The show garnered over 15 million views in its second season, demonstrating its popularity among viewers. The series follows Jonathan Knight, a member of the Grammy-nominated boy band New Kids On The Block, and interior designer Kristina Crestin as they bring historic New England farmhouses back to life.
Farmhouse Fixer Season 3 Release Date
“Farmhouse Fixer”, the popular series on HGTV, has officially been renewed for its third season. The show, which has captivated a loyal audience of farmhouse fanatics, is scheduled to premiere in 2024.
What to Expect in Season 3
In the upcoming eight-episode season, fans can expect to see Knight and Crestin continue their mission to restore centuries-old homes. The duo has previously worked on projects such as a 280-year-old farmhouse, a home built in 1873, and a residence connected to the Salem witch trials. They’ve also created unique features, such as a personal farm mural depicting the homeowner’s horses.
About the Host
Jonathan Knight has been restoring American farmhouses for more than 25 years. Despite the challenges of renovating old houses, Knight finds the work rewarding. He initially began his renovation journey by fixing up homes in the Boston area but later realized that historic farmhouse restoration was where he could allow his skillset to shine. So far, he has restored over 200 homes.
Farmhouse Fixer Season 3 Cast
The cast of “Farmhouse Fixer” Season 3 includes the following key members:
- Jonathan Knight: The host of the show, Knight is a member of the Grammy-nominated boy band New Kids On The Block. He has been restoring American farmhouses for more than 25 years.
- Kristina Crestin: An interior designer who works alongside Knight to bring historic New England farmhouses back to life.
- Jordan Knight: Appeared in 3 episodes from 2021-2022.
Other members who have appeared in the show include Jennifer Arnold, Bill Klein, Jenny Marrs, Leslie Davis, Lyndsay Lamb, and Mike Lemieux.
“Farmhouse Fixer” has restored several interesting farmhouses over its seasons. Here are a few notable ones:
- 1700s New Hampshire Farmhouse: In the first episode of the series, a farmhouse built in the 1700s in New Hampshire was renovated. To stabilize the property, Jonathan Knight had to remove a sinking addition on the home. He also converted a backyard tool shed into a stunning potting bench and chicken coop.
- Farmhouse in Massachusetts: The series primarily took place in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, with a majority of the restoration projects located in these areas. The specific details of the farmhouses restored in Massachusetts are not mentioned, but they were likely to be centuries old, given the show’s focus.
- Farmhouse Connected to the Salem Witch Trials: One of the most intriguing projects was a residence connected to the Salem witch trials. The specific details of this project are not mentioned, but it would have required careful restoration to preserve its historical significance.
These restorations showcase the variety and historical significance of the projects undertaken in “Farmhouse Fixer”. Each project presents unique challenges and opportunities, making for an engaging watch.
The third season of “Farmhouse Fixer” promises to be an exciting journey of restoration and transformation. Fans can stay updated on the latest news by following HGTV on various social media platforms. The new season will also be streaming on Discovery+.