Chip & Joanna Gaines Are Back With Three New Series To Max

Chip and Joanna Gaines - Fixer Upper

While fans loved Chip and Joanna Gaines with the Fixer Upper franchise, soon they can catch more great series on Max. Undoubtedly, the duo is a great team for any project they take on. But fans are in luck, three more shows are heading to Max that might be right up their alley.

Chip And Joanna Gaines Are Diversifying

While Chip and Joanna Gaines are always busy with something, now they have three more passion projects heading to screens. This fan-favorite power couple seems to turn anything they touch into gold. Although they are most well known for the Fixer Upper franchise, they also have their own network, Magnolia. Additionally, they dabble in all sorts of areas making every new series a fun adventure. Notably, not only do they keep up with their long list of passion projects, but they are also the parents of five wonderful children. Undeniably, it is extraordinary how much this pair can tackle together. But they believe work-life balance is a farce.

Chip and Joanna Gaines - Fixer Upper
Chip and Joanna Gaines – Fixer Upper

Chip And Joanna Gaines Are Back With Three New Series For Max

Since the ending of Fixer Upper in 2018, fans have missed seeing the Gaines family regularly. Additionally, they recently provided fans with a glimpse into their renovation of a Texas hotel. While fans also have five seasons of their original Fixer Upper they can revisit, it is great news to hear they have more fun on the way. The fabulous duo is squeezing in time to work on producing new shows on Max. Notably, the couple is behind three new series heading to the streaming platform. First, right up Joanna Gaines’ alley is a new series called Roller Jam. Additionally, they are offering two other series: Second Chance Stage and Human vs. Hamster.

Fixer Upper: The Hotel - YouTube
Fixer Upper: The Hotel – YouTube

Joanna Gaines Loves Her Skating

Admittedly, Joanna Gaines got on board for Roller Jam out of her interest in skating. Notably, it is the only competitive rollerskating show around. It is described as “a six-episode competition series featuring the top roller-skating crews in the country dancing through the decades for a chance to win a $150,000 cash prize and a $10,000 donation to their local rink.” Likewise, it features host Jordin Sparks. Furthermore, it includes Johnny Weir and Terrell Ferguson as judges. But each episode will also have a celebrity guest judge to keep fans guessing.

Roller Jam is an exciting competitive roller-skating show from producers Chip and Joanna Gaines. - Instagram
Roller Jam is an exciting competitive roller-skating show from producers Chip and Joanna Gaines. – Instagram

Chip And Joanna Gaines Want To Make Dreams Come True

Although Chip and Joanna Gaines have made most of their dreams come true, they are in the business of providing second chances. In the next new series, Second Chance Stage during eight episodes, competitors will chase their rejuvenated dreams. Furthermore, it is a competition series that gives people a new lease on life. Its description promises to be a show “that offers contestants who have pushed their dreams aside for years, even decades, a second chance at their big break.” Additionally, it showcases “performances ranging from dancing to singing to stand-up comedy and more, one winner will receive a $100,000 cash prize in front of an audience full of talent scouts, agents, and producers looking for the next big star.” Within the series will be judges Martina McBride and Taye Diggs. Additionally, Saturday Night Live‘s Heidi Gardner and sports broadcaster Emmanuel Acho will be hosting the dream chasers.

Putting People To The Test

In a light-hearted manner, Chip and Joanna Gaines are showing how much fun they like to have. Their next series is Human vs. Hamster. And it is everything you can hope for from a title like that. Throughout eight “cheeky” episodes, the competitors go toe-to-toe with “the world’s most remarkable pet hamsters.” Furthermore, its description says, “Teams of humans in scaled challenges that will test their speed, strength, agility – and, of course, their eating prowess.” Additionally, offering the answer to, “the burning question: ‘Which species is superior, humans or hamsters?'” Likewise, it promises, “The team who wins the most challenges against the hamsters moves on to an epic obstacle course – The Cage – where they must escape before the hamsters to win.” In like fashion, Saturday Night Live‘s Sarah Sherman will host with football commentator Kyle Brandt. Also with the assistance of a resident “hamster enthusiast” Brian Balthazar.

Brian Balthazar is the resident hamster enthusiast for the new series Human Vs. Hamster. - Instagram
Brian Balthazar is the resident hamster enthusiast for the new series Human Vs. Hamster. – Instagram

The Good Ol’ Frontier Life

And as a bonus, Chip and Joanna Gaines’ previous series, Back to the Frontier is coming back to Max. Likewise, it will also be eight episodes returning in early 2025. The show description adds it “will follow three families transported back in time for two months of life on the 1800s American frontier.” Notably, it is said to “test their strength, stamina, and sense of humor.”


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