This Much-Loved HGTV Show Is Coming Back

updated Dec 21, 2020
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If you became addicted to HGTV’s “Rehab Addict” starring designer and builder Nicole Curtis, HGTV is about to feed your addiction once more. Curtis is coming back to the network with a brand new series, “Rehab Addict Rescue”, set to premiere on January 28.

“Rehab Addict” aired on HGTV from 2010 through 2018 and followed Curtis as she restored historic homes that were battered and beaten and in need of some major TLC. This time around, Curtis will help homeowners who tried their hand at rehabbing their own properties but got stuck along the way.

“THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT THAT 1. I wear this shirt A LOT and 2. JANUARY 28th you get to see us back!!!!” Curtis announced on Instagram on December 16. “When DIY historic home restorers need a hero…who do they call? Nicole Curtis to the rescue!”

In each of the eight episodes of “Rehab Addict Rescue”, Curtis will work with a homeowner’s budget to help them with the nitty-gritty home reno details like electrical, plumbing, and structural repairs. Any leftover money will then be put into the beautification of the home, like refinishing hardwood floors, retiling old bathrooms, and reviving the old house to its former glory.

“For years, I’ve been saving old houses from demolition and renovating them,” Curtis said in a statement to HGTV. “In that time, we’ve inspired a lot of people to do the same. Then we get their calls for help. Now we’re here to save them when they find out what it really takes to save an old house.”

She continued, “I’m so happy that people aspire to save these stately old places. I love helping them find a way to turn a nightmare project into the family home they’ve always wanted.”

The first episode of “Rehab Addict Rescue” hits HGTV on January 28 at 9 p.m. ET, as well as Discovery’s brand new streaming platform discovery+.