There is more Bargain Block coming your way. HGTV has renewed its hit Detroit-based home renovation series Bargain Block for a 10-episode fourth season and has ordered a five-episode spinoff series, Bargain Block: New Orleans.
Both series will star reno experts and partners Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas as they restore neighborhoods in Detroit and New Orleans, one house at a time. Both series are slated to premiere this fall.
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Bargain Block is coming off its third season with strong ratings, drawing more than 14 million viewers and ranking as a top 3 non-news/sports cable series among upscale P25-54 and upscale W25-54. The series follows Bynum and Thomas as they buy multiple run-down homes on a single block and take them down to the studs. With help from real estate expert Shea Hicks-Whitfield, the duo create affordable, stylish and fully furnished homes that are ideal for first-time homebuyers.
In Bargain Block New Orleans, the duo will take their successful business model south for the winter to help communities restore abandoned homes. In NO, the couple will face unique restoration challenges including repairing hurricane-damaged properties, bee infestations and strict construction codes. Whitfield will assist when tricky business decisions arise.
“Millions of home renovation enthusiasts have tuned in to see Keith, Evan and Shea’s passion for improving Detroit communities in Bargain Block for three seasons, making it a strong ratings driver for the network,” said Loren Ruch, Head of Content, HGTV. “We know their legions of fans will want to follow them to New Orleans and watch them transform and preserve this one-of-a-kind city.”
Bargain Block is produced by High Noon Entertainment.
Previous seasons of Bargain Block are available for streaming on Max.
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