“Good Bones'” Mina Starsiak Isn’t Super Bummed About the End of “Fixer Upper” and She Might Be the Only One

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Now that “Fixer Upper” has left HGTV, other shows on the network are rising in popularity, including the hit renovation show “Good Bones” starring mother-daughter duo Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak.

In a recent interview with Country Livingthe two were asked about their feelings on the end of Chip and Joanna’s show. “I think the general consensus is obviously everyone is super bummed because they seem like they’re in their peak,” Mina said. True.

She went on to admit that she can’t help but be a little happy about Chip and Jo’s move because it means “Good Bones” will play in “Fixer Upper’s” usual Tuesday night time slot. “We do get their time slot—and I really, really hate staying up till 11 for the show because I live-tweet. So getting bumped up an hour, I’m not going to lie, I’m happy about it.”

Mina’s mom Karen added that she thinks Chip and Joanna’s decision to leave while they were at their peak was smart. “I think it’s always good to leave at the top of their game—leave them wanting more. I get it. And we’re not close personal friends of theirs, so we’re not privy to all the motivation. I just wish them the best.”

You can catch season 3 of “Good Bones” on HGTV on Tuesday evenings.

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