Is ‘No Demo Reno’ Returning for Another Season?

Jenn Todryk hosts No Demo Reno

HGTV Jenn Todryk hosts the HGTV series, 'No Demo Reno.'

Fans of “No Demo Reno” can rejoice! HGTV announced on Instagram that the freshman series will return for a second season in 2022. Filming is set to begin in January.

To celebrate the news, host and social media influencer Jenn Todryk shared behind-the-scenes clips and photos on her successful Instagram account, @theramblingredhead.

“Can’t wait to take y’all behind the scenes with me once again,” she wrote in the post’s caption. “Filming is planned to start end of January. Is making y’all wait a year for season two long enough?”

The designer added, “Feeling insanely blessed that I have y’all to do this journey with. Y’all will never understand how much this community encourages me through these endeavors. I am beyond grateful for y’all!”

Todryk has amassed one million followers on Instagram, focusing on her life as a mother and her tips on design and beauty. Having done a “no demo reno” in her own home, she parlayed that into a 10-episode first season which ran from March to May 2021. In it, she works with homeowners to transform their spaces without major demolition, combining “clever design solutions and cost-saving ideas,” according to the series description.

“Changing a house’s floorplan takes time and money,” Todryk explained in a previous press release. “It adds up quick and sometimes you don’t need it. You can fall in love with your house all over again, but without the sweat and money that goes along with a full demolition.”

She added, “My goal is to give my clients a million dollar reveal without any major demolition. My favorite part about this job is showing people the potential in the homes they already own. Things that they never thought could be were there the entire time.”

Todryk Was Asked About a Possible Second Season in May

Todryk was asked about a possible second season in a May interview with KDFW Fox 4 in Texas.

“Let’s see what happens, you know what I mean,” she responded. “I love the TV show. The opportunity is amazing; it’s life-changing, you know. I’m very thankful and blessed to like have the opportunity to do that and have a husband who supports me and wants to do it too.”

At the time, the Texas resident revealed she was expanding the business she owns with her husband, Armor Coffee Co. On June 29, 2021, she revealed they bought a brewery.

She added, “So life is just a bunch of steps for us and it’s kind of like what we’re doing now. What’s the next step? What’s the next step after that?”

Strong First Season Ratings Hinted at a Possible Season 2

A second season does not come as much of a surprise, with HGTV revealing in a June press release that the show has performed well on cable and online.

“No Demo Reno” had more than 25.1 million viewers in its first season, scoring particularly well with women between the ages of 25 and 54, HGTV announced. The network reported the series rated “as a top 5 new unscripted series across cable” among that demographic.

The series also had success digitally. HGTV announced in June that the premiere was the fourth most-watched episode on HBO Go since its March 25, 2021 debut. Promotional videos posted to HGTV’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts garnered more than 2.9 million views since the show premiered.

“Jenn has built her incredible Instagram following by being authentic, fun, funny and resourceful and, after only one season of ‘No Demo Reno,’ she already has captured a dedicated audience of millions on HGTV,” Jane Latman, the president of HGTV & Streaming Home Content for Discovery, Inc., said in a press release. “The show gives her fans a way to dig deeper and see more of Jenn’s sparkle while spotlighting her busy family life and her affordable, achievable home renovation ideas. There is so much more to come in season two!”

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