Yesterday Give “Find It, Fix It, Flog It” Double Series Renewal

Yesterday Give Find It, Fix It, Flog It Double Series Renewal

UKTV has announced that it has commissioned two new series of the popular show Find It, Fix It, Flog It for its factual channel Yesterday and streaming service UKTV Play. The show, which was previously commissioned by Channel 4 for seven series, will be fronted by Henry Cole and Simon O’Brien, who will explore the hidden treasures found in sheds, barns, and garages across the UK.

In each episode, Cole and O’Brien will rummage through these forgotten spaces, uncovering unique items and personal curiosities. With the help of restorer Gemma and mechanic Allen, they will then set about fixing up these items and preparing them for sale. Expert valuer Ronnie Archer Morgan will provide guidance on pricing, with the hope of making a profit for the owners.

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Find It, Fix It, Flog It presenter and HCA Entertainment founder and CEO, Henry Cole said, “we’ve always admired UKTV’s output, and we’re privileged to now be a part of their journey.”

Yesterday’s channel director, Gerald Casey, commented, “as a long-time admirer of Find It, Fix It, Flog It, I’m really pleased that we can bring the show to Yesterday. It’s a privilege to give Henry, Simon and the rest of the crew a home so they can continue to showcase their amazing skills and ideas when transforming things sitting in people’s sheds and garages into cash.”

The new series of Find It, Fix It, Flog It has been commissioned by UKTV’s head of factual and factual entertainment, Helen Nightingale, and ordered by Gerald Casey, channel director for Yesterday, and Hilary Rosen, director of commissioning. The show will be produced by HCA Entertainment, with executive producer Hamish Rieck leading the team.

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Find It, Fix It, Flog It will join a lineup of original programming on UKTV, including Canal Boat Diaries, Bangers & Cash, Bangers & Cash: Restoring Classics, and Classic Car Hunters. The show will air in a peak time slot on Yesterday and will be available on demand on UKTV Play.

Alastair James is the editor in chief for Memorable TV. He has been involved in media since his university days. Alastair is passionate about television, and some of his favourite shows include Line of Duty, Luther and Traitors. He is always on the lookout for hot new shows, and is always keen to share his knowledge with others.