Chip and Joanna Gaines celebrated the launch of their Magnolia Network with an elaborate feast in New York City over the weekend.
The former HGTV star was in the Big Apple last week to promote the launch of her new lifestyle network, the TV venture she began working on soon after her hit home renovation series, “Fixer Upper” hit the height of its popularity. Had done it. Season 5.
On Sunday, they kicked off launch weekend at The Polo Bar – a Ralph Lauren restaurant in Manhattan, where they shared a picture Dress yourself well as you head to town over a plate of burger sliders, fries and some seafood. The hilarious image shows Chip holding a slider in the camera and smiling while Joanna does the same – only instead of a smile, she’s biting into a second slider in her other hand.
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“There’s no one I’d eat a full plate of sliders after a week dreaming of launching @magnolianetwork. Thank you all for celebrating with us this week!” Joanna captioned the post on Instagram.
Star thanked its “amazingly talented and creative team” for getting the network off the ground after nearly two and a half years of development.
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“To all the storytellers in this network—thank you for trusting us to share your stories with the world, it’s an absolute honor,” she said. “We can’t wait for you to see what we’ve been working on over the years.”
He ended his post by noting the release pattern that the new network partnered with Discovery’s streaming service will take forward. Fans of the former “Fixer Upper” series can look forward to new episodes of the Magnolia Network show each week, with a new show offering each month.
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In a separate instagram post, Joanna described the network as a place filled with “inspirational stories” from “risk takers, creators, course changers, dreamers and learners”.
The “Risk Takers” feature the famous duo themselves, who return to their roots with the spinoff series “Fixer Upper: Welcome Home”.