Home Town Season 6 Release Date, Cast, And What's Going On With Ben's Spinoff

HGTV knows how to make us happy. There's "Good Bones," the beloved mother-daughter duo made up of Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak, who take eye sores and make them irresistible. There's also "Love It or List It," where homeowners get the option of either buying a new home or staying in their recently renovated digs, according to Wide Open Country.

We also can't forget about "Flip or Flop," created by Christina Haack and Tarek El Moussa. The former couple's personal life has created more headlines than the show, with El Moussa now engaged to "Selling Sunset" star Heather Rae Young.

There are so many other treasured shows. HGTV has "Property Brothers," "House Hunters, Renovation," and of course, Chip and Joanna Gaines and their hit show "Fixer Upper." With all of these amazing home renovation shows to watch, we can't forget about "Home Town," the sweet show featuring Ben and Erin Napier, as they tackle properties in and around Laurel, Mississippi. Here's everything we know about Season 6.

When will season 6 of Home Town be released?

Looks like we will be getting more of "Home Town" and seeing more of one of our favorite couples, Erin and Ben Napier. As Deadline notes, HGTV ordered 20 episodes for the upcoming Season 6. This is very exciting!

When will fans be able to watch the newest installment of "Home Town," though? As Deadline says, the season will premiere on HGTV in early 2022 and will also be available for streaming on Discovery+. Erin shared the happy news on Instagram in early August. "We can FINALLY tell you officially, HGTV "HomeTown" Season 6 and "Ben's Workshop" Season 2 are in production and coming in 2022," she wrote. It seems like the HGTV family was also excited about the news. Drew Scott of "Property Brothers" responded to this happy news with: "Yey!!!!!" followed by hand-raising emojis. "Country Living" also jumped in on the comments to celebrate. "Woohoo," they wrote. Clearly, everyone's super excited. So, who can we expect to see?

Who's going to be on season 6 of Home Town?

We love that we are getting more of Erin and Ben Napier as they exhibit their expertise on "Home Town." It's no wonder. Not only do audiences love the couple, but so does the network, as their artistic vision will once again be on display.

Jane Latman, president of HGTV, said in a statement: "'Home Town' is not just about renovations, it's about the power of community. We love that the series delivers great ratings in all key demos, season after season, but it's the inspirational message about neighbors working together, as well as Ben and Erin's enthusiastic fans, that have helped HGTV build yet another breakout franchise," according to Deadline.

Erin and Ben have major appeal for audiences. The parents of two were initially contacted on Instagram to do a show, according to House Beautiful, and since they sold stationary at the time, they thought the producer wanted to buy stationary. Erin admitted that she thought the show wouldn't go anywhere. "We didn't think it would be possible," she said. "Why would it be possible to make a TV show in a town like Laurel, Mississippi? We love it very much, but that doesn't mean everyone else would. So we had fun and never had any expectations." It might be the one thing Erin has ever been wrong about.

What's happening with Ben Napier's spinoff?

"Home Town" isn't the only show to come from Erin and Ben Napier. A second season of "Home Town: Ben's Workshop" has also been renewed for 10 episodes, according to Deadline.

The show features Ben exhibiting his woodworking skills with celebrity guests in tow. "I've always loved the bigger projects we do for 'Home Town' because Erin and I help make a difference for homeowners and for entire neighborhoods," Ben said in a statement, according to Deadline. "Now I have the added bonus of sharing more of my passion on 'Home Town: Ben's Workshop.' Showcasing the patience and detail that goes into woodworking with fans who wanted to see more of that process is a dream come true."

Erin's obviously very proud of Ben and his new show. She shared a post on Instagram of Ben with actor Chris Sullivan on the set of "Ben's Workshop" and wrote: "I am so incredibly proud of Big and the team that makes his show. I wish you could see how hard they work to bring it to life."