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Spike TV is upping its real estate investments.
The network announced Tuesday that it has picked up an second 12-episode season of Flip Men. The house-flipping series follows two investors who turn profits on foreclosed properties.
Flip Men premiered Oct. 25, and has since improved Spike’s Tuesday 10:30 p.m. timeslot by 74 percent among its targeted demo of men 18-49. The adults 18-49 also jumped 61 percent, with an uptick of 34 percent among total viewers. It’s part of a slate of unscripted originals — including Auction Hunters, Bar Rescue and Ink Master — seemingly working for the network.
Created and produced by Dave Broome (Biggest Loser) and 25/7 Productions, the show follows bidding wars at housing auctions, the ensuring renovations and sales. It’s shot on location in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Production details on the new season are forthcoming.
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