Jeff Lewis Brings Designer Drama to Season 6 of ‘Flipping Out’
via press release:
JEFF LEWIS BRINGS DESIGNER DRAMA TO BRAVO PREMIERING SEASON 6 OF “FLIPPING OUT” ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 AT 9PM (ET/PT)
NEW YORK – July 18, 2012 – The sixth season of Bravo’s hit docu-series “Flipping Out” returns on Tuesday, September 4th at 9:00 PM ET/PT with demanding designer Jeff Lewis and his ever changing, yet always entertaining, staff at “Jeff Lewis Designs.” In the new season Jeff’s business continues to be more centered on interior design than house flipping, but he still manages to turn the lives of everyone around him upside down. As Jeff wrestles with a growing business, new staff members, a slate of crazy clients and a renovation of his own, his life is becoming a mess so big not even his faithful maid, Zoila, can clean it up! Check out a sneak peek at the new season here: http://www.bravotv.com/flipping-out/season-6/videos/surrounded-by-personalities
The sixth season of “Flipping Out” finds Jeff and his trusty assistant and sidekick, Jenni Pulos, busier than ever in both their business and personal lives. Jeff and his partner, Gage Edward, have purchased a home with the intention of settling down and starting a family. Their dream home on Gramercy begins to turn into a nightmare, however, when costs and delays on a massive renovation of the property begin to put a strain on their relationship. Meanwhile, Jenni’s boyfriend finally popped the question, forcing Jenni to juggle her responsibilities to Jeff while planning a destination wedding in Chicago. As Jenni becomes overwhelmed with the wedding plans Jeff steps in to help her create the fairy tale wedding of her dreams.
Unsure of what Jenni’s long-term goals are, Jeff decides to hire new staff including Vanina and an eccentric design assistant, Andrew, to pick up slack at the company. Gage becomes frustrated by Andrew’s inappropriate behavior and questionable work ethic, but Jeff defends the new employee’s place in the company until he discovers in a shocking revelation that Andrew isn’t who he seems to be. Zoila and Jeff continue to have their ups and downs, but, with the strain of moving in to the Gramercy house, tension between the two mounts and in a shocking development Jeff actually considers letting her go. For more information, visit http://www.BravoTV.com. Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BravoPR.
Still the #1 design show on cable among adults 18-49, season five of “Flipping Out” averaged nearly 1.8 million total viewers. The season five finale on 9/06/11 was the highest rated episode of the series among all key demos with over two million total viewers. “Flipping Out” is produced by Authentic Entertainment with Lauren Lexton, Tom Rogan and Andrew Hoegl serving as executive producers.
Source: Nielsen Media Research, 12/27/10-6/21/12, L7 data through 6/10/12 blended with LS data through 6/21/12, M-Su 7p-2a, includes Bravo/AEN/DIY/HGTV/SPIKE/TLC home design programs, P18-49 AA(000).