'Vintage Flip' is Back for Season Two

Tina and Jessie Rodriguez have great things in store for the new season of their old-home renovation series — and a new addition of their own.

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Tina and Jessie Rodriguez of HGTV's Vintage Flip

Tina and Jessie Rodriguez of HGTV's Vintage Flip

In case you haven’t been paying close attention, or been busy making summer plans, there’s a whole lot happening on HGTV lately. And one of the bright spots is the return of Vintage Flip. The popular show is back for a second season of vintage-home makeovers, SoCal-style, with stars and husband-wife co-hosts Jessie and Tina Rodriguez.

So here’s a quick review: Jessie's a real estate pro as well as a licensed contractor, and Tina has a passion for design and decorating. They both love vintage homes and, together, they started a house-flipping business — Cal American Homes — and now have more than 250 property renovations to their credit. Both Tina and Jessie care about the architecture and period attributes that make old homes special, and they strive deliberately to preserve those aspects in their renovations.

The work we do is more than flipping. We want the families who buy our restored homes to love and appreciate them.
Tina

Want additional scoop on this high-energy power duo? Read: 10 Things to Know About Jessie and Tina Rodriguez from Vintage Flip. There you’ll find out how the two of them met, how HGTV discovered them, which of them had an (extremely) short childhood acting career, plus the contents of Tina’s purse (?).

And check out their Instagram account for updates on their projects, exploits and family adventures (not to mention evidence that Jessie does love a good selfie).

Vintage Flip’s new season of 14 half-hour episodes, airing in HGTV’s Thursday night lineup, features the couple’s latest undertakings as they buy, renovate and resell century-old homes in historic and revitalizing communities in and around Los Angeles.

From Vintage Flip Season Two

From Vintage Flip Season Two

Right out of the gate you’ll get to see them take on a 1912 bungalow in San Dimas, Calif., a quaint 1924 tract home located directly across the street from an old railroad station in downtown Upland and a stately 1914 Craftsman in Claremont. That’s just for starters. 

The Railroad Tract House, Before

After

Oh, and here’s a spoiler. (Well, not much of one since it’s mentioned in the new season's show open.) In this season's arc we'll be seeing a new member of the Rodriguez family. Stay tuned.

And baby makes five.

And baby makes five.

New episodes of  Vintage Flip air on HGTV every Thursday at 11p|10c. Keep checking back here for new photo galleries, videos and updates. And follow along on social: #VintageFlip.

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