Chip and Joanna Gaines bring ‘Home Work’ back to Magnolia after TV series remodel – The Hollywood Reporter
Magnolia Network is keen to quickly move on from a mini premiere month TV series. The new channel, a joint venture between Chip and Joanna Gaines and Discovery, has reinstated the new Home Work series after evaluating allegations of shoddy work on the part of the series’ hosts.
“Magnolia Network is dedicated to sharing hopeful and authentic stories,” Magnolia Network president Allison Page said Friday. “To do that, we strive to meet people with compassion and cautiously approach difficult moments with honest understanding. After speaking with the homeowner as well as Candis and Andy Meredith about the renovation projects for Homework, and hearing a combination of both positive and negative experiences, we don’t believe in malicious intent or malice. Our commitment now is to provide tailored solutions to those experienced with Homework does not conform to our network standards. While Homework Going back to Magnolia Network, we realize it’s our responsibility to be able to better support not only our talent but also the people who put their trust in them and the brand. this “.
Homework was launched on January 7, two days after Magnolia’s linear launch, because of allegations of blown budgets and late deadlines – two staples of home improvement, with television or no – appeared on Instagram from two How’s your job customer. The network will now work with those homeowners to help come up with tailored solutions for their respective projects.
On the bright side, the return of Gaineses linear television has been warmly welcomed by viewers – at least for their own show, Fixer Upper: Welcome home. Wednesday night, it ranked as the #3 show on adult cable for a 9-hour period – watched through the news only.
Homework airs at 9 p.m. Saturday and streams in the Magnolia section of Discovery+.