Fans of home renovation series Windy City Rehab are keen to find out if there is a third season.

As Season 2 of the HGTV show is due to come to an end on October 20, it is no surprise that viewers are crossing their fingers for another round of the series. But it is a tense moment for fans, who were previously led to believe that the current season might have been cancelled.

To their surprise, it came back on our screens, with host Alison Victoria renovating entire residences and homes in her Chicago hometown. So will the show be coming back for a new season?

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Will there be a Season 3 of Windy City Rehab?

  • At the time of writing, HGTV have not renewed Windy City Rehab for Season 3

Although Season 2 comes to a close soon, there were initially concerns that it would be pushed back because of the pandemic, but it seemed that production went relatively smooth sailing following the scare in early March.

So it is unlikely that it could affect the filming for a third season. However HGTV have not announced a confirmation of a third season, but this doesn’t rule it out completely.

Host Alison Victoria has been busy renovating and transforming homes, so this could possibly mean that a third season is on its way…

Predictions for Season 3 of Windy City Rehab release

Some viewers aren’t anticipating that a third season could be out any time soon.

One fan simply said: “If there is a season 3 of Windy City Rehab it will more than likely be aired in 2022, lol #WindyCityRehab.”

It took over a year for the second series of the renovation series to come out, with Season 1 ending in May 2019. So it is likely that if the third season comes out, its release date could be in 2021. Let the wait commence!



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Celine Byford
Celine Byford

Celine is a journalist with over five years of experience in the media industry and the chief staff writer on Reality Titbit. After graduating with a degree in Multimedia Journalism she became a radio newsreader and reporter, before moving into her current role as a reality TV writer.

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