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Million Dollar Listing: San Francisco

It's got some of the most expensive real estate in the world - and the competition is fierce! Bravo is thrilled to take you inside the high-stakes world of San Francisco, our latest expansion of the popular franchise.


Island Of Bryan

Can two parents with four school-aged kids drop out of their busy lives and move to a tropical paradise to rebuild and restore a run-down beachfront resort? For HGTV Canada Builder Bryan Baeumler and his wife, HGTV Canada Designer Sarah, it's a huge personal and financial gamble and it's going to be the ride of their lives! After 10+ years of building a construction empire back home, Bryan and Sarah Baeumler are about to escape the daily grind and embark on an unforgettable family adventure. While on a recent vacation, they came across a vacant resort on a remote island in the Bahamas. After falling in love with the area and the locals, Bryan and Sarah decided to buy the resort and bring it to its full potential, with the end goal of running it as a business. In Island of Bryan, we follow the story of this radical life event for the Baeumlers, from a dream of creating and running a luxury boutique resort in paradise, to the reality of leaving their friends, family and life behind to take on their most challenging build yet. Is paradise really all it's cracked up to be?


Flip or Flop Atlanta
HGTV,

2017

| Housing/Building, Reality
Rating: 3.7/5

Ken and Anita Corsini run a family business, flipping over 100 houses a year in the Atlanta metro area. Their goal is to rehab old southern homes and revitalize the neighborhoods. But when some of the houses are abandoned for years and trashed by squatters, it takes a lot more than elbow grease to make these homes inhabitable again. Watch as this enterprising couple races against the clock to buy, renovate and flip homes in just a matter of weeks.


Million Dollar Listing: Miami

This series will showcase the sexy city where top luxury agents battle it out in the world of high-end real estate.


Ask This Old House

A successful spin-off of This Old House, this series sends experts Tom Silva (contracting, renovation, carpentry, home repair), Rich Trethewey (heating, air conditioning, plumbing, ventilation) and Roger Cook (gardening, landscaping, hardscaping) to the homes of viewers. Viewers write the show and producers select questions of broad interest and send the appropriate expert. For some special problems, like wells or electrical work, the "Ask" expert coordinates with a local contractor and with him narrates the project. Occasionally, follow-up discussions occur in the barn following the segment, where the experts and host Kevin O'Connor consider alternatives or clarify potentially murky points.


Holmes and Holmes
HGTV (Canada),

2016

| Housing/Building, Reality
Rating: 5/5

This series follows Mike Holmes and his son Mike Jr. (MJ) as they transform MJ's modest bachelor bungalow into the perfect, two-storey home for MJ and his girlfriend Lisa. While Mike and MJ share a last name, a strong work ethic, and a desire to help others, they don't always see eye to eye. Their different approaches provide the foundation for unexpected moments of humour and drama- though they always vow to build it right. In addition to seeing the newest materials and build techniques, viewers will get a glimpse into the personal lives of the Holmes men. Holmes + Holmes is a memorable Father/Son journey with a hammer...and a dream!


House Hunters

This show takes viewers behind the scenes of what it is like for home buyers looking for homes that are right for them.


House Hunters International

A spin off of House Hunters, this series focuses on Realtors looking overseas for their client's new homes.


Ellen's Design Challenge

Six contestants compete against one another as they tackle challenges including sketching, designing and building furniture within a 24 hour time span.


Building Off the Grid
DIY Network,

2014

| Reality, Housing/Building
Rating: 4.3/5

What do you do if you don't trust the world around you? You build a new one. That's the motto of Michael Reynolds, Architect and visionary that created the Earthship. Earthships are houses that are completely self-sufficient and totally off the grid with no electricity or water bills - ever. Michael Reynolds and his team of builders along with 50 interns, who have given up their lives to be part of this project, have just four weeks to build a house in Big Sky, Montana for Earthship enthusiast Jeff Saad. Michael and his crew battle nature and time to try and complete this amazing house.