Good Bones is ending its run on HGTV after its upcoming eighth season. Mina Starsiak Hawk revealed on her Mina AF podcast that the mother/daughter home renovation series is ending, per Collider.
In the Good Bones series, real estate agent Starsiak Hawk and her mother, lawyer Karen E. Laine, work together renovating homes in the Indianapolis area.
The series first aired on HGTV in 2016, and season eight arrives on August 15th. In the ten episodes, viewers will see Starsiak Hawk help both of her younger siblings, sister Kelsy and brother Tad, reimagine their new homes, while the rest of the Good Bones crew take on a slew of new renovation projects.
Starsiak Hawk said the following about the decision to end Good Bones:
“It was making it really, really hard to function as, like, a normal human being, because I always felt the weight of so many other people’s worlds that I put on my shoulders. I got to a point where I think I kind of felt like… I was fighting for my life, or fighting for my family’s life, fighting for my employees’ lives, to figure something out, to find a solution, to find the next thing.”
What do you think? Are you sad to hear that there won’t be a ninth season of the Good Bones TV series on HGTV?