NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. To Star In Home Renovation Show
NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife Amy are set to star in a home renovation show on DIY Network.
Via Press Release:
DIY Network has greenlighted a new home renovation series featuring third-generation NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his wife Amy Earnhardt. The series will follow Dale and Amy as they transform a dilapidated historic home into a gorgeous modern retreat in the Old Town historic district of Key West, Florida. Premiering in early 2018, the four half-hour episodes will combine Dale’s love of home improvement with Amy’s interior design expertise.
“Amy and I are excited to take on our first home renovation project together,” said Dale Jr. “Amy is a fantastic designer. She has creative ideas and a strong work ethic. We love DIY projects around the house, and so I expect this to be challenging but fun.”
To create their dream seaside home, the couple must first tackle the renovation challenges that often come with older homes, including structural damage, faulty plumbing and ancient wiring.
“We’ve seen how Dale Jr. races a car, so we’re confident that with Amy’s help he will easily navigate the typical trials and tribulations of a home renovation,” said John Feld, senior vice president, original programming and production, HGTV, DIY Network and Great American Country. “Fasten your seat belts because this one is sure to be a thrilling, unpredictable ride.”
ABOUT DIY NETWORK
Currently in more than 57 million U.S. households, DIY Network is the go-to destination for wall-breaking, roof-ripping, house-hauling, yard-crashing series. The network’s award-winning website, DIYNetwork.com, consistently ranks among America’s top home and garden destinations for entertaining videos, home improvement advice and step-by-step instructions. Fans can interact with other home improvement enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, DIY Network is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc., which also owns and operates HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cooking Channel and Great American Country.