HGTV Says Goodbye to Fan-Favorite 'Flip or Flop'
Flip or Flop — the top-rated home flipping series that first premiered on HGTV in 2013 — is concluding after 10 seasons.
It’s been aired more than 64,565 times to more than 90 million viewers over the last decade. Flip or Flop — the top-rated home flipping series that first premiered on HGTV in 2013 — is concluding on March 17, after 10 seasons.
The show followed co-hosts and once husband-and-wife duo, Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack, as they purchased dilapidated properties and renovated them for resale. In the decade Flip or Flop has been on HGTV, Christina and Tarek have generated more than $10.5 million in resale value after flipping 155 homes across three different counties in California (Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside).
It’s truly the end of an era — and both Tarek and Christina are feeling bittersweet about it all.
"I’m filled with gratitude to have done 10 seasons of a hit show," Christina wrote on a recent Instagram post. "From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank each and every one of you who have watched the show throughout the years. I am beyond grateful for the support."
Tarek also put up a sweet post on his Instagram. "This show would not have been possible without all of you following along, so THANK YOU!" he wrote. "You guys have been with us through it all — you watched me beat cancer, you’ve watched the babies grow up into the most amazing little humans, and everything in between."
"Tarek and Christina are an important part of the HGTV programming strategy with their magnetic personalities and the real estate savvy that it takes to make consistently profitable renovation and design decisions," says Jane Latman, president, HGTV & Streaming Home Content, Discovery, Inc. "We’re excited for the future and now their millions of fans can look forward to more great star-powered content."