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DIY Network transitions to Magnolia Network

With the fame of their home renovation show “Fixer Upper,” Chip and Joanna Gaines have built an empire of home improvement and design enthusiasts. Now, they’re expanding to a network of their own. On Jan. 5, DIY Network is being transitioned to the Gaines’ Magnolia Network. But don’t worry, DIY fans, you’ll still find some of your favorite shows on the new network, and you may just find a new go-to among the many new series premiering soon.

Magnolia Network features many shows fans will recognize from the DIY Network: “Homegrown,” “Making Modern with Brooke and Brice,” “Ranch to Table,” “Van Go,” “Maine Cabin Masters,” “Restoring Galveston,” “Barnwood Builders,” and “Zoe Bakes,” among others. In addition to these fan favorites, be sure to check out Magnolia’s new shows featuring creative chefs, entrepreneurs, crafters, and designers from all over the country. Here are some you won’t want to miss.

“Fixer Upper: Welcome Home” – Chip and Jo are back with new ideas for turning outdated homes into jaw-dropping, innovative living spaces. Having expanded their business (and their family), the Gaineses now juggle more while renovating, which keeps things unpredictable.

“The Lost Kitchen” – Erin French followed her passion and opened a restaurant in her hometown of Freedom, Maine. Travelers from all over the world gather at The Lost Kitchen to enjoy Erin’s locally inspired and sourced menu.

“Super Dad” – Father and DIY expert Taylor Calmus, along with his team of skilled builders, help aspiring DIY dads turn their kids’ outrageous backyard dreams into playtime realities.

“Growing Floret” – Erin and Chris Benzakein have spent the last decade building their family-run business, Floret Farms, in the fertile Skagit River Valley of Washington State. Now, they’re risking everything to add and rehabilitate 24 new acres and expand the business.

“Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines” – Infused with her warmth and passion for all things family, Joanna Gaines spends time in the kitchen sharing her favorite recipes, where they come from, and why she finds herself returning to them time and time again.

“Family Dinner” – Host Andrew Zimmern visits families across America to explore how the cultural, regional, and historical facets of who we are inform what and how we eat.

“The Fieldhouse” – At The Fieldhouse, physical and personal challenges are tackled head-on. Owner Justin Bane and his staff change lives by restoring and rehabilitating clients from the inside out at this cutting-edge fitness facility in Abilene, Texas.

**If your TDS TV or TDS TV+ programming includes the DIY Network, you’re good to go! You will automatically have access to Magnolia Network and all its inspirational, warm shows. To order the Magnolia Network, please call 855-696-8368 or go to: HelloTDS.com.

By Hannah Drewieck, TDS Communications Intern



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