Cable channel HGTV has ordered new seasons of three of their TV series — Kitchen Cousins, The High Low Project, and Selling LA. All three shows will get 13 new installments.
Kitchen Cousins completed its 13 episode first season last week. The High Low Project wrapped up its first 14 installments in December and will return in April. The second season of Selling LA began in January and is still airing.
Here are the details, including some brief show descriptions:
HGTV Greenlights Additional Seasons of Three Series
New York, N.Y. [For Immediate Release – January 25, 2012] HGTV has extended production of three of its newest series, ordering 13 episodes each of the hot new design series, Kitchen Cousins, the makeover series, The High Low Project featuring popular designer Sabrina Soto, and the newest entry in the real estate franchise, Selling LA.
In the weekly series Kitchen Cousins, which airs Wednesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on HGTV, viewers follow contractor Anthony Carrino and designer John Colaneri, as they run their family-owned construction company based in New Jersey. While construction and renovation are the mainstays of their business, designing and building dream kitchens is their passion. Each week, Anthony and his cousin John pour their heart and soul into making each kitchen they design the focal point of the home.
The High Low Project
Designer Sabrina Soto proves that room design can look luxurious without a steep price tag in her series, The High Low Project. Each week Sabrina creates a homeowners’ dream room with exquisite – but expensive – furniture, wall coverings, window treatments, art and accessories. She then replaces the high-end items with budget-friendly finds that replicate the opulent look without sacrificing style. Throughout the series she reveals creative shopping techniques, do-it-yourself ideas to transform dime store finds into chic decor and luxe ways to give a room high style through layering, texture and sumptuous finishing touches. New episodes will premiere in April.
From Beverly Hills to the Sunset Strip–Los Angeles is a place where the rich and famous live large, and everyone has a dream. For the region’s real estate brokers, landing a client and closing a deal can be as competitive as any casting call. HGTV’s hit series, Selling LA, which airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, follows three colorful groups of assertive, razor-sharp brokers from the real estate firms Valerie Fitzgerald Group, Keller Williams and Hilton & Hyland as they build up their roster of millionaire clients, tour spectacular properties, and network their way through the competitive world of high-end real estate.
HGTV, America’s leading home and lifestyle brand, is one of cable’s top-rated networks and is distributed to more than 99 million U.S. households. HGTV’s website, HGTV.com, is the nation’s leading online home-and-garden destination that attracts an average of 4 million unique visitors per month. The HGTV HOME consumer products line currently includes exclusive offerings of paint, flooring, soft goods and other home-oriented products. The HGTV Magazine, a new home and lifestyle publication, is published in partnership with Hearst Magazines.
What do you think? Are you a fan of HGTV? Will you be checking out any of these new shows?
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I loved Kitchen Cousins and the High Low Project. I hope they’ll be back. I see the comment below asking about Candice Olsen and want to second that!
So glad you are coming back with these shows..what happened to Candice Olsen? Is she coming back soon?
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So glad to hear you are renewing “Kitchen Cousins”. It’s my fav on HGTV now.