Now that Fixer Upper is airing its final episodes, Joanna Gaines is dropping more and more hints about how the show actually works. She recently spilled the beans on whether or not she and Chip actually work on every single room in the homes they renovate — and then revealed a major change to the show’s formula for Season 5.
As Chip and Joanna Gaines have become more popular, so too have the many absurd rumors and outright fake stories about their plans. In honor of Fixer Upper‘s fifth season premiere later this week, we’ve put together a handy debunking roundup.
Five years and five seasons after it all began, Chip and Joanna Gaines have officially wrapped production on Fixer Upper. But the HGTV smash has yet to air its final episodes, and the show’s cast and crew have been paying beautiful tribute–read on to see what they’ve said!
The impeccable details of each Fixer Upper reveal aren’t the product of chance–an entire team works with HGTV star Joanna Gaines to put everything in its right place. Keep reading for the secrets behind the reveals, plus a sneak peek at what the show has in store for Season 5!
After months of impatient waiting and fun speculation, we finally have an answer to the biggest question in home renovation entertainment: When is Fixer Upper Season 5 coming on? Keep reading for HGTV’s official announcement, a sneak peek at the premiere episode, and everything we know about Chip and Joanna’s victory lap!
Chip and Joanna Gaines are prepping the big reveal of Magnolia Table, their first proper eatery (not counting the bakery at the silos). But the Fixer Upper restaurant is just the latest chapter for the former Elite Cafe in downtown Waco; the building’s history dates back to the Cafe’s opening in 1919. Read on for our rundown, plus a peek at Chip & Jo’s renovation!
We’ve now heard three different reasons for the Fixer Upper cancelation, each one different from the last–and the most recent, somewhat surprisingly, has to do with money. It seems Chip and Joanna may actually be holding out for new, more lucrative contracts; read on for the full details…
Chip and Joanna Gaines decided to end Fixer Upper, their massively successful, HGTV-defining home renovation show, in part because they wanted to spend more time with their children and extended family and in part because of creeping concern for their own safety. That’s the takeaway from a pair of new reports–one of which cites Chip’s […]