A strong debut season for home reno series Hidden Potential has led HGTV to order an additional 17 half-hour episodes.

New York [Aug. 21, 2018] A strong debut season for home reno series Hidden Potential has led HGTV to order an additional 17 half-hour episodes. The series, which attracted more than 13 million viewers during its freshman run, stars builder and designer Jasmine Roth as she enlivens generic suburban SoCal houses with creative floorplans, fun enhancements and personalized renovations. Production will begin in September and the new season is slated to premiere in 2019.

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