UK independent TV content distributor Cineflix Productions announced that it is partnering with sitcom star Hayley Orrantia and her production company Snot Panda Productions on the new home renovation series, Legacy Builds (working title).
Best known for her role as Erica Goldberg on ABC’s hit series The Goldbergs and widely recognized for her successful country music career, Hayley Orrantia is taking on her most challenging role yet—as the boss of her family’s century-old home construction business. They’ve got a decades-long legacy to live up to, and now as the majority stakeholder, the buck stops with third-generation home designer and builder Hayley.
Based in Nashville, Legacy Builds (working title) will follow the celebrated actress and her extended family as they navigate family dynamics, their clients’ real estate dreams, and on-site surprises to reimagine and renovate spectacular homes that are guaranteed to stand the test of time.
The series features: Hayley’s father Dan, a savvy and quick-witted real estate investor responsible for project management; hardworking mom and real estate agent, Melody who’s always on the lookout for hot properties; fun-loving Uncle Peter who’s an expert woodworker and on-site foreman; cousin and master architect, Matt who develops all the plans; and of course, Hayley the youngest member of the team who focuses on the creative aspects of every design, and has the final say on every decision.
“Legacy Builds brings together one of TV’s best-loved daughters, a thriving family business, and one of the hottest real estate markets in the US,” said J.C. Mills, President and Commercial Director, Cineflix Productions. “It’s a family affair, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.”
“I’m so excited to be joining my family in a venture that has kept us building for generations, and to share that adventure with viewers,” said Hayley Orrantia. “It will be interesting to see how things go now that I’m in charge. But one thing is for sure—We love Nashville’s unique charm and can’t wait to create warm and inviting sanctuaries where families can build their own legacies.”