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House Hunters Renovation

House Hunters Renovation

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  • Premiered: 
    September 23, 2012
    (Click date to see TV listings for that day)

  • Network: HGTV
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Spinoff of House Hunters 
  • Subject Matter:
  • Tags: real estate, home improvement

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  • Season 1
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Plot Synopsis

HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION follows potential home buyers as they tour three for-sale homes, purchase the perfect fixer-upper, and then renovate and reveal their new property. Each 60-minute episode features a different homeowner, with the first half of the show following a typical HOUSE HUNTERS format -- a real-estate agent showing a client three different properties -- and the second half of the show featuring the design and renovation of one room in the new home. The production company provides each homeowner with a designer, a team of workers and a budget to execute the room renovation. In the first three episodes: Vicky and Phil fail to find high-end custom details in a new home, so they use her family's architectural woodworking firm to give their new living room a traditional but comfortable Cape Cod style look; first-time homeowners Brendan and Hiwa want to find a new home in time for their baby's arrival, but they must find a place near the beach that fits their budget and then renovate a room that satisfies their conflicting design styles; and artist Lynell and his TV producer wife Lisa are looking for Craftsman flair and Spanish details in a house in their price range, and after they buy, they renovate the kitchen -- which may get derailed when Lise's job keeps her from being around. HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION returned for its third season on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT. In the Season 3 opener, Wisconsin couple Lori and Cory have their heart set on purchasing a vacation home in the Hollywood Hills, and even though they don't agree on location -- Lori hopes for something with a beachy feel, while Cory wants a mid-century modern style house -- they are both eager to do renovation, which is a good thing since the vacation bungalow they purchase in the Hollywood Hills needs a total overhaul. On Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT, HGTV aired the Season 4 premiere of HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION. In the season opener, Eric and Jillian Dowsland are finding the Boston real estate market hard to navigate after relocating from Colorado. Way in over their heads, the young couple turns to designer Shelly Cates to create a new master bathroom where there once was only a small closet. Under Shelley's guidance the couple also tackle the kitchen and living room along with turning a small alcove into a guest room that doubles as an office. HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION returned for its fifth season on Saturday, January 3, 2015 at 10pm ET/PT on HGTV. In the Season 5 opener, "A Young Couple's Hands-On Renovation Still Blows the Budget," a couple finds a larger home because they're ready to start a family, but when the renovation begins, they learn they may have bitten off more than they can chew. On Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 10pm ET/PT, HGTV premiered the sixth season of HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION. In the season opener, "Two Lawyers Argue the Case of Spanish vs. Traditional Vintage," two lawyers find a home that blends their different styles, with few stairs and a location near the beach -- but the challenges do not end there. HGTV premiered a new season of HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION on Saturday, July 16, 2016 at 10pm ET/PT. In the season opener, "Reno Budget Down the Drain," John, Sarah and their three young children recently relocated to Southern California and are eager to buy a home in Thousand Oaks. Working with an $860,000 budget, they hope to find something with a large backyard and an updated master bathroom. Sarah would like a ranch home with a contemporary farmhouse style, while John would prefer a Spanish-style home with clean lines and a modern vibe. They also have deal-breakers, like John's hatred of round design elements and Sarah not wanting a drain in the middle of the shower floor. They finally find a home and start renovations, but pricey issues keep popping up that hurt their timeline and also their budget. On Saturday, November 12, 2016 at 10pm ET/PT, HGTV premiered a new season of HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION. In the season opener, "Newlyweds Run Their Own Reno," instead of taking their honeymoon, Austin, Texas, newlyweds Diana and Sean are searching for a new home. They're confident they can find a good value quickly, if only they could see eye-to-eye on their wants and needs. To find the right home, Sean is taking the lead and acting as the couple's agent, and once they find a place they can both agree on, Diana steps in and acts as the contractor to take on the challenge of a complete redo. Along the way, the budget keeps rising as problems come up, not to mention extras in their kitchen and master bath. But in the end, they wind up with a home that truly feels like the perfect start for their lives together. HGTV premiered the eleventh season of HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT. In the season opener, "Reno Written in the Stars," a couple looks to buy a home near their furniture restoration business in Silver Lake, California. Once they agree on a place, they must put in some sweat equity to make it fit their eclectic tastes. However, they quickly learn that renovating a house is an entirely different project than restoring furniture, and tensions run high as they rush to complete the renovation before their current lease runs out.
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Season 12 of HOUSE HUNTERS RENOVATION premiered on Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT on HGTV. In the season opener, "Big Reno for Little Brother," a Los Angeles writer searches for a contemporary home with industrial farmhouse touches. He's determined to find a house to put his personal stamp on, while his older brother joins the hunt to make sure he doesn't get too far over his head.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Pie Town Productions