Flip or Flop Ft. Worth is set to premiere on HGTV in November.

HGTV has announced Flip or Flop Ft. Worth starring military veterans Andy Williams and Ashley Williams will premiere Thursday, November 2 at 9PM ET/PT.

The nine-episode season will follow Andy, a real estate agent and home renovation expert, and his wife, designer Ashley, as they purchase some of Fort Worth's most rundown properties and transform them into lovely family homes.

Andy and Ashley first appeared on HGTV earlier this year in Flipping Texas, the pilot episode for what the network is now rebranding as Flip or Flop Ft. Worth. The Flipping Texas pilot originally aired on HGTV earlier this year on February 23, but was rebroadcast several times afterwards.

The couple, who met while serving in the United States Armed Forces in Iraq, are also the parents of two young children.

"Each property we buy has its own unique problems," Andy said in a statement. "Ashley and I have learned that when doing a flip, we need to make the best use of the home's space. This is the most critical change we can make to add the most value."

Andy and Ashley's goal on the series will be to transform fixer-uppers while maintaining a home's original features that appeal most to buyers.

The series also will highlight the pair's commitment to hiring fellow veterans to assist with their projects -- including landscape designer Andrew Turner, who helps Andy and Ashley add curb appeal to several homes during the season.

"Our flips can get a bit chaotic," explained Ashley. "But that's good when flipping a house because it means things are rolling and you're getting closer to selling the home for top dollar."

HGTV's Flip or Flop franchise debuted in 2013 and starred Southern California couple Tarek El Moussa and Christina El Moussa, who filed for divorce earlier this year.

The franchise already premiered Flip or Flop Las Vegas in April and a second spinoff Flip or Flop Atlanta spinoff this past summer.

Flip or Flop Nashville and Flip or Flop Chicago are also slated to premiere by the end of 2018.

"Because every market is unique, there was an opportunity to highlight what works in various regions by featuring successful people in different locations who had mastered the art of flipping in their town," HGTV executive Allison Page told Us Weekly in a statement at the time Flip or Flop's five spinoffs were announced.
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