This article was originally published on 8/14/2020. It has been updated to reflect new information.
The preview of Chip and Joanna Gaines's Magnolia Network is officially here! From the Fixer Upper reboot to Jo's new cooking show, you can now catch pilots of the TV network's highly anticipated series on discovery+. While Magnolia Network doesn't have a launch date just yet, we've got good news for fans who love to binge watch. The entire season of The Lost Kitchen is dropping on discovery+ on Tuesday, January 26.
The Lost Kitchen features Erin French and her restaurant of the same name. After leaving her hometown of Maine, French returned and opened her restaurant, which has a staff of all women, who didn't have much culinary training when they were hired. Typically, the restaurant serves about 50 people a night, and the only way to make a reservation is to send a post card.
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Leading up to the launch of Magnolia Network, Chip and Jo created a digital series to virtually catch up with the people behind their new TV network's shows. The renovation experts created the Road to Launch series so that viewers can get to know the "Magnolia Storytellers" better and learn how they're dealing with these challenging times. In August, Jo took to Instagram to share the first episode, which spotlights French.
"Who she is and what she stands for really captured Jo and I's heart," Chip says of French at the beginning of the video."But just like with most of the restaurants in America, she has had to shut her doors due to COVID-19. So we wanted to see how she's doing." Jo adds: "We also just wanted to give you a little more insight of her show and what's that gonna be."
Since they could only serve at a quarter capacity (which is just 12 people at the Lost Kitchen), French says it didn't make a lot of sense to open the restaurant. "You want people to come into the space, and you want them to feel like they're in your home. And I can't do that right now if I'm covered in a mask." French tells Chip and Jo. "This is supposed to be a place to get away and relax and forget about it all. And so something about opening this space up doesn't feel right to me." Instead, French has been working on other projects that she's been wanting to explore but never had a chance to while the restaurant was open.
One of the projects she and her team have been tackling is an online farmer's market with fresh, local food. They've also started offering lunch (outdoors, of course), something they've never done before. And since she's always wanted places for people to stay the night after eating at the Lost Kitchen, she's building cabins near the restaurant.
When Chip asks about how she feels going forward, French admits there are moments that can be devastating when she goes to the restaurant and wonders if it's over. "But we have to get over that, and I keep telling myself, 'You just have to forget everything you thought you know.' Dining out has completely changed, and it's what you're going to make it to be now because we have to find a way to be together in a safe way. And socialize. And feed our mental health because it was never all about the way everything tasted. It was about making people feel good together. So how do we get back to that?"
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Magnolia Network Renews 9 Series, Sets Expanded Fall Slate (Exclusive)
A month after its highly anticipated launch, Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network solidifying its slate for the fall and beyond.
Magnolia Network has handed out season two renewals for eight of its original series: Family Dinner, First Time Fixer, Homegrown, Inn the Works, The Lost Kitchen, Point of View: A Designer Profile, Restoration Road With Clint Harp and Super Dad. Flagship series Magnolia Table With Joanna Gaines has also been picked up for a fourth and fifth season, with a launch later this year likely.
Additionally, Magnolia Network has picked up three new titles that will launch on the Discovery+ platform in the fall: The Katie Button Project with four time James Beard Award-nominee chef Katie Button, An American Story and In With the Old. The trio beefs up a fall slate that also includes previously announced unscripted offerings including Art in Bloom With Helen Dealtry, The Established Home (previously known as Jean Stoffer Design) and Making Modern With Brooke and Brice.
“On the heels of a successful July 15 launch on Discovery+, we are pleased to announce renewals of nine Magnolia Network originals in addition to three new titles slated to drop later this year,” said Allison Page, global president of magnolia and DTC. “We are thrilled to welcome these new stories and their storytellers to Magnolia Network. Whether it’s restoring homes and abandoned structures, cooking new dishes or exploring and uncovering hidden gems throughout the country, these new shows and workshops celebrate experiences we can share with one another –— the kinds of shows you can watch with friends and family alike!”
In the works since late 2018, the Gainses picked up their first series for Magnolia Network in October 2019. The formal launch of the Magnolia Network on Discovery+ was delayed as the pandemic forced production on lifestyle shows to be shut down. Magnolia Network was available on Discovery+ on the latter platform’s debut in January, with a sizable slate of originals unveiled in July. The linear launch is earmarked for January 2022, when the DIY network is rebranded as Magnolia Network.
Here’s a full list of Magnolia Network’s fall slate, along with premiere dates:
Rebuilding Hope: The Children of 9/11 – new documentary to premiere Sept. 7
- Four families with children who were born after their fathers perished on 9/11 share their stories of bravery and inspiration. They also reflect on how they rebuilt hope for their futures and came of age over the past 20 years.
- Making Modern with Brooke and Brice – new series to premiere Sept. 10
- Married duo Brooke and Brice Gilliam have flipped the script on traditional home renovation roles—with Brooke as the builder and Brice as the designer. As more clients seek out their work, they take a leap of faith to launch a home remodeling business.
- An American Story – new series to premiere Sept. 24
- This inspiring anthology series celebrates remarkable people hidden in the fabric of America and reveals the inspirational stories they have to share.
- In With the Old – new series to premiere Oct. 1
- Designers, builders and old-home enthusiasts in small towns and big cities across America reimagine and transform abandoned structures by preserving their historical integrity while giving them new purpose.
- Art in Bloom with Helen Dealtry – new series to premiere Oct. 29
- Artist Helen Dealtry gives a glimpse into her creative process in this studio-based painting series, sharing the how-to of her original creations from start to finish.
- The Established Home (f.k.a. Jean Stoffer Design) – new series to premiere Nov. 19
- Designer Jean Stoffer takes on some of her most ambitious projects to date around her hometown of Grand Rapids, MI. She shares the inspiration behind her stunning designs, as well as the important role family plays in her life and business.
- The Katie Button Project (wt) – new series to premiere TBD this fall
- Award-winning chef and restaurateur Katie Button explores the origins and stories behind different delicious ingredients. She also shares her knowledge of cooking techniques to inspire others to be more curious, creative and joyful cooks.
- Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines – Season 4 and 5 Premieres
- Infused with her warmth and passion for all things family, Joanna Gaines spends time in the kitchen sharing her favorite recipes, where they come from and why she finds herself returning to them time and time again.
- Family Dinner – Season 2 Premiere
- Host Andrew Zimmern visits families across America to explore how the cultural, regional and historical facets of who we are inform what and how we eat.
- First Time Fixer – Season 2 Premiere
- First-time house renovators take their home renovation dreams into their own hands and experience the risk and reward that comes with trying something new.
- Homegrown – Season 2 Premiere
- Atlanta-based farmer Jamila Norman helps families transform their outdoor spaces into beautiful and functional backyard farms while exploring the joy and benefits of growing your own food.
- Inn the Works – Season 2 Premiere
- After her epic renovation in Big Bear, CA, Lindsey Kurowski is back and ready to go even bigger. Joined by a few new faces, Lindsey will look to bring back the historic Springs Inn located in the Berkshires, Massachusetts. With a keen sense of design, her skilled team and a bit of luck, she will turn this sleepy inn into a vacationer’s dream.
- The Lost Kitchen – Season 2 Premiere
- Erin French followed her passion and opened a restaurant in her hometown of Freedom, Maine. Travelers from all over the world gather at The Lost Kitchen to enjoy Erin’s locally inspired and sourced menu.
- Point of View: A Designer Profile – Season 2 Premiere
- Giving a behind-the-curtain look into the mind of interior designers, this anthology series lets us in on their creative processes and introduces the inspirations and influences that shape their designs.
- Restoration Road with Clint Harp – Season 2 Premiere
- Carpenter Clint Harp hits the road in search of incredible historical structures across the country that are in need of restoration, while exploring their origins and dreaming of their futures.
- Super Dad – Season 2 Premiere
- Father and DIY expert Taylor Calmus, along with his team of skilled builders, help aspiring DIY dads turn their kids’ outrageous backyard dreams into playtime realities.
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Erin French and 'the Magic of the Lost Kitchen' Returns for Season 2 — Watch the Trailer
The ladies of the Lost Kitchenare back!
The new season of Maine chef Erin French's hit show from Chip and Joanna Gaines' Magnolia Network premieres with two episodes on Friday Oct. 22 on discovery+ and the Magnolia app — and PEOPLE has a first look.
"We got knocked down last year and we stood back up and here we are," French says in the opening of the trailer.
French turned Freedom, a remote Maine town with only 719 residents, into a world-famous foodie destination with her restaurant (also named the Lost Kitchen). People visit from far and wide to taste her elegant but humble cooking style, using whatever produce is nearby and in season.
Season 1 documented how French and her all-women staff navigated the COVID-19 pandemic and the unexpected challenges it caused for the restaurant industry. French closed reservations for some time, opened a food market, and moved diners outdoors — all of which caused her to rethink the location of their kitchen.
Now, in season 2, the beloved indoor dining room is open after more than 20 months.
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"The magic of the Lost Kitchen was never defined by the four walls around us," she says. "When your best ingredient is love, that's what makes it right there. It's what we bring to the table that's the magic, the magic that we have inside of us, and we can take that anywhere."
Located about halfway between Augusta and Bangor, the town of Freedom is accessible only by car — a scenic trip through lush woods and rolling farmlands. This has always posed a challenge for guests (though it certaintly doesn't stop them from entering the restaurant's postcard reservtion lottery!) — so French created a solution.
"I've always had this dream to create a space for our guests to come and spend the night," she says in the trailer. This season will show off the gorgeous cabins French and her husband, Michael Dutton, built for this purpose.
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"We can dream bigger and be more creative. Now it's like, 'Let's push our limits real hard and see what we're really made of!' " adds French. "Every hard thing we go through, we become stronger, we become a better team."
Season 2 of The Lost Kitchen premieres on Friday Oct. 22, on discovery+ and the Magnolia app.
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