Historic Homes: Season 2; HGTV Renews Homes Stories Series – Canceled + Renewed TV Shows

Houses with history returns for a second season. HGTV has renewed the series which follows Mike Lemieux, Rich Soares and Jen Macdonald as they reveal the history of homes before restoring them. The six-episode first season debuted last fall. The second season is expected to have eight installments and premiere early next year.

HGTV revealed more about the series renewal in a press release.

“HGTV has ordered eight new one-hour episodes of Houses with history featuring history buff Mike Lemieux, carpenter Rich Soares and designer Jen Macdonald. Over the course of the series, which drew nearly 14 million viewers in its first season, the history-obsessed trio explore the fascinating stories of America’s oldest homes near Plymouth, Massachusetts, and help to salvage these remarkable centuries-old properties through superb restorations. In each episode, they also share the houses’ unique origins and past renovation stories. The new season is expected to air in early 2023.

Houses with history is one of the series where we flipped the idea of ​​what makes a good renovation story and conducted it with the backstory of the house, rather than the owner,” said Loren Ruch, group senior vice president. , programming and development, HGTV. “A successful first season and renewal for a second is because Mike, Rich and Jen are fantastic, humorous storytellers, and when it comes to the oldest houses in our country, the unexpected twists that turn out during each renovation are always fascinating.”

While fans wait for the new episodes to premiere, they can watch the first season of Houses with history on discovery+. Fans can also find more show content and photo galleries at HGTV.com and follow @HGTV and #HousesWithHistory on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok for additional show updates.

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