Spring has sprung and HGTV Canada has the perfect mixture of outdoor and indoor renovation shows to inspire and motivate your inner DIYer. So, before you get out that rake or hammer, check out these sensational shows to start things off on the right foot. All of these featured series are available on STACKTV through Amazon Prime this Spring.
Who Should Watch: Gardeners, DIYers, renovators looking to get more backyard bang for their buck
Backyard Builds is back for a new season. Sarah Keenleyside and Brian McCourt are brimming with new ideas on how to make your backyard space the envy of the neighbourhood. This season, expect a lot of great ideas on how to transform your outdoor space into the ultimate staycation destination. You will see some of the most extraordinary builds of the series along with creative DIYs that will let you put your personal stamp on your outdoor space. Backyard Builds premieres Thursday, April 15 at 9/9:30PM E/P. Stream it live on STACKTV or watch it on HGTV Canada .
Island of Bryan
Who Should Watch: Island of Bryan fans, people who dream of moving to a remote Caribbean island
Fans of the Baeumler’s are anxious and excited to see how HGTV Canada’s famous family are making out with their luxury resort. After having to close down due to the global pandemic, the Baeumler’s begin this season of Island of Bryan wondering what could happen next. Bryan jokes that given their recent luck, an asteroid could land on the resort. But, they are a resourceful bunch. There’s a lot on the line but the Baeumler’s always manage to find something to laugh or smile about. Get ready for the Island of Bryan premiere on Sunday, April 18th. Island of Bryan Season 3 streams live Sundays at 10PM E/P on STACKTV and airs at the same time on HGTV Canada.
Save My Reno
Who Should Watch: Budget-conscious renovators, DIY enthusiasts
Samantha Pynn and Sebastian Clovis team up again for Season 4 of Save My Reno. These lovable hosts have excellent chemistry and a gift for finding inexpensive ways to transform homes. Sebastian makes the calls on the structural issues while Samantha Pynn hones in on the design side of things. The home owners pitch in by helping Sebastian or teaming up with Samantha to complete a DIY that saves money and personalizes their space. From upcycling to demos, Save My Reno has it all. Save My Reno streams live on STACKTV on Tuesdays at 9/9:30PM E/P. It is also available on HGTV Canada.
Who Should Watch: City folks who dream of country living, country folks looking to renovate
Farmhouse Facelift is creating quite a buzz these days and for good reason. Brother-and-sister duo Billy and Carolyn help homeowners transform their country homes into modern masterpieces without losing the charm and character of these well-loved homes. With many people looking to move out of the city, the timing of this new show couldn’t be better. If you dream of buying and renovating a country home, Farmhouse Facelift is the show for you. Farmhouse Facelift streams live Wednesdays at 10PM E/P on STACKTV and airs at the same time on HGTV Canada.
Scott’s Vacation House Rules
Who Should Watch: Vacation property owners, entrepreneurs, anyone dreaming of owning a home-away-from-home
Scott McGillivray’s hit show, Scott’s Vacation House Rules, is back for a second season. Scott and co-host Debra Salmoni make outdated and dilapidated vacation properties rental-ready. From outdoor yoga studios to pet-friendly cottages, this show delivers inspiration and know-how that will help your property pay for itself (and more!). Follow along as Scott and Debra make property owners’ dreams come true. Scott’s Vacation House Rules premieres Sunday, May 16 at 9PM e/p on STACKTV and HGTV Canada.
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