If you enjoy seeing rundown Nashville homes become gorgeously renovated Nashville homes, like we do, you’re probably not all that sad to see our city spotlighted on the small screen, or to see new Nashville shows enter the mix.
New Nashville name: ‘Music City Fix’
The latest addition to the Nashville renovation-show landscape: Music City Fix, set to premiere on HGTV on Thursday, June 7, 2018, the network says.
The show’s two stars, husband and wife Dave and Kortney Wilson, will probably be familiar if you tend to watch home TV programming — they’re the hosts behind Masters of Flip, which, at least if we’re judging by HGTV’s description, seems pretty similar. For Masters, the Wilsons were “seeking out neglected houses in and around Nashville then transforming them into amazing homes.”
For Music City Fix:
“Husband-and-wife team, Kortney and Dave Wilson breathe new life into old, rundown Nashville homes. With limited timelines and even tighter budgets, these flippers gamble on real estate disasters and transform them into stunning family dream homes.”
So, good bet that if you liked Masters of Flip, this’ll hold a similar appeal. And if you’ve enjoyed other HGTV shows that focus on homes in need of love getting a whole lot of (televised) attention, Music City Fix is probably a good bet too.
Kicking off in East Nashville
HGTV’s announcement says that the premiere for the 10-episode season will focus on a home in East Nashville — a “a crumbling Craftsman bungalow” that the couple revives, with a focus on maintaining as many of the original features as possible. Say “historic East Nashville bungalow,” and we’re already ready to tune in.
If you’re intrigued too, set your DVR for 10 p.m. Central on June 7 to catch episode one, and keep an eye on the Music City Fix page on HGTV for more.
Related: Have you seen the historic Belmont-area home that we overhauled? We’re immensely proud of what we did (though, admittedly, we’re glad cameras weren’t following us around during the long process it took to make it happen).
Also related: Check out some historic homes on the market in East Nashville now, some in need of renovation, like Music City Fix’s find, some all ready for move-in.
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