|Flip or Flop Chicago|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Related shows||Flip or Flop (franchise)|
Flip or Flop Chicago, formerly called Chicago Flippers, is an upcoming television series airing on HGTV hosted by real estate agents Mark and Liz Perez. It will be a spin-off of the HGTV series Flip or Flop . It will premiere sometime in 2018 and be held in Chicago, Illinois.
On March 1, 2017, HGTV announced "Flip or Flop" will expand to Chicago, Illinois. The shows will feature a new couple, Mark and Liz Perez, flipping houses in Chicago, Illinois. Mark and Liz Perez will have the same roles as Tarek and Christina in this show.
Mark and Liz Perez have hosted on HGTV named Chicago Flippers, which is considered as Flip or Flop Chicago pilot.
Mark and Liz Perez are born in Mexico. They have renovated many houses in Chicago area, particularly on the city's South Side for eight years.
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