top home renovation television shows
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There’s nothing like a good home renovation show to get the creative juices flowing. Whether it’s for designing your own home or to give you ideas about buying a foreclosure to flip, these shows can show you the good, bad, and ugly of all things home renovation.

But their surge in popularity means it can be hard to tell which show to watch, or sometimes even find your favorite show when it gets bumped for another. To help, here’s a list of 18 home renovation shows still playing regularly on HGTV and TLC.

1. Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation

  • About: An offshoot of “Beachfront Bargain Hunt,” this show follows home buyers who are willing to buy a home on the beach that needs a little work. Viewers of “Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation” can then see which home is purchased, what renovations were made, and how much the whole thing cost.
  • How long it’s been on air: Three seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation” is on next

2. Big Beach Builds

  • About: Contractor and host Marnie takes old beach homes into new with “Big Beach Builds.” Her goal? To bring to life beach homes on a budget of any size.
  • How long it’s been on air: One season
  • Episodes: Catch “Big Beach Builds” on Mondays at 9:00 pm Eastern

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3. Brother Vs. Brother

  • About: Drew and Jonathan Scott from “Property Brothers” compete with each other on “Brother Vs. Brother”, which takes place in a new city each season. Heating things up another notch, they buy their homes to renovate sight unseen. Each episode highlights the renovation of one room of the house until the entire homes are complete.
  • How long it’s been on air: Six seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Brother Vs. Brother” is on next

4. Desert Flippers

  • About: “Desert Flippers” follows Eric and Lindsey, a couple that moved from Wisconsin to Palm Springs, California and renovate homes to sell for a profit. Each episode takes viewers through a new flip in Palm Springs.
  • How long it’s been on air: Two seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Desert Flippers” is on next

5. Fixer Upper

  • About: A beloved fan favorite, “Fixer Upper” follows Chip and Joanna Gaines as they renovate homes throughout Waco, TX. Each episode they help buyers find a fixer-upper in their favorite neighborhood and then plan the home of their dreams with the money they have left over after the purchase. Although the filming has now come to an end, viewers can watch plenty of past episodes on HGTV.
  • How long it’s been on air: Five seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Fixer Upper” is on next

6. Flip or Flop

  • About: Viewers of “Flip or Flop” can watch hosts Tarek and Christina purchase foreclosed homes in Southern California at auction and then try to flip them for a profit. If the home goes unsold buy the episode air date, it’s considered a flop. Following in the show’s success are “Flip or Flop Atlanta,” “Flip or Flop Fort Worth,” “Flip or Flop Nashville,” and “Flip or Flop Vegas.”
  • How long it’s been on air: Seven seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Flip or Flop” is on next

7. Flipping Virgins

  • About: In “Flipping Virgins,” the latest “Property Virgins” host, Egypt, helps first-time homebuyers buy a renovation property and flip it in an attempt to earn a profit.
  • How long it’s been on air: Three seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Flipping Virgins” is on next

8. Good Bones

  • About: This show features mother and daughter Karen and Mina as they work to revitalize homes in Indianapolis, Indiana. Viewers of Good Bones can see this duo not just renovate homes, but work to add a modern, urban design to homes in their beloved hometown.
  • How long it’s been on air: Three seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Good Bones” is on next

9. Hidden Potential

  • About: Viewers who are tired of looking at cookie cutter homes can watch “Hidden Potential” host Jasmine add new flair to basic homes for buyers in California who want a custom design.
  • How long it’s been on air: One season
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Hidden Potential” is on next

10. Holmes: Next Generation

  • About: Famed contractor Mike Holmes is joined by his adult children in “Holmes: Next Generation,” where they all work to save home renovators from projects gone sideways.
  • How long it’s been on air: One season
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Holmes: Next Generation” is on next

11. House Hunters Renovation

  • About: Long-standing HGTV classic, “House Hunters,” gets its own renovation offshoot with “House Hunters Renovation.” Each episode takes viewers to a new city or town and shows buyers looking to buy a fixer-upper that they can renovate.
  • How long it’s been on air: 13 season
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “House Hunters Renovation” is on next

12. Listed Sisters

  • About: The Property Brothers have some twin competition now that “Listed Sisters” has arrived. Twins Alana and Lex help people renovate their homes so they can sell at a high enough price to get into the home of their dreams.
  • How long it’s been on air: Two seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Listed Sisters” is on next

13. Love It or List It

  • About: Couples don’t always agree on a home, and “Love It or List It” capitalizes on these debates. Real estate agent David shows couples new homes they can move into that fit all their needs while designer Hilary renovates their home to work better for their family. In the end, the couple has to decide if they’re going to “love” their home and stay or “list” it and sell.
  • How long it’s been on air: 13 seasons
  • Episodes: Catch “Love It or List It” on Mondays at 9:00 pm Eastern

14. Love It or List It, Too

  • About: Viewers who love “Love It or List It” can get an extra dose in this Canadian version of the show. In “Love It or List It, Too,” real estate agent Todd shows buyers homes that can work for them while designer Jillian tries to fulfill a renovation that will make the couple want to stay in their home.
  • How long it’s been on air: 8 seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when”Love It or List It, Too” is on next

15. Music City Fix

  • About: Country music husband and wife duo turned house flippers, Kortney and Dave work to flip homes in their city of Nashville, Tennessee. Viewers of “Music City Fix” can watch these two work on tight budgets and timelines to turn rundown properties into profitable homes.
  • How long it’s been on air: One season
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Music City Fix” is on next

16. Nate & Jeremiah by Design

  • About: The first TLC show on this list, “Nate & Jeremiah by Design” follows married designers Nate and Jeremiah as they try to save homebuyers from renovation disasters.
  • How long it’s been on air: Two seasons
  • Episodes: Catch “Nate & Jeremiah by Design” on Saturdays at 9:00 pm Eastern

17. Property Brothers

  • About: One of HGTV’s most popular series, “Property Brothers” follows twin brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott as they convince buyers to go for a fixer-upper in order to get the custom home of their dreams.
  • How long it’s been on air: Twelve seasons
  • Episodes: Catch “Property Brothers” on Wednesdays at 9:00 pm Eastern

18. Property Brothers: Buying + Selling

  • About: Capitalizing on the popularity of the Scott brothers, “Property Brothers: Buying + Selling,” shows real estate agent Drew helping buyers find the home they need while contractor Jonathan renovates their home to increase the value. Drew then helps them sell their home at a price that’ll get them into the dream home he finds for them.
  • How long it’s been on air: Seven seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Property Brothers: Buying + Selling” is on next

19. This Old House

  • About: In this incredibly long-running home renovation show, viewers can watch one house be renovated bit by bit over more than one episode. Dig deep with “This Old House” if you want a close-up on the life of renovation.
  • How long it’s been on air: 39 Seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “This Old House” is on next

20. Trading Spaces

  • About: Another TLC show, “Trading Spaces” this fan-favorite has been brought back to life after a ten-year absence. In this more dramatic of home renovation shows, neighbors agree to renovate one room for each other with only $2,000 and two days to do the work. The results don’t always end in happy tears.
  • How long it’s been on air: Two seasons
  • Episodes: Catch “Trading Spaces” on Saturdays at 8:00 pm Eastern

21. Vintage Flip

  • About: In “Vintage Flip,” hosts Jessie and Tina purchase, renovate, and sell 100-year old homes.
  • How long it’s been on air: Two seasons
  • Episodes: Click here to see when “Vintage Flip” is on next

Other Classic Home Renovation Shows

There are still many home renovation shows that are much loved but not currently airing on a regular schedule. Luckily, you can still find episodes online! Here are a few you might want to check out or revisit:

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