Joanna Gaines said she and her husband Chip were ‘a bit hot-headed’ when filming Fixer Upper rebooted two years after the original HGTV series ended.
They are only a few months away from bringing their home repair show, Fixer Upper, to air.
But starting to film their full-length drama didn̵7;t go well for Joanna and Chip Gaines, with Joanna admitting that the TV star couple ‘had something a little wrong at first.’
‘Back on the camera, it’s like,’ What? Where do we look? What do we do? ‘, The 42-year-old man told People on Wednesday.
Returning to the saddle: The start of filming the series Fixer Upper was not all favorable for Joanna and Chip Gaines, Joanna admits that the TV star couple was ‘a bit hot-headed’ at first. Seen here in 2017
However, the author goes on to say that she thinks she and her 17-year-old husband are ‘starting to understand’.
Chip took to his Instagram in August to share a video announcing Fixer Upper’s return to the couple’s new Magnolia Network in 2021.
The show ran for five seasons before airing its final episode in April 2018. The Restart of the Fixer Upper series will air exclusively on Magnolia Network and will premiere at the launch of the Network in 2021. .
‘We missed sharing stories of these families and their homes with you, and we’re excited to do it again very soon!’ Chip and Joanna said in a statement shared with DailyMail.com.
Practice makes perfect: However, the author goes on to say that she thinks she and her 17-year-old husband are ‘starting to understand’.
The network has also announced two additions to its growing portfolio of original programs: an untitled project with interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn and Self-Venture with entrepreneur Jonathan Morris.
The power couple also said: ‘The day we end Fixer Upper’s final episode, we truly believe this is an ending chapter.
‘We know we need a break and a bit of time to catch our breath. But we also know that we didn’t dream about ways of making old things new again.
‘Over the past few years, we have continued to do projects and renovate and do work that we are passionate about, but I don’t think any of us would have anticipated that the show would turn out to be something. Such permanent fixation in our hearts like, “added.
On the first run, Fixer Upper was not. A series without descriptions on all cable channels with 75 million viewers watching the show’s fifth season, of which 19.6 million are weekly. The reboot will be produced by Gaines production company Blind Nil.
Coming Soon: Chip took to his Instagram in August to share a video to announce Fixer Upper’s return to the couple’s new Magnolia Network in 2021