Saturday, March 28, 2009 9:37 AM EDT
Spring has officially begun which means new shows on HGTV. We know you've been asking when your favourite hosts and programs will return and we thank you for your patience. So without further ado, it's the new spring line-up!
New Shows, Returning Hosts
Premiering on Tuesday, March 31 at 9pm ET/PT
Fan favourite Sarah Richardson tackles the renovation of the remote getaway she shares with her husband and young family. Most recently known for her city-centric solutions on Sarah's House, Sarah and her team pull off cottage-chic design and impeccable work while on an off-the-grid island 17 miles off shore.
Holmes in New Orleans
Premiering on Thursday, April 9 at 8pm ET/PT
In this highly anticipated television event, contractor Mike Holmes rebuilds the home of a feisty 68-year old grandmother and restores hope in the New Orleans community hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina. Don't miss the kick-off two-part special airing on Global April 7 and 8 at 9pm ET/PT.
Disaster DIY Cottage
Premiering on Thursday, April 2 at 9pm ET/PT
Host and expert handyman (and Hellman's half the fat mayo spokesperson!) Bryan Baeumler is back - and this time he's headed to cottage country. With his charm and patience intact, Bryan shows six cottage owners how to make their DIY wrongs right.
HGTV's Top 10
Premiering Tuesday, March 31 at 8pm ET/PT
Eye candy alert! If you love looking at luxurious spaces and are inspired by innovative design, then this is the show for you. HGTV’s Top 10 discovers the best-designed rooms in North America from the Hamptons to Toronto and beyond.
My Big Amazing Renovation
Premiering Thursday, April 2 at 9:30pm ET/PT
This is a show for the reno-lovers. Experience the thrill and innovation behind extreme projects, like when a small 1500-square-foot bungalow becomes a large 5000-square-foot dream home.
Big City Broker returns Wednesdays at 8pm ET/PT with new episodes featuring the inner workings of property developer and realtor Brad J. Lamb's successful private real estate business.
Right after Big City Broker on Wednesdays is a new season of The Stagers, following West Coast stagers-in-demand Matthew Finlason, Bridget Savereux and Maureen Powers as they transform dull spaces into livable, sellable homes.
Returning Outdoor Programs
Spring also means the return of gardening and landscaping favourites like City Gardener, Curb Appeal, Dirty Business, Green Force and Take It Outside.
What shows are you looking forward to watching?
Fan of Food Network Canada? Check out their spring TV line up.