Browse - Most popular how to/do it yourself shows






Cake WarsCake Wars

While there are plenty of masterful cake makers out there, only a few have the skills to win Cake Wars. Jonathan Bennett hosts this grueling competition where four expert bakers go toe-to-toe to see whose mind-blowing cake creation will be the star of a major event, earning them the $10,000 prize. Master pastry chefs and judges Waylynn Lucas and Ron Ben-Israel will determine which cakes are worthy of headlining parties for The Simpsons, The Sound of Music, DC Comics and more! Let the Cake Wars begin.


Kate Plus 8Kate Plus 8
TLC, 2010 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Lifestyle, How To/Do It Yourself, Reality

Follow the journey of Kate Gosselin as she raises her eight children as a single mother, facing challenges and creating unforgettable memories. From managing a household of ten to taking exciting trips, see how Kate balances her responsibilities while making sure her kids have a fun and fulfilling childhood.


Full Custom GarageFull Custom Garage

The series features car builder Ian Roussel at work, creating one-of-a kind vehicles. In each episode, Ian's unique fabrication will be put to the test as he builds everything from show cars to trash trucks. It's gonna be a wild ride and he ain't stopping till it's Full Custom.


American GunsAmerican Guns
Discovery, 2011 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Sports, How To/Do It Yourself, Reality | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

The Wyatts are your typical suburban family… who just happened to own one of the premiere firearms facilities in the world. Rich Wyatt and his wife Renee own Gunsmoke, located outside Denver, Colorado, where they buy, sell and trade guns - from hand canons to hunting rifles. And if you don't see what you want, they'll build one for you - from nothing more than a block of metal. Gunsmoke has the largest and most experienced group of gunsmiths in the state. When the Wyatts aren't building or selling guns, they're shooting them. No gun leaves their shop without being test fired by the family first. They - and the one-of-a-kind and historic guns they make and sell - are featured in the all-new series


GruenGruen

Analysis of TV adverts and other media advertising by a guest panel that works within the industry, with an eye on both the excesses and effectiveness of advertising. Additional segment each week involves advertising companies creating adverts to "sell the unsellable" based on a chosen theme.


Storage HuntersStorage Hunters
truTV, 2011 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Educational, How To/Do It Yourself, Reality
Rating: 1/5

The show follows a married couple in the storage auction business. It was actually the first show ordered in the genre, but was delayed in production.


Somebody's Gotta Do ItSomebody's Gotta Do It
CNN, 2014 Cancelled/Ended | Travel, History, How To/Do It Yourself, Reality | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

Reality show about regular people who feel compelled to do a particular thing. Dirt is not a pre-requisite, but hard work is still fair-game.


Garage SquadGarage Squad

You know that "project car" you've been working on for the last five years? The car just sitting in your garage collecting dust? Well, today could be the day you can finally drive that project out of your garage. This series surprises the people working on car projects with the opportunity to get expert help to finally finish them. The "Garage Squad" team of ace mechanics searches auto parts stores across America for worthy backyard automotive restorers, and walks out with them ready to take those cars from DIY to DONE.


Flea Market FlipFlea Market Flip
HGTV, 2012 Cancelled/Ended | Talent, How To/Do It Yourself, Buy, Sell and Trade, Reality
Rating: 5/5

The show puts two teams to the test. With a budget of only $500, they are sent into a flee market to see what amazing bargains they can find. They then must upcycle them into something better. Then its back to the flea market and see who makes the most with their re-imagined designs.


Fixer to Fabulous: ItalianoFixer to Fabulous: Italiano

Fixer to Fabulous: Italiano will document the Marrs, who first visited Italy as newlyweds, as they execute a monumental restoration of the centuries-old property. Inspired by the rich history, rolling hillsides and leafy olive groves of the region, Dave and Jenny will rely on the help of local builders, architects and artisans to meet historic building regulations and source authentic materials such as handmade terracotta tiles, olive wood floors and Carrara marble. Bringing this behemoth renovation across the finish line will take all the grit, determination and building savvy they can muster to overcome language barriers, months of delays, budget restraints, looming deadlines and an immense amount of pressure.