Joanna and Chip Gaines take on a close-to-the-heart project for friend and colleague, Jimmy Don Holmes, and his son Jake. The Fixer Upper features an amazing one-of-a-kind country-home renovation — and a very special VIP drop-by.
When Patti decided to move to Waco to be near her two sons, she was determined to find a house that would bring her joy. Chip and Jo delivered with a warm and welcoming home that produced both smiles and "happy tears."
Heads up, Home Town fans! The much-anticipated second season kicks off Monday, January 8. Also, if you haven’t heard, Ben and Erin have a bombshell of an announcement that just happens to coincide.
HGTV continues its yearly tradition of providing viewers with a room-by-room tour of the White House as decked out for the Christmas holidays. This year HGTV host Alison Victoria is there to provide you with all the behind-the-scenes access. Here's a sneak peek.
In a new Fixer Upper transformation, Chip and Joanna Gaines help a couple upgrade a 1927 brick Tudor, making it modern and family-friendly while retaining its elements of classic charm.
Joanna works her magic, divining her clients' wishes and giving them just what they're looking for in their first fixer-upper — and maybe a few things they didn't even know they were looking for.
Fixer Upper Sneak-Peek: Chip and Jo help a young couple with three daughters find the space they need and the traditional design they crave.
Fans of DIY Network's Kitchen Crashers, and its ever-effervescent host Alison Victoria, have reason to celebrate. It's official. Alison will be hosting an all-new series on HGTV starting in 2018.
The Brothers are taking on one of their biggest projects yet, and this time it's personal — with a very special family addition.
Big things are in store in the new season of Fixer Upper, and it starts with a young couple with a taste for historic character in search of their perfect first home.
He said he would, and then he did. Chip cuts off his hair (all of it!), and for the best of reasons.
Operation Haircut: It may be time for a trim for Mr. Gaines but, in this case, there could be a big payoff benefiting a worthy cause.
Let the countdown commence, Chip and Jo fans. The season premiere is headed your way, and we've got solid hints at what you'll be seeing this season.
Laurel, Mississippi — the famously small-town setting for HGTV's hit series Home Town — has a population of only about 18,000, so practically no new citizen is likely to go unnoticed. But one new resident in particular is certain to grab the attention of folks well beyond the town's city limits.
A few observations about why viewers are falling head-over-heels for HGTV's new home renovation series Good Bones, now shooting its second season.
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