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Season 6

In the new season Jeff's business continues to be more centered on interior design than house flipping, but he still manages to turn the lives of everyone around him upside down. As Jeff wrestles with a growing business, new staff members, a slate of crazy clients and a renovation of his own, his life is becoming a mess so big not even his faithful maid, Zoila, can clean it up!

The sixth season of "Flipping Out" finds Jeff and his trusty assistant and sidekick, Jenni Pulos, busier than ever in both their business and personal lives. Jeff and his partner, Gage Edward, have purchased a home with the intention of settling down and starting a family. Their dream home on Gramercy begins to turn into a nightmare, however, when costs and delays on a massive renovation of the property begin to put a strain on their relationship. Meanwhile, Jenni's boyfriend finally popped the question, forcing Jenni to juggle her responsibilities to Jeff while planning a destination wedding in Chicago. As Jenni becomes overwhelmed with the wedding plans Jeff steps in to help her create the fairy tale wedding of her dreams.

Unsure of what Jenni's long-term goals are, Jeff decides to hire new staff including Vanina and an eccentric design assistant, Andrew, to pick up slack at the company. Gage becomes frustrated by Andrew's inappropriate behavior and questionable work ethic, but Jeff defends the new employee's place in the company until he discovers in a shocking revelation that Andrew isn't who he seems to be. Zoila and Jeff continue to have their ups and downs, but, with the strain of moving in to the Gramercy house, tension between the two mounts and in a shocking development Jeff actually considers letting her go.


Season 4

Season 4 returns to Bravo with Jeff Lewis, everyone's favorite obsessive-compulsive house-flipper. Throughout the last four years, viewers have watched as Lewis struggled with a downturn economy, some unruly clients and even a few backstabbing friends and employees, but somehow Lewis always finds a way to flip things right side up again.

Last season, Lewis cut back on flipping homes and started focusing on growing his design business, Jeff Lewis Design. With business now booming, Lewis is back to his stressed-out self, and when House Beautiful magazine names him the designer for "Kitchen of the Year," the flip-outs reach an all time high. It's the most high-profile job he's had to date — and it's based in New York, so Lewis drags Jenni Pulos and Zoila Chavez across the country to be there for some much-needed moral support. This season Lewis also expands on his family of disgruntled yet lovable employees. Chavez is Lewis's rock, but this season she is feistier than ever! Pulos has been promoted to Chief Operations Officer — a promotion with no pay increase — and Lewis's bubbly sister-in-law Sarah Berkman is back as his full-time assistant. Jett Pink, the hot house assistant, is a father now and Trace Lenhoff, the intern a.k.a. "mini-Jeff" is back as a full time employee.

"Flipping Out" is produced by Authentic Entertainment. Lauren Lexton, Tom Rogan and Billy Taylor serve as executive producers.

Season 3

Bravo's docudrama "Flipping Out" returns for Season 3 with everyone's favorite obsessive-compulsive house-flipper, Jeff Lewis. The economy has taken its toll on his business, but if anyone can figure out a way to flip things around and go from chaos to clarity, it's Lewis, one of Los Angeles' most colorful creative renovators and real estate speculators.

Lewis makes his living with the help of a group of diverse and often disgruntled employees he counts as friends. These include his incredibly patient assistant Jenni Pulos, who still dreams of making it as an actress, despite seven years at Jeff's side, his beloved housekeeper Zoila, newly empowered and suddenly more flirtatious and feisty, and his business partner and former boyfriend, Ryan Brown. With the total collapse of the real estate market, Lewis finds himself in the uncomfortable position of having to take on design clients, while taking orders and being nice to people. This season Lewis will help Zoila date, reluctantly empowers Jenni, while managing the revolving door of colorful characters that staff his office. How does a house flipper, who can no longer "flip," keep from flipping out?

Season two of "Flipping Out" broke records with five consecutive weeks reaching over one million total viewers and the finale episode setting a series high among adults 18-49 and in total viewers with over one million viewers in those demos.


Season 2

The second season of Bravo's hit series "Flipping Out" returns with everyone's favorite obsessive-compulsive house-flipper, Jeff Lewis. It takes a special kind of personality to handle flipping six multimillion-dollar houses at one time, but Lewis, one of Los Angeles' most colorful creative renovators and real estate speculators, pulls it off and turns a six-figure profit on every property. With the soft market teaching flippers new lessons as home sales decline, there's never a dull moment for Lewis and his intriguing cast of characters on "Flipping Out." Lewis makes his living with the help of a group of diverse and often disgruntled employees he counts as friends. These include an assistant who moonlights doing voiceover work, a housekeeper and two house assistants, as well as his official "trash man," who moonlights as an actor, and his assistant's husband. Add to the mix his business partner and former boyfriend, his various therapists and spiritual advisors, and it's clear that this intriguing cast of characters on "Flipping Out" lives as one big dysfunctional family.

Like most families, Lewis' extended family has its share of issues, which results in the occasional confrontation and even a firing or two. Aware of his "Flipping Out" tendencies, Lewis attempts to counteract them with therapy, spiritual healers, psychics, and other advisors, but things are always flipping in Lewis' world. "Let's face it, the people I have working for me aren't necessarily the most qualified individuals," notes Lewis. "But the people that take care of me and my home and my pets are the most important part of this business. They can't leave. I can't do this without them."

On "Flipping Out," each day comes with a new barrage of problems — from dealing with suspicions of his staff (that leads him to install a nanny cam on site), to trying to turn over a new leaf, exercise patience and treat his staff with dignity. But, as Jenni says "it's a long process." Lewis also must contend with market fluctuations, since three of his projects have yet to flip, driving him to expand his business and pick up property renovations instead. Lewis is forced to work for others (which he hates), but in his own inimitable style takes on massive multimillion remodeling jobs.