"Unspouse My House" starring Orlando Soria is slated to premiere in late 2019.

By Meghan Overdeep
February 06, 2019

Why is it that on television, home design and monogamy always seem to go hand-in-hand? Well, thanks to HGTV's ground-breaking new show, that's no longer the case.

The network recently announced that it has picked up six half-hour episodes of Unspouse My House starring designer and self-proclaimed breakup expert Orlando Soria.

The series follows Soria, who first rose to stardom thanks to his devoted Instagram fanbase and celebrity clientele, as he works with newly-single people to rid their homes of the ghosts of their exes and heal their lonely hearts with beautiful design.

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"The concept of Unspouse My House is totally different than anything we've done before on HGTV," Loren Ruch, senior vice president, programming, projects and specials for HGTV, said in a release. "Orlando Soria is an established designer whose online fans love his humorous, lighthearted take on home design. We believe the series will be a fun new addition to the HGTV lineup next year."

Unspouse My House is slated to premiere in late 2019.