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Room CrashersRoom Crashers

Next time you're out shopping, watch out! HGTV's "Room Crashers" is in stores across America looking for unsuspecting homeowners who could definitely use some help with their home improvement projects. Once he finds his target, designer/contractor (and former Design Star finalist) Todd Davis follows the surprised shoppers home and completely transforms their dull, bland rooms into stunning, eye-popping showpieces.


Small House, Big EasySmall House, Big Easy

There's no city in the world quite like New Orleans, and in this town, the small, rundown "shotgun" houses are just as much part of the history as the elaborate mansions next door. Reviving these little homes for the modern buyer is no small feat. Big Easy native Sarah Martzolf is an expert at finding, buying and restoring these small diamonds in the rough, turning them into updated, modern homes while still preserving every original feature she can find. It's more than just a flip, it's a real labor of love.


Sight UnseenSight Unseen

Realizing an opportunity to be a part of Detroit's housing revival has allowed Wes Borland to showcase another side of his creative personality. Sight Unseen features Borland, best known as the guitarist and backup vocalist for multiplatinum rock band Limp Bizkit, and his fiancée, fellow musician Carré Callaway, tackling a massive whole-home renovation. The couple purchased the seven-bedroom art deco mansion after seeing only photos of the property. Throughout the series, Wes and Carré experience the ups and downs associated with such a major re-do project. As they transform the forgotten property into their new home, they feel more confident that they made the right move.


Raising HouseRaising House

In each episode of Raising House, a different dream house is built from start to finish by an A-team of experts. Beginning with the vision, the architect and builder lay out the floor plan, select a construction approach and outline the unique features. Next, the groundbreaking sets the pace for the entire project as the construction team rolls with the punches and tries to stay on schedule. Meanwhile, the design team selects the interior elements from floors to doors and kitchen cabinets to fireplace facades. Once the house is three-quarters of the way done, excitement builds, tensions are high and it's time for a last look before adding the finishing touches. Finally, the finished product is revealed: a dream house you were there for every step of the way.


I Hate My YardI Hate My Yard

Landscape designer Sara Bendrick comes to the rescue of people who love their homes but HATE their yards. Sara and the homeowners work together to create the outdoor living space they've always dreamed of.


Magnolia Presents: A Look Back & A Look AheadMagnolia Presents: A Look Back & A Look Ahead

Join Chip and Joanna Gaines for a 4-hour special as they take a look back at where it all began with Fixer Upper, and share an exclusive sneak peak at what's to come on their new Magnolia Network.


Heritage HuntersHeritage Hunters

San Francisco-based salvage expert Michael "Bug" Deakin and his team of craftsmen hunt for history-rich materials to repurpose into timeless pieces for clients' homes in the new DIY Network series Heritage Hunters.


Blog CabinBlog Cabin

DIY Network and DIYNetwork.com invite viewers nationwide to help renovate a 1920s lakeside home by casting their online votes to pick the home's new design features. The results of the home's transformation will be featured in the new season of Blog Cabin, offering a chance for one lucky viewer to win the ultimate vacation getaway.


Breakneck BuildsBreakneck Builds

Two families, two homes, two days. Follow along as two construction teams deliver, install and hand over the keys of brand new modular houses to homebuyers in just 48 hours. Gone are months of construction, missed deadlines and overblown budgets. In "Breakneck Builds", the house of the future sends traditional building practices straight to the past.


Brothers on CallBrothers on Call

Terry and Jon Wittmaack's father started a small business changing light bulbs for old ladies with big houses. The two brothers have taken that little family business and transformed it into a full-blown home remodeling company that does more than 1,000 projects a year - and they're not just changing bulbs anymore. DIY Network's Brothers on Call takes you into the hectic and often hilarious world of two brothers taking home improvement to the next level. The ultra-competitive world of construction might just be the easy part of the job; running a company with your polar-opposite brother is the biggest challenge. Brothers on Call gives homeowners useful home improvement tips and inspires them to take on projects of their own, all through the entertaining antics of two brothers.


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