Sarah and Bryan Baeumler are going to the beach! The HGTV stars will serve as judges for the second season of the competitive series Battle on the Beach, the network announced on Instagram.
“Are you ready for the return of the biggest beach house makeover contest of the summer?” HGTV wrote. “Season 2 of #BattleontheBeach takes place in Surfside, TX and will be judged by Sarah and Bryan Baeumler! The new season will premiere on HGTV this summer.”
No stranger to beachfront properties, the Baeumlers renovate a tropical resort on their show “Renovation Island.”
Good Bones star Mina Starsiak Hawk and Holmes Family Rescue star Mike Holmes review the first season, which was filmed in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Ty Pennington, Alison Victoria and Taniya Nayak return to mentor three teams of house flippers as they compete for a $50,000 grand prize. Each team will “renovate identical beachfront lots” to achieve the greatest real estate value. according to the description of the show.
“This is going to be good!” Pennington commented on the post. “I can’t wait for the #summergames!! I mean if you have to be convicted… These guys are pretty #beachin.”
The new season is expected to premiere in June, Victoria and Nayak teased on Instagram.
“We’re all PACKED for Battle on The Beach Season 2!” the Food Network star captioned a photo in a bathing suit of the trio. “Airing in June! Too much fun with these two.”
Team Taniya won Season 1
Team Taniya won the first season of Battle on the Beach, with Kerry and David Kersh taking home the $50,000 prize. The first season premiered in July 2021.
The team overseen by Nayak increased the appraised value of the property to $877,000 from the original $650,000. according to Realtor.com.
“When you’re among the best of the best in the business, no matter what, we all emerge as winners. From the production team and crew, to the hilariously funny and talented cast and contestants, to our beautiful filming location…it was a win-win experience, literally!” the Restaurant Impossible star wrote on Instagram.
She added: “My team stuck to a look that we nicknamed ‘Meditexaranean’! And we followed this topic through to the end! You are a force! Going home with a win really meant going home with at least 20 new incredible friendships that will last a lifetime!”
HGTV announced that Season 1 delivered “strong” ratings
Season 1 of “Battle on the Beach” delivered “strong” ratings, This was announced by HGTV in August 2021. The network reported that the series attracted more than 13 million viewers.
“We take our stars from their regular series and throw them into high-stakes renovation contests like ‘Battle on the Beach,’ because audiences can’t get enough of them,” said Jane Latman, president of HGTV & Streaming Home Content, in a press release. “Everyone loves the idea of their favorite HGTV stars getting together for a show. It’s just good television and the strong ratings suggest that we should do more.”
date announced the renewal of the series in February 2022.
“‘Battle on the Beach’ is summertime programming at its finest — sun and surf combined with light, family-friendly competition,” the publication quoted Katie Ruttan-Daigle, vice president of programming and production at HGTV. “It’s a surefire way to captivate our audience while they mentally escape to the beach.”
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