Chip and Joanna Gaines announce plans to end ‘Fixer Upper’ after Season 5
“Fixer Upper,” the Waco-based television show that catapulted a fun-loving, home-improving Texas couple into the national spotlight, will end after its fifth season, its stars announced Tuesday.
A blog post titled “Our Last Season” announces “with both sadness and expectation” the end of the HGTV show.
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“This journey has been indescribable, the opportunity of a lifetime,” Chip Gaines says in an accompanying video. “Our family has grown up before our eyes on national television, which is an experience that I can tell you is beautiful.”
In the four years that “Fixer Upper” has been on the air, Chip and Joanna Gaines have become household names, captivating audiences with rustic designs, clean lines, open floor plans and, of course, shiplap.
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Their Magnolia empire includes a real estate company, market, bakery, magazine and more.
The Gaineses plan to put more attention into their businesses as well as spend more time with their family.