Christina Anstead Reveals She’s Getting Back to Work on Her HGTV Show
Christina Anstead is getting back to work. The Christina on the Coast star revealed that she’ll soon return to filming her HGTV show. Plus, she announced a premiere date for additional season 2 episodes of her reality series, which focuses on her Southern California design business and life with her three children and husband Ant Anstead.
Christina Anstead will start filming new episodes in July
Christina on the Coast premiered in May 2019 and has become a hit for HGTV. Season 2 of the Flip or Flop star’s solo show premiered in January 2020. Now, a third season is in the works.
“I officially start filming for Season 3 this month,” Anstead wrote in her July 1 Instagram announcement. Fans can expect 13 new episodes to air sometime in 2021, the 36-year-old revealed.
New episodes of ‘Christina on the Coast’ premiere August 6
Anstead — who was formerly married to her Flip or Flop co-star Tarek El Moussa — had some additional good news for fans. More season 2 episodes of Christina on the Coast are set to air in August.
“SO happy to announce the next 5 episodes of #christinaonthecoast will air on @hgtv August 6th and they are now all 1-hour episodes,” she wrote.
‘Flip or Flop’ premieres October 15
Though Anstead and El Moussa split in 2016, they continue to collaborate professionally (and co-parent their two kids). HGTV viewers can see them in action on the upcoming season of Flip or Flop. New episodes begin airing October 15. From the sound of things, the flips will be wilder than ever.
“This season has 2 of the most disgusting homes I’ve ever walked – and if you have seen the turkey episode, that’s saying a lot,” Anstead shared on Instagram. (In the turkey episode, Anstead and El Moussa bought a house where someone had left a raw turkey out on the kitchen counter for months, leading to some pretty disgusting smells.)
El Moussa confirmed that for the last house of the new season, his goal was “to find the nastiest, most disgusting house.” He shared a series of photos from the property on Instagram, and it looks like he hit the mark.
“Based on [Anstead’s] face, I accomplished my goal! This house has feces, urine, rats, mice, flies, gnats, termites, cockroaches and a few dead birds,” he wrote. “As you can see, she’s standing in the original pink carpet that has been covered with furniture for 30 years. My favorite part about flipping a disgusting house like this is the horrific look on Christina’s face!!”
Anstead also has a new book
In addition to her work as a designer and television personality, Anstead is now a published author. Her first book, The Wellness Remodel, was co-written with nutritionist Cara Clark and focuses on rebooting your life by changing your approach to diet, exercise, and mindfulness. It’s inspired by Anstead’s own efforts to remake her life after she faced a series of health problems and personal struggles. She hopes it helps other people learn to listen to their bodies, she told Parade.
“If your instinct is telling you that something is off, that’s when it’s probably time to try to figure it out,” she said. “I hope our book will offer some strategies to help you reset a bit!”