100 Day Dream Home Season 3 - Details We Know So Far

In 2019, HGTV debuted its latest husband-and-wife team, Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt, on "100 Day Dream Home." On the show, Brian, a real estate developer, and Mika, a realtor, help clients design and build their dream home in 100 days or less. Each client on the show has an entirely unique reason and purpose behind their dream home. When speaking with The List back in August, Brian revealed what he believes sets the couple apart from other famous husband-and-wife duos. "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," Brian told The List. It also helps that Brian and Mika are both producers on the show, meaning that they have a say in what makes it through to the final viewing.

In early 2021, the show's second season drew 23.9 million total viewers, eventually making it the number one cable program in the Monday 8-9 p.m. time slot, according to Deadline. With these impressive statistics, many are wondering when they can expect to see a third season of "100 Day Dream Home."

When is the third season of 100 Day Dream Home set to premiere?

After two incredibly successful seasons, HGTV announced back in May that a third season of "100 Day Dream Home" would be forthcoming. According to HGTV, the new season of the show is set to premiere at some point in early 2022. "When you see Brian and Mika's expertise and experience in action during their high-adrenaline, time-crunched process to build stunning homes within 100 days, you can't help but be inspired by it," Jane Latman, the president of HGTV said in the HGTV press release. "This duo is fun, fresh and unique — and fans can tell they are having a great time together. When you consider their incredible talent and the audience response to the show, it's an easy call to make more episodes."

While speaking with The List in August, Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt said that, during the third season of "100 Day Dream Home," fans can look forward to hearing more about the backstory of each dream home. "I think the storytelling is going to be a little bit more enhanced than you've seen in previous seasons," Mika told The List. "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." The changes in lifestyle brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic will also be highlighted in the show's transition to multi-generational homes and inventive at-home office spaces.

Brian and Mika's love story reads like a romantic blockbuster

With over two decades of friendship and six years of marriage under their belts, it's clear to see why the "100 Day Dream Home" stars Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt have such amazing chemistry on the show. Last month, Mika posted a heartfelt tribute to her husband. "22 years ago I met you, 10 years ago we starting dating, 6 years ago we were married, and today and forever I love and cherish it all! Life is always an adventure with you @mrbreakinground," Mika wrote in an Instagram post.

The pair first met while they were both attending Riverview High School in Florida. According to The Cinemaholic, Brian accidentally ended up in the all-girls chorus class, and this is when he first laid eyes on Mika. Unfortunately, Brian was too shy to ask Mika out at the point in their lives. In fact, Brian went on to marry Ericka Dunlap and appeared on Season 15 of "The Amazing Race" with her before they divorced in 2011. Shortly after his divorce, Brian was reconnected with Mika (who, at that time, was a fitness trainer) when he convinced her to join his chain of Anytime Fitness gyms. A decade later, the pair are now married and have a 12-year-old daughter, Jade, together. Brian is actually not Jade's biological father, but it seems as though he has assumed the dad role quite nicely.

The couple faced off — and won — against top HGTV personalities on Rock the Block

Back in April, Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt faced off against fellow HGTV heavyweights like Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent from "Nate and Jeremiah: Save My House," Mike Holmes from "Holmes + Holmes," David Bromstad from "My Lottery Dream Home," and more to see who could add the most property value to identical homes on HGTV's "Rock the Block." Despite the stiff competition, Brian and Mika managed to pull out a win with their property that included a converted porch with a smart pergola, an indoor two-lane bowling alley, a home fitness center, and a mother-in-law suite, according to HGTV.

The couple were completely shocked that they won the competition, exclaiming during the finale of the second season that the day they won "Rock the Block" was one of the best days of their lives. "This is surreal — one of the best moments of my life," Brian said during the show's finale. "We were up against some of the best designers in the world, and to know now that we're in that same category?! It just blows my mind!"

For their accomplishment, Brian and Mika earned bragging rights and a street named in their honor.