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Bryan Baeumler Talks Upcoming Season on Instagram, Explains How to Book a Stay at His Family’s Resort

A new season of Renovation Island is in the works. Bryan Baeumler took to Instagram on Sept. 13 to share an image of the crew hard at work filming episodes of his family’s HGTV series in the Bahamas. 

“We got the band back together,” the renovation expert and dad of four captioned the photo. 

Baeumler went on to respond to some fan comments on the post, sharing details about the upcoming season of Renovation Island and explaining how to book a stay at his family’s resort, the Caerula Mar Club. 

Bryan Baeumler says the new season ‘won’t be easy or boring’ 

RELATED: Do the Baeumlers Finish Their ‘Renovation Island’ Resort Restoration Project?

Renovation Island (which originally aired on HGTV Canada) was a ratings smash for HGTV, with more than 5 million viewers watching the season finale. Though a second season hasn’t been officially announced by the network, production is in progress on new episodes, Baeumler has revealed. We don’t know exactly when those episodes will air or what challenges the family will face this time around. But things will definitely be interesting, Baeumler assured one curious fan who wanted to know what the new episodes would focus on. 

“We don’t know yet…whatever happens, happens! But based [on] experience, I can guarantee you it won’t be easy or boring!” he replied. 

By the time of the Renovation Island season finale, Bryan and his wife Sarah Baeumler had weathered Hurricane Dorian and succeeded in opening their resort. But viewers haven’t seen how they responded to a disaster that happened shortly after they welcomed their first guests: the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It seems likely new episodes will touch on the challenges of running a resort during a global health crisis.    

The Baeumlers explain how to book a stay at Caerula Mar Club 

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Chiefs’ Tyrann Mathieu talks self-motivation, defensive improvements

The Kansas City Chiefs are off to a perfect 2-0 to start the season, but things haven’t been as smooth as they may seem. The defending Super Bowl champions haven’t looked as impressive on the defensive sides as they have hoped to head into the year.

The most significant change outside of Arrowhead Stadium has been the pack of crowd noise. Last Sunday’s victory over the Los Angeles Chargers was an unusual experience for Tyrann Mathieu and the Chiefs defense. Mathieu spoke with reporters on Friday about the new no crowd experience and how the team handled it.

”Yeah, it’s quite the adjustment,” said Mathieu, ”Obviously, not being able to play in front of fans. I feel like that definitely gave us a boost of encouragement, but we’ve got to adjust, we’ve got to adapt. I think a lot has to come from within, and then from there it’s us feeding off each other, us trying to keep each other motivated and keep each other encouraged. Especially when we don’t have that momentum, we don’t have fans in the stands, we’ve got to find a way to be positive, especially in slow games, games when we’re not playing to the best of our abilities. We’ve just got to find that, dig deep within.”

The Chiefs’ defense has shown signs of weakness during the first two games that are a cause for concern. The defense has surrendered over 300 rushing yards in only two games, something heavy on the mind of Mathieu.

“I’m still kind of pissed, but I’m definitely encouraged,” Mathieu said. “I wouldn’t say that I’m discouraged. I know the guys that we have in our room. I know the coaches that we have, and I know that we’ll be able to adjust and get it right. So, I’m

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