A&E Networks’ FYI on Monday announced its 2017 programming slate, including such series as Tiny House Hunting and Food Porn.
The network is offering nine new series this year, and returning five veterans, with a mix of unscripted home, relationship, cooking and competition programs.
The new shows are You Can’t Turn That Into a House, Stove Tots, A Question of Love, My So Called Simple Life, Man vs. Master, Prefabulous, Sheffield Real Estate, Virtually Renovated and Hunting Abroad. Returning series, besides Tiny House Hunting and Food Porn, are Tiny House Nation, Zombie House Flipping and My Floating Home.
You Can’t Turn That Into a House, produced by Red Arrow Industries, follows brothers Taimoor and Rehan Nana, along with architect Kyle Davis, as they build homes out of what seem like impossible spaces, such as converting a rusted-out silo into a high-rise one-bedroom apartment or turning an airplane into a home with wings.
Stove Tots, produced by Collins Ave, follows young chefs as they compete in cook-offs across the country.
A Question of Love, produced by Noble Savages, follows three couples as they move in together.
My So Called Simple Life, produced by Propagate Content, follows three other couples as they leave their jobs to pursue simpler lives. After a few months, each couple must decide if the want to continue living life off the grid or return to the lives they knew.
Kinetic Content’s Man vs. Master watches chefs as they compete for the opportunity to win a coveted apprenticeship with a world-renowned chef. But first, they must beat their would-be master in a head-to-head cooking challenge. Top Chef’s Richard Blais will host.
Vox Entertainment’s Prefabulous explores the pre-fabricated real estate industry, in which consumers are buying custom homes for reasonable prices on short timelines.
Sheffield Real Estate, produced by Pink Sneakers Productions, trails realtor DeLeon Sheffield as she grows her business while raising three sons with her husband, baseball legend Gary Sheffield. DeLeon’s mother, Debbie, lives with the family and helps both with raising the boys and building the business.
In Virtually Renovated, produced by INvelop Entertainment, homeowners collaborate with high-end designers to renovate their homes, with all the designs presented to the homeowners in virtual reality using the latest in Samsung VR technology. Viewers can follow along the process with their own VR goggles.
Finally, The Cartel’s Hunting Abroad observes as families prepare to make international movies, going with the as they tour properties in international cities.
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