HGTV has announced it has ordered a second season of Flip or Flop Nashville after Season 1 delivered impressive ratings.
Season 2 of the spinoff is slated to premiere in early 2019.
Flip or Flop Nashville, which reached over 9.7 million viewers over the course of its first season, has been renewed for 12 half-hour episodes.
The show features exes-turned-business partners, DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner, as they renovate and sell homes together. They run a successful house-flipping business despite having ended their marriage years ago.
Flip or Flop Nashville will show DeRon, a licensed contractor, and Page, a seasoned real estate agent, transforming older Nashville properties into modern, stylish and functional family homes.
"Page and DeRon's chemistry, unique work relationship and expertise as house flippers is such compelling television that audiences couldn't get enough of their dynamic and neither could we," HGTV executive John Feld said in a statement.
DeRon and Page's dynamic is similar to the relationship of original Flip or Flop stars Christina El Moussa and Tarek El Moussa, who split in May 2016 and filed divorce paperwork in January 2017. However, the couple continued to work together and filmed new Season 7 episodes of their show.