For Immediate Release
ASPIRETV SET TO DEBUT AN ALL-NEW SEASON OF CHAOS TO CALM WITH NEW DESIGN EXPERT AND NEW CITY
CHAOS TO CALM: DETROIT TO PREMIERE IN JANUARY
ATLANTA – Sept. 14, 2022 – AspireTV, the network that celebrates and reflects Black culture and urban lifestyle, announced today that the design makeover series Chaos to Calm is heading to Detroit for an all-new season. Starring Michaele Tocco of Michaele’s Precise Planning, Chaos to Calm: Detroit will premiere in January 2023.
Chaos to Calm: Detroit takes viewers from cluttered and frustrated to contented and organized, with practical and functional tips and tricks delivered by Detroit’s organizing maven Michaele Tocco of Michaele’s Precise Planning. Michaele works her magic in this tidy and timeless makeover series, turning clutter and chaos into calm, visually appealing and functional spaces. She shares her tricks and tips to defeat clutter hiding in basements and businesses, pantries and warehouses, home offices and even car barns. And with her assistant, fellow Detroiter Rodney Tompkins, she does this in record time.
“We’re thrilled to introduce our audience to Michaele in this new season of Chaos to Calm,” said Tina Rodriguez, senior director, programming & acquisitions, aspireTV. “Not only will we see Michaele work her magic and help homeowners this season, but also viewers will get a peek into many places that make Detroit such a special city.”
In addition to homes, businesses featured include The Motown Museum, The Detroit Pistons, The Parade Company, The Theater and the Culinary Incubator at the Marygrove Conservancy, as well as the Bagley Mansion and Woodward Avenue businesses Pure Vin and Bleu Bowtique.
Theresa Kowall-Shipp is the executive producer of Chaos to Calm with Robert Halmi and Jim Reeve from Great Point Media also serving as executive producers.
AspireTV is the television network that celebrates and reflects Black culture and urban lifestyle in a way that is inspiring, authentic and entertaining. AspireTV offers reality series, specials and independent films as well as beloved dramas, contemporary comedies and provocative documentaries that allow you to connect and … see yourself here. AspireTV is available in the top 50 African American markets including New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www.aspire.tv, facebook.com/AspireTV, @TVaspire on Twitter and @TVaspire on Instagram.
Kristina Stafford Kelly