Home & Garden 'Fixer to Fabulous' Fans Go Wild AfterJenny Marrs Shares Exciting Career News
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- Fixer to Fabulous is an HGTV show hosted by Chase and Jenny Marrs that focuses on them restoring historic homes in their Arkansas town.
- In addition to the season two premiere on October 27, Jenny announced a brand new show with a post on her instagram.
Fixer to Fabulous fans—get excited!
Not only is season two of the home-restoring show coming back to HGTV on Tuesday, October 27, but on Monday, October 26, Fixer to Fabulous co-hostto share some pretty exciting news.
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After celebrating just one more day until the season two premier, Jenny exclaimed, “But, that’s not all! We have some other excitingnews we can finally share! HGTV created a behind-the-scenes look into season one in a new show called 'Life on Marrs' that will air every Tuesday night this fall! It’s a super fun show where Dave and I spill the beans on what it was really like to film each of the season one episodes. AND, some of our very favorite deleted scenes make it back in!”
Naturally, this means that Tuesdays just got a whole lot more exciting for the weeks to come—and fans couldn’t be more excited.
“Fabulous news! Can not wait until tomorrow night!” one Instagram user wrote.
“Oh my goodness how exciting!! I can’t wait to watch,” another chimed in.
“The more of you all on tv, the better!!!” another exclaimed.
“From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU all for the support, words of encouragement, prayers, and love you’ve sent our way,” Jenny concluded her post. “We are truly humbled and grateful for the way you’ve welcomed us into your living rooms. We hope our little show can be a bright spot in your week this fall! ♥️”
We have no doubt that it will be!
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