Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt are a husband-wife team in Tampa, Florida, who help clients create their perfect home by taking them on tours of various properties to select their dream exteriors, interiors, furnishings and finishes.
For homeowners who have the cash, but need big help with a vision that can turn their home reno wish list into a breathtaking reality, popular Chicago-based interior designer Tiffany Brooks will triple their options in the new series $50K Three Ways.
"A Very Brady Renovation" will feature a full-scale overhaul of the world-famous Brady Bunch house in Los Angeles. HGTV will execute a show-stopping transformation by adding 2,000 square feet to its original footprint—all without compromising its instantly recognizable street view.
The six Brady siblings reunite to deck the halls in the iconic Brady Bunch house and celebrate the merriest time of year in A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition. The holiday extravaganza also features Food Network’s Ree Drummond, star of "The Pioneer Woman," and Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV’s "Hidden Potential."
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade take a break from their day jobs to complete a major home transformation in HGTV's "All-Star Flip." The famous couple showcases their love of home renovation as they buy, overhaul and flip a fixer-upper in an up-and-coming Miami neighborhood.
Seasoned landscape designer Jamie Durie, best known from the network’s popular show The Outdoor Room With Jamie Durie, helps clients transform their neglected and out-of-control outdoor spaces in his new series Backyard Takeover.
In HGTV’s Bahamas Life, home seekers are ditching city life for a full-time vacation. From the white sand beaches of the Berry Islands to the crystal clear waters of Nassau, follow along for an insider’s look as prospective homebuyers make their Bahamian dream a reality.
Punctuated by celebrity guests, pop culture history and a plethora of Barbie surprises, Barbie Dreamhouse Challenge will be hosted by supermodel, designer, author and entrepreneur Ashley Graham and feature eight teams of HGTV superstars as they transform a Southern California home into a real-life Barbie Dreamhouse.
Bargain Block follows home renovation experts and partners Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas on their journey to restore Detroit's iconic American neighborhoods one house at a time.
Bargain Mansions spotlights Tamara, a busy mother of four, expert designer and restoration enthusiast who buys dilapidated manors surprisingly cheap and uses budget-conscious design to turn the crumbling Kansas City properties into a new family’s forever home.
Singer, dancer and social media influencer Todrick Hall and popular HGTV designer Kim Myles (High Design) will find the flashiest, most over-the-top, outrageous home in America in the new HGTV series Battle of the Bling.
Bigger builds, imaginative challenges and unexpected twists will play out during the renovation of three identical properties in the new season of the hit HGTV competition series, Battle on the Beach.
House seekers look to turn an oceanside getaway into their everyday dream home in HGTV's Beach Around the World. From a rustic retreat on a remote tropical island in Thailand to a luxurious seaside hideaway in Portugal, homebuyers explore some of the dreamiest beaches on the globe.
In HGTV’s “Beach Hunters,” buyers travel to exquisite seaside destinations to find their dream homes on the sand. After touring multiple properties with an agent, they’ll choose which home best fits their wish list, and for these home seekers, it's all about location, location, location.
In HGTV’s “Beachfront Bargain Hunt,” beachfront property dreams can come true, even on the tightest budget. These coastal home seekers discover some of the most surprisingly affordable beachfront locales, proving it doesn't take millions to live on the water.
Tony Award®-winning actor James Monroe Iglehart will host HGTV’s Biggest Little Christmas Showdown—a four-part “mini-sized” holiday house tournament-style series.
In HGTV's "Boise Boys," Clint Robertson and Luke Caldwell improve Idaho’s capital city with beautiful home transformations. The duo says they are an unlikely pairing of two very different people—Luke, a designer, is a “stylistic visionary” and Clint is a “getter-done” licensed contractor.
Break out the paint, find the funky flair and toss the renovation rulebook because in the new HGTV series Breaking Bland, spunky interior designer Mary Welch Fox Stasik will help clients create living spaces that express their individuality and design aesthetic with pizazz and confidence.
HGTV superstars Drew and Jonathan Scott will stop at nothing to outdo one another and win it all in the blockbuster new season of Brother vs. Brother. The twins—famous for their home renovation and real estate expertise—will engage in an all-out property and renovation battle in L.A.’s historic Hancock Park.
Massive renovations, daunting dares and a battle to win the ultimate sibling rivalry are on the line as HGTV superstars, Jonathan and Drew Scott, return for a new season of "Brother vs. Brother: Jonathan vs. Drew." Set in the San Francisco suburbs, this season will be a test of the twins’ reno know-how.
HGTV designer Taniya Nayak and builder Shane Duffy will surprise five dedicated community heroes from charitable organizations across the United States. Each local hero will get a surprise, life-enhancing renovation for their home and community project.
In HGTV's Build Me Up, Orlando Soria, a charismatic interior designer, social media influencer and author, works with homeowners as they embrace a big life change to overhaul their home and create the fresh start they deserve.
Building Paradise will document high-end hospitality and building experts, Luke Shantz and Steph Sitt, on their journey to overhaul a rickety motel into a dreamy boutique hotel in the Costa Rican surf town of Jacó.
Beautiful and innovative home renos inspired by stunning natural surroundings get a spotlight in the new HGTV series, Building Roots. Starring husband and wife duo Ben and Cristi Dozier, the series features the couple as they build, design and renovate properties in their dreamy hometown of Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
HGTV’s newest home renovation series, Buy It or Build It, stars Dallas-based twin brothers and contractors Chris and Calvin LaMont. During the series, the guys will help clients decide whether to renovate an existing home to fit their lifestyle or build a new home that is completely customized to their needs.
Actor, comedian, producer and real estate investor Mike Epps is an Indianapolis native on a mission to revitalize his childhood street in HGTV's Buying Back the Block (wt).
Real estate and home renovation expert Lauren Risley knows how to get results from St. Louis’ toughest and pickiest buyers. In Call the Closer, Lauren will help her clients navigate the daunting home buying process and break through the barriers that are standing in their way of finding the right house.
In HGTV’s “Caribbean Life,” families leave the mainland behind and head to the Caribbean to live on island time. Each episode follows potential buyers as they tour houses near white sandy beaches in hopes of finding an affordable tropical home.
Retooled to highlight collectible items relevant to today's audiences, the latest iteration of Cash in the Attic will star Courtney Tezeno, a passionate collector, and her team of expert appraisers, including Elyse Luray, Jean David Michel and Marvin Jules.
Hollywood A-listers express their deep gratitude to the individuals who have had a major impact on their lives by surprising them with big, heartwarming home renovations. In the star-studded, uplifting series, immensely popular twin brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott help each celebrity with a special renovation.
Cheap Old Houses is inspired by Ethan and Elizabeth Finkelstein's uber popular Instagram feed by the same name, which racks up millions of views with images of surprising property bargains that are architecturally intact and available for under $150,000.
Real estate expert and designer Christina Hall is expanding her design business across the country and putting down roots at her second home, a Tennessee farm, in the new HGTV docu-series "Christina in the Country."
A thriving business and bustling family life has real estate expert and designer Christina Hall looking forward to great things ahead in a new season of her HGTV hit docu-series "Christina on the Coast".
Curb Appeal Xtreme will combine the architectural and design savvy of John Gidding, the landscaping genius of Jamie Durie and the custom carpentry and furniture wizardry of Rachel Taylor. The talented trio dramatically overhaul the front and backyards of homes in Nashville, Tennessee.
Real estate agents Lindsey and Eric Bennett transform sunny Palm Springs, California one dilapidated house at a time in HGTV’s "Desert Flippers." The series follows the Bennett family as they tackle challenging renovations in triple-degree desert heat while raising three small children.
Sixteen homeowners who are ready to try their hand at do-it-yourself design receive the virtual help they need from HGTV stars—and a box of specially curated décor elements—in the first, fully self-shot series from HGTV, Design At Your Door.
HGTV is on the lookout for America’s next home renovation superstar with the production of Design Star: Next Gen, a new high-stakes competition series inspired by HGTV Design Star—the most successful and highest-rated franchise in the network’s history.
Chelsea and Cole DeBoer of Teen Mom 2 fame will begin the next chapter of their on-screen careers as HGTV's latest dream team in the network's new series Down Home Fab. The six hour-long episodes will spotlight the couple's burgeoning renovation business in their hometown of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
One person’s trash is another’s treasure and Lara Spencer knows that sometimes junk can be worth its weight in gold. In Everything But the House, Lara works with a team of expert appraisers to help homeowners clear out their houses and cash in on their clutter.
Television’s highest-rated home renovation series of all time—Extreme Makeover: Home Edition—is coming to HGTV. While it has not yet revealed the cast for the new episodes, HGTV will showcase its own superstar experts in the weekly race to complete a custom, whole home renovation for one deserving family.
America was first introduced to Chelsea and Cole DeBoer in Teen Mom 2, but now HGTV will provide an insider look into the couple’s newest adventure – launching a full-time renovation and design business – in the newly greenlighted series Farmhouse Fabulous (wt).
Best known as a member of the Grammy®-nominated boy band New Kids on the Block, Jonathan Knight spotlights his other love—home renovation—in a new HGTV pilot, Farmhouse Fixer.
Renovation gurus Raisa Kuddus and Austin Coleman help first-time homeowners transform their starter homes without breaking the bank in the new HGTV series First Home Fix.
Page Turner, a real estate broker and house-flipping expert best known from HGTV’s Flip or Flop Nashville, has returned to her hometown of Los Angeles to help SoCal’s overwhelmed flippers by taking over their flip. She is betting on her expertise by putting her own money down to help them get them back on track.
Hodge-podge properties with odd additions and piecemeal redesigns get a renovation re-do in HGTV's Fix My Frankenhouse. In the six-episode season, Boston-based home renovation experts and husband-wife team Mike and Denese Butler fix these “Frankenstein” houses and create fresh floor plans that work for today’s families.
Home renovators Dave and Jenny Marrs bring worn-out houses back to life in HGTV's "Fixer to Fabulous." The husband-wife duo overhaul some of Northwest Arkansas’ oldest homes, from rickety Victorian estates to crumbling Colonials, all while raising five young children and managing their family farm.
Just in time for the holidays, the one-hour special Fixer to Fabulous Holiday Surprise will follow Dave and Jenny Marrs as they gift the Bella Vista Animal Shelter near their hometown in Bentonville, Arkansas, with a very special renovation to get them ready for the busy Christmas pet adoption season.
Renovation and design experts Dave and Jenny Marrs will take on a special project in their new four-episode series, Fixer to Fabulous: Welcome Inn. The series will follow the couple as they take on a massive new business venture: transforming an 1880s historic home into a functioning vacation rental.
HGTV’s hit series "Fixer Upper" stars home renovation power couple Chip and Joanna Gaines as they complete stunning renovation projects in Waco, Texas while parenting their four kids, running a 40-acre farm with cows, goats, horses and chickens, and managing their family businesses.
HGTV's "Fixer Upper: Behind the Design," starring Chip and Joanna Gaines, gives a never-before-seen look at the coveted design secrets featured in 'Fixer Upper.' Fans can see Joanna's design process—from strategy to staging—in each stunning overhaul, plus exclusive room reveals from original episodes of the series.
HGTV's "Flip or Flop" features real estate and house flipping experts Tarek and Christina El Moussa as they buy dilapidated houses and turn them into beautiful family homes. Cameras follow the flippers as they participate in everything from nail-biting purchases at auction to the management of frustrating renovations.
HGTV's “Flip or Flop Atlanta" follows expert flippers Ken and Anita Corsini as they transform rundown properties into charming southern homes. With Anita’s real estate and design expertise and Ken’s know-how as a licensed contractor, no project is too big for this reno-savvy duo.
Military veterans Andy and Ashley Williams star in HGTV's "Flip or Flop Ft. Worth." The series follows Andy, a real estate agent and home renovation expert, and his wife, designer Ashley, as they purchase some of Fort Worth’s most rundown properties and transform them into stunning family homes.
Exes-turned-business-partners DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner are real estate and home renovation experts who rehab and sell homes in HGTV’s "Flip or Flop Nashville." The duo, despite ending their romantic relationship years ago, run a successful house flipping and renovation business.
HGTV's "Flip or Flop Vegas" stars contractor and MMA fighter Bristol Marunde and his wife, real estate agent and designer Aubrey, as they showcase their home renovation and flipping skills. The house flipping couple snags some of Sin City’s most rundown homes and transform them into sparkling showstoppers.
Headliners by night, dancers Ben Cleary, Dan Paterson, Liam Black and Malik Wills-Martin fill up their days putting their extensive construction experience to use and will work with celebrated interior designer Kelly Stone to help make their clients' home design dreams a reality.
Flip to A Million will follow two couples who are both successful house flippers in their respective markets. The pairs will be dropped in an unfamiliar city—Dallas, Texas—where they will set out to prove that, in the world of real estate, it’s possible to start out with almost nothing and turn it into a fortune.
Real estate and house-flipping expert Tarek El Moussa, best known from HGTV’s hit series "Flip or Flop," stars in "Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa." Throughout the series Tarek mentors real estate novices to help them learn the secrets of a successful flip.
In each episode of Flipping Across America, HGTV follows two sets of well-known stars and flipping masters with similar house purchase prices and reno budgets. Designer and real estate developer Alison Victoria guides viewers across the country to find out which of these experts best economize their flips.
Popular newlyweds and real estate power couple, Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae El Moussa have faced a myriad of exciting life-changing events, including a new working relationship and a baby on the way, and HGTV’s new follow-doc series The Flipping El Moussas has the whole family getting in on the action.
In HGTV’s latest competition series, Flipping Showdown, Ken and Anita Corsini, owners of Red Barn Homes, LLC a top-rated real estate business in Atlanta, will give a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for renovators and flippers to get $100,000 cash and the chance to start and grow their own real estate/flipping franchise.
In HGTV's "Flipping Virgins," property expert Egypt Sherrod helps beginner house-flippers navigate the unexpected realities of purchasing, renovating and selling a home for profit. From choosing a fixer-upper to managing the budget, she guides rookie renovators through the unpredictable world of a first flip.
In HGTV's Generation Renovation: Lake House, renovator and designer Danielle Bryk builds a new family cottage for her toughest clients yet—her sister and brother-in-law.
The worst homes in Houston’s best neighborhoods get Texas-sized makeovers in HGTV's "Going for Sold." Real estate agent Jon Pierre Tjon-Joe-Pin and his wife Mary turn forgotten homes into charming and affordable properties that appeal to young families looking for a high-end look without the hefty price tag.
Mother/daughter home renovation duo Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak own an Indianapolis-based home renovation business with a mission to revitalize their favorite neighborhoods one house at a time. HGTV's "Good Bones" follows along as they buy homes in serious disrepair and transform them into stunning remodels.
Karen E Laine, a master gardener and co-star of the HGTV hit series Good Bones, will pursue her true passion of renovating clients’ outdoor spaces to reach their full potential in the network’s new special Good Bones: Better Yard.
Good Bones renovation dynamo Mina Starsiak Hawk will take on the biggest, riskiest renovation challenge of her career in her own spin-off series, Good Bones: Risky Business.
Melissa McCarthy and Jenna Perusich—who HGTV fans first saw in action together during the blockbuster hit series Celebrity IOU—combine their love of renovation and design to surprise remarkable people with beautiful home transformations in the new series The Great Giveback with Melissa McCarthy and Jenna Perusich.
Home renovation expert and HGTV star Jasmine Roth comes to the rescue of overzealous do-it-yourselfers in the new series, Help! I Wrecked My House. Jasmine and her team redeem failed home improvement projects and customize the new spaces with beautiful, functional design tailored to each client.
Builder and designer Jasmine Roth infuses generic suburban homes with a shot of personality in HGTV's "Hidden Potential." Known for her hands-on approach, Jasmine gives boring houses in suburban Southern California a custom revamp and creates gorgeous dream homes that have personalized layouts and standout amenities.
Jay Manuel, author and TV personality, will host a competition of epic decorative proportions. During the two-hour special, four teams of talented holiday craft aficionados will battle it out to win a $10,000 cash prize and the title of ultimate holiday craft champion.
Contractor Mike Holmes will carry on his personal mission to “make it right” for homeowners who have fallen victim to careless or dishonest contractors in the new HGTV series Holmes Family Rescue.
During the special Holmes For the Holidays, Mike Holmes, Sherry Holmes and Michael Holmes Jr. will battle it out in a friendly family Christmas competition to see who can create the most over-the-top light displays, ice sculptures and gingerbread houses—with Mike’s uncle, Billy Bell, deciding the ultimate winner.
Pittsburgh natives Leanne and Steve Ford help families returning to their “Steel City” roots get fresh, modern home renovations in the new HGTV series, Home Again with the Fords. Leanne, an interior designer, and Steve, a licensed contractor, update old homes for clients who love the duo’s imaginative style.
Viral content creator Galey Alix–who inspires millions of followers across TikTok and Instagram–is passionate about changing people's lives by transforming their spaces, and in the new HGTV series Home in a Heartbeat with Galey Alix she'll do just that.
With 20 years in the New York City construction business, a sixth sense for safety and a family of his own to protect, licensed home inspector Joe Mazza is driven to keep his clients from buying risky, unsafe properties in the new HGTV series Home Inspector Joe.
Home renovation experts Ben and Erin Napier combine their love of small town living and revitalizing historic houses in HGTV's "Home Town." The couple transforms homes in their hometown of Laurel, Mississippi utilizing Erin’s imaginative hand sketches and Ben’s custom handiwork.
In support of the small town revitalization movement inspired by Ben and Erin Napier of Home Town, Home Town Kickstart Presented By PEOPLE will give six quintessential small towns across the country a major boost to re-energize their revitalization efforts.
With help from network stars Ben and Erin Napier and other guest experts, HGTV will revitalize Wetumpka, Alabama by renovating private residences, a public gathering space for residents and several buildings that house the small businesses that will keep the town thriving for years to come.
In Home Town: Ben’s Holiday Workshop, Ben will get holly jolly when he welcomes father-daughter duo Captain Sig and Mandy Hansen from Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch, and dancers and TV personalities, Stephen “tWitch” Boss and his wife, Allison Holker Boss, to make special wood creations just in time for the holiday.
Organization expert and coach Cassandra Aarssen delivers life-changing home transformations for disorganized clients suffering from clutter and messiness in HGTV’s Hot Mess House.
Realtor® Seth O'Byrne, real estate agent Mia Tidwell and superstar contractor Andrew White stop at nothing to stay on top of SoCal’s hyper-competitive real estate market in HGTV's "Hot Properties: San Diego." The team takes big risks to help homeowners sell and renovate properties in the greater San Diego area.
HGTV's "House Hunters" follows home seekers across the country as they search for their perfect house. They'll weigh the pros and cons of three different properties before deciding which one is meant for them. Will they pick the turnkey house with a higher price tag or one in their budget that needs a little TLC?
In House Hunters Ho Ho Home, Oregon-based real estate agent, world-famous strongman and well-known Santa impersonator Albie Mushaney is on a mission to spread Yuletide cheer by helping clients find their forever home in time for the holidays.
HGTV's "House Hunters International" follows home seekers around the world as they navigate the sometimes rough waters of buying real estate in other countries. From Roman columns to Spanish arches, they'll check out all kinds of architectural styles and cut through the red tape to find their new international home.
In a star-studded special event, America’s favorite contactless past time—watching and commenting on House Hunters—gets a fun new twist when seven popular comedians deliver hilarious, no holds barred, color commentary on classic episodes of the hit series in House Hunters: Comedians on Couches.
Designer and real estate expert Breegan Jane (Extreme Makeover: Home Edition) will help engaged couples tackle two of life’s biggest decisions in the new discovery+ series The House My Wedding Bought. Available to stream starting Wednesday, June 16, the series follows Breegan as she helps couples on a budget who want to
HGTV will take a fresh look at the fascinating backstories of America’s oldest homes in its newest renovation series Houses with History. In each episode, history buff Mike Lemieux, carpenter Rich Soares and designer Jen Macdonald will team up to save centuries-old properties in and around Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Actress Tamera Mowry-Housley, an Emmy®-award winning co-host on The Real, and her husband Adam, a senior correspondent for Fox News, renovate a home in Napa Valley in HGTV's "The Housleys."
I Bought A Dump… Now What? follows homeowners who purchased dilapidated properties in hopes of renovating them into their forever home. Trying to save money by tackling the overhauls themselves, homeowners end up behind schedule, over budget and exhausted.
Southern California home renovators Carmine Sabatella and Mike Pyle, stars of the new HGTV series Inside Out, begrudgingly agree on one thing: a beautifully updated home requires great design indoors and out.
In HGTV’s “Island Life,” families tour beautiful stateside islands, such as Long Beach, New York, and San Juan Island, Washington. Follow everyday families as they search for their own slice of paradise and prove that fantasy can be a reality.
In HGTV’s “Lakefront Bargain Hunt,” dreams of living on the dock of the bay can come true, even on the tightest budget. Each week we help a family discover an affordable location that proves you don't need a boatload of cash to live on the lake.
GRAMMY Award®-winning producer, rapper and DJ, Lil Jon, is ready to reveal his passion for home renovation in a new HGTV show, Lil Jon Wants To Do What?.
HGTV's "Love it or List it" stars real estate expert David Visentin and designer Hilary Farr as they compete to earn homeowners’ final decision to either love their existing home with beautiful renovations by Hilary or, list it and purchase a new home David has shown them.
Luxury home designer Michel Smith Boyd, whose exquisite style graces some of the most expensive homes in the country, will share clever budget hacks to achieve high-end looks for a fraction of the cost in the new HGTV series, Luxe For Less.
In Making It Home with Kortney and Dave, partners and real estate/renovation experts Dave and Kortney step in to help clients transform their fixer-uppers into dream homes. Using budget friendly and practical designs, Dave and Kortney increase the homes’ functionality and overall aesthetic.
Powerhouse real estate broker and designer Egypt Sherrod and her husband, builder Mike Jackson, know plenty about juggling booming property businesses, pleasing clients, managing a home and raising three daughters—and they make it look effortless and fun in their new HGTV series Married to Real Estate.
Trusted lifestyle expert Martha Stewart, the Emmy® Award-winning television personality and The New York Times bestselling author, will bring her iconic home and garden talents to HGTV in the net’s newest series, Martha Knows Best.
Kele Dobrinski and Christina Valencia know how to settle the score between couples struggling with drastically different design preferences. In each episode, the married design team will combine diverse styles to create an ideal "mash-up design" dream home that caters to the homeowners’ unique tastes.
The allure of a laidback waterfront lifestyle is calling in HGTV’s newest fantasy lifestyle series Mediterranean Life. House hunters search for the perfect Mediterranean escape to call their own, from the rugged mountain vistas along the Spanish coastline of Marbella to the sparkling water surrounding the French Riviera.
In HGTV’s “Mexico Life,” families explore the country’s quaint towns, vibrant green jungles, and beautiful beaches to find their dream home. From luxurious beachside properties to open-air cottages in the rainforest, Mexico offers ideal homes no matter the budget or lifestyle.
In HGTV's Mom & Me, mother/son duo Karrie and Tristan Trowbridge specialize in reimagining outdated properties to create functional, stylish homes that maximize the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Jackie Wickens and Trecie Wheat Hughes help their clients make their Montana dream a reality in HGTV's Mountain Mamas. Fueled by their Montana pride and fun friendship—along with Jackie’s construction background and Trecie’s keen design sense—they tackle each project with unbridled energy and creative commitment.
Moving For Love, a new HGTV series from the producers of TLC's mega-hit 90 Day Fiance, will document long-distance couples' experiences as they take the next big step to close the geographical gap in their love lives and find their first home together.
Business is booming for expert house flippers Dave and Kortney Wilson in the HGTV's "Music City Fix." Follow the couple as they breathe new life into old, rundown homes in Nashville’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Real estate broker and attorney Wayne Chi helps clients find a tropical getaway to call home in HGTV's "My Aloha Dream Home." In each episode, Wayne goes above and beyond to showcase three different properties to potential buyers so they can choose their dream home on the gorgeous islands of Maui or Oahu.
Lorraine Bracco, the OSCAR® and Emmy®-nominated actress from Goodfellas and The Sopranos, will take a break from Hollywood for her next gig on the island of Sicily—renovating a 200-year-old home she purchased for only one euro in the new HGTV series My Big Italian Adventure.
HGTV has ordered two thirty-minute pilots of My First Time (wt), which will begin production in Spring 2021. The episodes will follow former educator Amina Stevens as she uses her classroom experience to guide first time buyers on the path to home ownership
In HGTV's My House Is Your House, a Nashville-based mother-daughter duo, Victoria and Teryn, and a San Diego-based husband-wife team, Ryan and Claire, help clients transform unused areas of their homes or lackluster rental spaces into stunning vacation properties.
For those who dream of a “no-strings” homebuying budget, HGTV’s "My Lottery Dream Home" showcases lottery winners who, with help from host David Bromstad, buy their first opulent property. The series follows David as he and his instant-millionaire clients tour three spectacular properties to find them their forever home.
Europe—filled with estates, manors and mansions most can only dream of unless they’ve struck it rich—gets the spotlight in HGTV's My Lottery Dream Home International. British interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen will help lucky winners newly flush with cash search for properties that reflect their wealthier status.
David Bromstad will show fans how to deck the halls like a lottery winner—but on a realistic budget—in My Lottery Dream Home: Holiday Extravaganza.
The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project follows married interior designers and dads of two, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, as they help overwhelmed families sort keepsakes from clutter to get a fresh start.
In No Demo Reno, home renovation expert and social media creator Jenn Todryk tears down the notion that major demolition is always necessary to create whole-home transformations.
On a mission to incorporate renovations as unique as her clients, interior designer Grace Mitchell upgrades lackluster Fort Worth, Texas, residences with her imaginative flair in HGTV’s new series One of a Kind.
Unsold homes become red hot properties when New York-based interior designer and home stager Taylor Spellman steps on the scene in the new series One Week to Sell.
Designer Luke Caldwell, father of eight, and builder Clint Robertson, father of three, know a thing or two about big families who need more space. In the new HGTV series Outgrown, Luke and Clint will put that knowledge to good use by renovating homes for growing families in Boise, Idaho.
Lance Bass ushers in the merriest time of year in HGTV’s holiday extravaganza, Outrageous Holiday Houses, on Thanksgiving Day. Lance, a founding member of *NSYNC, will take viewers on a whirlwind coast-to-coast tour of North America’s most spectacular holiday displays.
In HGTV's "Property Brothers," the Scott brothers surprise skeptical homebuyers as they find, purchase and transform extreme fixer-uppers with stunning results. Real estate expert, Drew finds a home in need of major renovation, then Jonathan, a contractor, implements a masterful design plan to satisfy a long wish list.
HGTV's "Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House" follows the Scott brothers and Drew’s fiancée, Linda, as they renovate the soon-to-be newlyweds’ first home together in Los Angeles.
In HGTV's "Property Brothers: Buying & Selling," the Scott brothers help homeowners sell their home and purchase a new one. Licensed contractor Jonathan lends his renovation know-how to get homes listing-ready while realtor whiz Drew tackles the sale to get top dollar and then finds the new home of their dreams.
Jonathan and Drew Scott turn families’ ordinary houses into their lifelong dream homes in HGTV's Property Brothers: Forever Home. These new clients aren’t looking to flip their property for profit, because they know this place is “the one” where they can put down roots and happily spend their lives.
Nicole Curtis, the popular home renovation star of Rehab Addict and Rehab Addict Rescue, will return to her Lake Orion, Michigan, hometown to finish the massive renovation of a historic waterfront cottage in the new HGTV series "Rehab Addict Lake House Rescue."
DIY-ers who thought they could restore grand old properties like a pro will get a helping hand from home renovation star Nicole Curtis in the new HGTV series, Rehab Addict Rescue. Nicole rescues homeowners who are totally overwhelmed by the renovation process.
Reno My Rental follows reigning Design Star: Next Gen champion, interior designer and social media influencer Carmeon Hamilton as she helps renters make their place feel like home.
Minneapolis-based emergency restoration experts and sisters, Lindsey Uselding and Kirsten Meehan, fix families’ property disasters. With warmth, empathy, a special expertise and humor, Lindsey and Kirsten will help clients see past their distress and create completely transformed dream homes that are better than before.
“Old is gold” is the mantra behind every custom home renovation in the new HGTV series, Renovation Goldmine. Chicago’s Joe and Meg Piercy, owners of a successful design and renovation business, are dedicated to repurposing the goldmine of treasures found in clients’ homes.
Dallas-based contractor Russell J. Holmes will help clients on tight budgets rev up their stalled home renos in the new HGTV series Renovation Impossible.
Like a modern-day tribute to Swiss Family Robinson, home renovation experts Bryan and Sarah Baeumler pack up their family and move to a tropical island with the dream to renovate an entire resort in the HGTV series Renovation Island.
Real estate expert and contractor Scott McGillivray (Vacation House Rules) will recruit friendly rival, builder and home renovation expert Bryan Baeumler (Renovation Island), to help overhaul his newly purchased rundown lakeside resort in HGTV’s latest series Renovation Resort Showdown.
Two Zambian safari resorts get the HGTV treatment in the network's first ever Africa-based series, Renovation Wild.
Home renovation experts Bryan and Sarah Baeumler’s latest series Renovation, Inc. hits rewind to spotlight how Bryan and Sarah built their booming home reno business off the island in their home base of Ontario, Canada.
Entrepreneur, designer and television personality Marcus Lemonis, who has made a career of fixing business chaos, will use his talents to improve families' lives and homes in the new HGTV series, The Renovator. The series will follow Marcus tackling the business of home.
Siblings Leanne and Steve Ford enliven older Pittsburgh-area homes with beautiful and unique custom designs in HGTV’s "Restored by the Fords." Leanne, an interior designer, masterminds the design, while her brother Steve, a licensed contractor and renovator, executes her vision.
Homeowners’ family history, heritage and culture will spark inspiration for every renovation in HGTV’s newest series, Revealed. During the series, designer and mom of two, Veronica Valencia and her team, will meet with clients to learn about their family background and meaningful moments from their past.
Rico to the Rescue stars builder Rico León as he steps in to help Denver homeowners salvage renovations that have gone off the rails.
HGTV’s fiercest home renovation duos will face-off when the hit competition series Rock the Block returns. Host Ty Pennington will referee the action as the experts battle to maximize the value of identical suburban properties with $225,000 and only six weeks to complete their projects.
Real estate investors David and Chenoa Rivera transform outdated properties near Northern California’s idyllic Sierra Nevada Mountains into beautiful family homes in HGTV’s "Rustic Rehab." Follow along as they overcome construction challenges to create charming mountainside retreats in Paradise, California.
HGTV will transport viewers to the ultimate fairytale location in its newest renovation series, Saving the Manor. During the series, cameras will follow couple Dean Poulton and Borja de Maqua as they single-handedly renovate a magnificent, yet dilapidated, ten-building, 65-room historic English estate.
New Orleans native and resident real estate expert Brittany Picolo-Ramos specializes in quintessential NOLA properties in HGTV's Selling the Big Easy. Brittany and her full-service agency as they help families find the house of their dreams by showing them high-end homes with the right amount of history and charm.
In Small Town Potential, real estate agent and designer, Davina Thomasula, and her life partner and contractor, Kristin Leitheuser will help families who are ready to settle down in a cozy upstate New York town find the perfect house to renovate and call home.
When homeowners love their neighborhood but have outgrown their house, real estate and home renovation experts Brad and Heather Fox swoop in to save the day in HGTV’s Stay or Sell.
While she is known for her expertise fixing cars, trucks, and bikes, Cristy Lee's (All Girls Garage on MotorTrend TV and MotorTrend+) heart is in home improvement. She sees renovation possibilities in the most unexpected, inexpensive properties and will work to turn them into astonishing homes.
Table Wars, HGTV’s colorful new extreme tabletop and special event design competition series, is a celebration of the unrestrained imagination and breathtaking creativity displayed by eight top event designers.
The hour-long special will find the happy couple putting the final touches on their upcoming wedding. After a last minute change to their original venue, a resort in Mexico, Tarek and Heather have only four short months to restart their search and plan their wedding from scratch.
HGTV interior designer Hilary Farr is set to star in a second series, Tough Love with Hilary Farr. Best known for her design work in Love It or List It, Hilary is ready to use her invaluable design expertise and life experience to help families facing unique life challenges that strain their homes and their relationships
HGTV’s latest podcast, Townsizing—hosted by author Anne Helen Petersen (Instagram, Twitter) who pens the popular Culture Study newsletter—will aim to uncover the allure and mystique of the American small town.
Winner of HGTV’s Design Star: Next Gen and star of Reno My Rental, Carmeon will come to the rescue of frustrated Memphis-area homeowners who are stuck with houses that aren’t practical for their family’s needs.
Home renovation experts Jon Pierre and Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin, best known from their HGTV series Going for Sold, will take a two-step approach to guide clients through the oftentimes daunting process of selling their current house and buying a new one that perfectly fits their needs in the network’s new series Two Steps Home.
HGTV is famous for showcasing beautifully renovated homes, but things are about to get ugly when the network premieres its new five-part event series Ugliest House in America hosted by Retta.
In Unfinished Business, home renovation coach Tom Reber swoops in to help families complete their languishing home improvement projects.
In HGTV's "Unsellable Houses," sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis—who are among the top-selling real estate agents in the Pacific Northwest—help struggling homeowners sell their seemingly unsellable homes in record time.
Designer and self-proclaimed breakup expert Orlando Soria proves not all home renovations require a happy couple in HGTV’s Unspouse My House. Known for his celebrity clients and passionate fan base on Instagram, Orlando works with newly single clients to overhaul their homes and heal their lonely hearts.
In HGTV's Vacation House Rules, contractor and real estate expert Scott McGillivray proves that homeowners don’t need a million bucks to buy the vacation house of their dreams.
In HGTV's "Vintage Flip," real estate agent and contractor Jessie Rodriguez and his design-savvy wife Tina take their passion for vintage homes and turn them into successful flips. The series follows the creative couple as they buy, restore and market a vintage home.
HGTV has greenlighted a new one-hour pilot, What Not To Design (wt), starring singer, actress and design enthusiast Raven-Symoné.
What’s Wrong With That House? stars Joe Mazza and his go-to designer Noel Gatts. During the eight-episode series, Joe, a licensed home inspector with more than 20 years of construction experience, will help clients uncover and repair any hidden issues in their homes before they take on their dream renovation.
HGTV captures the magic of Christmas with the brilliant lights, glittering ornaments and gorgeous greenery at America’s most iconic home.
In HGTV's Why the Heck Did I Buy This House?, former CBS Survivor winner Kim Wolfe knows a thing or two about thriving in the wild—and now she’ll bring that tough tenacity and smart ingenuity to rescue homeowners with major buyer’s remorse in her San Antonio hometown.
In HGTV's Windy City Rehab, high-risk investments, messy renos and big payoffs are the name of the game for designer and real estate developer Alison Victoria. The series follows Alison as she spends megabucks to score fixer uppers in the city’s historic neighborhoods.
HGTV’s Windy City Rehab: Alison’s Dream Home will spotlight the riskiest and most personal project ever for popular designer and home renovation expert Alison Victoria as she transforms her current Chicago office—a 6,250-square foot warehouse built in 1930—into her very own “live-work” dream home.
As the countdown to Christmas ticks on, Albie Mushaney, world-famous strongman and Salem, Oregon-based real estate agent who moonlights as a Santa impersonator, will help first-time homebuyers find their forever home in time for the holidays.
HGTV expands its hugely popular real estate programming genre with its newest property event series, Zillow Gone Wild. Inspired by the popular Instagram account of the same name, the series will take fans beyond endlessly looking through standard home listings and into the action touring one-of-a-kind homes on the market