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Is Joanna Gaines Spinning Off The TV Show

By on May 25, 2017

“We have a ton of inquiries concerning the outlines and what goes ahead on ‘Fixer Upper’ and how we get from indicate A Z with regards to these houses and these tasks from a plan stance,” Joanna said in the video.

“So we have another arrangement turning out this year called ‘Behind The Design’ which concentrates on each venture. Also, you get a more inside scoop of how we thought of a ton of the choices and the outline components we got the opportunity to fuse.”

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As per HGTV, the show will highlight a more profound jump into the individual rooms Joanna makes in addition to a more in the background take a gander at what goes ahead before the last uncover.

Best of all, you won’t need to hold up too long to see it. While the show is still underway, they’re giving watchers a sneak look of the new arrangement Tuesday, March 28 at 11 p.m. ET after the “Fixer Upper” Season 4 finale.

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In the scene titled “The Little Shack on the Prairie,” a couple with two youthful children is searching for a three-room dream home, yet wind up with something that is definitely not marvelous, as per a depiction from HGTV.

Chip and Joanna prodded that the makeover is one of their most emotional ones yet, so it’ll be amusing to see every one of the subtle elements. Besides, HGTV clues that there will be a few astonishments for the customers’ young children. “You won’t have any desire to miss it,” Joanna said.

 

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If “Fixer Upper” wasn’t enough to fill your Chip and Joanna Gaines fix, you’re in luck. The HGTV stars are premiering a new series called “Behind the Design.”

HGTV announced the new half-hour spinoff series, “Fixer Upper: Behind the Design,” will focus on Joanna Gaines’ design process and will premiere in 2017.

“We have a lot of questions about the designs and what goes on, on ‘Fixer Upper’ and how we get from point A to Z when it comes to these house and these projects from a design standpoint, which focuses on each project,” Joanna Gaines said in a video on Instagram. “And you get a more inside scoop of how we came up with a lot of the decisions and the design elements that we got to incorporate.”

A sneak peek of the new series will air March 28 after the final episode of season 4 of “Fixer Upper” on HGTV.

 

The Waco, Texas, residents may living the good life now, but the stars previously opened up about their serious struggles before the fame.

“I remember when we first got married the only money we had was what was in Chip’s pocket,” Joanna Gaines told People magazine in October 2016. “He always had a wad of cash, but we were broke. If I needed to go grocery shopping it’s whatever was in his pocket. That’s how we paid the bills.”

“We have a lot of questions about the designs and what goes on on ‘Fixer Upper’ and how we get from point A to Z when it comes to these houses and these projects from a design standpoint,” Joanna said in the video.

“So we have a new series coming out this year called ‘Behind The Design’ which focuses on each project. And you get a more inside scoop of how we came up with a lot of the decisions and the design elements we got to incorporate.”

According to HGTV, the show will feature a deeper dive into the individual rooms Joanna creates plus a more behind-the-scenes look at what goes on before the final reveal.

The best part is that you won’t have to wait too long to see it. While the show is still in production, they’re giving viewers a sneak peek of the new series Tuesday, March 28 at 11 p.m. ET after the “Fixer Upper” Season 4 finale.

 

In the episode titled “The Little Shack on the Prairie,” a couple with two young kids is looking for a three-bedroom dream home, but end up with something that’s anything but dreamy, according to a description from HGTV.

Chip and Joanna teased that the makeover is one of their most dramatic ones yet, so it’ll be fun to see all the details. Plus, HGTV hints that there will be some surprises for the clients’ young kids. “You won’t want to miss it,” Joanna said.