'Renovation Island' Season 2: Air time, live stream and all about HGTV show
From Hurricane Dorian to the COVID-19 pandemic, there was no dearth of obstacles when it came to the Baeumlers' trying to successfully run their luxury resort in the Bahamas.
Season 1 of 'Renovation Island' featured Bryan and Sarah Baeumler leave their home and business behind and move their family to an undeveloped island in the Bahamas in order to renovate and restore a run-down beachfront resort. The couple dropped a whopping $10 million to purchase an old, rundown and abandoned resort on the island and decided to renovate it. If watching the couple stress over their finances and finishing the resort's renovation in time formed the plotline for season 1, then the upcoming season 2 features the couple tackling a bigger problem- the pandemic. Unfortunately for the couple, by the time they were done with the renovation and open the Caerula Mar resort to the public, the pandemic took over the world, and quarantining and travel ban became the norm leaving the couple in a lurch.
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'Renovation Island' Season 2 with ten all-new episodes is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, June 20, at 8/7c.
Where to watch and how to live stream?
Apart from catching the television premiere of 'Renovation Island' Season 2, viewers can also catch up on the show on Discovery+ account. Episodes are available to stream a day in advance for those who are subscribed to the app. Apart from these options, the new season will also be available to stream on the HGTV Go app. Viewers can also access the episodes using other streaming services including Philo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV, and fuboTV.
Season 2 of 'Renovation Island' will document the Bauyemler family's experience with running Caerula Mar luxury resort during the pandemic. HGTV described the upcoming season as, "Forced to reckon with the realities of the international health crisis, Bryan and Sarah must reassess their business and family plans as they quarantine on the island and take the necessary steps for their eventual reopening."
In an interview with Toronto Sun, Sarah said, "Everybody thinks, ‘isn’t that nice being shut down in place like this during a lockdown, just hang out on the beach,’” Sarah said. “The place may have been closed but the work does not stop.It’s very important to us to film the series with an underlying honesty,”
The show features the couple Bryan and Sarah Baeumler. Bryan is a licensed contractor and the host of several shows on HGTV. His wife Sarah, who owns a brand called 'Sarah Delivered', is an interior designer with an eye for aesthetics. The couple has appeared on several HGTV shows together such as 'House of Bryan', ' Bryan Inc' and 'Island of Bryan'.
The official trailer of 'Renovation Island' Season 2 is yet to be released. Keep watching this space for further updates.
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