HGTV is sticking with Vintage Flip. This week, the network announced they’ve ordered a second season of the renovation series.
The show features “real estate agent and contractor Jessie Rodriguez and his design-savvy wife Tina as they find, buy, restore and market vintage homes in Orange Country, California.”
More SoCal home renos are on the way as HGTV orders a new season of Vintage Flip set to premiere in summer of 2017. The first season of the series of delivered double-digit ratings growth for HGTV among viewers P25-54 during the 11 p.m. hour compared to the prior year. Vintage Flip stars real estate agent and contractor Jessie Rodriguez and his design-savvy wife Tina as they find, buy, restore and market vintage homes in Orange Country, California. In each episode, Jessie and Tina uncover and restore a home’s original vintage features, such as century-old hardwood floors, windows and woodwork.”
What do you think? Have you seen Vintage Flip? Are you glad the show’s been renewed?
Just saw this show for the first time. They’re doing a great job —- in the Inland Empire (The IE) of Southern California !! MY backyard ! MY lifetime surroundings !! Looking through HGTV’s scheduling to auto-program this tv Series ! THANK YOU, HGTV !!!!
I love this show. CA native now living in AZ. So wonderful to see what this sweet couple is doing with older CA homes!!
I love this show. I’ve watched all the episodes available “On Demand” more than once.
This show is excellent. The hosts are knowledgeable and respectful. Loads of great decorating possibilities. Can’t wait to see more!
excellent! One of your best shows because it concentrates on the renovation process instead of personal crap and has a unique vintage focus with lots of interesting ideas on design materials and concepts. It is very much in the vein of Leave it to Bryan and Holmes Makes It Right which give one lots of information on what to look for when renovating and how to do it. Much better than shows like Bryan Inc, Flip or Flop and, increasingly, Fixer Upper which spend too much time on personal notes and silly interactions.
Love the show so happy they’re coming back