diy Disaster House

diy Disaster House

Infestation? Check. Flood? Check. Earthquake? Indoor roller derby? Falling pianos? Check, check, check. The first rule of Disaster House is “be careful what you wish for.” Host Josh Temple is the “Master of Disaster,” and every week he simulates the worst nature and man can throw at a house, and then shows some creative approaches on how to fix the damage.

 

Cake Boss

Cake Boss

When you work with your four sisters, three brothers-in-law, your mother and your wife, there's bound to be drama, and for Buddy Valastro the Cake Boss there's plenty! In each half-hour episode, Buddy races to design, execute, finish and safely deliver his cakes, while trying to control his family and his kitchen crew. When they're not yelling, fighting or pulling pranks on each other…Buddy and his team manage to pull off some amazing, one-of-a-kind cakes.

Dr Dee Alaska Vet

Dr Dee Alaska Vet

 In Alaska, you’ve got to be able to handle any challenge that’s thrown your way--but challenges are Dr. Dee Thornell's favorite thing.  In the docu-series, Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet, we follow Dr. Dee and her team as they practice high tech medicine at Animal House Veterinary Hospital in Fairbanks--one of the state's most advanced veterinary hospitals. The adventures really begin when Dr. Dee takes flight to see patients in remote areas around the state. Whether it is treating sled dogs in a a tiny village in the interior of Alaska, doing a physical on a bear fresh out of hibernation, or helicoptering an injured horse out of the wilderness, no patient is off limits for Dr. Dee.

Fixer Upper

Fixer Upper

If you want to live on the best block, sometimes you have to buy the worst house. With vision, perseverance, and a lot of love, Chip and Joanna Gaines turn those ugly, outdated houses into dream homes.

Every town has it – the neighborhood with the perfect commute, the great schools, and the gorgeous houses. It’s also the hardest neighborhood to buy into. Chip and Joanna Gaines have made a career of making those out-of-reach homes reachable. They take the worst house on the best block and turn it into a dream home for their clients, and they do it all while raising four kids and running a farm in beautiful central Texas.

 

Ayesha's Homemade

Ayesha's Homemade

   Ayesha Curry is a cookbook author, super foodie, a mother of two and a loving wife to NBA player Stephen Curry, with a huge following on social media. While her life can get hectic corralling her two young daughters and now opening her own line of restaurants, Ayesha always makes time to eat well. Food has got to be fast to make it to her family table so join Ayesha in her home as she shares her quick and tasty recipes with family and friends on Ayesha’s Homemade.

 

Good Bones

Good Bones

Mother and daughter duo Karen Jensen and Mina Starsiak are revitalizing their hometown of Indianapolis one house at a time. With Mina's real estate know-how and Karen's strong legal background, they buy dilapidated eyesores in the community and turn them into hip urban remodels.  But these aren't your average renovations; with demo down to the studs Mina and Karen dramatically transform each home to fit a growing community. Follow the unfiltered duo through the ups and downs of home renovation in this first season of Good Bones on HGTV.

Life at Vet U

Life at Vet U

High Noon’s vet school docu-series, explores the lives of six fourth-year veterinary students at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine as they enter a critical turning point in their lives—the final few months of vet school. Their journey, challenges, and triumphs unfold as they face the reality that they will be licensed veterinarians in just a few short months. Time is short for them to shore up their weaknesses, figure out relationships, and become strong new members of the veterinary profession.

Playhouse Masters

Playhouse Masters

  From pirate ships to princess castles, and jungle fortresses to haunted trains, the Leavitt family means business when it comes to building the world's best playhouses. 

Husband and wife duo Tyson and Audy Leavitt run Charmed Playhouses with help the help of esteemed architect Wayne Visbeen and their relatives Derral and Jeremy. This imaginative group will do anything to create an over-the-top play structure: they'll carve dragons, create realistic trees, and erect twisted towers to make one-of-a-kind playhouses for families everywhere, including celebrities. But it's not just Audy and Tyson running the business; the couple's three children are vital to the operation. They not only dream up the ideas for every playhouse, they subject each one to rigorous kid-testing before the masterpieces are shipped to lucky families across North America.