TV channel DIY is known to viewers with its fascinating projects and series, detailing various renovations and transformations that are often performed by experienced masters. It’s always nice to watch how something changes in your eyes, especially if it’s something that’s changing for the better. In the new show Maine Cabin Masters the enthusiastic team decided to revive ancient buildings and return to the dilapidated and ramshackle constructions their former beauty and grandeur. The first season premiere was accepted with joy, and after the last episode of the project was released on the channel DIY, the interested audience began to torn the authors of the show with the question about when Maine Cabin Masters season 2 will debut. Release date of the new episode is yet to be announced, but all the series makers probably know that their product has gained a lot of fans hoping for the program to return in the near future, so the coming of the next renewed season two seems to be real.
The first season release of this show in the genre of reality was shown on January 9, 2017. All the 10 episodes of which the series consisted were running about one hour.
The host and the main inspirer of Maine Cabin Masters is Chase Morrill, an. American builder is responsible for all the work done by the crew of the participants of the show.
The channel broadcasting the series is DIY, the network famous around the world and the one which will definitely present the second season air date.
About the Show and Cast
The basis of the Maine Cabin is the idea of reconstructing old buildings and cottages. The team of builders first destroys the collapses of buildings, and then on their place erects new, completely redone and beautiful constructions, which later please their former owners. The sphere of activity of the workers’ brigade is not limited to large mansions: it can be rural houses, cottages by the lake, ancient and historic buildings.
The cast of the show includes the following people:
- Chase Morrill, the host of the program and the main builder of the crew;
- Ryan Eldridge, another member of the crew and Chase Morrill’s brother-in-law;
- Ashley Eldridge, Ryan’s wife and Chase’s sister. She also takes part in the process of renovation;
- Chase’s best friend.
Chances for Continuation and Prospects
The creators haven’t yet announced the date of the release of the second part, but a number of viewers are waiting for any finale news. The average number of the audience is about 270,000 people, and this proves that the show has its fans. Projects of this type do not often gain extraordinary popularity, but Maine Cabin Masters is the program that is definitely worth extending. Stay tuned to hear the schedule of the following new season and know all the necessary details.