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HGTV’s MARRIED TO REAL ESTATE Returns for Season 3

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HGTV’s MARRIED TO REAL ESTATE Returns for Season 3

By Movieguide® Contributor

HGTV’s MARRIED TO REAL ESTATE has returned for Season 3.  

“Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson get clients into the Atlanta, Georgia dream neighborhoods they never thought they could afford. By using their unparalleled real estate expertise, the couple will make smart purchases and even smarter renovations while managing their busy family,” HGTV reported.

The show, hosted by husband-and-wife duo Jackson and Sherrod, premiered on Dec. 28. The couple shared plans for the upcoming season.

“You get to see our office finally come to fruition because every episode and every season, it’s all about, ‘When are we going to finally have a home base?’” Jackson said. “So, season three, you see that come to pass. We also take on a commercial job, and you’ve never seen that in any of our episodes. The commercial property is going to be Clark Atlanta University.”

Jackson also mentioned what color trends are in style and materials they anticipate working with.

“They want lighter floors throughout, taking out the dark hardwoods. Or, funny enough, they’re getting rid of the hardwoods, the real hardwoods, and putting in luxury vinyl or engineered wood just because of the variance…I love natural wood, but you do have these products now, these engineered products, where it’s more durable, there’s less maintenance, and you get more color variations. So people are opting for that as well,” he said.

He added that clients are looking for minimalism. 

“We are seeing, and you’ll see some this season, scullery kitchens, secondary kitchens, where you have the full frontal beautiful magazine-ready [kitchen], and then you have all the stuff that you really need to function in your life behind it, if you will,” he added. 

Sherod predicts that natural stone will make a comeback this year while whitewashed stone will lose popularity.

“We’ve gone through these last few years of everyone painting their brick or bleaching their brick,” she said. “We were literally going to limewash our house, and now we’re thinking about keeping the natural stone and brick because you just don’t see as much of it anymore.”

MARRIED TO REAL ESTATE airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET and can also be streamed on MAX.

The couple will also appear on HGTV’s BATTLE ON THE MOUNTAIN. 

“That was fun,” Sherrod said. “It was in Colorado, Breckenridge. You have not seen beauty until you’ve driven through that mountainside. I was afraid for my life because he was blasting music and bouncing in the car rocking on a two-lane highway as we were getting on set. I was afraid for my life but the views were gorgeous. I said at the end, “Mike, would you consider moving to Colorado?” I loved it so much. I’m here, but I feel my heart is still there.”

Jackson added, “I can tell you this. Fans are going to be able to see the creativity from the folks battling it out. Each house is different.”

Movieguide® reported on BATTLE ON THE MOUNTAIN:

HGTV’s competition show BATTLE ON THE MOUNTAIN is set to make its debut in 2024. 

The show is “an extension of HGTV‘s popular competition series BATTLE ON THE BEACH,” according to Deadline. 

BATTLE ON THE MOUNTAIN will premiere Monday, Jan. 22, at 9 p.m. with a two-hour episode. 

The show follows the same premise as BATTLE ON THE BEACH. Three teams will compete to renovate similar mountaintop properties, with the winning team taking home $50,000.

“Set at 13,000 feet above sea level, the six-episode BATTLE ON THE MOUNTAIN features three skilled teams, coached by home experts Rico León (RICO TO THE RESCUE), Kim Myles (DESIGN STAR: NEXT GEN) andKim Wolfe (WHY THE HECK DID I BUY THIS HOUSE?), who will face off to upgrade similar mountainside homes in Breckenridge, Colorado,” Deadline reported.