Magnolia Network, owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines, announced four new tv series that will debut on the network.
The shows include “Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry,” “The Artisan’s Kitchen,” “Jean Stoffer Design” and “Making Modern with Brooke and Brice,” according to an article published Monday by Deadline.
.@magnolianetwork, Chip and Joanna Gaines’ multi-platform media joint venture with Discovery, has set four new original series for premiere when the network launches this summer https://t.co/NaNAIxedAI
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) April 19, 2021
10 of the new shows will be previewed in an hour long special titled, “Magnolia Network: A Look Ahead Vol. 2,” the outlet reported. (RELATED: Jennifer Lopez Fangirls Over Hiring Joanna Gaines From ‘Fixer Upper’)
The special will appear on Disney+ on April 23 and will later air on DIY Network on April 24, according to Deadline. DIY Network will become Magnolia Network in January of 2022, as previously reported.
The launch of Magnolia Network was delayed until 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The new shows, along with a new season of “Fixer Upper,” will be available on Disney+ starting July 15, Deadline reported.
I can’t wait for the return of “Fixer Upper” or these new home improvement shows. It looks like there might be some cooking on the new Magnolia Network as well. It kind of feels like HGTV fell off, so maybe the debut of the new network will give us home improvement fans the content we deserve.