Richmond Rehabbers
Josh and Breese Romano of Richmond Rehabbers
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Thanks to shows like Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop, and Property Brothers, HGTV is one of our favorite channels. It seems that they are determined to hold on to their title in the next few years thanks to a line-up of new shows that will definitely keep us tuning in.

HGTV is franchising Flip or Flop with five new duos and titles set in cities across the U.S. The most recent spin-off is Flip or Flop Las Vegas, which premiered last month with MMA fighter Bristol Marundes and his wife Aubrey at the helm. The next to join HGTV's lineup will be Flip or Flop Atlanta, which is slated to premiere in August. That version of the show stars Ken and Anita Casina, full time real estate investors and parents to three kids. Their family business transforms classic Southern houses into modern homes that retain their original charm, which sounds just about perfect.

Premiere dates are still be worked out for Flip or Flip Fort Worth with military veterans turned real estate investors Andy and Ashley Williams; Flip or Flop Chicago starring Mark and Liz Perez; and Flip or Flop Nashville starring exes Page Turner and former NFL player DeRon Jenkins who put their differences aside to turn-over real estate in the Tennessee city.

If you're dreaming of the beach this summer, tune in to Beach Hunters when it premieres Sunday, June 4. The show will follow sea lovers as they look for their dream beach houses.

Building on their success with Tiny House Hunters, HGTV is taking tiny house lovers to paradise. The show will look at homes built with views of Maui or the Colorado mountains that are so spectacular, you're willing to put with a ridiculously small home. The show premieres in July.

Also joining HGTV's line-up in July is House Hunters Family, where parents and their children attempt the impossible—agreeing on a home they all love. The show follows the traditional formula where families look at three homes before making their final choice. No word on whether three-year olds like open floor plans and skylights in the master bath.

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Richmond Rehabbers follows Josh and Breese Romano as they renovate historic homes in their town of Richmond, Virginia. They filmed a pilot for HGTV and made it onto the channel's website, but it's not clear whether the show will become a regular fixture on HGTV line-up, but we sure hope it does so we can start binge-watching episodes soon.