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They are the words Fixer Upper fans have been waiting for, since Chip and Joanna Gaines announced they were ending their hugely popular show...CHIP AND JO ARE BACK! You might have heard that the first couple of home improvement shows, are about to launch their own TV network. This is true. They will be taking over the DIY network and re-branding it as the new Magnolia Network. We are told that will happen sometime in 2021, but no exact date just yet. Until then, we can watch new shows from Chip and Jo and all their HGTV, TLC, Food Network, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, ID, Lifetime, A&E, Travel Channel and OWN friends...on a brand new streaming service called: Discovery+


Launching January 4th for between $4.99-$6.99 a month

Want to watch endless hours of Flip or Flop re-runs? You can do that on Discovery+. Want to watch a marathon of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives? You can do that on Discovery+.

The media giant, Discovery Inc., is following in the footsteps of Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and Prime Video...by launching their own streaming service. It will cost you between $5-$7 a month, depending on whether you want to watch ads or not.

But, in return, you'll not only get access to re-runs of your favorite reality shows, you'll also get tons of new originals including spinoffs of 90 Day Fiance and Dr. Pimple Popper. A new cooking show in Italy with Bobby Flay and Giada.

There's also the new show: Cakealikes where bakers try to make cakes that look like celebrities!

We caught up with co-host Kalen Allen (see video at top of page) to chat about the new show:

"It's more so about the creativity of it all. It's about the humor and the fun of it. It's not like: "ooh is this cake perfect, does this cake look like I would serve it at a wedding..." It's not that at all. So, I'm excited that when people log on for the first time, you know thinking about even my mother, one of the first things that they get to look at is my show. I think that is so exciting."

House Hunters Comedians on Couches: Unfiltered

Have you ever watched House Hunters and yelled at the tv or even silently judged one person in the couple, for their poor taste or refusal to compromise? If so, you'll love the new show: Comedians on Couches. In a nutshell, you get to watch House Hunters with some of the funniest people in the world, and hear them make jokes about the people trying to find a new home. Everyone from Seth Rogan to John Mulaney.

We caught up with stars Dan Levy and Natasha Leggero (see video at top of page) to talk about their new show:

"When am I ever gonna watch House Hunters with Seth Rogan? It's just really fun. It's like we're all just sitting on our couches. It reminds me of college. You got roommates and you're all just like watching this thing on tv."
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