Maureen McCormick Will Host HGTV Series Called ‘Frozen In Time’

Maureen McCormick set to star in new HGTV show Frozen in Time with Dan Vickery
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  • After the success of ‘A Very Brady Renovation,’ some of the ‘Brady Bunch’ stars are coming back to HGTV.
  • Maureen McCormick is set to host a new show called ‘Frozen in Time.’
  • In addition, designer Dan Vickery will be on the show.

 

Maureen McCormick has revealed that she will be back on HGTV soon! Maureen will work on a show called Frozen in Time with designer Dan Vickery. They will work to “overhaul homes that are stuck in a design time warp.”

In the series, Dan will renovate the home and Maureen will work on finding specific accent pieces from other decades. It will be much like the work she did in A Very Brady Renovation. The cast helped to find pieces that were featured back in the day on The Brady Bunch.

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Maureen McCormick will star in a new HGTV series called ‘Frozen in Time’

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Maureen McCormick / Instagram

In addition to Frozen in Time, HGTV has a lot of other shows in the works. One of them includes another Brady Bunch cast member: Eve Plumb! Eve stars in an HGTV show called Generation Renovation that has already aired an episode.

RELATED: Eve Plumb Will Star In Another HGTV Show Called ‘Generation Renovation’

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Other shows coming to HGTV this year include Flipping 101 with Tarek El Moussa, a reboot of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and more. The president of HGTV spoke out about some of the upcoming new series, especially after the huge success of A Very Brady Renovation.

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Maureen McCormick / Instagram

“We’ve planned more than 700 hours of incredible new content this year,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. “Our upcoming series will attract more viewers and be more evocative and emotional, with an emphasis on the ups and downs of real life. Things might go wrong, or they might go right when you’re trying to create the perfect home, but either way, HGTV will be there.”

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