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Magnolia Network Orders Five New Shows & Renews Three Others

Magnolia Network Orders Five New Shows & Renews Three Others

Magnolia Network is bringing in five brand new shows.

According to Deadline, the Chip and Joanna Gaines-led network has not only ordered five new lifestyle series, but also given renewals to three of their current projects.

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The outlet reports that Magnolia Table with Joanne Gaines, Restoring Galveston, and Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry will all return for additional seasons on the new channel.

In addition, five new shows are on the way and they are called A Home Away with husband-and-wife design team Bryan and Catherine Williamson; Beach Cottage Chronicles; Handcrafted Hotels; Home Stories with Kate and Amy; and a still untitled project with professional baker Bryan Ford.

Scroll below to read the descriptions of all the new shows…

A Home Away is a six-episode, hour-long series produced by Big Table Media. Design duo Bryan and Catherine Williamson are taking on their biggest project yet – renovating and operating a Queen Anne bed and breakfast in Columbus, Ohio.

Beach Cottage Chronicles is a 12-episode midform series produced by BFD Productions. The series explores the intentional architecture and inspired design behind beautiful beach cottages and lakeside retreats. Each episode meets with the homeowner and architect who carefully curated the home’s design and how the architecture was influenced by the surrounding landscape and waterways.

Handcrafted Hotels is a four-episode, half-hour series produced by Blind Nil. The series follows hoteliers in cities across the country that uniquely capture the nostalgia, charm and character of their new hometowns. In this season, Graduate Hotels founder Ben Weprin and his team of in-house designers, alongside creative partners, create custom stays that celebrate the university spirit and provide guests with a one-of-a-kind, nostalgic experience.

Home Stories with Kate and Amy is a seven-episode, half-hour series produced by Anchor Entertainment. Stylist Kate Martindale and photographer Amy Neunsinger work with clients who have tired spaces and help transform them into beautiful rooms that feel like home.

Untitled Bryan Ford Baking Project will be a six-episode, half-hour series produced by Frank. Baker Bryan Ford travels to baking establishments all over New York City, spotlighting different cultures’ baking traditions. He tastes and discusses baked goods that may not get the mainstream attention they deserve and points out how certain treats are similar even though they originate from different countries. Bryan aims to expand our ideas about baking by exploring the relationships that different communities have with breads and pastry.

If you missed it, ratings for the network are pretty solid, following a bit of controversy about one particular series.

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