Platinum-selling artists Jennifer Wayne and Brad Rempel recently announced they will be joining forces with The Design Network to appear on the brand-new flipping series, Flip U – an abbreviation for Flip University.
The show will follow the stars around Nashville, as they become “professors” and help teach others to learn how to flip houses as well as turn a profit in Music City.
Wayne, who is the granddaughter of the famed cowboy and Hollywood icon John Wayne, is no stranger to country music – not only does she perform, but she also has writing credits including top singles for Runaway June, global tours with Carrie Underwood, and collaborations with Keith Urban.
Joining her on the journey is Brad Rempel, lead singer and songwriter of High Valley. With chart-topping songs and fans ranging from the United States all the way to Canada, Rempel has years of construction knowledge under his belt.
“Everyone wants to know what it takes to buy a house for a certain price, spend the money and sweat equity fixing it up, and make 100 grand on selling day,” says TDN CEO, Jason Harris. “Our team is thrilled to be bringing flipping programming to TDN in 2023 led not only by talent with great real estate experience, but deep roots in country music. Jennifer and Brad bring an electricity to our network that we can’t wait for viewers to experience.”
“Brad and I would always run into each other at shows, and we’d always end up talking backstage about real estate,” shares Wayne. “We’ve given each other a few tips throughout the years, and we can’t wait to share them now with our viewers!”
“When Jen and I run into each other on the road or in the studio, we always trade house flipping stories,” says Rempel. “We are so excited to share what we’ve learned over the years and pass it on to all the students of Flip University.”
Designed to teach viewers the do’s and don’ts that come along with house flipping, “Flip U” will reflect country music, DIY, and the ever-so-popular real estate market in Tennessee. The series will be six-parts and become available for streaming on all top streaming platforms – including Samsung TV+, The Roku Channel, Amazon’s FreeVee, Pluto, Sling, and a dozen more – Spring of 2023.