‘Flip or Flop’: Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall Reunite for Post-Divorce Spinoff, WBD Also Sets John Cena to Host Shark Week and More – Variety

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Divorced couple and former “Flip or Flop” hosts Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall are soon to reunite in a spinoff called “The Flip Off.”

The news was announced at Warner Bros. Discovery’s 2024 upfront presentation, during which the company gave several updates regarding its lifetyle brands, including that John Cena will host Discovery Channel’s annual Shark Week.

“Flip or Flop” ended in 2022 after 10 seasons on HGTV due to ongoing difficulties from the 2017 divorce but “The Flip Off,” launching in early 2025, will feature the exes and their new spouses in a competition to find, buy, renovate and flip a house for the biggest financial gain.

The Cena-hosted Shark Week will include Part 2 of “Belly of the Beast,” which gives a real look at a great white shark feeding frenzy. Other programs airing during the celebration include “Monster Hammerhead: Species X” about a potential new hammerhead species and “Great White Serial Killer: Sea of Blood,” which follows a great white terrorizing a local village.

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Jessica Biel will narrate and executive produce a show titled “Fatal Destination” set for a 2025 debut on ID. Per the logline, the series travels to “exotic destinations to expose the dark side of paradise. Each episode takes audiences on alluring adventures where the consequences of being a tourist are anything but a dream vacation. Stories unfold through first-person accounts of friends, family, locals, journalists, and law enforcement.” The series will debut in 2025.

New HGTV series “Chateau Impossible” follows Daphne Reckert and her husband Andrew Figuera, who learn they’ve inherited a French chateau from Daphne’s late grandfather. Instead of selling it, the young New York moves to France and works to restore 500-year-old, 29-bedroom castle, which also comes with a large tax bill, in hopes of eventually turning a profit. “Chateau Impossible” premieres in 2025.

Magnolia Network announced that several of its previously announced Chip and Joanna Gaines-produced series will debut in the fall along with new talent lineups. Roller skating competition series “Roller Jam” will be hosted by Jordin Sparks and judged by Johnny Weir and Terrell Ferguson. Talent competition “Second Chance Stage” has set Martina McBride, Taye Diggs and Heidi Gardner to judge with Emmanuel Acho as host. “Human vs. Hamster” will be hosted by Sarah Sherman and Kyle Brandt with Brian Balthazar as “resident hamster enthusiast.” Additionally, social experiment “Back to the Frontier” will premiere in early 2025.

WBD also announced several renewals and premiere dates.

“Beat Bobby Flay: Holiday Throwdown” will return to Food Network in November featuring guests such as Ina Garten and Sunny Anderson.

TLC’s “90 Day: The Last Resort” will return for Season 2 in a new location in the winter.

“Love & Marriage: Detroit” Season 2 will premiere on OWN on July 27.

“Bobby’s Triple Threat,” starring Flay alongside Tiffany Derry, Michael Voltaggio and Brooke Williamson, will premiere its third season on Food Network June 18.

TNT will air movies from Warner Bros. Pictures on Sundays and Mondays, such as “The Batman,” “Dune,” and “Black Adam.”

“BBQ Brawl” will return for Season 5 on Food Network on July 8. Flay and Anderson continue to serve as coaches alongside series newcomer Voltaggio.

Also during upfronts, WBD announced a new Harry Potter-themed baking show and the first plot details for Adult Swim’s “Rick & Morty” anime.

“We are the most powerful creators of unscripted content across platforms and places,” said Kathleen Finch, WBD’s chairman and CEO of U.S. Networks. “We draw the biggest collective audience in cable, and provide an unparalleled way to reach consumers in a trusted environment. Our shows, franchises and brands continue to deliver value to consumers and advertisers on linear and on Max. Regardless of how or where they watch, viewers come to WBD for our addictive content. Only at WBD could we bring one of the biggest action stars face-to-face with the ocean’s biggest predators as John Cena hosts this year’s Shark Week, and also travel to Hogwarts in an innovative new way.”

“We’re thrilled to launch this fun, ambitious and expansive unscripted slate on Max this fall,” said Allison Page, president of Magnolia Network. “By leveraging our storytelling and production expertise for these imaginative formats, we aim to surprise and delight viewers of all ages and create opportunities for families and friends to enjoy together.”

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