Monday, April 22, 2024

New trailer for Farmhouse Fixer and Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp

People Magazine posted a new article and trailer for the new season of Farmhouse Fixer and the spin-off "Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp"! Click here to watch!

Jonathan Knight Reveals Farmhouse Fixer Season 3 'Is Going to Be a Bit Intense' in New Trailer (Exclusive)

The teaser also features his brother and fellow NKOTB bandmate Jordan Knight, who will appear with Jonathan in the summer special 'Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp'

From uncovering hidden underground wells to moving a fully-constructed home to a new location, Jonathan Knight has faced many challenges while restoring properties on the first two seasons of HGTV's Farmhouse Fixer. 

In a new trailer for season 3, premiering exclusively with PEOPLE, however, it appears his biggest challenges are still ahead. 

"Old homes are riddled with risk: risk of age, risk of crazy obstacles, risk of the unexpected, risk of blowing your budget. But without risk, there's no reward," Knight says in the video teasing the upcoming season, which follows him and his designer partner Kristina Crestin as they renovate historic houses around New England.  

The tricky renovations involve tackling one of their oldest houses (and uncovering "demon trap folklore") from the 1700s; returning to a home connected to the Salem witch trials after a broken pipe damaged their earlier work; and battling the elements to renovate a lighthouse keeper’s home on a remote island accessible only by boat.

"This year is gong to be a bit intense," says Knight, 55, of the eight episode season, which premieres Tuesday, April 23. But, he declares, "The biggest risk is not taking a risk at all." 

For Knight — who first catapulted to fame in the late '80s as a member of the New Kids on the Block with bandmates Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood and younger brother Jordan — his home design life has become a family affair. 

The trailer also offers a preview of Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp, a special series premiering this summer that documents Knight's journey of buying and renovating a dilapidated cabin — and features brother Jordan, husband Harley Rodriguez and other members of his family.

In the clip above, viewers can see the brothers cautiously entering the rickety old cabin in the woods, knocking down shaky walls, and dealing with unexpected problems like dangerous black mold. "I'm starting to think to myself, 'What have I done?'" Jonathan says in the video.

This isn't the first time Jordan has appeared on the network with his older brother. Last year, the pair teamed up on Rock the Block's Kitchen Showdown and starred together on Farmhouse Fixer's second season during a renovation of a home owned by their family.

Although Jonathan is no stranger to working with members of his family — he and Jordan have been recording and performing together with NKOTB for decades — he told PEOPLE in 2022 that having them involved with his restoration and design work took some adjustment.

"It was a little weird at first," Jonathan, who first began renovating and flipping homes in 1994, told PEOPLE. "I'm so used to doing things that are New Kids related with my brother but then, all of a sudden, we're talking about kitchen sinks and stuff. But it was pretty cool to have him and the family on the show."

This summer, Jonathan will swap his hammer for a microphone as NKOTB hits the road for The Magic Summer 2024 Tour, a nostalgic nod to their record-breaking stadium tour in 1990. They will be joined by DJ Jazzy Jeff and Paula Abdul on a string of North American dates at mostly outdoor amphitheaters and venues, beginning at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio on June 14 before wrapping up in Noblesville, Ind. on Aug. 25. 

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