MOTHER-DAUGHTER DUO MINA STARSIAK AND KAREN E LAINE
REHAB MORE INDY HOMES IN SEASON THREE OF HGTV HIT 'GOOD BONES'
New York [Feb. 27, 2018] Popular mother/daughter duo Mina Starsiak and Karen E Laine tackle bigger home renovations and take on riskier house flips in the third season of HGTV's Good Bones. And this year, creating family homes will take on a whole new meaning for first-time mom-to-be Mina. During the season, which premieres on Tuesday, April 3, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Mina, a real-estate agent, and her mom Karen, a former lawyer, aim to improve local Indianapolis neighborhoods one broken house at a time - buying severely neglected properties, gutting them down to the bones and transforming them into gorgeous family homes. The series, which attracted more than 16 million viewers in its sophomore run, will move to 9 p.m. ET/PT beginning Tuesday, April 10.
"Now that I'm going to be a mom, I feel like our mission is even more important," said Mina. "We're improving Indianapolis now for our neighbors, but also for future generations who will call this city home."
For this new season, Mina and Karen bring their design and renovation expertise to familiar areas of the city, including Fountain Square and Bates-Hendrix, and out to new neighborhoods near downtown. Alongside their construction crew, the pair take down walls, create open floor plans, add modern finishes and strike up the curb appeal to turn dilapidated properties into stunning family remodels.
"I get emotionally attached to the houses we buy," said Karen. "We want to do right by each of the neighborhoods where we work. The homes we save truly help make the area a better place to live."
For exclusive online content, including photo galleries of the renovated spaces and behind-the-scenes clips with Mina's brother Tad and the demo crew, fans can visit hgtv.com/GoodBones. Viewers also can follow @HGTV on Instagram to track the progress on Mina's new house and nursery and can interact via social media using #GoodBones.
HGTV delivers the superstar experts, fascinating families, compelling renovations and stunning transformations that make all things home fun. America's favorite way to get entertaining, relatable and inspirational home and lifestyle content, HGTV offers: a top 10 cable network that is distributed to more than 90 million U.S. households; a website, HGTV.com, that attracts an average of nine million people each month; social media platforms that engage nearly nine million users; HGTV Magazine, a monthly publication that reaches more than one million readers and exclusive collections of home-oriented products through the HGTV HOME(TM) consumer products line. Viewers can become fans of HGTV and interact with other home improvement enthusiasts through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, HGTV is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc., which also owns and operates Food Network, Travel Channel, DIY Network, Cooking Channel and Great American Country.