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5 New Magnolia Network Shows You Can Watch Right Now

Seems like we’ve been waiting forever for the return of Chip and Jo — now we can get a taste of some of their new Magnolia Network shows, but not where you might think.

New Magnolia Network shows
Host Joanna Gaines, as seen on Jo’s Cooking Show, Season 1. Courtesy Magnolia Network

At last, a peek into the next phase in the lives of ultimate fixer uppers Chip and Joanna Gaines! Programming from their new Magnolia Network is currently available, but not where you might suspect.

Ever since 2018, when the couple stepped away from their wildly popular show “Fixer Upper,” then later announced that they’d be making a return on an entire network of their own, we’ve been waiting at the edge of our modern farmhouse seats.

The re-brand of Discovery’s DIY channel, into the new “Magnolia Network,” filled with inspiring shows on real estate, home renovation, cooking and more, was slated to launch in October of 2020. But the pandemic had other plans for it. Production on many of the new shows was delayed, and the launch date was rescheduled simply for “2021,” leaving us wondering if when we’d ever get our much anticipated “Fixer Upper” fix.

New Magnolia Network shows
Courtesy Magnolia Network

HGTV’s parent company, Discovery, decided to put us out of our misery sooner rather than later, announcing plans to launch a new streaming service called Discovery+, that would run shows from all its networks, including HGTV and Magnolia. It launched January 4.

Like all streaming channels (Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, etc.), there is a monthly fee for the privilege of previewing all the new Magnolia Network programming. It isn’t expensive though —you can get a 7-day free trial, and after that, it starts at $4.99 per month.

That’s not an outrageous amount, when you consider you also get more than 60,000 episodes of other favorite shows, like those from the Property Brothers, Jasmine Roth, Ben and Erin Napier, Christina Anstead and Tarek El Moussa, etc.

Comfort binges at the click of a remote! And if you’re really hankering for the latest from Chip and Jo, you can watch a limited number of episodes of these new Magnolia Network shows before full seasons air on “MagNet.”

5 Fun Magnolia Network Shows You Can Watch Right Now (on Discovery+)

Homegrown

Host Jamila Norman poses for a photo. as seen on Homegrown, Season 1. Courtesy Magnolia Network

Atlanta-based farmer Jamila Norman helps families transform their outdoor spaces into beautiful and functional backyard farms while exploring the joy and benefits of growing your own food.

Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines

Host Joanna Gaines, as seen on Jo’s Cooking Show, Season 1. Courtesy Magnolia Network

Joanna comes to you straight from her kitchen, sharing good old family recipes like weekend game day snacks and fancy homemade comfort food like parmesan chicken, fettuccine alfredo, arugula salad and tiramisu.

First Time Fixer

New Magnolia Network shows
Brittany Baker and Annie Hawkins in their newly renovated condo tv room, as seen on First Time Fixer, Season 1. Courtesy Magnolia Network

W​ith a little help from Chip and Jo, first-time house renovators take their home renovation dreams into their own hands and experience the risk and reward that comes with trying something new.

Restoration Road with Clint Harp

New Magnolia Network shows
Host Clint Harp, as seen on Restoration Road, Season 1. Courtesy Magnolia Network

Carpenter Clint Harp hits the road in search of incredible historical structures across the country that are in need of restoration, while exploring their origins and dreaming of their futures.

Family Dinner

New Magnolia Network shows
Host Andrew Zimmern, as seen on Family Dinner, Season 1. Courtesy Magnolia Network

H​ost Andrew Zimmern visits families across America to explore how the cultural, regional and historical facets of who we are inform what and how we eat.

Seems like we’ve been waiting forever for the return of Chip and Jo — now we can get a taste of some of their new Magnolia Network shows, but not where you might think.