New York [August 10, 2016] More historic home renovations are on the way as DIY Network picks up a second season of its popular Music City-based series Nashville Flipped. Scheduled to premiere in February 2017, the new season, now in production, stars contractor Troy Dean Shafer as he and his team peel back layers of previous renovations, such as wood-paneled walls, bad paint and worn carpeting to reveal the original beauty of forgotten homes.
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