‘Good Bones’ is an American reality television series that airs on HGTV. Although the name of of the show makes it sound like its one on orthopedics, ‘Good Bones’ is actually a show about house renovation and follows a mother-daughter duo as they go about renovating homes in their neighbourhood.
‘Good Bones’ is not a very recent show, and Season 1, consisting of 11 episodes, first made its way to viewers’ screens on March 22, 2016. After receiving a favourable response from audiences, HGTV renewed the show for a 13-episode second season, which then premiered on May 30, 2017. The show was again renewed, and Season 3, consisting of 13 episodes also, premiered on April 3, 2018. Since the premiere of Season 3, fans of the show had been clamouring to see the mother-daughter duo return to action. The good news for them is that their wishes have been fulfilled and ‘Good Bones’ is indeed returning for a fourth season. Here’s everything you need to know about the cast, plot, and release date of Season 4.
Good Bones Cast: Who is in it?
‘Good Bones’ primarily revolves around its central mother-daughter duo – Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak – who have been running a house renovation business, called Two Chicks and a Hammer, in Indianapolis since 2008. Yet, neither Laine nor Starsiak had any prior experience before they dove headfirst into the house renovation business.
Laine is a lawyer by profession and was working as a defence attorney prior to starting the business. Being a lawyer, wife, and a mother, many might expect Laine to be a very serious woman. But, she’s not – she has a wild side to herself and is known for throwing epic parties with “Fun people. Easy-to-eat food. Music. Adult beverages.”
Laine’s daughter Starsiak also comes from a very different background that one you’d expect a house renovator to have. A real-estate agent by profession, Starsiak was working as a waitress at Pizzology before she went into business with her mother. Despite being younger, Starsiak insists that she’s the more mature of the two – “She’s [Laine is] the kid, and I’m the mom,” Starsiak had told the Los Angeles Times, and had added that Laine had a fun, “hippie” personality.
Apart from Lane and Starsiak, the Two Chicks and a Hammer business is also supported by others – Starsiak’s half-brother Tad heads the demolition crew, while Lenny is the head contractor who also takes part in construction activities.