Magnolia Network Announces Series of Cable and Streaming Premieres for August


Magnolia Network TODAY unveiled its slew of cable and streaming premieres for the entire month of August. New content this month includes the premieres of Recipe Lost and Found, The Art of Vintage, Capturing Home, Rental Redo, Diary of an Old Home and Baked in Tradition; new seasons of In with the Old and Bargain Mansions; and a new Magnolia Workshop series, Cook Like a Chef: Recipes for the Home Cook with Chef KATIE button (Magnolia app only).

Additionally, the network announced three new original shows slated to premiere this fall: BIG SKY Kitchen with Eduardo Garcia (wt), La Pitchoune: Cooking in France and Weekend Makeover with DIY expert Jenni Yolo. The network has also renewed Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry for a third season and Restored for a seventh season, both of which are set to premiere in the coming months.

Screeners for the new August episodes will be made available throughout the month on For screener requests or assistance accessing episodes, please contact Taylor Griffin ([email protected]).

Recipe Lost and Found – NEW SERIES – Classically trained chef and food anthropologist Casey Corn is on a journey to help people rediscover their lost family recipes by delving into each family’s history and culture to uncover the magic behind the dish reveal.
New episodes every Friday starting August 5 (streaming only)

The Art of the Vintage – NEW SERIES

Vintage dealers and designers KATIE Saro creates unique spaces for her clients and shares her unique styling and design tips as she transforms her own home room by room.
New episodes every Saturday at 12pm EST starting August 6 (Streaming + Cable)

Capturing Home – NEW SERIES

Designers Amy Neunsinger and Kate Martindale draw inspiration from homeowners’ personal stories to create individual, one-of-a-kind spaces for their families to gather.
New episodes every Saturday at 1pm EST starting August 6 (Streaming + Cable)

In With the Old – NEW SEASON

Designers, builders, and old home enthusiasts in cities and towns across America are reinventing and transforming abandoned buildings, preserving their historical integrity while giving them a new purpose.
Wednesdays at 8pm EST starting August 24 (Streaming + Cable)

Bargain Villas – NEW SEASON

For restoration expert Tamara Day, the bigger the house, the greater the challenge. A native of Kansas City, Missouri, he is passionate about restoring neglected great homes and bringing them back to life for new families to love
Thursday at 9pm EST beginning August 25 (cable only)

Rental Redo – NEW SERIES

Designer Keyanna Bowen is passionate about rental home renovations and she’ll show you how NOT have to spend a lot of money to make a big impact. She shares cost-saving tips while updating rental properties to make renters feel more at home
New episodes every Friday starting August 26 (streaming only)

Diary of an old home – NEW SERIES

Homeowners offer an intimate look at the original features and modern renovations that make their vintage homes unique. They also share a passion for understanding and preserving the diverse history of their properties.
New episodes every Friday starting August 26 (streaming only)

Baked in Tradition (fka Against the Grain) – NEW SERIES

Baker Bryan Ford travels to bakeries across New York City and sheds light on the baking traditions of different cultures. He samples and discusses baked goods that may not be getting the mainstream attention they deserve, and points out how similar certain treats are despite being from different countries.
New episodes every Sunday starting August 28 (streaming + cable)

Cook Like a Chef: Recipes for the Home Cook – NEW MAGNOLIA WORKSHOP COURSE

cook KATIE Button invites you into her kitchen to learn basic cooking techniques and tips for preparing delicious recipes that you can refer to for years to come.
The full workshop course will be available on the Magnolia app only on Friday, August 19th

The following Magnolia Network original series will air on cable throughout August. The schedule is subject to change. All times in Eastern Standard Time:

Van Go | Mondays at 8pm & 8:30pm (ends August 8th)
Maine Hüttenmeister | Mondays at 9 a.m
Recovery of Galveston | Tuesdays at 8 p.m
In with the old | Wednesdays at 8 p.m
Modernize with Brooke and Brice | Fridays at 8 p.m. (ends August 12; concurrent with streaming premieres on Discovery+)
Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines | Sundays at 1pm (ends August 28)
Zoe bakes | Sundays at 2pm (last 6 episodes of S2 concurrent with streaming premieres on Discovery+)
Bargain Hunting on the Reno Beach | Sundays at 9 a.m

Newly announced shows coming to Magnolia Network this fall include:

Big Sky Kitchen with Eduardo Garcia (wt): Montana-based chef Eduardo Garcia invites viewers into his kitchen, where he prepares delicious homemade dishes from his unique Latin American and Jewish heritage using fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Produced by Linguine, six half-hour episodes
Weekend Makeover: In this series, DIY expert Jenni Yolo refreshes a room in a family member’s, client’s or friend’s house over the course of a weekend.
Produced by RIVR Media, nine half-hour episodes
La Pitchoune: Cooking in France: Cooking in France follows four friends who run a cooking school in Julia Child’s former home. Students from all over the world come to learn French cooking techniques THE KITCHEN where Julia cooked and wrote some of her most famous recipes.
Produced by Citizen, seven-hour episodes

With more than 350 hours of premium, unscripted content from an ever-growing roster of creators across the home, food, garden, design, entrepreneurship and arts, Magnolia Network Originals’ robust roster covers the entire program FIXED TOP alongside Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, Family Dinner, Homegrown, Restoration Road with Clint Harp, First Time Fixer, Super Dad, Inn the Works, Van Go, Growing Floret and The Johnnyswim Show.

Magnolia Network content now streams exclusively on Discovery+ and the Magnolia app. The network made its linear debut on January 5, 2022.


Magnolia Network is a media joint venture between Chip and Joanna Gaines and Discovery, Inc. consisting of a family-friendly library of high-quality, Emmy Award-winning original content streamed on Discovery+, a multi-brand app and cable network. At Magnolia Network, we believe in telling life’s stories authentically and giving our viewers the opportunity to step out of their comfort zones and try new things. We aim to entertain through intelligent, multi-layered storytelling that inspires creativity, preserves beauty and sparks curiosity. Here we are creating a space where we hope viewers will feel that their time with us is never wasted but is well spent.

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