Chip and Joanna unveil preview for ‘Fixer Upper: Welcome Home’

Chip and Joanna’s gains are returning to their roots.

Home and lifestyle gurus have debuted a trailer for their upcoming series “Fixer Upper: Welcome Home” from their Magnolia Network.

A press release states that the series is “the return of the beloved Fixer Upper Series.”

The release states that the first four episodes of the show Discovery + will be available on Friday, January 29, 2021, and new episodes will drop weekly from February 19.

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“Alright Baby Girl, we’re back to her,” Chip, 46, said in the trailer.

“Back to work,” repeated 42-year-old Juana.

Throughout the clip, married couples are seen tearing down and renovating homes at events that Chip says are, “nothing like it before.”

One of the houses they visit in the preview is Dorknob on the arrival of the house makeover moguls.

“We can fix that,” Joanna insisted.

They also stumble upon a home with “some big surprises” as the chip puts it in, including a bedroom full of trash.

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“I’ve never seen anything like this,” Joanna confessed.

One of his favorite parts of flipping homes was the chip knockout: demolition.

“Demo day is one of those things where he never gets old,” he later told his wife: “When you talk about demos, I mean it’s ongoing.”

“Oh gosh,” he says with an eye roll.

Jokana Gains (left) and Chip Gains (right) will shine on Discovery + in 'Fixer Upper: Welcome Home'.  (Photo by Larry Busaka / Getty Images for TIME)

Jokana Gains (left) and Chip Gains (right) will shine on Discovery + in ‘Fixer Upper: Welcome Home’. (Photo by Larry Busaka / Getty Images for TIME)

There seem to be plenty of adventures in the store for Chip and Joanna, such as smashing drive-through lanes and smashing concrete block walls.

“I work harder, not smarter,” Chip explained.

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“I have nothing to say after that,” Joanna said quietly.

“Fixer Upper” previously aired on HGTV from 2013-2018 and featured a couple of renovations in and around Waco, Texas.

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As soon as they left the show, the two began an empire of lifestyle, including home decor, books and lifestyle products.