The second season of Farmhouse Fixer, which was announced just two months ago, if officially “in full swing” according to his host Jonathan Knight-Rodriguez.
The reality show follows Jonathan, alongside designer Kristina Crestin, as he goes about restoring and fixing New England farmhouses. The first season of Farmhouse Fixer, now streaming on HGTV and Discovery Plus, premiered on March 3, 2021, as a six (6) part renovation series.
This year, after having announced the second season of the show on an interview for the New York Times, Farmhouse Fixer’s team opened the casting on July 19, for homeowners (within a 45 minute drive from Ipswich, MA) of 1970’s homes or farmhouses in need of a gut-job.
Now two months later, renovation expert by day and pop star by night, Jonathan Knight announced on an Instagram post, with Canada and Stella, that the show is “in full swing.”
A few days before, Jon was joking on twitter, “‘Hire people smarter than yourself’, words can’t be more true this week. Thankful for my team!!!”
Crestin also began sharing fun moments from behind the scenes on her Instagram Stories.
The premiere of Farmhouse Fixer Season 2, hasn’t been announced yet; season 1 is available on HGTV and Discovery Plus.