The premiere of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Community is true across the nook and the “Fixer Higher” stars are offering a sneak peek into one among their many upcoming tasks.
The truth stars posted a “Street to Release” video on Instagram Friday and in it, shared an inspiring tale of Eduardo Garcia, a chef and outdoorsman from Montana who misplaced a part of his left arm in an twist of fate 10 years in the past.
“Chip and I got here throughout Eduardo’s fantastic tale in a magazine a couple of years in the past, and in truth, we couldn’t assist however proceed to look at (aka insta-stalk 🙋🏻♀️) him rebuild his existence from afar,” Joanna wrote within the caption along the video function of Garcia’s adventure. “So naturally his identify was once some of the first on our record once we began dreaming of what @magnolianetwork could be.”
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In 2018, the Gaineses introduced they might be launching their very own tv community in partnership with Discovery after finishing their HGTV house reworking collection. It is going to be rebooted on Magnolia after the community relaunches.
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“We’re venerated he mentioned sure to leaping on board with us, and in getting to understand him higher thru this procedure, we proceed to be simply as captivated by way of his interest and starvation for existence because the day we first examine him,” Joanna maintained in her rollout. “Can not wait so that you can apply alongside as he stocks his tale with us.”
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For Garcia, the foodie has been bringing other folks in combination thru his cooking or even created a cutting-edge chef’s kitchen in his house the place he’ll be whipping up the products for Magnolia Community come 2021.
In the meantime, the rebooted “Fixer Higher” might be produced by way of the Gaines’ manufacturing corporate, Blind Nil.