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The Best Home & Garden Television TV Shows

List of popular Home & Garden Television shows, ranked from best to worst. This list of the top current and cancelled Home & Garden Television TV series includes the date when each show first aired, as well as which actors starred in the show. The best Home & Garden Television TV programs of all time include the most viewed shows on Home & Garden Television, as this list covers the entire history of the network. This list is sorted by popularity, so the shows with the most votes are at the top of the list.

HGTV Design Star and The Stagers are included on this list along with many more.

Although television fans in different locations grew up with Home & Garden Television on different channels, most of us got the same shows, so don't let your favorite Home & Garden Television TV shows sink to the bottom of the list! The list of top Home & Garden Television television shown below includes cast, creator, and premiere date when available. This list contains only TV series on the Home & Garden Television network, even ones that are no longer on the air.

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  • Design on a Dime is a decorating television series on HGTV. It features people who want their living space redesigned. The Design on a Dime team uses a $1,000 budget to remake a room. There have been ...more
  • Divine Design was a Canadian interior design show which airs on W Network in Canada and HGTV in the United States. It is hosted by Candice Olson, one of Canada's top designers. In the show, Olson ...more
  • Gardening by the Yard is an American gardening show that airs weekly on HGTV and is hosted by master-gardener Paul James. It premiered in 1996. HGTV states that Gardening by the Yard is for people ...more
  • Income Property is a Canadian home-improvement program. The series premiered on HGTV Canada on September 29, 2008, and on January 1, 2009, on HGTV in the U.S. The program was a half-hour long for the ...more
  • Aspiring designers compete to win their own television series.
  • Curb Appeal is a half-hour TV series that has aired on HGTV in the United States from 2002 to the present, exploring how a house's outside "curb appeal" will be updated. Various hosts over the years, ...more
  • Twin brothers Drew and Jonathan turn fixer-uppers into dream homes.
  • The first-ever "Design Star" winner, David Bromstad, shows how to revitalize tired rooms and transform them into vital new spaces through his mantra: Color is the root of great design.
  • The Antonio Treatment is a one-hour weekly docu-design series show on HGTV and is hosted by Antonio Ballatore, who won Season 4 of the HGTV reality show Design Star. The pilot episode aired on ...more
  • Deserving Design is a half-hour show on the Home and Garden TV network, starring Vern Yip. In each episode an inspirational family or individual is visited by Yip, who show him two different rooms ...more
  • First-time home buyers are guided through the treacherous and sometimes emotionally exhausting shoals of the process and are given candid advice on what it takes to find the right property -- and why ...more
  • The Fix is a Canadian reality television series based around a home renovation prank. The series premiered on July 3, 2008, on HGTV. The program is produced by General Purpose Pictures and is hosted ...more
  • Flip or Flop Nashville (HGTV, 2018) is a reality television series. Real estate agents DeRon Jenkins and Page Turner flip houses in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Dear Genevieve is a television show on the U.S. cable network HGTV, hosted by Genevieve Gorder. The series debuted on January 2009, on HGTV. The show focuses on how Gorder designs a room or an area ...more
  • The Stagers is a half-hour reality television show about home staging that airs on HGTV in the U.S. and Canada. It is produced by Paperny Films and stars Matthew Finlason, Bridget Savereux, and ...more
  • House Hunters (HGTV, 1999) is an American reality television series. The show follows individuals, couples, or families searching for a new home, with the assistance of a real estate agent.
  • Breaking Bland (HGTV, 2021) is an American interior design television series. Designer Mary Welch Stasik breaks design boundaries and encourages clients to eschew traditional looks in order to create ...more
  • Ty Breaker (HGTV, 2021) is an American home improvement reality television series. With help from other designers, Ty Pennington helps conflicted homeowners decide whether to overhaul their current ...more
  • Property enthusiasts Elizabeth and Ethan Finkelstein hunt for their next batch of cheap old houses to feature on their wildly successful social media site. Along the way, they check out houses that ...more
  • Beachfront Bargain Hunt (HGTV, 2013) is an American real estate reality television series. Each week the show follows real-estate agents as they help potential buyers find affordable beachfront homes ...more
  • Three upscale real estate firms give viewers a glimpse of the ultracompetitive world of buying and selling luxury properties in and around Manhattan, with the focus trained on the colorful, assertive ...more
  • Lil Jon Wants to Do What? (HGTV, 2022) is an American home renovation reality series. The series follows DJ Lil Jon and expert designer and builder Anitra Mecadon, as they push home owners outside of ...more
  • Listed Sisters (2015) is an American real estate and home improvement television reality series. Twin sisters Alana & Lex LeBlanc help Nashville families renovate & repair their existing homes to ...more
  • Hawaii Life (HGTV, 2013) is an American reality television series. Following a company called Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, the episodes document their agents work with different people who move ...more
  • I Bought a Dump…Now What? (HGTV, 2022) is an American reality series. The series follows the progress of each homeowner rennovation who purchased dilapidated properties in hopes of renovating them ...more