Wondering where you can stream popular HGTV shows without having Cable TV? Look first to Discovery+ where you can find a huge selection of HGTV programs, PLUS shows from the entire Discovery family of media networks, including Magnolia Network, The Food Network and more!

We have also included links to Amazon Prime for shows that are also available through Prime’s attractive Discovery+ add-on bundle. This package can be tried with a 7-Day Free Trial and will only cost an additional $4.99 per month afterward, which can be cancelled at any time.

That said, here are the home-genre shows that we have either previously enjoyed or look forward to watching in the near future.  The topics and themes covered are wide-ranging, including: Home Renovations; House Flipping; Real Estate – both Buying & Selling; Design Competitions; Renovation Competitions; Historic Restorations; Pre-Sale Renovations; and of course, inspirational, “day dreamy” shows!

Best HGTV & Home Shows to Stream on Discovery+

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100 Day Dream Home HGTV Reality Home Improvement Show

100 Day Dream Home

Husband and wife team, Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt help clients build the perfect custom home from the ground up – in just 100 days! Filmed in Tampa, Florida, this series follows the developer-realtor duo as they specialize in new constructions with special detail on interior design for the specific needs of the client. Through their company Dirt 2 Design, the Kleinschmidts highlight only the essentials of the 100 day timeline, as they are the first to admit that building a house from the ground up takes 8 to 14 months. Fun Fact: If Brian looks familiar, that’s because he was a contestant with his former wife, Ericka, in The Amazing Race, Season 15.

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Caribbean Life HGTV Reality Real Estate Show

Caribbean Life

Enjoyable escapist viewing pleasure as each episode involves a family searching for a dream home as they plan to relocate into a new tropical island lifestyle. The beautiful scenery can’t be beat!

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Fixer to Fabulous HGTV Reality Renovation TV Show

Fixer to Fabulous

Dave and Jenny Marrs, owners of Marrs Developing (the couple’s company), restore timeworn homes into modern living spaces in their hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas. With over 300 custom homes in their repertoire, the duo specializes in the restoration and preservation of historic homes with architectural charm in the northwest region of Arkansas. Adding to their creativity and inspiration is their additional role as parents to five young children and managers of a family farm.

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Fixer Upper HGTV Reality Home Improvement Show

Fixer Upper

This is the show that turned design and remodeling pros Chip and Joanna Gaines into household personalities and their Magnolia brand into a juggernaut. In each episode they persuade homebuyers to take a chance on a worn down house with a vision of transforming it into the home of their client’s dreams. Key to the couple’s success has been their immense likeability, a breath of fresh air to many regular viewers of reality TV.

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Fixer Upper Welcome Home Reboot Magnolia Network Reality TV Show

Fixer Upper: Welcome Home

Chip and Joanna Gaines are joined by their son, Duke, as they continue their restorative quests on tired-looking, outdated and often dilapidated homes, reimagining them into innovative, transformable living spaces. Based in Waco, Texas, the Gaineses prove why they are the original married duo of renovations, as they remodel a completely abandoned, insect- and mold-infested fixer-upper into a surprisingly delightful abode for a newly married couple returning from their honeymoon.

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Flip or Flop HGTV Reality House Flipping Show

Flip or Flop

Tarek and Christina, now America’s Favorite Divorced Couple, search Californian communities looking for fixer-uppers to flip in a hot real estate market. Follow their risk-taking travails as they purchase the ugliest, nastiest, most rundown properties up and down Southern California, and transform them into beautiful homes every buyer dreams of owning.

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Good Bones HGTV House Flipping Reality TV Show

Good Bones

Mother/Daughter duo, Karen and Mina, transform Victorian and other older properties in and around Indianapolis. From run-down, fixer-uppers, to tiny houses that require more square footage, no home is an insurmountable challenge for this affable team, as they renovate the city one house at a time.

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The Great Interior Design Challenge Design Competition Reality TV Show

The Great Interior Design Challenge

The mission of this design competition show is to find Britain’s best amateur interior designer from a pool of 24 wannabe designers. The first eight episodes have three amateur designers competing to design similar rooms in different homes across Britain to impress a team of professional judges, with just 48 hours and a £1000 budget per challenge. The winners of each preliminary episode qualify to advance to the competition’s quarter finals.

Themes: Interior Design, Design Competition, Home Makeovers, Budgeting, British

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Help - I Wrecked My House HGTV Reality TV Show

Help! I Wrecked My House

DIYs gone bad, or rendered completely unsafe, need the help of Jasmine Roth, a California builder and designer, who rescues homeowners, who bit off more than they could chew with their failed and often disastrous renovation attempts. Armed with friends from various trades, Jasmine, works her magic to repair the results of homeowner who became overwhelmed or out of their experiential depth as they attempted their own projects. From poorly wired electrical, to convoluted plumbing to lost inspiration on design and functionality, the team from Help! I Wrecked My House has a cure!

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Hidden Potential HGTV Reality TV Show

Hidden Potential

Jasmine Roth hosts this series as she sets out to destroy the “cookie cutter” monotony of suburbia. Using clever design, she imparts the family’s distinctive style to create a home with custom character hidden within.

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Home Town HGTV Home Improvement Reality TV Show

Home Town

Erin and Ben Napier, a couple living in a small Mississippi hometown, use their imaginative skills and construction know-how to transform old historical houses. Erin’s hand sketches, coupled with Ben’s custom handiwork, help to ensure the small town’s future, as they renovate their neighbors’ homes, making their dreams come true.

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House Hunters HGTV Reality TV Real Estate Show

House Hunters

This wildly popular, unscripted, real estate series follows potential home buyers as they undergo the trials and tribulations of finding the perfect home. Real estate agents help prospective buyers understand the process throughout, as individuals, couples and families bring their personal stories into the mix of negotiating with sellers and each other, as they take on one of life’s most important decisions.

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House Hunters International HGTV Reality TV Real Estate Show

House Hunters International

Based on a similar premise as House Hunters, this series focuses on couples and families re-locating to a new country, while negotiating the real estate purchase or leasing process. Peppered with the usual drama of a reality show, this series travels around the globe as prospective homeowners learn new languages, architectural styles and the idiosyncrasies of buying real estate in another country.

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No Demo Reno HGTV Reality TV Home Improvement Show

No Demo Reno

Home renovation expert and social media influencer Jennifer Todryk, known affectionately as the “Rambling Redhead”, combines clever design solutions and creative cost-saving ideas to redesign homes without major demolitions. The show gives solace to homeowners in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area who want a transformation to their home’s interior without all of the mess and dust of heavy construction and major downtime of the space.

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Restoration Man George Clark Reality Restoration TV Series

Restoration Man

Presented by George Clark, this series travels throughout the United Kingdom to encounter new locations, new restorations and incredible stories of people who have gone to extensive measures to imagine and build their idyllic dream homes. In more realistic terms, George comes to the aid of struggling property owners needing desperate help to transform some of Britain’s neglected historic buildings into their envisioned unique homes.

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Restored by the Fords HGTV Reality TV Home Improvement Show

Restored by the Fords

Brother and sister team, Steve and Leanne Ford are the creatives forces behind Restored by the Fords, a restoration show based in the Pittsburg, Pennsylvania area. Known for her creative and unique interiors, Leanne designs her modern yet lived-in visions that are brought to life by her general contractor sibling, who has been compared to MacGyver for his amazing carpentry skills. The team’s specialty is older more unconventional homes that allow them to create beautiful, creative, custom renovations, while maintaining architectural charm and functionality to the area’s traditional properties.

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Rock the Block HGTV Home Improvement Competition Show

Rock the Block

Season One of this competition show pits four well-known renovation and interior design professionals – Leanne Ford, Alison Victoria, Jasmine Roth and Mina Starsiak-Hawk – against themselves, as they each renovate one of four similar homes. The winner is chosen by the highest appraisal value. In return, the winning designer will have a street named after herself.

Season Two teams consist of:

  • Mike Holmes (Holmes on Homes) & Alison Victoria (Windy City Rehab)
  • Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent (Nate and Jeremiah: Save My House)
  • David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home) & Tiffany Brooks ($50K Three Ways)
  • Brian & Mika Kleinschmidt (100 Day Dream Home)

Season Three teams consist of:

  • Egypt Sherrod & Mike Jackson (Married to Real Estate)
  • Leslie Davis & Lyndsay Lamb (Unsellable Houses)
  • Dave & Jenny Marrs (Fixer to Fabulous)
  • Keith Bynum & Evan Thomas (Bargain Block)

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Sarah Beeny's Renovate Don't Relocate Home Improvement Show

Sarah Beeny’s Renovate Don’t Relocate

Expert property developer, Sarah Beeny addresses the needs of the “7 out of 10” homeowners who are unhappy with their current homes. Using technology to understand how homeowners actually use their space, Sarah reimagines and alters their properties to suit their behaviors and lifestyles. With the use of life-size floor plans, homeowners can visualize their future space before they have signed a contract or performed demolition. Data driven analysis illustrated via heat maps, allows homeowners to focus on what is most important in their daily lives (e.g. kitchen area vs. living areas vs. bedrooms) and to demonstrate actual usage. Once the functional elements are determined, aesthetics are addressed to deliver a space that understands “How You Live”.

Themes: Interior Design, Renovations, Data Analysis, Makeovers, Technology

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Unsellable Houses HGTV Reality Real Estate TV Show

Unsellable Houses

Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, a designer and real estate agent team, are twins who put a smart and unique twist on the concept of return-on-real-estate-investment. With Lyndsay’s high style of design, the sisters offer their expertise to homeowners who are looking to sell their properties, but are thwarted due to the property’s current or unsellable condition. The sisterly duo use their own money to make pre-sale renovations and also bring in prospective buyers for the subsequent sale, with the homeowner paying for the renovations only at settlement. The episodes showcase how much more profit can be made on performing the right renovations on a particular home to create a hot property.

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Windy City Rehab Alison Victoria HGTV Reality Home Renovation TV Show

Windy City Rehab

Interior designer Alison Victoria, formerly of Kitchen Crashers, takes on a new gig remodeling entire homes using luxurious designs for vintage fixer uppers in historic neighborhoods in Chicago. The breathtaking results attract high-end buyers who are seeking homes with a rich architectural and historical provenance that have not been modernized away from their original detail and charm. Fun Fact: As a child growing up in Chicago, Victoria had the dream of beautifying her neighborhood, one heritage home at a time, as her dad drove her around the various old, historic areas of the city.

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World's Most Secret Homes Documentary Series

World’s Most Secret Homes

Secluded properties on remote islands, luxury underground bunkers or mountain retreats in the forests of Brazil are the theme of this show devoted to the most interesting properties around the world that you will never see … unless invited! Aided by drone photography, viewers are given “fly-through” tours of interior spaces and secret passages to reveal their uniqueness. Interviews with respective owners give insight as to why they decided to live in such an unusual property and how they came to discover the secluded gems.

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