It’s a time for new beginnings here at HGTV Canada as we head into 2021. We have a slew of new seasons and series that will thrill and inspire you. Tune into the network on STACKTV with Amazon Prime Video Channels to unlock the potential that’s awaiting you for non-stop reno and design tips. There are many outstanding shows, but below are five that we’re especially excited about!
Who Should Watch: Ty Pennington fans, Love It or List It fans
Ty Pennington (who many of you may remember from the original Extreme Makeover: Home Edition) leads this competition show as he helps desperate families decide whether to overhaul their current home or renovate a new one that better suits their needs. In each episode, Alison Victoria (Windy City Rehab), Grace Mitchell (One of a Kind) or Sabrina Soto (The High Low Project) will try to sway the family to pull up stakes and move to another home that can be renovated to make their dream home a reality, while Ty does all he can to convince the family to stay. Who wins? The viewer. There will be lots of laughs, reno ideas and light-hearted fun. Ty Breaker premieres Tuesday, January 11 at 10PM e/p.
Who Should Watch: Home Town fans, and people looking for that charming small town feeling.
Now in its fifth season, Home Town just keeps getting better. Ben and Erin Napier’s approach to home renovation takes into consideration the needs and desires of the homeowners while uncovering the lost charm and character of older homes. Ben and Erin’s hometown of Laurel, Mississippi looks a lot different than when they started their show, and it’s definitely been added to people’s bucket lists of must-see small towns. Load up the Airstream; there’s a road trip ahead! Home Town Season 5 premieres Sunday, January 3 at 9PM e/p.
100 Day Dream Home
Who Should Watch: People seeking full home-renos or builds, and viewers who want an edge-of-your seat experience.
Often when a contractor provides a promised date of completion for a home reno or new build, most take it with a grain of salt, but Mika and Brian Kleinschmidt mean it when they say: 100 days. The couple keeps their promise of finishing people’s dream homes within that timeframe. Things can get a bit stressful, but the couple always manages to have a good time on their way to the finish line. The new season of 100 Day Dream Home premieres Wednesday January 6 at 10PM e/p.
Property Brothers: Forever Home
Who Should Watch: Property Brother fans, and people who love perfect endings.
Property Brothers: Forever Home has new episodes all through January, and you don’t want to miss them. Drew and Jonathan Scott help people’s dreams of a ‘forever home’ a reality. Along the way, aspiring home renovators pick up valuable tips on how to improve and update their own space. The brothers have a remarkable way of connecting with families. Watch for all-new episodes beginning Monday, January 4 at 9PM e/p.
Who Should Watch: House hunters, and people who visit open houses for fun.
Yes, there are new episodes of House Hunters coming your way in January! The House Hunters juggernaut began in 1999 and has inspired other shows including House Hunters International and House Hunters Renovation. The show is so popular, HGTV Canada has scheduled the show twice every week. New episodes premiere Monday, January 4 at 8 and 11PM et/pt.