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When Will Christina on the Coast Season 2 Premiere on HGTV?

Updated December 25, 2019
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Home improvement is all about inspirational ideas and expert tips; we can all agree to that. If we see any house renovation idea, we are like — “Wow, that was so easy, why didn’t I think of that before?” Well, HGTV’s reality docu-series, headlined by designer and real estate expert, Christina Angstead, is all about motivating homeowners to get started with their long-pending remodels. As the official synopsis goes, it’s about creating “luxe spaces filled with distinctive design elements and cool SoCal style.”

The show first premiered on Discovery-owned HGTV in May 2019. Now the question is: is there any confirmation about a release date for the next season? Well, here’s everything we know about ‘Christina on the Coast’ season 2.

Who’s the host of Christina on the Coast?

As we already mentioned, Christina Anstead hosts this HGTV documentary show. She is an American real estate investor and TV personality, whom you might already know from HGTV’s other hit series, ‘Flip or Flop’, where she features alongside her ex-husband Tarek El Moussa. Christina shared her excitement about the show in a press release, “Design is my favorite part of the house-flipping process and I can’t wait to be able to now work directly with clients and create a space they’ve always dreamed of having.”

Apart from Christina, her blended family also makes cameo appearances in the program. You can catch regular glimpses of Ant Anstead, her current husband, in every almost every episode of the series.

Season 2 will see Christina making a comeback, alongside her partner Ant, as well as, the rest of her fam.

Christina on the Coast Season 2 Release Date: When will it premiere?

‘Christina on the Coast’ season 1 premiered on May 23, 2019, on HGTV. The first season, comprising of eight episodes, ended its run on July 11, 2018. In addition to this, a digital series, ‘Christina on the Coast: Unfiltered’, also aired every week on the HGTV app,, and HGTV’s Youtube Channel.

Now fans of the show must be wondering: has ‘Christina on the Coast’ been renewed? Well, rejoice, because, on August 14, 2019, HGTV ordered a 13-episode second season of the show.

Jane Latman, president, HGTV, confirmed the news saying, “HGTV knew Christina on the Coast would be a winner and the series absolutely delivered. More than 12 million viewers tuned in to watch the freshman season because they loved having a new opportunity to watch Christina evolve personally and professionally. We’ve seen her continue to gain popularity with our audience, so we couldn’t be more excited about the performance of the series.” She further added that season 2 will be all about Christina’s forever-growing business and her remarkable pregnancy journey.

HGTV recently announced its release date as well. ‘Christina on the Coast’ season 2 is all set to release on January 2, 2020.

What’s Christina on the Coast about?

‘Christina on the Coast’ is Anstead’s solo show that follows her as she embarks on various design projects. Apart from this, it also lends insights into her personal life. We get to see how the couple goes about listing and selling her previous home in Yorba Linda and embarking on a fresh house hunt in Newport Beach.

Additionally, we also get to see how they renovate their new property. She designs clients’ houses as well, thus making the concept of this show completely different from that of ‘Flip or Flop‘ — which mainly revolves around designing houses for the masses. Here, she remodels homes according to her clients’ personal style, which involves a lot of interaction and getting to know people. Rather than just knocking down walls, it explores more luxurious, high-end design trends. As she offers advice to homeowners, viewers at home also get a few transformation tips that they can use in their own living spaces.

Here are a few examples of makeover projects that Christina undertakes across the episodes in season 1. She helps out her childhood friend, Cassie, who moves back to her home in Anaheim Hills, California. The property has not been updated for the last 17 years and Christina needs to work her magic in transforming this outdated space, focussing particularly on the kitchen, living, and dining area. (SPOILER: She also surprises her friend with an extravagant outdoor patio for their buddies to hang out together!).

Next, she tackles a couple’s old and dingy master suite home, which really demands a good remodel. Here, she works toward converting the bathroom and bedroom into stunning, functional spaces. Again, she attempts to aid a couple in altering their compact, drab master suite into a dreamy bathroom in their Huntington Beach home.

We also get to see Christina and her family’s own makeover journey. Cameras follow her and Ant as they aim to complete their kitchen renovation before the arrival of the second child. We also get to witness the couple as they give a full metamorphosis to their backyard, converting it into an all-inclusive outdoor paradise, complete with tropical vibes, a water slide, an outdoor kitchen, a bar, and hot tub.

Along the way, Christina has several interesting tips to offer. According to her, the five must-haves for a home renovation are a matching paint color palette, lavish carpeting, personal elements like family photos, beautiful lighting, and countertops. She further adds that her favorite room remodel is the kitchen because this is where people gather and hang out. Now, if you want more such bits of advice, then keep your calendars marked and watch the show!

In season 2, we will follow Christina as she further expands her design business and “navigates relationships with her friends and family, including her husband and new baby.” HGTV president Jane Latman added: “Everyone is rooting for her and her family as they build a whole new life.”

Christina on the Coast Trailer

HGTV has not released an official trailer for season 2 yet. However, you can head to their official website if you wish to check out the latest clips and released episodes from the series.

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