Farmhouse Fixer Premieres on March! Watch Special Sneak Peek

The waiting has ended. Jonathan Knight’s TV series Farmhouse Fixer on HGTV, will hit the screens in a few weeks.

We’ve been waiting for over two years! Can you believe it? Since Jon shared a pilot on the NKOTB Cruise 2018 and the news on Instagram of his upcoming show, we’ve been patiently anxiously waiting for a premiere date; and it’s finally here! Shall we recap?

Jonathan Knight, Jan 28, 2021

On January 2019 Jon said he was “having the best time ever” filming the pilot and we thought, “another one?”; and a few months later, on April 2019, he shared a sneak peek of his original audition tape with Stella. Then on June 2019, while we were gossiping on his Instagram account, we noticed he had changed the info on his profile stating the pilot was going to air by the end of the year. But, that didn’t happen…

A year later, on January 2020, we learned the we were now waiting for an entire season! and that’s why the pilot didn’t aired during the fall. Back then, the crew started filming the show, hoping to premiere late 2020 but… the pandemic arrived and the project had to be put on hold.

By June 2020, Jon had resumed his meetings with Kristina Crestin, and on September of the same year he said the show had been slated to air first quarter of 2021… so we waited on more time, or shall we say “one last time” ????

Yesterday the great news hit the web with an Instagram post by Jon, and a special sneak peek! He wrote,

“So excited to finally announce an air date for Farmhouse Fixer on HGTV. See what me and @kristinacrestindesign did this past year, starting on March 3rd .Sneek peak on my Instagram stories. So many people to thank for this show. Our amazing team and more importantly the amazing homeowners who turned their homes over to us!”

— Jonathan Knight, Jan 28, 2021

So, there you have it! Get ready, set your DVR and – in the meantime – enjoy the sneak peek ????

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