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Laurel couple's show 'Home Town' renewed for second season

Ben and Erin Napier are the stars of HGTV's new show "Home Town." source: HGTV Ben and Erin Napier are the stars of HGTV's new show "Home Town." source: HGTV
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -

A Laurel couple who rose to stardom with their keen eye for southern charm and adorable high-fives will continue capturing the nation's hearts. 

Home Town has been renewed for a second season. 

Ben and Erin Napier, the stars of the show, made the announcement on their Facebook page last night. 

"SEASON 2, Y'ALL! We've been renewed for another season! We're so excited to see what families we will meet, houses we will find, and stories we will learn! Thank you for all of your support- this would not have been possible without you!" 

The first season was commissioned for 11 episodes after the couple saw explosive reviews for their pilot last year. 

Ben and Erin flip old homes with character into dream houses for their clients. 

To see some of their work, you can visit their website here, or catch up on season one episodes here. 

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