'Good Bones' Gets a Third Season

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"Good Bones" stars Karen Laine (left) and Mina Starsiak. "Good Bones" stars Karen Laine (left) and Mina Starsiak.
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A popular home renovation show starring a mother-daughter duo from Indianapolis will return for a third season. "Good Bones," starring Karen Lane and Mina Starsiak, is in the midst of its second season, and HGTV says it will continue next year.

"Good Bones" documents Lane and Starsiak, formerly known as "Two Chicks and a Hammer," as they rehab homes in Indy's Fountain Square neighborhood. HGTV says the show has attracted nearly 12 million viewers since its season premiere May 30. 

"Mina and Karen’s incredible home renovation skills, as well as their expanding popularity with the HGTV audience, are just two of the many reasons to keep this hit going for another season," said John Feld, senior vice president of original programming and production for HGTV. "Nothing says success like a good mid-season renewal."

The third season of "Good Bones" is set to air in 2018.

Prior to the premiere of the show's second season, the duo told Inside INdiana Business Television they were continuing to seek investors in their business and hoped to be self-capitalized by season three. You can see that interview by clicking the link below:

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