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It’s a big week around here. A few days ago we announced that Dina Manzo is bringing her party-planning wizardry to HGTV. Her show is already in production (name TBD) and we’ll see if we can get some sneak preview photos of her work to show on Design Happens soon.

Dina Manzo in production

Dina Manzo in production

We’re also tickled to confirm this morning that Thom Filicia is joining the network. More info on that to come.



62 Responses

  1. Barbara Roseboro says:

    I love Thom's work…not familar with Dina's. Looking forward to both.

    • deirdre cerasa says:

      Dina Manzo was a Real Housewife of New Jersey and also A Platinum Wedding show. Saw a couple of events she did on Housewives that looked quite good.

  2. KThompson says:

    Yay Thom! Love him!

  3. Lisa Jones says:

    I'm home all day with my handicapable 25 year old daughter, who doesn't like hgtv. I would love to watch all your designers at night, but you put on the same real estate shows. What gives?

  4. Jen says:

    Been to Calico Corners – the fabrics are nice but RIDICULOUSLY expensive. If I'm going to pay that much for fabric – it needs to come with a seamstress to do the work for me.

  5. JadeLinn says:

    Can't wait to see what Dina shows us!!….~aloha*

  6. Jane says:

    I hope this means less House Hunters….almost down to watching only Candace and Sarah Richardson on HGTV and I never used to watch any other channel….

  7. Virginia says:

    Yeah! What's with all the House Hunters? Too much of a good thing is BORRR- RING! New Shows is GREAT!

  8. Amy says:

    I love Deena I cannot wait to watch her show!!

  9. Stacy says:

    Can hardly wait to see Dina's ideas! Thanks HGTV!!!

  10. Tammy says:

    I love HGTV and watch every day….Maybe not anymore with a new low with Dina Manzo.

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