Home Town Takeover: An insight into HGTV's spin-off series as Erin and Ben Napier head to renovate an entire town

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Angel Peterson

Ben and Erin Napier have been seen on HGTV since 2016 when they started their series "Home Town." They live in Mississippi and have restored several southern homes in Laurel, Mississippi, over the last five years.

The HGTV couple are now kicking off their new spin-off series, "Home Town Takeover," which was announced back on 2 July 2020.. The six-episode spinoff is based in Wetumpka, Alabama.

Home Town Takeover will feature the couple in Wetumpka restoring 12 locations. The show will premiere on May 2, 2021.

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When and where to watch Home Town Takeover?

Home Town Takeover will premiere on HGTV at 8/7 c on Sunday, May 2. It will also be available for streaming via Discovery+. Users can get a free 7-day free trial of Discovery+ when signing up for the first time.

Everything you need to know about Home Take Over

The locations up for renovation in Home Town Takeover include markets, restaurants, old historic homes, and public spaces.

The show will also feature special guests like Sheryl Crow, Randy Fenoli, and Eddie Jackson. A press source stated:

"After receiving a deluge of 5,000 submissions, representing 2,600 towns from around the country, HGTV selected Wetumpka because, despite hardships, natural disasters and unexpected setbacks, the community’s undying spirit and resilience showed that they were ready to kickstart a comeback with HGTV’s help."

In 2020, the Napiers revealed the location with a special called Home Town: Small Town Salute.

Who are Erin and Ben Napier?

Erin co-hosted the series Home Town with her husband, Ben, on HGTV. The pair started the television series in 2016 on January 24th.

Ben has his own show called Home Town: Ben's Workshop. Ben's spinoff show can be watched on Discovery+. He also opened a woodshop in 2014 called Scotsman Co.

Erin and Ben co-own two retail stores and a furniture line. In 2016, they opened Laurel Mercantile Co. The couple have been married since 2008 and have one child together.

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Edited by Srijan Sen
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