[10/13/10 - 09:02 AM] HGTV Extends Production of Two Top Series: "Selling New York" and "The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie" "Selling" will premiere in January while "Room" returns in early 2011.
[via press release from HGTV]
HGTV Extends Production of Two Top Series
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. [For Immediate Release-October 13, 2010] - HGTV has ordered additional episodes of two of its newest series--39 episodes of Selling New York and 13 episodes of The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie.
Selling New York, a popular weekly series that premiered in March, 2010, gives viewers a rare glimpse inside the high stakes world of buying and selling luxury Manhattan properties. Cameras follow a colorful group of assertive, razor-sharp brokers from three upscale boutique real estate firms: The Core Group; the Kleier family of Gumley Haft Kleier; and new this season, the Realtors(R) of Warburg Realty. In a competitive city with a volatile real estate market, these agents do whatever it takes to sell a property -- thinking way outside the box to get a listing sold! Produced by Forget Me Not Productions in conjunction with JV Productions, new episodes of Selling New York will premiere in January, 2011.
New episodes of The Outdoor Room with Jamie Durie will begin airing in early 2011. Produced by Lynchpin Productions of Los Angeles, the weekly series features world-renowned, Australian environmentalist and landscape architect Jamie Durie as he travels around the United States in search of inspiration for lackluster backyards. Armed with intriguing shapes, colors and textures from his journeys, he and his close-knit team help homeowners create the ultimate outdoor oasis.
HGTV, America's leader in home and lifestyle programming, is distributed to more than 99 million U.S. households and is one of cable's top-rated networks. HGTV's website, HGTV.com, is the nation's leading online home and garden destination, which attracts an average of more than 4 million unique visitors per month.
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