Wildly popular home renovators Chip and Joanna Gaines are about to become even more ubiquitous soon enough, thanks to a new deal with HBO Max.
The married couple of Chip and Joanna recently reached an agreement in which HBO Max will stream Magnolia Network programs. Among them are HGTV’s Fixer Upper, Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, and The Lost Kitchen.
Accordingly, HBO Max will begin streaming all five seasons of Fixer Upper with Chip and Joanna later next month. By the same token, HBO Max will stream select Magnolia originals as well.
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Last year, the Gaineses launched their own Magnolia Network, a spinoff of HGTV. Chip and Joanna named the network after their design and decor company. The former HGTV show hosts relaunched their own network show on Discovery+ as Fixer Upper: Welcome Home.
Later, Discovery, parent company of HGTV, merged with WarnerMedia.
Magnolia celebrated the news Thursday on its Twitter account.
“There’s a new way to watch #MagnoliaNetwork!” the tweet said. “Not only will you be able to see @chipgaines and @joannagaines on TV, @discoveryplus, and the #MagnoliaApp, but starting September 30, you can stream all seasons of #FixerUpper and select Magnolia originals on @hbomax!”
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Beyond all the Magnolia hubbub, Variety reported Thursday that Chip and Joanna will premiere a new show called Fixer Upper: The Castle on Oct. 14. The show will reportedly document the spouses redoing a 100-year-old castle that they own in Waco, Texas. It’ll be available on HBO Max, Magnolia Network and Discovery+ as well.
Stars Chip and Joanna Gaines head up home decorating and building in Waco, Texas. In their programs, the married couple demonstrate to viewers how they can make do-it-yourself improvements at home.
Variety broke the news on Thursday, after which Magnolia issued its statements about the deal.