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8th May '16 9:22:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''HomeImprovement'''s ShowWithinAShow, ''Tool Time'', is of this kind.

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* ''HomeImprovement'''s ''Series/HomeImprovement'''s ShowWithinAShow, ''Tool Time'', is of this kind.
15th Jan '16 8:13:33 PM SirSapphire
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* ''Furniture to Go'', hosted by Joe L'Erario and Ed Feldman. Furniture repair mixed with RapidFireComedy.
5th Nov '15 10:50:41 AM IncoG5nito
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* ''Changing Rooms'' - British show where two couples each redecorate one room in the other couple's house with the help of decorating experts.
* ''Trading Spaces'' - The American equivalent of the above.

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* ''Changing Rooms'' - British show where two couples each redecorate one room in the other couple's house with the help of decorating design experts.
* ''Trading Spaces'' - The American equivalent of the above.above; it could occasionally border on "off the wall" itself depending on which designer a couple was stuck with.
4th Nov '15 7:07:07 PM IncoG5nito
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Expect many, many of these shows to feature EveryEpisodeEnding with TheReveal, followed by a BigOMG.

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Expect many, many of these shows to feature EveryEpisodeEnding with TheReveal, followed by a BigOMG.
BigOMG
4th Nov '15 7:06:55 PM IncoG5nito
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A genre composed of several different varieties of show revolving around remodeling or rebuilding homes, and/or the yards around them.

Some are straightforward "do it yourself" guides and instruction. A few are akin to [[GameShow game shows]]. Others are simply off the wall.

In all cases, the appeal revolves around a voyeuristic appreciation of the improvements, playing on the viewer's desire to have or make those improvements to his or her own home.

The genre is so popular that a fair amount of the Discovery Channel can be found dedicated to it, and at least two cable networks (HGTV and DIY) specialize in it. It's also a staple of PBS in the United States.

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A genre composed of several different varieties of show revolving around remodeling or rebuilding homes, and/or the yards around them. \n\n The genre is so popular that a fair amount of the Discovery Channel can be found dedicated to it, and at least two cable networks (HGTV and DIY) specialize in it. It's also a staple of PBS in the United States.

Some are straightforward "do it yourself" "Do It Yourself" guides and instruction. instruction. A few are akin to [[GameShow game shows]]. shows]]. Others are simply off the wall.

wall, and of course a subversion or two have popped up. In all cases, the appeal revolves around a voyeuristic appreciation of the improvements, playing on the viewer's desire to have or make those improvements to his or her own home.

The genre is so popular that a fair amount Expect many, many of the Discovery Channel can be found dedicated these shows to it, and at least two cable networks (HGTV and DIY) specialize in it. It's also feature EveryEpisodeEnding with TheReveal, followed by a staple of PBS in the United States.BigOMG.



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* ''Changing Rooms'' - British show where two couples each redecorate one room in the other couple's house with the help of decorating experts.
* ''Trading Spaces'' - The American equivalent of the above.

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* ''Changing Rooms'' - British show where two couples each redecorate one room in the other couple's house with the help of decorating experts.
* ''Trading Spaces'' - The American equivalent of the above.
''While You Were Out''


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* ''Changing Rooms'' - British show where two couples each redecorate one room in the other couple's house with the help of decorating experts.
* ''Trading Spaces'' - The American equivalent of the above.
4th Nov '15 7:02:20 PM IncoG5nito
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* ''Trading Spaces''

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* ''Changing Rooms'' - British show where two couples each redecorate one room in the other couple's house with the help of decorating experts.
* ''Trading Spaces''Spaces'' - The American equivalent of the above.



* ''Changing Rooms''

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* ''Changing Rooms''



* ''Series/FixerUpper''
* ''Series/ExtremeMakeoverHomeEdition''

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* ''Series/FixerUpper''
''Series/FixerUpper'' - Couples buy run-down homes in affluent neighborhoods, which are then renovated under the direction of couple Chip and Joanna Gaines.
* ''Series/ExtremeMakeoverHomeEdition''
''Series/ExtremeMakeoverHomeEdition'' - Families in need have their houses completely rebuilt with the help of their neighborhoods to suit their living situations.
4th Nov '15 6:57:40 PM IncoG5nito
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* ''P. Allen Smith's Garden Home''; Smith also hosts short spots on the WeatherChannel.

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* ''P. Allen Smith's Garden Home''; Smith also hosts short spots on the WeatherChannel.Weather Channel.
4th Nov '15 6:57:12 PM IncoG5nito
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* ''{{Hometime}}'', hosted by Dean Johnson
* ''ThisOldHouse'': The earliest episodes resemble DIY, but it quickly turned into something of a "showcase" program that presented high-end renovations of expensive properties using resources out of the reach of most homeowners.

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* ''{{Hometime}}'', ''Hometime'', hosted by Dean Johnson
* ''ThisOldHouse'': ''This Old House'': The earliest episodes resemble DIY, but it quickly turned into something of a "showcase" program that presented high-end renovations of expensive properties using resources out of the reach of most homeowners.



* ''TheNewYankeeWorkshop'', hosted by Norm Abram focusing on woodworking
* ''TheWoodwrightsShop'', hosted by Roy Underhill focusing on traditional woodworking
* ''HomeAgain'', hosted by Bob Vila after leaving ''ThisOldHouse''
* ''TheVictoryGarden'', running since 1975

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* ''TheNewYankeeWorkshop'', ''The New Yankee Workshop'', hosted by Norm Abram focusing on woodworking
woodworking.
* ''TheWoodwrightsShop'', ''The Woodwright's Shop'', hosted by Roy Underhill focusing on traditional woodworking
woodworking.
* ''HomeAgain'', ''Home Again'', hosted by Bob Vila after leaving ''ThisOldHouse''
''This Old House''.
* ''TheVictoryGarden'', ''The Victory Garden'', running since 1975
1975.



* ''Series/TradingSpaces''
* ''ExtremeHome''
* ''ChangingRooms''

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* ''MonsterHouse''

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* ''Series/TradingSpaces''
''Trading Spaces''
* ''ExtremeHome''
''Extreme Home''
* ''ChangingRooms''

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* ''MonsterHouse''
''Changing Rooms''




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* ''Series/ExtremeMakeoverHomeEdition''

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* ''Monster House'' - a SpinOff of ''Series/MonsterGarage'' where parts of a house are [[TrashTheSet very violently demolished]] and transformed into an extreme setting, such as a kitchen into a medieval mead hall.
* ''Homewrecker'' - a subversion courtesy of MTV in which a teenager gets revenge on a friend by having his or her bedroom transformed into an unlivable space resembling the original prank pulled (for example, a prankster who shaved all the body hair off of a sleeping buddy getting his room turned into a pulsing, throbbing cave covered floor to ceiling in hair).
18th Oct '15 7:00:15 PM IncoG5nito
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