'Flipping Out' to premiere Season 11 in September on Bravo
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 08/01/2018
Flipping Out is returning with a brand new season next month.
Bravo has announced the eleventh season ofFlipping Out will premiere Tuesday, September 11 at 10PM ET/PT.
House-flipper and father, Jeff Lewis, will find himself in uncharted territory, as he'll need to refocus his energies this season.
Since Jeff's family has become his priority, his goals have changed and he'll be taking on fewer clients in order to flip properties more efficiently.
With employees coming and going, however, "restructuring is easier said than done," according to the network.
"As pressures rise and tempers flare," Jeff will find himself leaning on his partner Gage Edward and executive assistant Jenni Pulos more than ever in order to keep the business and his personal life together.
The staff at Jeff Lewis Design will therefore be operating on a regimented schedule, especially since Jeff and Gage's daughter Monroe is now calling the shots in her fathers' lives.
Flipping Out's new season will feature Jeff consumed by the still-ongoing renovations at his Valley Vista property and bringing in two project managers to help keep things on track; however, his plan will backfire.
And having just returned to work from maternity leave, Jenni must navigate the new office dynamic amidst the chaos.
Meanwhile, the newest addition to the team, Tyler Meyerkorth, must take on the role of Jeff's full-time assistant and right-hand man in her absence, and longtime employee, Megan Weaver, will be shown picking up the slack.
"But tension builds as Jeff struggles to relinquish control," according to Bravo. "As employees fail to perform up to his perfectionist standards, it becomes clear that no one is safe and the threat of being let go looms."
Flipping Out is produced by Authentic Entertainment with Jeff, Lauren Lexton, Billy Taylor, and Jenni Pulos serving as executive producers. About The Author:Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.