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Watch: First Look at HGTV's 'The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project'

Tuesday September 7, 2021

HGTV turns to gay mainstays Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent for a new limited series premiering on October 5. Titled "The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project," the happy couple will follow the duo to meetings with their clients where they hear family stories and help decide which sentimental possessions to keep, repurpose or donate. Once rooms and items are sorted, Nate and Jeremiah will renovate the house into an "expressly personal and beautiful home for everyone," according to press materials.

"We believe in telling people's stories through their homes," said Berkus. "We help figure out what matters most to them because filling a home with things that have meaning is the most important element of design."

"In the end, we deliver homes that feel exactly like the people who live in them," said Brent.

In the premiere episode, Nate and Jeremiah will venture to Queens, New York, to help two sisters keep the charm and fond memories from their childhood home alive while also giving the mid-century property an open floor plan, a fresh color palette and contemporary design. During the renovation, treasured family keepsakes, such as their mother's 1945 Steinway grand piano and antique Italian family heirlooms, will get a prominent display.

The couple has personal experience deciding what to purge or preserve. They recently sold their West Village townhouse for $13.5 million, reported The New York Post. The historic 1899 property features four bedrooms, a quaint backyard garden and roof access. The couple has been residing in Montauk since the onset of the pandemic.

"The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project" premiers Tuesday, October 5, at 9 p.m. ET/PT and is available to stream on Discovery+ the same day.