'Help! I Wrecked My House' Is Returning to HGTV for Second Season

Jasmine Roth is coming (back) to the rescue of homeowners and would-be DIY'ers who've gotten in over their heads on home renovation projects. HGTV has greenlit her hit series Help! I Wrecked My House for a brand new season — with all-new episodes coming later this year.

January 22, 2021

Designer Jasmine Roth back for a second season of Help! I Wrecked My House

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Designer Jasmine Roth back for a second season of Help! I Wrecked My House

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It's official. HGTV's hit series Help! I Wrecked My House, starring home renovation expert and new mom Jasmine Roth, is getting a sophomore season on HGTV.

After the series — which follows Jasmine as she helps homeowners fix botched do-it-yourself home-reno projects attracted more than 16 million viewers in its debut run, the network ordered eight fresh hour-long episodes. Jasmine will continue to help distressed homeowners by fixing their renovation fails with her innovative designs and creative storage solutions.

The new season will premiere in late 2021.

"Jasmine knows how to ease the anxiety homeowners feel when a home improvement project goes wrong," said Katie Ruttan-Daigle, vice president, programming and development, HGTV. "Her expertise and optimistic presence help every do-it-yourselfer get a much-needed win and fans love to see how renovation mistakes become masterpieces."

Fans are invited to stay connected with Jasmine and Help! I Wrecked My House at HGTV.com and by following @HGTV on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as @JasmineRothOfficial on Instagram. Fans also can watch the first season of the series on discovery+.

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