21 Best Home Improvement Shows to Watch in 2024
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Hack My Home

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Hack My Home is all about maximizing functionality within a house’s footprint. The Emmy-nominated show stars Mikel Welch, who handles the design; Brooks Atwood, who is in charge of innovation; Ati Williams, who focuses on construction; and Jessica Banks, who leads engineering. Together, the expert team turns overcrowded and underused spaces into hard-working interiors.

Where to watch: Netflix

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Fixer to Fabulous

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Celebrity IOU

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Married to Real Estate

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The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project

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This docuseries stars Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent (Queer Eye‘s new cast member) as the designers and married dads of two renovate family homes in and around New York City. They help clients choose what items in their home to keep, repurpose, donate, or toss. Then, they renovate the home and reincorporate those items into it. The resulting design portrays the family’s style more thoughtfully.

Where to watch: Max, HGTV

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Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

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Millions of viewers tuned into ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition with host Ty Pennington for more than a decade. Although the final episode aired in 2012, the show’s nine-season run cemented it as an iconic home makeover production. In the series, entire houses are renovated by designers and experts in just seven days.

Where to watch: Netflix (30 episodes), Hulu (seasons 3–5)

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Maine Cabin Masters

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Good Bones

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Van Go

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Tiny home living has only increased in popularity over the past decade, and Van Go puts a design spin on the nomadic lifestyle. Host Brett Lewis renovates sprinter vans to bring all the comforts of home along, no matter where you’re parked.

Where to watch: Max

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Restored by the Fords

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Celebrity interior designer Leanne Ford is joined by her husband, Erik Allen Ford, in this show that brings Leanne’s signature effortless style to historic homes in rural Pennsylvania.

Where to watch: HGTV, Max

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Christina on the Coast

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Following her success as the cohost of Flip or Flop, Christina Hall is back and bringing her signature SoCal style to the homes she renovates and designs as part of her docuseries. Binge the current seasons to prepare for 2024’s new episodes. If you like what you see, consider also watching her Tennessee-based show Christina in the Country.

Where to watch: HGTV, Max

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Home Town

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Hosted by Erin and Ben Napier, Home Town follows the couple as they spread their shared love of Southern culture and revitalize historic properties in their actual hometown of Laurel, Mississippi.

Where to watch: HGTV, Max

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Fixer Upper

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It’s a familiar trope—the wife runs the designing, the husband manages the construction—but no one does it better than Chip and Joanna Gaines. The couple helps families choose a fixer-upper home, then fix it up in Joanna’s signature farmhouse style. Would we even know the term shiplap if Jo hadn’t taught us? Since the Gaines started Magnolia Network, they’ve also done a few Fixer Upper spinoffs. Most notably, they starred in Fixer Upper: The Hotel. (And if you want to know what the hotel is like IRL, we have everything you need to know about it here.)

Where to watch: HGTV, Max

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Property Brothers

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Twin brothers Drew (the real estate expert) and Jonathan (the contractor) Scott help families find and renovate homes that are need in of a little TLC on this massively successful show. Part of the success lies in watching their 3D visions come to life; the other part is all in the rapport of these siblings.

Where to watch: HGTV, Max

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Love It or List It

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Love It or List It has been on the air in Canada and the U.S. for more than a decade, and it’s easy to see why. Hosted by Hilary Farr and David Visentin, it consists of every single one of the features that make other renovation shows great: couples with unrealistic expectations, plenty of torn-down walls, and questions about whether homeowners should stay in their flipped homes. While Farr announced her exit from the show in 2023, you can still enjoy the 19 seasons she’s in.

Where to watch: HGTV, Max

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Going Home With Tyler Cameron

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In The Bachelorette alum and general contractor Tyler Cameron’s home renovation show, the reality star follows his dreams as he starts his own construction company in his hometown of Jupiter, Florida. With house-flipping expert Robb Ritch and Miami-based interior designer Jessica Quintero, he renovates homes in the area and tackles other exciting projects like vacation rental properties.

Where to watch: Prime Video

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Designing Miami

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If you’re looking for a home improvement show that’s easy to watch and has a single season, look no further than Designing Miami. The show follows Miami-based designers Eilyn Jimenez, founder and creative director of Sire Design, and Raymond Jimenez, founder and creative director of RAYMOND NICOLAS design house. Yes, that means the husband-and-wife duo operates competing businesses in the design world.

Where to watch: Netflix

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Tidying Up With Marie Kondo

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Marie Kondo is not tearing down walls with a sledgehammer on this show—unless you count emotional walls. The best-selling author’s smash Netflix hit series follows her as she helps people organize and pare down their possessions, a surprisingly poignant experience for everyone involved (including viewers).

Where to watch: Netflix

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Dream Home Makeover

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Launched in fall 2020, Dream Home Makeover follows the projects of Studio McGee’s Shea and Sid McGee. Expect cozy textures, chic color palettes, and Shea’s signature, timeless styling across the show’s four seasons.

Where to watch: Netflix

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Rehab Addict

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Unlike many other shows on this list, where the goal is to rip apart old houses to make them look modern, Rehab Addict is all about restoring old homes to preserve their special architecture. Host Nicole Curtis sticks with just a few houses in the midwest per season so viewers can really appreciate the journey and effort that go into each project.

Where to watch: Netflix

 

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