New HGTV series stars Minnesota home-restoring sisters

Residences in Minnesota, along with a community sister crew, will acquire middle stage in a new HGTV collection.

The house enhancement and real estate network declared its 2022-23 lineup and, between the 6 new reveals slated to roll out, Minnesota-based mostly “Renovation 911” is on the roster.

The series follows crisis restoration experts Kirsten Meehan and Lindsey Uselding as they rescue houses in Minneapolis that have professional unanticipated disasters. The sisters co-very own the Twin Metropolitan areas-centered emergency cleanup and restore company Ungerman.

Right after getting anguished phone calls from homeowners, the siblings head to the residences, assess the hurt and appear up with a recreation system. The present then follows them by means of the method of restoring and renovating the property.

“With warmth, humor, empathy and a particular abilities, the duo will enable shoppers see previous distress and make entirely remodeled dream homes that are better than ahead of,” according to HGTV.

Episodes are at this time becoming filmed, with Renovation 911 slated to debut in early 2023. The season will comprise 8 1-hour episodes.

This exhibit will be 1 of several HGTV sequence that have been shot in Minnesota with homegrown stars. “Rehab Addict” with Nicole Curtis featured properties in cities like Minneapolis for the duration of its 10-calendar year operate (her present-day present, “Rehab Addict Rescue,” spotlights Detroit residences).

And the recent edition of “Stay or Promote” follows Twin Metropolitan areas-dependent true estate and renovation gurus Brad and Heather Fox as the spouse-spouse duo support community property owners issue-fix.