9 Home Shows That Will Bring Back Fond Memories

This Old House has been a staple of home improvement television since 1979. Hosted by Bob Vila and later by experts like Norm Abram, the show takes viewers through every step of home.

This Old House

A fun series where two sets of neighbors redecorate each other’s rooms with the help of designers.Watch as two sets of neighbors redecorate each other’s rooms with unique designs and surprises.

Trading Spaces

Home Edition focused on giving deserving families beautiful new homes through extreme renovations. With a team of designers, builders, and volunteers, each episode.

Extreme Makeover

Combining humor with practical advice, this series entertained viewers with its witty takes on household projects and family life throughout the 1990s.

Home Improvement

The reboot of Queer Eye features the Fab Five—experts in grooming, fashion, culture, food, and design—who help people transform their lives. Each episode offers emotional makeovers.

Queer Eye

Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, a couple who turned fixer-upper homes into stunning spaces in Waco, Texas. Known for their charming design aesthetic and practical renovation tips,

Fixer Upper

In Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott help families buy, renovate, and transform homes into their dream spaces. From finding the perfect property to managing renovations.

Property Brothers

While Pimp My Ride focused on car restorations, it featured over-the-top transformations and creative modifications that rivaled any home makeover.

Pimp My Ride

The Brady Bunch Renovation took fans behind the scenes of the iconic Brady Bunch house renovation. The project aimed to recreate the classic TV set’s look and feel.

The Brady Bunch Renovation

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