October 3, 2011

TV TimeZ

ABC: Dancing with the StarsCastle
CBS: How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly, Hawaii Five-0
CW: Gossip Girl, Hart of Dixie
FOX: Terra Nova, House

NBC: The Sing Off, The Playboy Club

This fall and winter, HGTV introduces a slew of new series expanding on the popular categories of real estate and makeover:
  • My First Renovation is a docu-series following homeowners as they wade through their first home renovations. Series debuted October 2.
  • Selling LA follows three groups of aggressive and smart real estate brokers from three different real estate firms as they network, build their millionaire client roster and tour and sell spectacular properties in Los Angeles.  Premieres October 13 at 10p.
  • Kitchen Cousins features real-life designer/contractor cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri who run a New Jersey-based family construction company.  Premieres October 19 at 930p.
  • Design Wars is a competition series where three interior designers battle against each other to win over one homeowner.  The winner will get to makeover one room for the homeowner.  Premieres November 21 at 8p.
  • Junk Gypsies features designers Amie Sikes and Jolie Sikes as they find "junk" and use the pieces to transform homes. A sneak peak airs November 27 at 7p; series premieres 1Q 2012.
  • My House, Your Money reveals what happens behind closed doors as prospective home buyers turn to their extended family members for financial help to buy their dream home.  Premieres in November.
  • Weekends with Luis features Miami-based contractor Luis Bosch as he helps homeowners tackle that weekend project they have always wanted to do but didn't know how to start.  Premieres in November.
  • Interiors Inc. follows eight talented designers, led by Jonathan Pierce as they work for the Nashville-based design firm Pierce and Company and create room makeovers for clients including Leann Rimes, Eddie Cibrian and Danny Gokey. Premieres 1Q 2012.
  • White Room Challenge is a competition series inspired by an episode from series HGTV Design Star. Hosted by David Bromstad, aspiring designers from around the country compete to create the most original and over-the-top White Rooms.  Jamie Durie also is in charge of the judges' panel.  Premieres 1Q 2012.