Chip and Joanna Gaines Share Big News: 'Fixer Upper' Is Back But with 1 Major Change
By Amanda Thomason
Published August 4, 2020 at 3:49pm
Chip and Joanna Gaines have made a huge impact on society. Their last name has become synonymous with wholesome fun and bright, airy makeovers.
The show that started it all for most people is Fixer Upper, which became wildly popular after its debut in 2013.
While the show ended in 2018 after five seasons, the Magnolia phenomenon has continued to spread to restaurants, books, shops, and now an entire network.
People love the Gaineses and their work, enough that it made sense to the couple to try something completely new: a network entirely dedicated to their craft and others with the same goals.
Originally set to launch in the fall, the Magnolia Network is now slated to start next year. But theres some other big news with that.
Chip tweeted the exciting update on Tuesday with a video that revealed the surprise.
Everybody knows.. #fixerUpper is where weve been and @magnolianetwork is where were going! he tweeted. But what if we tied both together as a tribute to this new journey for old times sake.
Fixer Upper: meet Magnolia Network. Magnolia Network: meet Fixer Upper! Feels pretty good to me.
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