Chip and Joanna Gaines Add 4 New Shows to Magnolia Network Offerings

by Taylor Cunningham
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Hey Magnolia Network fans, life is about to get a whole lot sweeter because our favorite renovation gurus Chip and Joanna Gaines are introducing four new shows.

The famous Gaines duo has had a busy year. Not only have they been running their successful decor line Magnolia Home and keeping up with their ever-present humanitarian efforts, but they also launched the Magnolia Network on Discovery+.

And starting this month, Magnolia Network will offer four new titles.

When the network debuted, it included the complete Fixer Upper library and new series such as Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, World’s Most Secret Homes, and more. And now new titles will include The Johnnyswim Show, Family Dinner, Restoration Road with Clint Harp, and The Established Home

The Johnnyswim Show will be the first to drop on December 3rd. In it, the singing Johnnyswim family will find entertaining ways to stay busy after postponing their fall tour.

Family Dinner will debut one week later. And it will follow celebrity chef and restaurateur Andrew Zimmern as he visits families across America. During his travels, Zimmerman will explore how cultural, regional, and historical facets impact what we eat.

Restoration Road with Clint Harp premieres on December 31st. The series will showcase Clint Harp, who Fixer Upper fans will recognize as Joanna Gaines’s favorite carpenter. Over the course of the season, he’ll hit the road in search of historical structures that are in desperate need of restoration.

And lastly, The Established Home will also drop on the 31st. In that series, Chicago-based designer Jean Stoffer will revisit her hometown of Grand Rapids, MI, where she’ll take on some of her most ambitious projects yet. And she’ll also share stories behind her family and inspiration.

Chip and Joanna Gaines Weren’t Prepared for Fame

When Chip and Joanna Gaines embarked on their first season of Fixer Upper, they never guessed they’d become the renovation superstars they are today.

In an interview with TODAY, the famous couple talked about the downside of their successful Magnolia franchise. And as Chip explained, tabloids are laughable.

“It’s funny; I mean, when I think about these circumstances, I think [tabloids are] hilarious. I’m like, ‘I can’t believe that these things are happening to us.’ I mean, who would care about that?” He joked.

And Joanna admitted that fans get a little too invested in stories that surround her marriage. On too many occasions, people have actually confronted the HGTV star to inquire about troubles with Chip. And she has to explain that her relationship is still rock solid—despite what the headlines may say.

“We do our due diligence in letting people know, as much as we can, this isn’t us,” she explained. “Don’t be scammed.”

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