HGTV’s No Demo Reno starring Texan Jenn Todryk is getting a third season

HGTVs No demo Reno and local designer Jenn Todryk is back for a third season in Summer 2023.

Applications are being accepted from homeowners in Lucas, Allen and McKinney, according to a flyer Todryk posted to her 1.2 million Instagram followers.

Todryk takes on three- and four-room projects and thinks of ways to make the rooms more livable without knocking down walls.

Construction costs are higher this season. Applicants need $100,000 to $250,000 to spend on their projects, and they must clean up and move elsewhere for 8 to 10 weeks. Todryk, a busy mother of three small children, will film 12 episodes.

Dallas-Fort Worth homeowners still have a lot of equity in their homes and prices have continued to rise, even as sales have slowed due to higher interest rates. According to recent data from Attom Data Solutions, local house flipping has cooled somewhat.

Todryk deserved it

HGTV confirmed the new season on Monday, saying the second season of No demo Reno drew over 18.4 million viewers, making it a top three non-news/sports cable program among women ages 25 to 54 and upscale women ages 25 to 54 during its runtime.

“Looking at the energy and positivity that Jenn brings to all aspects of her life No demo Reno is like a breath of fresh air,” said Betsy Ayala, senior vice president, programming and development for HGTV. “Her passion is palpable and her unique design vision gives our home-obsessed audience new and different ways to approach renovation. With this massive episode order, millions of her fans are waiting for even more great ideas.” Previous seasons can be viewed on Discovery+.

Entrepreneurs in North Texas

Native Texan Todryk grew up just south of Fort Worth in Burleson and studied fashion merchandising at Tarleton State University. Later, as a young mother, she blogged about her life, and one post caught the attention of a book editor. She continued to draw a following as she wrote about her own DIY projects, leading to a successful pilot on HGTV. She is also an active influencer who recommends products on her own page.

Jenn’s husband Mike Todryk owns the Armor Coffee Co. on Stacey Road in Allen.

The Todryks launched a weekly podcast in September called You, me and Mike. They talk about how they met each other, their relationship, family and entrepreneurship. On last week’s episode, they explained how Mike switched careers and started Armor Coffee.

On social media, the couple has hinted that they’re ready to announce craft beer maker Armor Brewing Co. soon. open, also in Allen. Of course, Jenn Todryk designed the brewpub’s interior, according to Armor Brewing’s Facebook page.

Mike and Jenn Todryk, their three children and their dog Gary can be seen on Instagram @theramblingredhead and sometimes appear on HGTV’s No Demo Reno. (Jenn and Mike Todryk)

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