In recent weeks, real estate expert Egypt Sherrod and her crafty husband Mike Jackson have been sharing details on social media about the filming of a second season of their show Married to Real Estate. Now, HGTV has made the show’s return official by announcing the premiere date — January 12, 2023 — and sharing what fans can expect from the second season.
“Married to Real Estate” to showcase family renovations and milestones
After a successful first season that attracted 19 million viewers, “Married to Real Estate” begins its second 12-episode season on January 12 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern and Pacific. It will also be available to stream on Discovery+.
On the show and on their social media profiles, the couple aims to make a positive impact by sharing Atlanta real estate transactions and renovations, inspiring people to invest in a home and running their own busy household with their three-year-old daughters. old Harper and 10-year-old Kendall. They also have Jackson’s 21-year-old daughter, Simone, from a previous relationship.
Family stories and milestones captured by camera crews for the new season include the couple trying to potty Harper and the emotions that come with dropping her off for her first day of preschool. The show will also chronicle the couple teaching Kendall how to manage money and life with a new pup, Serene.
Away from home, Sherrod will continue to be featured on the show helping clients find affordable homes in good locations and redesigning the spaces while Jackson and his team complete the renovations.
“Working with your spouse has its challenges, but we wouldn’t trade it for the world,” Jackson said in a press release. “Egypt and I are committed to providing families with beautiful, value-added homes, and it’s our willingness to compromise that makes us a great team both on the job and at home.”
In the first episode of the new season, Sherrod and Jackson help another couple buy and completely modernize a property in the Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody. The new modern farmhouse design they came up with includes a waterfall island and dark green tile backsplash in the kitchen, as well as a home office with a hidden closet and an ensuite bathroom.
On October 14th via one of her three Instagram profiles, Sherrod shared video of a room That fits that description and says that the office, with its hidden functions, can now qualify as a bedroom.
Married to Real Estate was inspired by the couple’s pandemic web series
Although Sherrod had hosted previous shows on HGTV, including “Property Virgins” and “Flipping Virgins,” the idea for this show came from a web series they hosted for fun in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, like her and the most Americans were stuck at home.
“Observing other people on social media struggling with this, we were right at home at the moment. Let’s just do something that draws people in and makes them laugh,” Sherrod told Heavy.
Although the Ask Me Anything series was just an entertaining family series, her management company encouraged her to use her professional expertise and create a compilation of excerpts for HGTV dubbed the Sizzle Reel. The network then found a production company for the show, the pair began filming once COVID restrictions eased, and the show debuted in January 2022.
Looking back on the rapid evolution of her show and business, Sherrod said, “Mike and I have built a one-stop shop for real estate, renovation and design — and this is just the beginning.”
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