she purchases and renovates a rundown four-acre campground in Big Bear, CA.

This Old House

Episodes from this iconic, Emmy-winning home improvement series will also air on Magnolia Network.

Maine Cabin Masters

Now in its eighth season, this well-loved renovation series will also make the switch to Magnolia Network once it takes over the DIY Network.

Barnwood Builders

This West Virgina-based documentary series that follows craftsmen as they restore some of America's oldest barns and cabins will join other shows in making the move from the DIY Network to Magnolia Network.

Stone House Revival

Another show that will be moving over from the DIY Network, Stone House Revival, now in its fourth season, will join the Magnolia Network.

What channel will be Magnolia Network be on?

Chip and Joanna Gaines announced that Magnolia Network will take over Discovery's DIY Network. Therefore, if your current cable or satellite plan includes the DIY Network, then you're good to go. This is slated to occur on January 5, 2022.

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