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Dave, Jenny Marrs Talk Personal FIXER TO FABULOUS Season 5 Projects

Photo from Dave and Jenny Marrs’ Instagram

Dave, Jenny Marrs Talk Personal FIXER TO FABULOUS Season 5 Projects

By Movieguide® Contributor

HGTV stars Dave and Jenny Marrs gave fans a sneak peek into the personal stories told in season five of FIXER TO FABULOUS.

The show started its fifth season earlier this week, beginning a 16-episode journey through renovations. This season includes multiple projects that are personal to the Marrs family, including renovations of their own home and those of multiple family friends.

“It’s humbling. We are resonating with people. We try to stay authentic and get to know the people we are renovating for,” Dave said about the show’s success.

This season will continue to resonate with viewers as the couple works with people going through different stages of life. One of the more difficult projects this year was a home they renovated for a family whose father deployed.

“They are family friends. One of their sons goes to school with our boys, so we’ve known the family for years. It’s hard,” Dave said. “This is a dad who is entrusting his family renovation with us. Halfway through he gets deployed, doesn’t get to be at the reveal, doesn’t get to see it.”

“To not have your house in order and family set when you leave to go out of the country for up to a year. That can be hard. There was so much trust for us to do that,” he continued. “Everyone who knows us knows we love the military. We love what our service men and women do for our country. So, to be able to honor that with their home was special.”

They also renovated the home of a friend who is getting married.

“It’s an incredible story,” Jenny said. “This year has been a challenging one for our good friends. She ended up moving back from Arkansas to Nashville after having a brain cyst and had to have surgery. She got engaged and [is] living with her parents. We’re remodeling a house in time for the wedding. The couple is restarting their lives in this home that belongs to her grandmother. Remodeling it, getting married there. It’s just an amazing story.

The most personal project this season is their own home.

“We have construction going on in our house right now, we’re living here while doing it,” Dave said. “I would highly recommend anyone thinking about doing that don’t. Move out of your home while it’s getting renovated. We highlight a lot of challenges a lot of people go through in their daily lives this season with renovating our own homes.”

“I thought it would be a quick, easy renovation. And it has become quite a challenge,” he added.

“Our prayer for this season continues to be that our show is a light in this dark world,” Jenny posted on Instagram. “We sincerely hope you walk away each Tuesday inspired and encouraged to make your home a beautiful reflection of you and your family.”

FIXER TO FABULOUS season five debuted last night. New episodes will continue to be released on Tuesdays at 8/7 c.

Amid the new season, Jenny is getting ready to release her book “House + Love = Home.”

“It’s just been a labor of love,” Jenny told PopCulture. “Just worry about what you love, and make that happen in your home, because it’s your home, nobody else’s…That’s the message of the book…You need to surround yourself with the people and the things that you love.”

Movieguide® previously reported:

HGTV stars Dave and Jenny Marrs just announced the release date for FIXER TO FABULOUS Season 5—and their prayer that the show will positively impact its audience.

“We can finally share the news…we have an airdate for Season 5 of Fixer to Fabulous!” they sharedon Instagram. “Sixteen brand new episodes will begin airing on Tuesday, November 7, at 8|7c on @hgtv.”

The couple is known not just for fixing up run-down homes but also for their faith. Jenny just postedone of her favorite Bible verses on Instagram on Wednesday, “Go with the strength you have…” {Judges 6:14},” with a prayer for those who read her post.

The Marrses also shared their prayer FIXER TO FABULOUS Season 5: “Our prayer for this season continues to be that our show is a light in this dark world. The privilege of being invited into your living room each week is not one we take lightly and we sincerely hope you walk away each Tuesday inspired and encouraged to make your home a beautiful reflection of you and your family. 🤍”

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