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HGTV reveals the future of ‘Tough Love with Hilary Farr’

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Hilary Farr returns with even more love! HGTV announced that their hit solo series has been renewed for a second season.

“Tough Love With Hilary Farr” follows the designer as she “uses her signature wit to eliminate homeowners’ indecisiveness and help them maximize their homes to better meet their needs,” reads the announcement . “As a mother, business owner and significant other, Hilary draws inspiration from her extensive design experience to create creative solutions that rejuvenate families.”

The upcoming second season will have 10 episodes, an increase from the previous eight. Tough Love With Hilary Farr premiered in December 2021 and proved a success, with HGTV reporting 16.1 million viewers aged 25 and 54 tuned in. The new season is expected to air on HGTV and stream on Discovery+ in fall 2023.

“Hilary draws people in with her charismatic personality and tells it like it’s an attitude,” HGTV executive Loren Ruch said in a press release. “Her customers, as well as millions of her TV fans, value her direct and unfiltered guidance and refined design sense for inspiration and results. This 10-episode commission for Tough Love with Hilary Farr will shine a spotlight on more of her beautiful, life-changing work.”

Farr announced on Instagram that filming for the second season will begin in November.

“For years, I’ve helped thousands of people love their homes,” Farr said in a previous press release. “Now I work with families whose problems are far bigger than bad floor plans. Upgrading these spaces will be a challenge, but transforming the lives of these homeowners is where the real work begins. The end result is always worth it.”

Farr continues to star opposite David Visentin on her long-running series, Love It or List It. New episodes premiered on September 5, 2022.

The series follows the duo as they decide whether to renovate or sell their home.

“In each hour-long episode, real estate agent David Visentin and designer Hilary Farr battle to make homeowners’ ultimate decision to stay or go,” reads the series’ description. “David’s insider view of the real estate market helps target offers to potential buyers, but Hilary is determined to show homeowners that she can transform their run-down home into a castle they can love, within budget.” If the owners choose to list it, Hilary’s hard work will add to the home’s resale value. It’s a tough decision either way.”

Farr was her own client in the season premiere of Love It or List It. The 90-minute episode followed her “as she transforms a quaint North Carolina cottage into her dream home,” according to the episode description.

During the remodel, Farr discovered “a rotting foundation and termite earrings through the subfloor.” But as always, Visentin has other options.

“In true David fashion, he will take up the challenge of convincing Hilary to trade the fixer-upper for a move-in-ready home,” the synopsis continues. “After transforming the run-down bungalow into a home that suits her needs, and David finding a place to stay that has every item on her wish-list, Hilary finally has to answer the much-awaited question: will you love it or will you love? Do you want to list it?”

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