HGTV’s Good Bones Season 3 Is On the Way

HGTV’s mother-daughter home rehab duo Mina Starsiak and Karen E. Laine are headed back to your TV screens on Tuesday, April 3 when the third season of Good Bones premieres.

The “Two Chicks and a Hammer” ladies will be tackling bigger home renovation projects, and will be taking far more risks with their house flips in the upcoming season, according to HGTV. The mother-daughter duo grew to popularity in the first two season of the show as they worked to improve Indianapolis neighborhoods one broken house at a time. As the name of the show indicates, the pair buys neglected properties, guts them down to the bones and transforms them into modern, fabulous family homes.

This season is extra special for Mina, as she and her husband are expecting her first child.

“Now that I’m going to be a mom, I feel like our mission is even more important,” said Mina. “We’re improving Indianapolis now for our neighbors, but also for future generations who will call this city home.”

From HGTV: For the third season of Good Bones, Karen and Mina are bringing their design and renovation expertise to familiar areas of the Indianapolis, including Fountain Square and Bates-Hendrix, and out to new neighborhoods near downtown. Alongside their construction crew, the pair takes down walls, creates open floor plans, adds modern finishes and strikes up the curb appeal to turn dilapidated properties into stunning family remodels.

“I get emotionally attached to the houses we buy,” Karen said. “We want to do right by each of the neighborhoods where we work. The homes we save truly help make the area a better place to live.”

The third season of Good Bones premieres Tuesday, April 3 at 10 PM but will move to the 9 PM time slot beginning Tuesday, April 10. Will you be watching the new season of Good Bones? What has been your favorite episode so far?




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