The cable TV show follows the former couple as they join forces, flipping homes and putting them on the market in Indianapolis and in Carmel.
Earlier this summer Klemm made headlines after she referred to Carmel, a suburb north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County, as “the Beverly Hills of the Midwest.”
But the pair’s financial and legal challenges also made headlines after an IndyStar investigation.
Here’s what you need to know about “Flipping Exes” and the cast:
What is the show “Flipping Exes” about?
The show follows Klemm and LeSure who share how they turned their breakup into a business as they work together to buy, renovate and sell high-end properties.
LeSure purchases the homes, develops the budgets and oversees construction. Klemm handles the design of the homes, puts them on the market and sells them.
In the premiere episode, the pair can be seen buying and selling homes in the Woodruff Place and Meridian-Kessler neighborhoods in Indianapolis.
What network airs “Flipping Exes”?
“Flipping Exes” will air at 10 p.m. every Tuesday on Bravo. The show is also available on the Bravo TV app.
Who are Nina Klemm and Michael LeSure?
Klemm, a real estate agent, and LeSure, who Bravo describes as a “former financier,” are both based in Carmel.
Business filings show Klemm created Flipping Exes LLC in 2015 after her breakup with LeSure. They launched a YouTube channel and website with the goal of educating and assisting potential investors looking to cash in on the home flipping craze.
An IndyStar investigation published last month found the co-stars have thousands of dollars in outstanding Indiana tax warrants and are facing a lawsuit filed by a Colorado investor who says they defrauded him.
Klemm and LeSure did not respond to messages seeking comment, but their attorneys denied the lawsuit’s allegations.
LeSure also has a bankruptcy in his past that left $467,000 in claims unpaid, according to court records.