HGTV’s Windy City Rehab ‘s second season premiered on 15th September 2020. Alison Victoria Gramenos continues transforming her work and business relationship. The network renewed the series for a second season which consists of 10 episodes. ANd after which network hasn’t announced for another season.
HGTV comes to an end
The first season premiered in January 2019. It consists of 11 episodes each 1 hour long. Donovan Eckhardt and Gramenos were sued for fraud by homebuyers. It happened in lincoln square and Wicker park also their investors run permit trouble within the City.
In the latest court action, a group that said it issued an insurance policy to Eckhardt’s Greymark Development Group and Alvan, a venture by Eckhardt and Gramenos, is asking a Cook County judge to declare that the group has no duty to defend or indemnify Greymark, Alvan, Eckhardt, and Gramenos in their ongoing legal battle with a couple who purchased a Lincoln Square home featured on the first season of HGTV’s series. And according to Mediation talks in this dispute, It has appeared to be failed. And all this is because of paperwork that is filed in the lastest case.
As for the second season of Windy City Reha, HGTV announced it as soon as the first season was over. They renewed it for another one. Season 2 has announced for 10 episodes almost. And later on, 5 episodes of 90 minutes each released.
A major problem in continuing the show
A major problem Gramenos faces in continuing the show is that she, Eckhardt, and business entities owned by either of them have been suspended from submitting permit applications over new projects. And this is all reported by Chicago building departments. The department told the Tribune earlier this month that Gramenos would have to come into “full compliance” with five properties — the Janssen, Damen, and Augusta locations and two others — for the suspension to be lifted.