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HGTV Announces 16 New Series Will Air in 2021

Kelly Corbett
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Photo credit: Instagram / Getty Images
Photo credit: Instagram / Getty Images

From House Beautiful

On Monday, HGTV gave us a peek into its upcoming programming for 2021. The network announced an impressive 16 new series that have been greenlit to air (albeit three of these will just run a pilot episode for now). In the upcoming year, we can expect to see a lot of new faces (as well as some familiar ones!), new types of projects, learn some refreshing design ideas, and even witness some emotional real estate stories.

"This is just the beginning," Jane Latman, president of HGTV, said in a press release. "We’re taking scores of pitch meetings, reviewing hundreds of concept reels, talent sizzles and social media sites—looking for imaginative real estate, renovation and design experts who are pushing the envelope with their distinct points of view."

Without further ado, here is a peek into HGTV's brand new show lineup for 2021. Note: Many of these show titles are not final and are subject to change. Also, this list is in addition to previously announced upcoming shows, such as Ben and Erin Napier's Home Town Takeover, Tiffany Brooks' $50K Three Way, and Ty Pennington's Ty Breaker.

New HGTV series in 2021

Home Again with the Fords

Home Again with the Fords is a spin-off of Restored by the Fords, which stars sibling duo and home reno experts Leanne and Steve Ford. In this new series, Leanne and Steve will specifically focus on helping clients update their childhood homes into beautiful spaces, all while making sure to preserve the home's nostalgic elements.

Everything but the House

Everything but the House will star Flea Market Flip's Lara Spencer as she and her and her team of seasoned appraisers help families clean up their homes by finding and auctioning off items of value. This show was originally announced in 2018, but had not made it to air.

Outgrown



Based in in Boise, Idaho, Outgrown stars Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson, who you may recall seeing on Flipping on America. In this series, "the Boise boys," as they call themselves, will renovate homes for growing families in the area who need more space.

Texas Two Step


In Texas Two Step, Houston-based husband-wife team Jon Pierre and Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin will help clients sell their house for top dollar . Then, they'll use their profit to purchase and overhaul a new place to create a forever home.-

Self-Made Mansions

Self-Made Mansions will star Clinton Kelly from What Not to Wear and The Chew. In this series, he'll lend his passion for real estate and design to help self-made millionaires find the home of their dreams. This show was intially announced in early 2020, but was shelved, until now.

My Lottery Dream Home International

Unlike the original My Lottery Dream Home starring David Bromstad, this new series will take place across the pond. British interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen will help lottery winners find and buy their perfect home in the United Kingdom and Europe.

40-Year-Old Property Virgin

This series will follow adult children who still live with mom and dad as they venture out on their first house hunting expedition.

Life Under Renovation

Life Under Renovation will follow five families from across the country as they attempt to build their dream homes. Each episode will capture the unique stories and challenges behind the personalized renovations.

Unfinished Business

In Unfinished Business, builder Tom Reber will help families finish their abandoned home projects.

Inside Out

Inside Out will follow interior designer Carmine Sabatella, and landscape designer Mike Pyle, as they battle each other to balance client priorities and budgets to make houses beautiful from the inside out.

Save This House

This series will feature some of America's oldest houses. History buff Mike Lemieux, carpenter Rich Soares, and designer Jen Macdonald will team up to save centuries-old properties from demolition in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Breaking Bland


Based in Charleston, South Carolina, Breaking Bland will introduce us to designer Mary Welch Stasik. During each episode, she'll work with clients to create a truly unique and personalized space that shys away from traditional design.

One Week to Sell

This series will follow New York-based designer Taylor Spellman as she transforms unsold homes into must-have properties. Spellman and her team will create personalized design plans for these lagging listings and make them market ready all within a reasonable budget.

New HGTV Pilots in 2021

The network has greenlit three highly anticipated pilots for premiere in 2021.

Divide and Design

This pilot episode will star sisters Courtney Robinson and Leslie Antonoff as they help homeowners identify their “struggle spaces” and transform them on a budget. While Courtney works on overhauling the main space, Leslie will work with the homeowners on DIY projects at a fraction of the cost.

Fresh Starter

Fresh Starter will spotlight design duo and real-life couple, Austin Coleman and Raisa Kuddus, as they help create custom renovations using only what their clients have to offer.

Cabin Crew

Husband-and-wife duo Ben and Loana Sargent will transform Vermont’s dull and outdated cottages and cabins into stylish and cozy escapes.

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