• Thomas Bonifield

Chip and Joanna Gaines are Coming to HBO Max

Select content from the Christian couple's Magnolia Network will become available on the streaming platform next month.

Chip and Joanna Gaines pose for a publicity photo for "Fixer Upper:  Welcome Home."
Chip and Joanna Gaines pose for a publicity photo for "Fixer Upper: Welcome Home." Image: Magnolia Network.

The mega media merger between Warner Bros. Entertainment and Discovery is about to expand the reach of home-improvement titans Chip and Joanna Gaines. The new company is called Warner Bros. Discovery and the couple's channel will be among the first to benefit from integration.


Magnolia Network, which the Gaineses created in partnership with Discovery, announced today on social media that some of its shows will be available to stream on the HBO Max platform starting next month. Among them are Fixer Upper - the show that launched the couple to fame - Fixer Upper: Welcome Home (its new iteration), and Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, to name but a few.


This means more viewer eyeballs available for the Texas husband and wife's content, and in a joint statement to The Wrap, they made clear they are pleased with the development.

"It's always been our desire to highlight inspiring, authentic storytelling on Magnolia Network. We're excited to be able to share these stories now with an even wider audience."

Magnolia Network will continue to run on both its streaming platform and cable TV channel, each of which features its programming in full. As for the limited offerings coming to HBO Max, they will launch on September 30th.