HGTV and Food Network are beefing up their lineups.
Both cable networks, which are owned by Warner Bros. Discovery, unveiled their first rosters after the merger – although the faces remain familiar.
HGTV has ordered new series including that of Cristy Lee Steal This House, Rehab Addict Lake House Rescue by Nicole Curtis Go back to a million and First home repair, while Food Network ordered BBQ USA is CompliPlated and Guy’s Ultimate game night by Guy Fieri.
The new slates mean both networks will have more than 70 new series on their 2022 schedules, with HGTV producing more than 570 hours of new original programming in 2022, including 3 new series and specials, and 27 returning programs and Food Network with more 660 hours of new programming for the year, including 40 new series and specials, and 30 reruns. All shows will launch on Discovery+.
Jane Latman, who leads both networks as President, Home & Food Content and Streaming, Warner Bros. Discovery said, “HGTV and Food Network are two of the largest and most influential brands in television with programming that more than 25 million viewers seek out. and watch live every week. We are the established leaders in the home and food genres, and our top priority remains the development, production and promotion of new series that fill our star-powered bench with even more talented experts. You’ll also see us generate new ideas that will keep our existing fan-favorite series in mind with this passionate audience.
New Serie :
Steal this house
Premieres on HGTV Saturday, July 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Cristy Lee (All Girls Garage on MotorTrend TV and MotorTrend+) stars in the Detroit-based home improvement series Steal This House. Although she is known for her expertise in repairing cars, trucks and bikes, Cristy’s heart is in home improvement. She sees the potential in the most unexpected and inexpensive properties and works to turn them into amazing homes. For her clients, Cristy proves that it’s worth buying a cheaper house that needs work, creating a smart renovation budget and investing in a renovation to turn the place into the home of
Rehab Addict Lake House Rescue
Premieres on HGTV and launches on Discovery+ Wednesday, July 13 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Nicole Curtis, the home improvement star best known for her hands-on restoration of crumbling old homes in Rehab Addict and Rehab Addict Rescue, returns to her hometown of Lake Orion, Michigan, to complete a massive renovation of a historic cottage. waterfront at Rehab Addict Lake House rescue. Nicole revisits the charming 1904 property that she fell in love with and saved from imminent demolition. Seven years later, she would complete the most difficult, expensive and complicated project of her career to create a beautiful lakeside retreat for her family.
Go back to a million
Premieres on HGTV and launches on Discovery+ Monday, August 1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
In Flip to A Million, HGTV conducts a house flipping experience at the edge of your seat like never seen before. The series follows two couples who are both successful in their respective markets: Jonathan and Danielle Wrobel from Long Island, New York, and Jason and EJ Williams from Chicago, Illinois. The couples are dropped off in an unfamiliar city – Dallas, Texas – where they set out to prove that in the world of real estate, it’s possible to start with next to nothing and make a fortune. With an initial budget of just $1,000, each couple taps into the real estate and reversal market to buy and sell properties. Their goal: to make a million-dollar house sale in just six months. To try to get there, the duos must do everything possible to reach the million.
First home repair
Premieres on HGTV Saturday, August 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
First Home Fix spotlights designer duo and real-life couple, Austin Coleman and Raisa Kuddus, as they create one-of-a-kind, custom renovations for eager millennial clients. Austin and Raisa show these new homeowners how to stretch to the better their tight budgets using sweat equity and strategic, custom design decisions. Ultimately, the duo help their young clients transform their outdated properties into a home they never dreamed of.
BBQ United States
Premieres on Food Network and launches on Discovery+ on Monday, July 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
This is the most competitive cooking game – BBQ! And in this new series, chef and restaurateur Michael Symon heads to the biggest barbecue competitions across the country to bring viewers straight into the action as he showcases the most elite competitors and top barbecue talents. as they fight for the bragging rights of the ultimate barbecue. and price. From Georgia to Kansas to Texas, and points in between, Michael takes viewers behind the scenes to take in all the cooking action, including a look at the diehard fans of this cooking show, and more. sure, the most appetizing and drool-worthy’ you’ve ever seen.
Premieres on Food Network and launches on Discovery+ Thursday, August 11 at 10 p.m. ET/PT
It’s CompliPlated is a hilarious new cooking show that has determined chefs trying to please the most particular panel of eaters with the same plate of food. Hosted by Tabitha Brown, New York Times bestselling author, actress, vegan foodie, and Food Network Hot List No. 1, this series is for all home cooks looking for ways to make the delicious meals we love. all, while accommodating all the different diets, food allergies and tastes of their household. Chopped judge and Tournament of Champions II winner Maneet Chauhan joins the action each week as competing chefs pull out all the stops to see who can whip up the best universal meal for their complicated and picky preferences and walk away with it. $10,000!
Guy’s Ultimate Game Night
Premieres on Food Network Wednesday, August 31 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
If you put a game show and a cooking contest in a blender, you get Guy’s Ultimate Game Night. Hollywood celebrities and their closest friends and family join host Guy Fieri in the Flavortown Lounge for an evening of food, drink and food-related games and trivia like ‘Dish Pics’, ‘The Guy -Q Test,” and “Charade the Pantry,” plus hands-on food challenges like “Blind Baker” and “Omelette Offs.” It’s all fun and games as guests have to stay on their toes as they battle it out for crazy prizes, and the best part is it’s all in the name of charity.