Cleaning & Organization

Reese Witherspoon Has A New TV Show About Organizing

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When you think of Reese Witherspoon, you probably don’t think about home organization. But now the “Big Little Lies” star is involved with a new project that’s a little less glamorous than her usual work as a Hollywood actress, producer and entrepreneur.

Witherspoon announced that her TV channel, Hello Sunshine, is launching a new organizing show called “Master the Mess.” The show will star Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of the home organization company The Home Edit, and will feature the two experts going into people’s homes to help them get a handle on their clutter and mess.

Witherspoon took to Instagram to announce the premiere of the show on both DirecTV channel 1112 and the subscription streaming service DirecTV Now:

The Home Edit also shared a preview of the show from their account, where the two hosts break down what it’s all about:

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MASTER THE MESS is officially live on @directv and @directvnow !! And you can watch the first TWO EPISODES for free on att.com/masterthemess [tap link in our bio]! ☀️☀️☀️ #thehomeedit #masterthemess #hellosunshine

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It looks like the participants on the show end up with some awesome solutions to their out-of-control clutter.

The women behind The Home Edit have organized the homes of some pretty high-profile clients, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Christina Applegate and Mandy Moore. Earlier this year, Shearer and Teplin appeared on “Good Morning America” and gave viewers some of their top organization tips, one of which is to label everything.

“If you have a label on something, it holds you accountable,” Shearer explained of the method’s efficacy. “Not only do you start to see, wow, this basket is overflowing and maybe I need to edit some more out, but it also makes sure you’re putting things back in the appropriate space.”

To see more of their secrets of the trade, you can watch the show by searching “Hello Sunshine” on DirecTV Now, or going to channel 1112 on DirecTV or channel 1530 on U-verse. You can also watch the first two episodes for free here.