The Kleinschmidts Reveal What We Will See On 100 Day Dream Home Season 3 - Exclusive

Looking for a new show to binge? We've got the perfect suggestion. If you're obsessed with all things HGTV and home renovation, you're going to love "100 Day Dream Home." The show follows Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt as they help clients design and build their dream homes from the bottom up — but they've got 100 days or less to do it. Sound like an impossible task? Not for the Kleinschmidts. With Brian's background in developing and Mika's in real estate, they are up for the challenge and succeed with flying colors (via HGTV). The show premiered in July 2019 and was quickly renewed for a second season (via IMDb).

If you're all caught up and ready for some new "100 Day" content, we've got some good news: a third season is coming your way. Although we don't have an officially confirmed release date just yet, The List sat down with Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt for an exclusive interview to talk about what fans can expect from Season 3 of "100 Day Dream Home."

Here's what makes Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt unique

If you're wondering what makes them different from other married duos on HGTV, Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt can most certainly answer that. According to Brian, "We keep it real. We show the good, the bad, and the ugly of working with your spouse. Doing these stressful projects, it can get stressful." He adds that the way the show is filmed is quite different from others, as it focuses on each person's strengths separately, rather than having them film everything together. 

The show presents Brian and Mika as individuals with their own unique skills and abilities. "If I'm doing a construction scene, [Mika's] doing inspiration tours or design meetings. The only time I actually see what she was doing is when we watched the show together," Brian explains. "So that's kind of fun because we're watching for the first time what each other was doing."

Brian's comment brings up another unique aspect of their show. Brian and Mika are not only the stars of the show, but producers as well. "We're actually part producers in our show. So one thing that's unique is we can see the rough cuts in the preliminary before it goes on the air," Mika explains. "So by the time it airs, I mean, we've made notes."

That being said, Mika jokes that even after three seasons, she simply can't get used to seeing herself on TV. "It is kind of weird hearing your voice," she admits.

The Kleinschmidts are excited about a new partnership

So what can we expect from the highly anticipated Season 3 of "100 Day Dream Home," and will it be much different than previous seasons? Well, according to Brian, what makes this season unique is that they're "now diving more into the journey that leads up to the reveal." Mika agreed, adding, "I think the storytelling is going to be a little bit more enhanced than you've seen in previous seasons. Of course we're highlighting different parts of Florida, so there's some areas like South Tampa that we're doing a build in, that we haven't done in the past."

In addition, they touch on how COVID-19 has affected the filming of their season, explaining that they focused on "multi-generational" living as well as accommodating their clients' need to work from home. Finally, Brian was giddy to announce an exciting partnership with American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning in the upcoming season, a company he calls "the best around."

"I think we make sure that we put the best in every single home we're working with because that's what our clients deserve," he added.

You can watch full episodes of "100 Day Dream Home" on HGTV and stream Seasons 1 and 2 on discovery+.