Do you love home improvement or interior design? Yes – then tune in to HGTV on channel 112! If you’re not familiar with all the great hosts, contractors, designers and real estate agents on HGTV, you’re missing out. To get you started, here are 5 must-watch shows that’ll inspire every do-it-yourselfer, home owner and aspiring designer.
1. House Hunters
Looking for a house is fun – when someone else is doing it. Watch House Hunters to follow the emotional experience behind searching for and purchasing a new home. Guessing which home each family will choose is part of the draw. Will they go for the perfect location or a turn-key masterpiece?! Watch even more house hunting action with House Hunters International, House Hunters Renovation and Tiny House Hunters.
2. Fixer Upper
If you haven’t heard of Chip and Joanna Gaines, you’re missing out. In addition to the couple’s beautiful farmhouse, well-behaved kids and adorable retail center, they also renovate homes in Waco, Texas. Chip and Joanna love taking the worst house in the best neighborhood and making it a family home again. Watch Fixer Upper to see homes go from scary to amazing through demo day, renovations and design.
3. Good Bones
Mother-daughter duo Karen and Mina are based in Indianapolis and slowly turning old houses with “good bones” into modern stunners. They focus on the downtown neighborhood of Fountain Square. These tough, talented women aren’t afraid to get dirty on their way to a beautiful final product. Watch them take on bad roofs, broken windows, unruly yards and more on Tuesdays at 10 pm.
4. Curb Appeal
If 26 successful seasons are any indication, Curb Appeal is both entertaining and inspiring. Host John Gidding designs and executes beautiful exterior makeovers with outdoor living and landscapes that make neighbors stop to take a second look. Take away tips on how to up your own home’s curb appeal with fresh new looks.
5. Flip or Flop
Watch as hosts Tarek and Christina purchase homes at auction with only a curbside view of the property and estimated market predictions for the neighborhood. Everything is included in this show, from bidding at auctions, frustrating surprises during renovations, picking out finishes, prepping for open houses and the flip’s final profit (or loss). If you like Flip or Flop (the original is based in California), there are also Flip or Flop shows featuring homes in Vegas, Atlanta, Fort Worth and more.
HGTV is always available in America’s Top 120 package on channel 112!
Bonus: HGTV is on YouTube!
For awesome tips on home décor, storage solutions, garden inspiration and more, check out HGTV’s YouTube channel. Behind-the-scenes footage from HGTV shows, tips from your favorite TV hosts and kid-friendly activities are all available.