Chip and Joanna Gaines have announced their final season on "Fixer Upper" in their blog. The show has launched the HGTV home improvement gurus from Waco as well as made their store Magnolia have lines down the block to get in at times.
"This journey has been incredible," Chip Gaines said on their blog on Tuesday. The final season will start airing in November.
"The last five years this has been our life," Joanna Gaines said. "… You all have become a big part of our lives. You’ve invited us in your living rooms," she continued.
"For a while, now we’ve felt like season five was going to be our final for this chapter," she said. "Our beautiful business here in Waco needs our attention."
"Our beautiful children are growing up so quickly," she says.
It’s a turning point, but not the end for the Gaines family.
"The idea that we get to kind of step back and get kind of fresh vision, get some rest but also just hunker down with our kiddos is something we’re excited about but also sad this chapter in our lives is coming to an end," she said.
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"We’re not going anywhere. At the end of the day you can find us here in Waco, Texas," he said.
"We can’t wait to see what’s next," he said.
What’s next is the furniture and decor line at Target Hearth & Hand with Magnolia coming out in Nov. 5.