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I Hate My Bath

I Hate My Bath

Photo Credit:  Jack Parker for DIY Network
  • Premiered: 
    September 13, 2011
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  • Network: DIY
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Second I HATE MY... series, following I Hate My Kitchen 
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  • Tags: home improvement

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Plot Synopsis

Licensed contractor and host Jeff Devlin help homeowners re-imagine and remodel their bathrooms. Whether he's updating a 1970s bath, splitting an existing bathroom into a two spaces (a private master bath and a space for kids), or performing a complete gut job, Devlin transforms bathrooms into spaces suitable for a throne. I HATE MY BATH returned for its third season, premiering on DIY at 10pm ET on Tuesday, November 20, 2012, featuring all-new bathroom disasters, like a cramped and off-color master bath in a 1920s craftsman-style home and a bathroom with pink floral wallpaper, pink countertops and pink toilet inside a local landmark called the 'Barbie Doll House.' Season 4 debuted on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 9pm ET, with Jeff transforming an outdated and moldy bathroom into a salon-like sanctuary. I HATE MY BATH returned for its fifth season on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 10pm ET/PT on DIY, as Jeff transformed an ugly and outdated bathroom into a salon like space, featuring vibrant colors, a living plant wall and a super-sized walk in shower.
On Wednesday, November 12, 2014, I HATE MY BATH returned for is sixth season, as DIY aired four back-to-back episodes from 9-11am ET/PT. In the Season 6 opener, "An Old Wallpapered Bathroom," Jeff Devlin is helping transform this old space with 1920s architecture into a modern and art deco bathroom, complete with black and white marble tile, double sinks on a vanity made from a vintage dresser, a wall tank toilet and tons of architectural details, such as wainscoting and a coffered ceiling.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Magnetic Productions (formerly Edelman Productions)