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NEW SEASON OF HGTV HIT 'UNSELLABLE HOUSES' STARRING UNSTOPPABLE TWIN SISTERS LYNDSAY LAMB AND LESLIE DAVIS PREMIERES TUESDAY, MARCH 30, AT 9 P.M. ET/PT
New York [Mar. 3, 2021] Dynamic twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, a top-selling real estate duo in the Pacific Northwest, are back to invest their own money to help homeowners struggling to sell their languishing properties in a new season of Unsellable Houses, premiering Tuesday, March 30, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The breakout series, which attracted more than 27 million viewers during its first season, follows Lyndsay, an expert in home renovation, design and staging, and Leslie, an expert in budget and negotiations, as they transform stagnant listings into hot properties. With the confidence that they can sell any house for a profit, the pair invests their time and know-how to turn lackluster homes into beautiful spaces with functional design that are sure to fly off the market.
The new episodes not only spotlight the spunky sisters' booming real estate and renovation business - which now includes a new office space, a growing staff and a retail storefront - but also their busy family lives. Lyndsay and Leslie have their kids help with their renovation projects, teach their teenage sons how to drive, plan birthday parties and welcome new furry members to the family.
"Lyndsay and I are the perfect balance - she has the keen eye for design, and I know our local market better than anyone," said Leslie. "We thrive on executing strategic renovations that get our clients' houses sold in record time and get the most return on their investment."
In the season opener, Lyndsay and Leslie take on a drab Craftsman-style home that sat on the market for months. To address the home's issues that have kept buyers at bay, the sisters reimagine the exterior, install a new roof and implement an open floor plan that they expect will secure top dollar offers. During the episode, they also brighten a secluded mid-century modern bungalow, give a small ranch-style home an inviting backyard space with a party deck and modernize a property with unappealing and outdated finishes.
"Being a creative is such an integral part of who I am," said Lyndsay. "I love to help a desperate homeowner see past their house's current condition by showing them how a few smart design updates can completely overhaul their space and how they can quickly get the right buyer in the door."
HGTV has ordered new episodes of two more first-year series - Unsellable Houses and 100 Day Dream Home. Both series join the network's expanding roster of strong ratings performers launched less than a year ago, including Celebrity IOU and Fixer to Fabulous. After attracting more than 18 million total viewers in its first season, Unsellable Houses has been renewed for 13 episodes slated to premiere in early 2021. The series stars sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis - who are among the top-selling real estate agents in the Pacific Northwest - as they help struggling homeowners sell their seemingly unsellable homes in record time. 100 Day Dream Home, which reached more than 14 million total viewers in season one, has been picked up for eight episodes that will premiere in late 2020. The new season will continue to spotlight husband-wife team Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt who help clients create their perfect custom home in Tampa, Florida, in 100 days or less.
"Every day we keep the HGTV team focused on finding and cultivating expert personalities so that we can create shows that have a fresh twist," said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. "Unsellable Houses and 100 Day Dream Home attracted a significant number of viewers after just one season and that is a big win for the HGTV pipeline."