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Cody Ulrich, The Dallas Morning News

Chip and Joanna Gaines are launching a new network-Magnolia Network set to air in July.

Magnolia Network set to air in July

April 13, 2021

The notorious duo, Chip and Joanna Gaines are serving their audience a new way to enjoy content with the Magnolia Network. The network will air on the Magnolia app on July 15th and will soon be available to watch on Discovery’s DIY Network, beginning in January of 2022.

What kind of shows will be on the network?

Breaking New Ground: Expanding the Silos

This show emphasizes how Chip and Jo created Magnolia Market at the Silos in Waco, Texas. It is a 45-minute episode that goes into detail on the challenges and successes they had while expanding the lot and the little shops they built on site.

The Silos in the process of renovation and construction. (Fair use photo from Waco Tribune-Herald)

Fixer Upper

The Gaines’ most notable show is coming back for another season. Fixer Upper will return with its 6th season on the Magnolia Network after taking a break on HGTV.

The Gaines’ return with another season of their infamous show, Fixer Upper. (Fair use photo from Amazon)

Magnolia Table

Taking place in a renovated gristmill from the 1800s, Joanna Gaines comes at us with a cooking series that highlights yummy on-the-go recipes for busy families, like hers, along with more intricate meals.

Joanna Gaines’ book (soon-to-be show) holding her recipes and tips on cooking. (Fair use photo from Magnolia website)

Growing Floret

This production follows Erin Benzakein, the founder of Floret Flower Farm on her pursuit to build an organic flower farm in Washington state.

Chris and Erin Benzakein gathering bouquets at their shop in Washington state. (Fair use photo from the Floret Flowers website)

Home on the Road

This show consists of six episodes that follow singer-songwriter duo, Amanda Sudano Ramirez and Abner Ramirez. Together they are Johnnyswim, an indie-folk band. The opening jingle for Fixer Upper was their single, “Home.” The series follows them and their two children, Joaquin and Luna while they are on tour. The Ramirez’s focus on seeking out a home and community wherever they travel. 

Amanda Sudano and Abner Ramirez, known as Johnnyswim with their two kids, Joaquin and Luna. (Fair use photo from Waco Tribune-Herald)

Bespoke Kitchens by deVOL

England-based furniture manufacturer works with other craftspeople to construct and design contemporary kitchens and interiors.

The Classic Millhouse Kitchen renovated and designed by deVOL. (Fair use photo from deVOL website)

Family Dinner

Culinary master, Andrew Zimmern travels across the country to seek out how cultural, regional, and historical factors influence how we eat and how food brings us together.

American culinary chef and television personality shares his expertise with the Network. (Fair use photo from Celebrity Networth )

Restoration Road

Clint Harp, a woodworking fanatic, takes viewers along his journey of visiting some of the oldest structures still standing today and his wood-crafting experiences.

Clint and Kelly Harp, founders of Harp Design Co. give us insight into their vision for their company and serving others. (Fair use photo from HGTV)

The Fieldhouse

The Fieldhouse is a gym located in Abilene, Texas, and is owned and run by Justin Bane and his wife, Annie. Bane’s NFL dreams were cut short when he encountered a life-changing injury. Justin was passionate about helping others turn their broken dreams into reality.

Justin Bane, a former football star shares his challenging experiences and provides a “safe haven” for those going through hardships. (Fair use photo from Temple Daily Telegram)

Super Dad

Taylor Calmus, most notable for building unique structures for kids in his spacious warehouse, brings his expertise and creativity to the Network. Constructing a two-in-one rock climbing wall and skate ramp is just one of his exceptional designs. On top of that, he is the creator of the Dude Dad Youtube channel that focuses on fun challenges and pranks with his kids and their friends.

Taylor and Heidi Calmus with their two children, Theo and Juno who are in many of Taylor’s Dude Dad videos. (Fair use photo from The Art of Fatherhood)

Home Work

This show focuses on a Utah couple, Andy and Candis Meredith, and their 7 kids who are working collaboratively on converting a 113-year-old schoolhouse into their family’s dream home.

The Meredith’s will take people through the process of restoring old homes to bring them back to life. (Fair use photo from The Daily Universe)

The Lost Kitchen

Located in Freedom, Maine, with a population of 722 people, Erin French turns a historic mill into a secluded restaurant that requires reservations to be submitted by postcard. The show highlights her idea behind opening The Lost Kitchen and the process of how it is run on a daily basis.

Chef and owner Erin French preparing meals at the Lost Kitchen in Maine. (Fair use photo from Bangor Daily News)

Inn The Works

This program concentrates on Lindsey Kurowski and her crew who purchased a rustic campground in Big Bear, California, and began renovating lodges on the acreage, now known as Oak Knoll Lodge.

With Verizon’s Unlimited plan, you have free access to Magnolia Network for one year by simply signing in to your account.

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