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Home & Garden Flipping Out's Jeff Lewis in celebrity design show on IMDb TV

04:10  04 may  2021
04:10  04 may  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Jeff Lewis is headed back to TV.

The 51-year-old TV and radio personality will star in an unscripted celebrity design show set to air on IMDb TV, the Amazon-based streaming service said Monday, according to People.

Lewis will executive produce the show, which will showcase his 'unique home design, celebrity clientele and never-before-seen design innovation,' IMDb TV said in a news release.

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The new show will focus on Lewis, who starred on the Bravo show Flipping Out, which ended after an 11-season run in November 2018

It will follow the interior design expert as he works with 'high-maintenance celebrities and ambitious home design projects while juggling his staff and personal life, which are all a work in progress,' according to the streaming service.

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IMDb TV execs said Lauren Anderson and Ryan Pirozz said in a news release that 'Jeff's return to television will be one that cannot be missed.

'No interior designer is more well-known in equal parts for his stunning work and his brutally honest and often hilarious assessments of home renovation.'

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Lewis returns to the air more than two years after Flipping Out wrapped up, concluding with the focus on Lewis managing his firm Jeff Lewis Design amid a number of personal and professional crossroads.

Among them included a huge rift with former employee Jenni Pulos, which resulted in Lewis firing her. He subsequently claimed that she hadn't worked for his company in years and that she had accused him of wrongful termination, abuse and victimization.

Pulos told People in 2018 that she 'had no idea it was coming' as she 'was his employee and ... worked for him.'

Lewis is father to daughter Monroe Christine, four, with former partner Gage Edward. He's been in an on-and-off relationship with Scott Anderson, as they most recently parted ways in January.

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