What Christina Haack Is Planning Now That Flip Or Flop Has Ended

Christina Haack's life has been quite a whirlwind of activity lately and we are all curious as to what she will be up to next. Haack hosted the popular HGTV series "Flip or Flop," which followed her and her ex-husband Tarek El Moussa as they snapped up old properties, renovated them to perfection, then tried to sell them for a profit. Amid personal reasons between the co-hosts they decided to call it quits and put an end to "Flip or Flop" after 10 seasons. Additionally, Haack was also involved in her own solo show called "Christina on the Coast," which highlighted her journey after the split with El Moussa. The show accompanied her as she pushed forward on a new design adventure searching for the ideal home while in a new relationship with British television personality Ant Anstead, according to Us Weekly. The two were married in 2018, but they then divorced in 2020, following the birth of their son, Hudson Anstead.

Between her personal life and career changes, Haack was also trying to sell her beautiful California beach home that she put on the market in 2021 for a whopping $11.3 million. The home featured stunning views of the Pacific and is located in the private area of Orange County called The Strand at the Headlands, per Realtor. Showing absolutely no signs of slowing down, Haack has recently had some amazing news both with a new love and a brand new project.

What's in store for Christina Haack?

The HGTV star has had some major changes recently including a relationship and a different last name. According to TMZ, Christina Haack has been involved with realtor Josh Hall and over the last half-year, the two privately married. She has even had her last name changed to Hall on her most recent real estate license. Also, to go along with this incredible news Haack — now, Hall — has a brand new show lined up.

Right on the heels of her recent nuptials, Hall will have a mini-series called "Christina in the Country," which will follow the newlyweds as they navigate life in rural Tennessee, according to People. The show is slated to air on HGTV at the tail end of 2022, with sic episodes that will take the couple from the sunny coast across the country to a farmhouse in the landlocked mid-south. We will get to watch as she expands her business ventures to a different state and see her and the family set up a new life with endless possibilities on the horizon.