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Wood Work

Wood Work is American DIY TV series. Produced by High Noon Entertainment. Stars: Clint Harp, Kelly Harp. It premiered on Mar 08, 2017, on DIY Network. IMDb's user rating for the series is 8.6 *. Wood Work is filmed in USA.


How Many Seasons Of Wood Work Were Made: 1 (7 episodes)

Season 2

DIY Network

Season 1

Season premieres on March 8, 2017

DIY Network, 8 episodes

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Wood Work TV Series Schedule

Wood Work is on DIY Network (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E7 (Perfect Pieces for Family Friends) - Air Date: Jun 13, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Clint and Kelly Harp's 'Wood Work' pilot gets second airing March 26 - Waco Tribune-Herald - by Wacotrib

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"Fixer Upper" Craftsman Clint Harp and Wife Kelly's New DIY Network Show "Wood Work" Gets May Premiere Date - - per Onecountry

“We’ll be building furniture, taking it into people’s spaces and designing those spaces around that furniture,” Clint said of the new series. Sounds like a win to us! Check out some of Harp Design Co.’s work below, and be sure to tune in for “Wood Work” on May 9!

Meet Clint Harp From HGTV's 'Fixer Upper' and 'Wood Work' - Clint Harp Interview - - via Housebeautiful

For four years, that was Clint's daily grind. And while he didn't love the job itself, he found he was naturally good at it. He was a people person — something he says he picked up from his father, who missed his own calling as a comedian. On the side, he’d practice the skills he’d learned from his grandfather, making furniture by hand. The more he did it, the more he loved it, and he just couldn’t shake the feeling that this was supposed to be something beyond a hobby.

'Wood Work With Clint Harp' Showcases the Former 'Fixer Upper' Star's Mastery - TVInsider - via Tvinsider

“I love to wrap my brain around a project and make a really cool, solid piece that stands out,” says Harp, who’s of the measure-twice-and-cut-once school. “Beautiful things can be made when you take the time to do it right — something my granddad taught me.”


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