New York [For Immediate Release—December 17, 2015] From January through March, DIY Network will premiere new seasons of 10 popular series, including Income Property (Scott McGillivray), Rehab Addict (Nicole Curtis), Kitchen Crashers (Alison Victoria), Garage Gold (Kraig Bantle), Salvage Dawgs (Robert Kulp and Mike Whiteside), I Hate My Kitchen (James Young), Building Alaska, Renovation Realities, First Time Flippers and Texas Flip and Move.
The new seasons will premiere as follows:
Premieres Sunday, January 3, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Garage Gold follows host Kraig Bantle and his crew as they clear overstuffed spaces free of charge. Homeowners get the tidy garage, attic or basement they've always dreamed of and Kraig gets to keep whatever treasures he finds.
Premieres Monday, January 4, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Homeowners get a major surprise when they run into designer Alison Victoria and her Kitchen Crashers crew at the local home improvement store. Each episode features one lucky shopper as he or she hands over their house keys so Alison and her team can execute a total kitchen transformation
Premieres Tuesday, January 5, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
In Building Alaska, professional builders Lee Raymond, Jim Wagner and Chuck Gerwig lead their construction teams on missions to develop large scale homes set in the Alaskan wilderness.
Texas Flip and Move
Premieres Friday, January 8, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Texas Flip and Move features four teams of Texas-based real estate entrepreneurs compete head-to-head to buy low, work fast and sell high in a property-flipping competition. In a compelling twist, agents must enlist a construction crew to literally pick up the home and move it to a new location.
Premieres Saturday, January 9, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Budgets, tempers and relationships will be tested in the new season of Renovation Realities, as real life couples face renovation challenges together.
Premieres Wednesday, February 3, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Rehab Addict features self-taught home rehabber, real estate expert and designer Nicole Curtis, as she harnesses her experience with interior design, contracting and real estate to rebuild neighborhoods one house at a time in Detroit and Minneapolis.
Premieres Thursday, February 18, at 10 p.m. ET/PT
Income Property stars popular contractor Scott McGillivray as he leads homeowners through the renovation process to turn an unused area of their home into an amazing rental suite.
Premieres Sunday, February 28, at 9 & 9:30 p.m. ET/PT
Salvage Dawgs follows Robert Kulp and Mike Whiteside, co-owners of an architectural salvage business Black Dog Salvage, as they bid on condemned homes and buildings to save historic structural pieces before they are lost forever.
First Time Flippers
Premieres Tuesday, March 5, at 9 & 9:30 p.m. ET/PT
First Time Flippers showcases the home renovation and flipping process from a beginner’s perspective. Each episode features novice flippers as they use their basic home improvement skills to renovate a dilapidated property and attempt to turn a disaster house into a high dollar flip.
I Hate My Kitchen
Premieres March TBD
In I Hate My Kitchen, licensed contractor and electrician James Young gives homeowners hope with economical yet clever kitchen design ideas using the latest designs and products. Each episode showcases James’ innovative kitchens remodel ideas that won’t break the bank.
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