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Fixer Upper 

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Chip and Joanna Gaines take on clients in the Waco Texas area, turning their fixer uppers into the homes of their dreams.
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Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 4 nominations. See more awards »





Series cast summary:
Chip Gaines ...  Self - Host / ... 56 episodes, 2013-2018
Joanna Gaines ...  Self - Host / ... 56 episodes, 2013-2018
Dustin Anderson Dustin Anderson ...  Self 23 episodes, 2016-2018


Chip and Joanna Gaines take on clients in the Waco Texas area, turning their fixer uppers into the homes of their dreams.

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Great Show for watching others buy homes
27 November 2015 | by foremoreSee all my reviews

There is always this hype of buying a home. Those feelings you get when you get to find a place to call your own. This show allows you to live that dream of a new home over and over again. It's fun to see what home they choose, what choices they have to make down the road, how much they end up paying for renovations, it is all just a feel good show.

Per the other review I got to rebuttal against it. The owners of Magnolia have a style. They like their style and stick with it. If you watch 3 or more of the shows you will realize what they like to do so I won't spoil the feeling for you all. The thing is if I were to see a different style in every home they did I would think they had more then one person pulling the strings on how the renovation goes. Since there seems to be a running theme of every home they renovate, it shows that they are truly the ones running their company and not doing it for the TV show. Its like an artist. you might see different styles during the early career of an artist but they always tend to stick to a style... at least for a while. That is exactly what is happening on this show. A style has been chosen and made better till its generally excepted by most clients. The style they use is really an amazing setup. In the end the home buyers get to chose what is in their house and it just seems like these two know how to make the house look good for any type of style you put into it.

As for requests I wish I could get a "1 year later" view. Also I would like a low down on the portions of the house that were not renovated and how the home owners spiced those portions up to make it livable in those other areas. Maybe they could do some shows on "we went back to this clients house a couple months later and renovated the rest of the house and this is how it went...". I would also like a low down on how much the client would have to spend for the staging if they want it...

All in all just a feel good show. Fun to see the issues they come across and get to know their crew as people. Not a lot of "how to" or DIY in it...those are other shows. This show is more just about the drama of the whole thing.

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13 May 2013 (USA) See more »

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Waco, Texas, USA

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