HGTV Greenlights Six Episodes for Production in 2019

New York [Jan. 14, 2019] Proving not all home renovations require a happy couple, HGTV has picked up six half-hour episodes of Unspouse My House starring designer and self-proclaimed breakup expert Orlando Soria. Known for his celebrity clients and his passionate fan base on Instagram, Orlando works with newly single clients to overhaul their homes and heal their lonely hearts with laughter, support and beautiful design. The series is slated to premiere in late 2019.

“The concept of Unspouse My House is totally different than anything we’ve done before on HGTV,” said Loren Ruch, senior vice president, programming, projects and specials for HGTV. “Orlando Soria is an established designer whose online fans love his humorous, lighthearted take on home design. We believe the series will be a fun new addition to the HGTV lineup next year.”

Unspouse My House is produced by 51 Minds Entertainment, a division of Endemol Shine North America.

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