HGTV Greenlights Full Season Order of "Listed Sisters"
New York [For Immediate Release - July 15, 2015] After a solid ratings performance from Listed Sisters during two pilot airings on Monday night at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., HGTV triggered a full season order of 12 episodes. Attracting more than two million viewers, the pilot airings gave HGTV's Monday 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. time period its best rating of the year among A25-54. Produced by Coolfire Studios, Listed Sisters features real estate expert Alana Barnett and renovation/design expert Lex LeBlanc who help their clients renovate, and transform homes into hot properties. Project manager Trey Palmer works closely with Lex to maximize each home's resale value. The clients can then sell the reimagined home at a premium price and put the bonus dollars from the sale toward a new dream home.
"In addition to their expertise, creativity and fantastic designs, Lex and Alana bring an infectious humor, charm and sisterly affection that resonated with viewers immediately," said Allison Page, general manager, HGTV, DIY Network and Great American Country. We are excited to bring a full season to air early in 2016."
The siblings join HGTV's expanding roster of "dynamic duos of real estate, renovation and home design," said Page.
America's leading home and lifestyle brand, HGTV features a top-rated cable network that is distributed to more than 96 million U.S. households and the HGTV website, HGTV.com, the nation's leading online home-and-garden destination that attracts an average of four million unique visitors per month. The brand also includes the HGTV HOMETMconsumerproducts line which showcases exclusive collections of paint, flooring, lighting, furniture, plants, fabrics and other home-oriented products, as well as HGTV Magazine, a new home and lifestyle publication published in partnership with Hearst Magazines. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., HGTV is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc. (SNI), which also operates Food Network, DIY Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and Great American Country.