The 44-year-old is now returning with a new series, Rehab Addict Rescue, where she helps homeowners restore ruined historic homes to their former glory. Nicole Curtis, known for her series Rehab Addict, returned to television after sharing that her mind and body needed a serious two-year break. Fans of Nicole Curtis and her “Rehab Addict Rescue” shows were stunned by the designer's announcement on July 13 that her new series “Rehab Addict Lake House Rescue” would not premiere as planned that night, due to a personal health crisis. Nicole Curtis, from HGTV's Rehab Addict Rescue, sued the Detroit Land Bank Authority this month and argues that the authority took advantage of her when she brought the deed to a 1908 foursquare.
After Detroit Renovations bought the house from private owner Joyce Cauley and was later informed of the title issue, Curtis and the land bank worked to reach a mutual agreement that would allow Curtis to rehabilitate the house. He returned with Rehab Addict Rescue, which premiered on HGTV and is currently airing on Discovery+, and recently shared why he pressed pause on his renewal reality show. In the first story, with white text on a black background, Curtis wrote: “There are two types of people in life: those who pretend it's not happening, 26% those who endure until the storm passes. In Rehab Addict Rescue, which will premiere on January 28 on HGTV and Discovery+, the 44-year-old design expert is part renovation guru and part life coach, coming to the aid of families who are above their heads after buying older homes in need of renovation.