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FLEA MARKET FLIP
Genre
Reality, Format
Production Company
LIONSGATE
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"Good Morning America" anchor Lara Spencer has revealed her talent for spotting diamonds in the rough to polish and showcase in her double-life as a successful interior designer. The antiques dealer now has a fresh outlet on her new reality television show "Flea Market Flip", a competition in which Lara shares her rescue-recycle-reinvent passion to demonstrate how you can turn incredible one-of-a-kind finds into found money. Each week, Lara will give two two-person teams a "flip list" of projects they need to find, fix, and "flip" —selling them at a profit — to win. Contestants will scour flea markets for unique secondhand pieces they can recycle. Major clunkers and cast-offs will be turned into designer-level décor. The hunt is on!

Cast
Lara Spencer as Herself - Host
Seasons
Season 2

Lara Spencer, a smart and savvy anchor of the #1 morning show "Good Morning America," revealed her "down- and-dirty" side in her New York Times bestseller I Brake for Yard Sales. Her talent for spotting diamonds in the rough to polish and showcase in her "double life" as a successful interior designer and antiques dealer will have a fresh outlet this fall on her new television show "Flea Market Flip." On the reality competition "Flea Market Flip," Lara Spencer will share her sparkling sense of fun and her rescue- recycle-reinvent passion to show how you can create incredible one-of-a-kind finds and turns them into found money. Each week, Lara will give two two-person teams a "flip list" of projects they need to find, fix, and "flip" — selling them at a profit — to win. Contestants will scour flea markets for unique secondhand pieces they can recycle. Major clunkers and cast-offs will be turned into designer-level décor. The hunt is on! With only $500 and their creative vision, these do-it-yourselfer teams dramatically transform items in incredibly inventive and beautiful ways. An industrial saw blade becomes a stunning dining room table. A ball of discarded barbed wire is reimagined as a striking light fixture. And on each episode, viewers get a valuable how-to in repurposing tired and sad-looking items into fashion-forward, functioning pieces — for cash. Lara and her competing teams will deliver wild chases, the thrill of the hunt, inspiring insights on how to repair and reinvent, and "find it-fix it-flip it" value as they produce winning beat-the-clock fixes.

Season 1

Lara Spencer, a smart and savvy anchor of the #1 morning show "Good Morning America," revealed her "down- and-dirty" side in her New York Times bestseller I Brake for Yard Sales. Her talent for spotting diamonds in the rough to polish and showcase in her "double life" as a successful interior designer and antiques dealer will have a fresh outlet this fall on her new television show "Flea Market Flip." On the reality competition "Flea Market Flip," Lara Spencer will share her sparkling sense of fun and her rescue- recycle-reinvent passion to show how you can create incredible one-of-a-kind finds and turns them into found money. Each week, Lara will give two two-person teams a "flip list" of projects they need to find, fix, and "flip" — selling them at a profit — to win. Contestants will scour flea markets for unique secondhand pieces they can recycle. Major clunkers and cast-offs will be turned into designer-level décor. The hunt is on! With only $500 and their creative vision, these do-it-yourselfer teams dramatically transform items in incredibly inventive and beautiful ways. An industrial saw blade becomes a stunning dining room table. A ball of discarded barbed wire is reimagined as a striking light fixture. And on each episode, viewers get a valuable how-to in repurposing tired and sad-looking items into fashion-forward, functioning pieces — for cash. Lara and her competing teams will deliver wild chases, the thrill of the hunt, inspiring insights on how to repair and reinvent, and "find it-fix it-flip it" value as they produce winning beat-the-clock fixes.

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