Updated: January 1, 2022

Home Improvement Shows Currently on Hulu

Looking for interesting Home Shows that provide helpful insights within Interior Design, Remodeling, Construction and Real Estate? Try some of these popular series currently available on Hulu – updated on a monthly basis!


HGTV Shows Removed from Hulu’s Basic Subscription Package

The following HGTV shows are no longer available to basic Hulu subscribers as of June 20, 2021:

Caribbean Life • Container Homes • Extreme Homes • Fixer Upper • Flea Market Flip • Flip or Flop • Flip or Flop Fort Worth • Good Bones • Hidden Potential • Home Town • House Hunters • House Hunters International • House Hunters Renovation • Love It or List It • Rock The Block • Say Yes to the Nest • A Very Brady Renovation

How to Watch HGTV on Hulu

If you are looking to access HGTV shows on Hulu, HGTV is available as part of the Hulu + Live TV subscription package. On-demand streaming of HGTV programming can also be accessed by Hulu + Live TV subscribers using the HGTV Go app on iPhone & iPad or Android devices.

If you are looking for more perspectives in the home improvement space, be sure to peruse these recently curated lists of shows and channels:

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Home Shows Currently Streaming on Hulu


American Pickers TV Series

American Pickers

Hosts Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz travel the back roads of the country searching for American treasures in basements, dumpsters, junk yards, flea markets and anywhere else they can find hidden treasures or what they call “rusty gold”. As they search for amazing items, they remain true to the history of each piece, as they retain the history of America in each item they purchase. Along with their buried treasures, they encounter quirky characters, which lends a humorous and often touching element to the series.

Themes: Upcycling, Travel, Flea Markets, Antiques, History

See American Pickers on Hulu for episode details.


The Apartment Reality Design Competition Show

The Apartment

The longest running reality show in Asia, The Apartment has contestants design and decorate a room each week for the chance to win a luxury apartment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Yes, we admit there is a lot of manufactured “reality drama”, but you can always ignore it when necessary, and simply fast forward to the reveals for interesting design ideas.

Themes: Makeovers, Interior Design, Reality Competition, Asia

See The Apartment on Hulu for episode details.


Backyard Builds TV Series

Backyard Builds

Each episode the design and build team of Sarah Keenleyside and Brian McCourt showcase their talent by creatively remaking outdoor living areas perfectly crafted for the unique needs of their clients. Examples of custom outdoor structures the team builds include: a converted shipping container; a cake studio; a treehouse village; and an outdoor theater.

Themes: Makeovers, Outdoor Living, Landscaping, Backyards, Canada

See Backyard Builds on Hulu for episode details.


Escape the City TV Series

Escape from the City

An expert team helps Australian city dwellers relocate to the country. The series is part regional history, part real estate and part psychological therapy as couples look to move from frenetic city life to tranquil country life and new beginnings. Understanding what is motivating the move is the psychological aspect that helps to determine the property purchased and renovations that will achieve the overall mission.

Themes: Real Estate, Relocation, Lifestyle, Australia

See Escape from the City on Hulu for episode details.


Family Home Overhaul TV Series

Family Home Overhaul

Pitched as a “pay-it-forward, heartwarming series” that consists of “extraordinary renos for extraordinary people”. In each episode, a worthy and selfless family, facing their own challenges, is chosen for a life-changing renovation. The family is sent away for a well-deserved vacation, as a dream team of renovators, contractors and designers transform the home. The design and build team is also aided by friends and neighbors who nominated the selected family.

Themes: Feel-Good, Makeovers, Free Renovations, Interior Design, Neighborhoods

See Family Home Overhaul on Hulu for episode details.


Farmhouse Facelift TV Series

Farmhouse Facelift

Every farmhouse has a story and in each episode the brother and sister renovation team of Billy Pearson and Carolyn Wilbrink restore a challenging heritage home. Having grown up on a family farm and possessing years of experience in construction and interior design, the siblings bring unique insight and skills to strike a balance of historic charm and modern convenience with each project.

Themes: Makeovers, Farmhouses, Interior Design, Historic Design, Brother & Sister, Family

See Farmhouse Facelift on Hulu for episode details.


The Great House Revival TV Series

The Great House Revival

Hosted by architect Hugh Wallace, the Great House Revival showcases six homeowners in Ireland, as they attempt to transform derelict properties into comfortable, modern homes, while preserving architectural heritage in the process.

Themes: Restoration, Architecture, Historic Design, Ireland, Makeovers, Interior Design, Europe

See The Great House Revival on Hulu for episode details.


Holmes Family Effect TV Series

Holmes Family Effect

Master contractor, Mike Holmes, and his children, Mike Jr. and Sherry, travel around Canada bringing their renovation skills to those in need. Nominators write in to the Holmes family seeking their help to make life-changing transformations that benefit groups or organizations. Although not a “home” renovation show per se, the episodes demonstrate key tips and concepts used by various construction trades that translate well for home projects.

Themes: Feel-Good, Makeovers, Free Renovations, Best Practices, Family, Canada

See Holmes Family Effect on Hulu for episode details.


Home to Win TV Series

Home to Win

Twenty HGTV celebrity designers and contractors must choose amongst four home styles – Country, Urban, Suburban or Unconventional – to be purchased, renovated and furnished as a “Dream Home” for one lucky Canadian viewer. Throughout the season, each celebrity brings their specific expertise as contribution to the final prize for an extraordinary transformation. In the season finale, three viewers compete for the keys and deed for the ultimate “Home to Win” and most expensive renovation in HGTV Canada history.

Themes: Reality Competition, HGTV Canada, Makeovers, Celebrity Designers, Interior Design, Canada

See Home to Win on Hulu for episode details.


Hot Market Real Estate TV Series

Hot Market

The series follows top real estate agents in Canada, as they demonstrate “the buy, the sell, and the hustle” of the high-end real estate sales with their often difficult and eccentric clients in a competitive housing market. The episodes follow along on property showings, property stagings and renovations of all types of homes, as viewers become privy to how agents at the top of their game arrived there and what is involved in staying at the top.

Themes: Real Estate, Reality, Real Estate Agents, Canada

See Hot Market on Hulu for episode details.


House Rules High Stakes TV Series

House Rules High Stakes

This newly formatted reality show from Australia has eight teams competing for the highest score based on their renovation efforts and a $10,000 prize. Each round of competition consists of renovating one half of a Gold Coast Penthouse, as teams judge each other’s efforts as part of their overall score. Each renovation has a series of rules that are followed by which the teams are weighed, e.g. “give us a VIP lounge for gentlemen like us” or “layer and texture with rattan and cane”. With three elimination rounds, the season ends with a grand finale of four teams competing for the final prize.

Themes: Reality Competition, Makeovers, Renovations, Australia

See House Rules High Stakes on Hulu for episode details.



Impossible Builds TV Series

Impossible Builds

This series explores the seemingly impossible builds of highly ambitious and adventurous property owners across the UK. Projects range from subaquatic homes to futuristic towers to pencil thin skyscrapers. The show incorporates the latest in technology from augmented reality (AR), CGI animation and drone aerial footage to communicate plans and to chart progress of each project.

Themes: Construction, Architecture, Future of Building, United Kingdom

Starring: Charlie Luxton, Aidan Keane, Corey Johnson

See Impossible Builds on Hulu for episode details.


Salvage Kings TV Series

Salvage Kings

This show follows the salvage crew of the Ontario-based, family-owned Priestly Demolition as it races through the site of each demolition contract, looking for valuable relics, just ahead of the demolition crew behind them. The most valuable finds are later sold from the company’s storage facility, located in the Toronto metro area. For those wondering about property rights, the company secures ownership rights of everything on the site for each demotion project.

Themes: Upcycling, Demolition, Small Business, Canada

See Salvage Kings on Hulu for episode details.


Renovate Don't Relocate TV Series with Sarah Beeny

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 renovates their properties to suit their lifestyles and behaviors. With the use of lifesize 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 important in their daily lives (e.g. kitchen 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

See Renovate Don’t Relocate on Hulu for episode details.


Save My Reno TV Series

Save My Reno

Hosted by a designer-contractor team, this show rescues homeowners from renovations gone bad. Similar in concept to the old Holmes on Homes show, the idea is to repair and restore homes to the intended glory, as per the original contracted concept. Busting through contractors’ overpriced estimates, the hosts help the cash-conscious homeowners reach their goals, without remortgaging the house.

Themes: Makeovers, DIY, Renovations, Canada

See Save My Reno on Hulu for episode details.


Small Business Revolution Series

Small Business Revolution

The focus of this show is quite unique as it is about revitalizing small communities across America. In each season one town is chosen, from many worthy candidates, to receive a half-million dollar revitalization package with the purpose of injecting life and prosperity back into the fiber of the local economy. The idea is backed by Deluxe, a champion of small businesses, and is the showcase for their 100th anniversary which occurred in 2015 – the show’s introduction. Each episode of a given season highlights a vital business that represents the heart of the community, which has been hit with competition, loss of industrial bases, job and population losses, causing a a fight for survival. With the help of experts in entrepreneurism, renovations and marketing, these communities reinvent themselves to compete and sustain themselves with a revived identify.

Themes: Inspirational, Renovations, Small Business, Business Makeovers, Communities, Town Revitalization, Entrepreneurism

See Small Business Revolution on Hulu for episode details.


Worst to First TV Series

Worst to First

As the title of this show infers, these professional home contractors take on the most challenging, rundown houses, with the aim of turning them into forever homes for their house buying clients. They are driven to transform the proverbial ugliest house on the block, into the envy of the neighborhood. Each episode covers the various options proposed to the homebuyers and subsequent results. Filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Themes: House Flipping, Real Estate, Renovations, Interior Design, Makeovers, Canada

Starring: Mickey Fabbiano, Sebastian Sevallo

See Worst to First on Hulu for episode details.


Your Home Made Perfect Series

Your Home Made Perfect

Using virtual reality, two architects help homeowners visualize their perfect homes. Imagine if you could see what big changes would look like before you actually did them!

Themes: Architecture, Home Design, Virtual Reality, Interior Design

See Your Home Made Perfect on Hulu for episode details.


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