Clint Harp, the craftsman of HGVT’s hit television series ‘Fixer Upper,’ will star with his wife Kelly in an upcoming show on DIY Network.
The couple happily announced the news to social media this week – and explained what viewers can expect to see on ‘Wood Work’ – set to air on the cable network May 9.
‘It’s me, it’s my wife. It’s our team… building furniture, taking it into people’s spaces and designing those spaces around the furniture,’ an ecstatic Clint said in the video announcement.
HGTV’s ‘Fixer Upper’ craftsman Clint Harp and his wife Kelly announce details about their new show ‘Wood Work’
The show will air on May 9 on the DIY Network. The pair will build furniture at their Harp Design Co. shop in Waco, Texas then design homes around the creations
The home renovation series will be filmed in Waco, Texas, where the pair’s Harp Design Co. shop is located.
Clint exclaimed: ‘I cannot wait!,’ and wife Kelly added: ‘We are so excited. We want to see you on the DIY Network.
‘You have time, check your cable listings. If you don’t have it, call your provider.’
The cable network posted the first two episode details to their website – season one, episode one titled, ‘So Many Tables, So Little Time’ and second, ‘Old Wood Creates Character.’
Clint Harp has worked closely with Joanna Gaines. The two are pictured above in this Instagram shot while filming season 4 of ‘Fixer Upper’
‘Fixer Upper’ stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are pictured above on their hit HGTV show
Harp and Gaines are seen above during filming. Harp’s new show with his wife will air next month
The carpenter, who formerly worked as pharmaceutical sales representative in the Houston area, was hesitant to leave his six-figure job to chase his dreams as a craftsman.
Harp and his wife established their furniture business back in 2011. Within five years, they began making appearances on ‘Fixer Upper,’ which launched their success.
‘Our business has national exposure today, because of “Fixer Upper,” that it never would have had so quickly,’ Harp told the Midland Reporter-Telegram back in 2016.
‘I’ve got a dozen people working for us, a shop, a storage barn, a warehouse, store and finishing shed,’ he added. ‘It’s more than I could have ever imagined and is all directly correlated to our involvement with the show.’
The new series ‘Wood Work’ will air at 10pm EST/ 9pm CST.