Fixer Upper With Chip and Joanna Will Return to HGTV

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HGTV fans enjoyed the first season of Fixer Upper and look forward to seeing new episodes air in the near feature. The distinctive style of real estate pros Chip and Joanna Gaines keeps bringing home improvement enthusiasts back for more.

After a successful first season, HGTV fans are looking forward to the second season of "Fixer Upper." Everyone fell in love with real estate pros Chip and Joanna Gaines. Currently this dynamic duo is filming a second season with all new episodes coming soon.

About HGTV Fixer Upper

Location, location, location is the mantra of real estate experts who are in-the-know. In HGTV "Fixer Upper," Chip and Joanna buy and fix homes in the Waco/Dallas, Texas area. Buyers work with buyers to renovate the wrong house located in the right location. Their innovative renovation and design efforts during the first season have fans wanting more. Some are even considering relocation to the Waco area! Fortunately, HGTV is planning a second season of "Fixer Upper." Chip and Joanna are filming right now so new episodes are on the way.

About Chip and Joanna Gaines

The hosts of HGTV's "Fixer Upper" have been remodeling, fixing and flipping homes together for 12 years as the owners of Magnolia Homes in Texas. They have worked on over 100 homes. Chip has superior real estate instincts and Joanna has fabulous design skills. The combination has proven to be a real winner.

A Bit of History

The couple met after they both graduated from Baylor University. Just a short time after they tied the knot, the couple purchased, gutted and renovated their first building as a team. Joanna opened a home accessory store called Magnolia. The couple now shares four children as they grow their enterprise to include a real estate company, design firm, construction company and residential subdivision, Magnolia Villas. They have resided in Waco for over a decade.

According to the Magnolia website, fans can look forward to the second season of HGTV's "Fixer Upper" in January. In the meantime, the first season continues to air on HGTV.

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