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.
While discussing what dishes would be featured in their new restaurant, Chip and Jo Gaines got into a heated debate about the merits of avocado toast.
Chip Gaines of 'Fixer Upper' might have made a rookie mistake (which is funny, considering he's far from one) and let his and Joanna's new baby's gender slip.
While some of us find it hard enough just to get ourselves up and out of the door each day, others have a whole slew of kids they’re responsible for. Take Eddie Murphy, for example — the funnyman has nine (yes, nine) children, and could have opened a daddy daycare for his kids alone. Kris Jenner was, at one time, making lunch for six kids (or, more likely, paying someone else to). Then there are the Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, who just announced they’re expecting baby No. 5. While being a celebrity has its rewards, there’s really no payoff quite like coming home to your family. ...
After the success of 'Fixer Upper,' Chip and Joanna Gaines mull over what's next for them in 2018. We can definitely empathize with what they have planned so far.
Chip and Joanna Gaines are one of the most well-known duos on TV. They’ve been working together on their Fixer Upper show since 2013, but they’ve been together since 2003, having built their businesses, home, and family, well before joining HGTVs lineup.
Joanna and Chip Gaines are best known to the public as the hosts of HGTV’s hit show "Fixer Upper," but at home they're just mom and dad.
Joanna and Chip Gaines, a husband-and-wife team and stars of HGTV’s Fixer Upper, have launched a lifestyle magazine popular with millennials.