New Episodes of Your Favorite HGTV Shows Are Coming Soon
Fans of David Bromstad, Jonathan and Drew Scott, Christina Anstead, and Ben and Erin Napier will have plenty to celebrate this holiday season when HGTV rolls out 55 fresh episodes of four top performing series: My Lottery Dream Home, Property Brothers: Forever Home, Christina on the Coast and Home Town.
HGTV fans will have plenty to celebrate this holiday season when 55 fresh episodes of four top performing series are rolled out starting in December. First up, 13 new episodes of My Lottery Dream Home with David Bromstad premiere beginning on Friday, Dec. 13 at 9|8c. Then, Property Brothers: Forever Home with Jonathan and Drew Scott returns on Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 9|8c. Fast forward to January, HGTV will ring in the New Year with the Season 2 premiere of Christina on the Coast starring Christina Anstead on Thursday, Jan. 2 at 9|8c. And, for everyone who can’t get enough of Ben and Erin Napier, Home Town returns on Monday, Jan 20. At 9|8c.
Here’s what to expect from the new seasons:
My Lottery Dream Home
Premieres Friday, Dec. 13, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
The new season of My Lottery Dream Home finds HGTV star David Bromstad crisscrossing the country to help his instantly rich clients find fantasy homes with their newfound wealth. From an idyllic lake house in upstate New York to the quintessential “American dream” home in Columbus, Ohio, David searches for amenity-filled properties that check off every box on a lottery winner’s wish list.
Property Brothers: Forever Home
Premieres Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
In the season two premiere of Property Brothers: Forever Home, Jonathan and Drew step in to help a family of four with a vintage home in an urban neighborhood. After nine years, the home’s charm is wearing off and needs major updates for the family to stay. The Brothers overhaul the living room, dining room and kitchen to create a home the family will love for years to come. Throughout the new season, Jonathan and Drew unlock the true potential in lackluster family homes with top-to-bottom renovations that suit the families’ needs and wishes.
Christina on the Coast
Premieres Thursday, Jan. 2, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
The second season of Christina on the Coast kicks off with a kitchen renovation for a local firefighter. He wants a “firehouse functional” feel, while his wife prefers a clean aesthetic in all white. Compromise is key as Christina works to incorporate both styles to create a gorgeous open concept living space for their family. During the episode, she reveals to her best friend Cassie she’s expecting her first child with husband Ant Anstead, and the newlyweds have a cupcake-filled gender reveal with Christina’s children, Brayden and Taylor. The new season follows the Christina as she works through a new chapter of life, designing a nursery and welcoming her son Hudson.
Premieres Monday, Jan. 20, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier (C) have completely renovated this Laurel, Mississippi home for Grant and Emily Saxton. The side entry on the house into the mud room originally featured a beautiful brick arch but the existing room was dull and full of doors and cabinets. The renovated entry and mudroom now features a beautiful wall of functional cabinetry as well as a new laundry room area. (portrait)
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In the premiere episode of Home Town, a Hollywood actor and his wife have fallen in love with small town life in Mississippi. Inspired by Ben and Erin’s work beautifying Laurel, they commission the duo’s help to make an investment in the community. With an all-in budget of $75,000, they find a historical home with good bones that needs a colorful makeover. Throughout the season, Ben and Erin use their masterful renovation skills to help all kinds of clients—from first-time homeowners to families of five—create a beautiful new home in Laurel. In addition, new episodes of the digital series Erin’spired will launch starting Jan. 20 on HGTV GO, HGTV.com, HGTV Instagram, HGTV Facebook and HGTV's YouTube channel and will give viewers insight into Erin’s design process for each episode of the season.