Jenn Todryk Is Having So Much Fun Filming 'No Demo Reno' Season 2

If Jenn's excited, we're excited. No Demo Reno season 2 production is in full swing. Here's the best behind-the-scenes moments from set.

Get excited: Designer, Instagram aficionado and mom of three, Jenn Todryk, is filming a new season of HGTV’s No Demo Reno. Jenn and her crew are back in full force, helping homeowners transform their homes (and of course, there's major fun going on behind the scenes). Season 2 is set to premiere at the end of June, but it’s not too soon to get excited for the new episodes. Here’s what's happening on set, and why the new season is going to be the best one yet.

Jenn's a Producer

She can really do it all, folks. In addition to designing all of the homes, Jenn is stepping into a producer role for season 2 — and she loves being behind the camera just as much as being in front of it.

“I’m wearing a lot of fun hats, designing all the homes, of course, but I’m also in a producer role this season and have my hand in things behind the cameras as well, which has been super fun,” Jenn wrote in an Instagram story story last month.

She says she loves workshopping the best camera angles and trying out new interview styles. “I’ve even wondered if my future is making TV from behind a camera,” Jenn wrote.

The Gang's Back Together

Which means we can expect season 1 fun and beyond. Where would we be without Jenn’s amazing crew? We’re excited to see them together again, working hard while making time for plenty of dance breaks and on-set silliness.

No Demo Reno season 2 will be even better than the first because of the people behind the cameras,” Jenn shared on Instagram.

She says her crew this season is a mix of old and new friends, all of whom are always down to make dance videos behind the scenes.

There's Going to Be Major Reveals and Reactions

And of course, we’re looking forward to seeing all of Jenn’s designs come to life in people’s homes. She says her favorite part of filming No Demo Reno is seeing her clients’ reactions on reveal day.

“It’s a high that never gets old,” Jenn wrote on Instagram. “These people have no idea what they are going to get, design-wise. Isn’t that crazy to think about?! So to see them love it and to call it life changing is pure relief and joy for me.”

No Demo Reno season 2 premieres on HGTV in June 2022. Follow Jenn on Instagram @theramblingredhead.

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