HGTV kept the rebroadcasts of the original Boise Boys pilot hush, hush in order to see if there was organic interest in the series in Boise based duo Timber and Love.

And it looks like even people outside of the Treasure Valley couldn't get enough of Clint Robinson and Luke Caldwell! The duo announced that the series has been picked up for six full episodes by HGTV.  The network is re-branding the season under the name Restoring Idaho and will debut the new show in March 2018.

The pilot, which aired in May, premiered, it attracted 1.3 million viewers.  That number was good enough to rank it in the Top 25 of all shows on cable the weekend of May 20.  Considering the NBA Conference finals were on cable network, TNT, the same day, it was an impressive debut for the house flipping pair.

Robinson and Caldwell are excited to start sharing behind the scenes footage and photos now that the news is public.  While they were negotiating with the network, they continued to work on projects in the Treasure Valley including restoring a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on Garnet Street in Boise.  Originally listed at $249,700 the home sold quickly after it listed.

Want to take a look around? Here's what the Boise Boys managed to do to a home that was built in 1910! We can't wait to see what's next on Restoring Idaho!