HGTV Postpones ‘Selling the Big Easy’ Season 2 Premiere After Hurricane Ida

HGTV Postpones ‘Selling the Big Easy’ Season 2 Premiere After Hurricane Ida
HGTV has postponed the Season 2 premiere of “Selling the Big Easy” following the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida to the New Orleans area.

The September premiere, which will now double as a fundraiser to help those affected, has been shifted to October 1 at 9:30 p.m. Et/Pt. Save the Children and The American Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services will benefit from the efforts.

“Selling the Big Easy” was originally set to premiere on Friday, Sept. 10 with episodes at 9 and 9:30 p.m.

“It was difficult to see the country once again deal with heart wrenching destruction caused by a hurricane,” Jane Latman, president of HGTV & Streaming home Content, Discovery, Inc., said in a statement on Thursday. “And, after filming ‘Selling the Big Easy’ in New Orleans for so many months, and building deep connections with people who make it a truly remarkable and unique city, the HGTV
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