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Read previewHGTV stars Mina Starsiak Hawk and her mom Karen E. Laine are returning to "Good Bones" months after Hawk went public about the strain in their relationship. On their HGTV series, "Good Bones," which premiered in 2016, Hawk and Laine renovate homes in Indianapolis, Indiana, through their company Two Chicks and a Hammer. The series quickly became popular on the network, as did its spinoff, "Good Bones: Risky Business." Mina Starsiak Hawk costars on "Good Bones." AdvertisementHGTV announced 'Good Bones' will be returning with a limited seasonOn Wednesday, HGTV announced a new season of "Good Bones" will premiere on HGTV on August 14, nearly a year after season eight premiered.
Persons: , Mina Starsiak Hawk, Karen E, Laine, Hawk, William, Tad, Jessica, Stephen, Jack, Julie, Mina, Laine —, I've, Rachel Luna, we're, Michael Kovac, Laine didn't, it's, Karen, we've, HGTV's, Karen E Laine Organizations: Service, HGTV, Business, CR, Business Insider, Indy Locations: Indianapolis , Indiana, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Wilmington , North Carolina
While most people follow Zillow Gone Wild to gawk at the weird and bizarre features of other people's homes, some are looking to buy. And with Zillow Gone Wild and a host of other real-estate influencer accounts, a wild home is now easy to find. At the end of April, Leyendecker had a listing in Plymouth, Minnesota, posted on Zillow Gone Wild. Her guests are always amused to discover the home was listed on Zillow Gone Wild. "My husband was a little bit more reserved and nervous about sharing that the house was from Zillow Gone Wild.
Persons: Matt Kugizaki, Nick Levenhagen, Joshua, Nick, Kugizaki, Patrick Hasson, Levenhagen, Levenhagen aren't, Samir Mezrahi, Mezrahi, Kate Wagner, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Dodger Andre Ethier, Nick Leyendecker, Leyendecker, Hasson, Millennials, Ashley Spencer, it's, Spencer, home's, I've, Michelle Mastro, she's Organizations: House, HGTV, Los, Los Angeles Dodger, Homeowners Locations: Joshua Tree , California, Zillow, Gilbert , Arizona, San Luis Obispo , California, Colorado Springs , Colorado, Plymouth , Minnesota, Austin, Minneapolis
America has a serious ugly home problem
  + stars: | 2024-07-02 | by ( James Rodriguez | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +14 min
Recently she posted a video on her YouTube channel in which she phrased the question more bluntly: "Why are homes so 'ugly' now?" Most people agree that America needs more houses, but nobody seems all that thrilled with the ones being built. Related storiesThe blame for America's architectural nightmare, however, doesn't stop at production builders, rising costs, or local codes. Homes look this way because they're not just places where we live — they're also supposed to help us get rich. As they stare down these rising costs, builders and architects have almost no choice but to streamline or opt for cheaper design elements.
Persons: Bailey McInnes, McInnes, they're, James Wentling, John Burns, Peter Dennehy, They're, Dan Reynolds, Horton, Lennar, Kate Wagner, she's, , Wagner, Marcia Straub, William Morgan, it's, Queen Anne Organizations: HGTV, YouTube, Facebook, Builders, Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Association of Home Builders, John Burns Research, Consulting, Harvard's, for Housing Studies, Harvard, The Locations: Northern Virginia, America, homebuilding, Providence , Rhode Island
We spent thousands and flexed our HGTV muscles in every corner of that house, but looking back, I'd say these five cheap upgrades made the biggest difference. Jessica Ulysses GrantPeel-and-stick wallpapers couldn't be easier to install, and the busy patterns are extremely forgiving of uneven walls. Jessica Ulysses GrantThe diverse range of patterns available ensures there is something to suit every taste, every room, and every home. A fresh coat of white paint is an instant facelift for an old houseA coat of paint can make a world of difference in a home. Jessica Ulysses GrantI worked in the hotel industry for many years, so I know how important a good bed is.
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When Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive, introduced a generative artificial intelligence feature for the company’s search engine last month, he and his colleagues demonstrated the new capability with six text-based queries that the public could try out. The questions included “how do you clean a fabric sofa” and “what should I use to get a coffee stain out of my carpet.” These were intended to highlight how Google’s new feature, A.I. Overviews, could generate full and useful information summaries above traditional search results. But by Friday, only one of the six queries still yielded an A.I. Users loudly complained on social media about the mistakes, in many cases outright making fun of Google.
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Below, we'll break down all of your Interview with the Vampire Season 2 watch options. Where to watch Interview with the Vampire in the USInterview with the Vampire airs at 9 p.m. Shop at SlingWhere to watch Interview with the Vampire in the UKSeason 1 of Interview with the Vampire is available to stream for free through BBC iPlayer in the UK. This can also be used to watch Interview with a Vampire for free via TVNZ in New Zealand. How to watch Interview with the Vampire with a VPNSign up for a VPN if you don't already have one.
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The bundle is making a comeback
  + stars: | 2024-05-09 | by ( Lauren Edmonds | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +1 min
Discovery announced a new bundle service. The new bundle will include Disney+, Hulu, and Max. The streaming bundle will become available to viewers this summer. Discovery announced a new streaming bundle service combining Disney+, Hulu, and Max. The companies unveiled the streaming bundle service on Wednesday in a press release.
Persons: Max, Organizations: Disney, Warner Bros . Discovery, Service, Disney Entertainment, ABC, FX, Food Network, Marvel, HGTV, CNN Locations: Hulu
This post originally appeared in the Insider Today newsletter. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . On the agenda:But first: Get in, we're going to the Met Gala. An aerial shot shows Jared Leto on the red carpet at the 2023 Met Gala.
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Check out new shows like "A Man in Full" and "The Veil" this weekend. Anne Hathaway's new movie and Jerry Seinfeld's "Unfrosted" are streaming now too. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementWhether you're looking for something sexy, goofy, or serious, there are plenty of options for what to watch this weekend.
Persons: Anne Hathaway's, Jerry Seinfeld's, There's, Organizations: Service, Business
HGTV's new show "Zillow Gone Wild" premieres May 3rd. AdvertisementHost Jack McBrayer tours one "Zillow Gone Wild" home with its owner Tracy Turco. Zillow Gone Wild is now driven by mostly user submissions, its founder tells BI. The "Pink Palace" is one home featured on HGTV's new show "Zillow Gone Wild." "Zillow Gone Wild" airs 10:30 p.m. on Fridays on HGTV and is streaming on Max.
Persons: , Jack McBrayer, Kenneth, Tracy Turco, Samir Mezrahi, Mezrahi, perusing, Dan Latu, Magda Gabor, Gabor, glamor, McBrayer Organizations: Service, HGTV, NBC, Hollywood Regency, Hollywood, Max Locations: Instagram, North Carolina, California, Palm Springs, Hollywood, Florida
Read previewEvy Rivera and Jacob Evans were looking to put down roots when they found their dream fixer-upper. AdvertisementAfter watching the series, Rivera and Evans fell in love with the idea of renovating a dated property while maintaining its integrity. "We had seen quite a few Victorian homes already in other parts of New York," Rivera said. Evy Rivera and Jacob Evans bought a Victorian home from the 1800s. Evy Rivera and Jacob Evans"It's not a glamorous life at all," Rivera said of restoring their home.
Persons: , Evy Rivera, Jacob Evans, Rivera, Evans, Jacobs, Dwight Reynolds, It's, They've, They're, it's Organizations: Service, Business, HGTV Locations: Denver, Florida, Instagram, New York, Pennsylvania, Earlville , New York
download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . From the home shortage to having higher debt compared to their parents during the same stage of life, it hasn't been easy. AdvertisementBut millennials, the eldest of the group being in their early 40s, aren't giving up. Still, while some millennials are spending seven figures buying and renovating their homes, others are giving up on homeownership completely. Why Masters merch is so coveted.
Persons: , let's, Alyssa Powell, millennials, homeownership, they're, Brigette Muller, Kinga Krzeminska, you've, Mikel Jaso, It's, Christian Petersen, merch, Rob Hobson, Rob Hobson Skip, Hobson, bagels, Tyler Le, Patti Stanger, Robert Downey Jr, Brandy Hellville, Kate Taylor, Joi, Marie McKenzie, Jordan Parker Erb, Dan DeFrancesco, Lisa Ryan Organizations: Business, Service, HGTV, EU, Getty Locations: Brooklyn, Italy, Swiss, New York
However, WBD's upcoming reboot of the DC universe may help move the needle for Max, according to Bank of America lead media analyst Jessica Reif Ehrlich. AdvertisementWBD is now rebooting its superhero franchise with the DC Universe, or DCU for short, which will have films with interconnected storylines like Marvel has. Reif Ehrlich said new DC films and series could be cross-sold across Max, cable, and free, ad-supported streaming TV channels. AdvertisementAlthough WBD's cable channels are suffering as millions of US households cut the cord, Reif Ehrlich said this dual-distribution method is an effective marketing mechanism. "WBD can employ this same playbook to promote the launch of the new DC universe and other high-value content," Reif Ehrlich wrote.
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Peyton Wright and Chris Lambton also never interacted on-screen, but they met through friends from Bachelor Nation. Wright and Lambton in May 2012. She later appeared on the first season of "Bachelor Pad." "I'm so glad Andy Baldwin left me standing there on that aircraft carrier," Wright told People ahead of the couple's one-year anniversary in 2013. The couple hosted the HGTV show "Going Yard," which ran for two seasons.
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What makes a house a home? On Tuesday night, that question floated in the delicately candle-scented air of a three-story penthouse apartment on lower Fifth Avenue in Manhattan where the interior designer Jeremiah Brent lives with his husband and fellow designer, Nate Berkus, and their two children. An intimate gathering of about 30 guests had assembled to celebrate the publication of Mr. Brent’s first book, “The Space That Keeps You,” a collection of photos and stories of interesting people and their enviable houses. For Mr. Brent, who along with Mr. Berkus is a mainstay on HGTV with shows like “The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project,” a home is a “weird blend of space and place.”
Persons: Jeremiah Brent, Nate Berkus, Brent’s, Brent, Berkus, Nate, Organizations: HGTV, Jeremiah Locations: Manhattan
Tarek El Moussa spoke to BI about flipping luxury homes. AdvertisementTarek El Moussa is peeling back the curtain on luxury homes. AdvertisementThe details make the differenceAccording to El Moussa, "details and texture" are the key to elevating high-end homes. Tarek and Heather Rae El Moussa on "The Flipping El Moussas." But luxury owners still love the trend, which can lead to a lot of work during the flipping process, El Moussa said.
Persons: Tarek El Moussa, , Christina Hall, Tarek, Heather Rae El Moussa, El, El Moussa, HGTV El Moussa Organizations: Service, HGTV, Business Locations: California
Business Insider spoke to Tarek El Moussa ahead of the release of his book, "Flip Your Life." El Moussa said building starter homes in California typically isn't profitable. "I can't tell you how to build a house in California today and make money unless it's a high-end home," El Moussa said. Tarek and Heather Rae El Moussa on "The Flipping El Moussas." Lisette GatliffFor El Moussa, remaining flexible as the market changes has been key to his success, particularly regarding location.
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Office relationships are a cohesion killerRomantic relationships in the office destroy cohesion, the magical quality that's fueled by trust and transparency and drives positive business outcomes. That could have been a reason HGTV hired a slew of married couples, to lure talent to their headquarters. AdvertisementMarriages and romantic relationships go sideways, and the fallout can be intenseNot all relationships last forever. When romantic work relationships fall apart, it's usually the woman who's harshly judged in the aftermath. And while I understood the dynamics of people meeting in the workplace, I didn't permit romantic relationships among coworkers.
Persons: Denise Conroy, , who's, what's Organizations: Service, HGTV, Fortune Locations: Knoxville , Tennessee, New York, Los Angeles
AdvertisementAt the top of the book, El Moussa recounts his experience living in a partially bulldozed apartment when he was 20. It's a far cry from the multimillion-dollar homes he regularly flips with his wife, Heather Rae El Moussa, these days. "It was the most difficult period of my life," El Moussa told BI of the divorce. El Moussa eventually met former "Selling Sunset" star Heather Rae El Moussa (née Young) in 2019, and she brought him "back to life." AdvertisementHis commitment to putting his kids first is part of what makes El Moussa wake up so early each day.
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The service will launch this fall and cater to sports fans who don't subscribe to the traditional cable bundle. One person associated with the launch of the new venture told CNBC the platform will be "a monster" and massively disrupt cable TV. Cable TV has been relegated to an add-on that helps keep people subscribing to high-speed internet. The cable bundle has largely survived because it still contains exclusive live news and sports. Previously, the only way for cord cutters to get ESPN outside the cable bundle would have been that coming service.
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Ticketholders will be the first to have access to the limited-edition cups, which will be available in both black and white. The Utah Jazz will be selling exclusive Stanley Quenchers emblazoned with the Jazz logo at the team's next home game against the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday, February 4. The drop is part of a multi-year agreement between Stanley and the Jazz. Stanley is particularly popular in Utah. If Stanley's recent drops are any indication, the Jazz cups should be a hot commodity.
Persons: Stanley, Stanley Quenchers, Lainey Wilson, Joanna Gaines Organizations: Delta Center, Jazz, Utah Jazz, Milwaukee Bucks, Starbucks, eBay, HGTV Locations: Utah
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewTarek El Moussa has become an expert house flipper throughout his career, as anyone who has watched his HGTV shows knows. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Since he married Heather Rae El Moussa in 2021, the couple have started teaming up on flips in California, as they document on their series "The Flipping El Moussas." On Wednesday, they celebrated the sale of their most recent flip, which was taken off the market in less than a week.
Persons: , Tarek El Moussa, Heather Rae El Moussa, El Organizations: Service, HGTV, Business Locations: California
Warner Bros Discovery boss’s payday is toast
  + stars: | 2023-11-27 | by ( Jennifer Saba | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +4 min
The Warner Bros Discovery (WBD.O) chief executive will have to more than double the value of the media company if he wants to collect a lavish $200 million compensation package awarded when Discovery agreed to merge with Warner Media in 2021. The news sent shares plunging 19%, the largest one-day drop since Discovery merged with Warner Media. Its current value is over $18 billion when applying Bernstein’s multiple of 8 times EBITDA. At the end of September, the company had net leverage – after deducting $2.4 billion cash – of 4.2 times EBITDA. Shares of Warner Bros Discovery fell 19% on that day.
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1 thing you can do to set yourself up for success is leaving emotion out of the equation. That's according to HGTV stars Drew and Jonathan Scott, better known as the Property Brothers. The duo tell CNBC Make It that emotion is the enemy of making a good decision. "People who don't have experience in real estate can look at a space and think 'New kitchen! But it's not until you're living in it that you see it's a façade," Drew says.
Persons: Drew, Jonathan Scott, it's Organizations: HGTV, CNBC
In his Comedy Central series, “Nathan for You,” he came up with outlandish ideas to promote small businesses, often capturing the surreality of human behavior as he instituted his plans. In his latest series, Showtime’s “The Curse,” created with the “Uncut Gems” filmmaker Benny Safdie, Fielder has stopped playing himself but has kept the same fascination. At the center of the first episode are two incidents that involve his character, Asher Siegel, caught in unflattering and uncomfortable situations on camera. Whitney is outraged — even if that outrage is performative, she has a reputation to maintain — but Asher is more comfortable with Dougie’s machinations. He wants to trust his childhood friend, even though from early on it seems clear that Dougie deserves no one’s trust.
Persons: Nathan Fielder’s, “ Nathan, , , Benny Safdie, Fielder, Asher Siegel, Asher, Whitney, Emma Stone, , Asher can’t, Dougie, Safdie Organizations: HBO, HGTV Locations:
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