‘Fixer Upper’ To End with Season 5

After five seasons of turning dream homes into reality, Chip and Joanna Gaines have announced the next season of Fixer Upper will be the last.

They announced the news of the final season of their show in a heartfelt video on the Magnolia Market blog, seated in front of a giant rustic clock that screams the style fans have come to obsess over.

“It’s such a bittersweet time for us because the last five years, this has been our lives.” Joanna said. “I think the idea that we kind of get to take a step back and get fresh vision, get some rest and also just hunker down with our kiddos is something we’re excited about but also sad because this chapter in our lives is coming to an end.”

The couple promised their decision to end their show has nothing to do with a “fraudulent skin care line or anything else you’ll inevitably read.”

But, Chip made sure to say they’re not going anywhere and Magnolia Market is not going anywhere. The Gaines family will still have their business in Waco, Texas for fans to visit and they recently announced a partnership with Target to bring the signatures Joanna Gaines style to stores under the brand name Hearth & Hand, which is scheduled to hit shelves November 5 of this year — just a couple of weeks before the final season of Fixer Upper will air. The brand will feature home decor and furnishings designed exclusively by Chip and Joanna for Target.

HGTV will debut a new design show featuring Joanna Gaines called Fixer Upper: Behind The Design. The show will feature Joanna sharing detailed insights on her design strategies, decorating and staging she’s become famous for. Behind The Design has been slated to premiere shortly after the season premiere of Fixer Upper.

The final season of Fixer Upper premieres Tuesday, November 28 on HGTV.

 

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