What time will the premiere of season 2 of Everything But Home take place? Lara Spencer returns to host HGTV renovation show and more
HGTV is set to premiere its new show, Everything but the house, Saturday, May 28 at 9 p.m. ET. The show, produced by High Noon Entertainment, embodies the title in every possible way. Unlike many popular HGTV shows, this has nothing to do with home renovations. In place, Everything but the house focuses on valuables and antique pieces inside people’s homes that can be sold.
Lara Spencer, host of hello america and HGTV Flea marketwill welcome the next Everything but the house Season 2. She will search houses for valuable antiques with her team.
Spencer thinks “junk can be worth its weight in gold.” The ten-episode series will see her hunt for valuable household waste which can then be auctioned off. The hello america the host will work with a team of expert appraisers to help homeowners clean up their homes and take advantage of their clutter. However, after collecting all the antiques, they must start auctioning them off at a base price of just $1.
The show’s official synopsis reads:
“During each episode, the team will search each home for potentially valuable items, ranging from vintage clothing and sports memorabilia to antique furniture and kitsch memorabilia, to list in live and online auctions. there’s a catch – to attract eager buyers – the team will start bidding at just one dollar.”
What to expect from the first episode of Everything but the house Season 1?
In the first episode of the upcoming series, Lara will help a single mother who wants to grow her savings before retiring from work. With a goal of $10,000 in mind, she enlisted the help of Lara Spencer to find the valuable antiques in her home and auction them off.
The customer will gift her with porcelain figurines, decorative sculptures and antique handbags in hopes of reaching her savings goal. Her son will also surprise her by giving up his own childhood sports memorabilia, toys and trading cards to help raise the value of their lot at auction.
The next episode will also see Jacquie Denny, co-founder of auction and estate sales website EverythingButTheHouse.com, help Lara Spencer and her team of experts find valuable antiques and sell them for $1.
The official summary of the first episode reads as follows:
“A woman’s home is filled to the brim with the collections she inherited from both her parents and her late husband; Lara and her team arrive to rescue her from this crushing burden and find enough money to fund a family trip in the process.”
What is Lara Spencer net worth of Everything but the house?
Host of Everything but the house Lara Spencer has a net worth of $20 million. Aged 52, he is a journalist, actor, writer, television producer and screenwriter. Apparently, she charges $3 million for hosting each episode.