Renovation Island Season 2: Everything We Know

HGTV’s ‘Renovation Island’ is a high-stakes home improvement show that can be dubbed as a contemporary tribute to ‘Swiss Family Robinson’. It is a treat for fans of the channel, especially those who love its beach-centric titles like ‘Caribbean Life’, ‘Beachfront Bargain Hunt’, ‘Mexico Life’, and ‘Beach Hunters’. The virtual Caribbean adventure follows a husband-wife duo who attempts to revamp an entire beachfront resort on a remote island in the Bahamas. With its first season having opened to a warm response, you might wish to know more about the second edition from this ambitious series. Read on!

Renovation Island Season 2 Release Date

‘Renovation Island’ season 1 released on June 7, 2020, at 8 pm ET/PT & 7 pm CT on HGTV. New episodes aired on HGTV GO on the same day. The first season consisted of 10 episodes. Since the first season opened to good reviews from fans, we are positive about hearing news about a new edition in the next months. Offering a welcome change in terms of backdrops and format, the show holds a strong potential for renewal. Once that happens, we can expect ‘Renovation Island’ season 2 to premiere sometime in Summer 2021.

Renovation Island Season 2 Hosts

Home renovation experts and life partners Bryan and Sarah Baeumler are the hosts of this incredible series. While Bryan is a licensed contractor, Sarah holds a keen sense of design aesthetics. The couple is originally from Canada and is not new to HGTV. You might recall the Baeumlers from their appearances on HGTV’s sister channel, DIY’s ‘House of Bryan’, ‘Leave It to Bryan’, and ‘Disaster DIY’. Meanwhile, Sarah also owns her brand called ‘Sarah Delivered’. The pair are proud parents to four kids who also make appearances in ‘Renovation Island’. In season 2, the entire Baeumler will make a comeback.

What Can Renovation Island Season 2 be About?

In 2017, hosts Bryan and Sarah Baeumler went on a family vacation to the Bahamas. Once here, they also visited a remote island called South Andros and were mesmerized by its beauty. This is when they made a brave decision — pack up and settle in this striking isle — in order to overhaul a dilapidated resort from the 1960s. Their long-term goal is to transform this property into a world-class hotel.

Surrounded by wild, lush, and exotic landscapes, the Baeumlers plan to revamp this long-neglected beachfront resort while adhering to sustainable measures. They wish to connect people with nature and in this ordeal, all the jobs, from the construction phase to sourcing raw material and selecting tour partners are done while keeping the environment in mind.

Bryan and Sarah are seen tackling a 10-acre property, equipped with 18 rooms, 22 oceanfront villas, and several breezy resort amenities. They are aiming to reopen the resort in a grand manner. And since they have a small staff, they have a never-ending list of construction and design projects. The team has only six months in hand and within this timeline, they need to renovate a full-service restaurant, bar, clubhouse, spa, and in-ground pool.

With a tight budget, Bryan and Sarah have to stretch themselves to the maximum in order to wrap up the project. Not to mention, they often encounter unanticipated problems like damaged generators, termite intrusions, and unwelcome hurricanes! Maintaining such a massive property is not easy and season 2 is expected to continue following their efforts as they carry out more renovation projects in this beautiful locale.

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