Status for season 2
The series is NOT cancelled. However, it has not yet been renewed or cancelled for season 2
While HGTV hasn’t made an official statement about the renewal of Farmhouse Fixer Season 2, its host Jonathan Knight gave it away in an Instagram post on July 20, 2021. He posted that the network is looking for more houses to fill out the second season. So, fans of Farmhouse Fixer, it’s time to rejoice because Season 2 is happening.
Farmhouse Fixer Season 1 was released on March 3, 2021, hosted by the ‘New Kids on the Block’ singer Jonathan Knight who restores old houses together with designer Kristina Crestin. With home renovation reality shows gaining massive popularity, Farmhouse Fixer came out at a great time. And fans loved it too. So much so that they were ready to gobble up the next season right after Farmhouse Fixer Season 1’s last episode aired on April 7, 2021.
For over four months, the network or the host did not reveal any news about the renewal. It wasn’t until just now that Jonathan broke the news on Instagram while explaining to his fans how they could be a part of the show. Farmhouse fixer’s fans are now thrilled and anxiously waiting for their favorite designer duo to transform farm houses into modern havens. Some are wishing they had the required $150K+ budget for the renovation while others wish they lived 45 minutes drive from Ipswich (which is also a requirement to get cast in the show).
Knight hasn’t confirmed the release date for Farmhouse Fixer Season 2 but we can assume that it will be coming back to our screens around March next year.
The nostalgia, charm and history behind New England farmhouses are a few of the reasons Jonathan Knight loves to restore old homes. With the help of his designer, Kristina, Jonathan works to keep that history alive by breathing new life into the homes.