HGTV to Celebrate the Holidays with New Original Programming

HGTV’s holiday programming lineup will include a new competition series as well as four festive specials.

Holiday Crafters Gone Wild, hosted by author and TV personality Jay Manuel, will showcase craft aficionados competing to create over-the-top Christmas décor for a cash prize. The competition series will launch on November 20 with a two-hour special. Premiering on November 27, Biggest Little Christmas Showdown, hosted by James Monroe Iglehart, will spotlight top miniaturists as they vie to build beautiful tiny homes. The winning miniature will be replicated into a full-size vacation retreat.

My Lottery Dream Home: Holiday Extravaganza, meanwhile, will see host David Bromstad deck the halls like a lottery winner on a modest budget. You’ll be Home for Christmas will follow real estate agent, world-renowned strongman and Santa impersonator Albie Mushaney as he helps first-time homebuyers find their forever home in time for the holidays. And in Surprising

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HGTV Unveils 2021 Programming Slate With 13 New Series & 3 Pilots

HGTV has unveiled its 2021 programming slate, giving a production green light to 13 new series and three pilots. Details below.

New Series:

Home Against With the Fords will star sister-brother duo and home reno experts Leanne and Steve Ford, a series in which they will help clients transform their childhood homes.

Lara Spencer will host Everything but the House (wt). In the series, Lara and her team of expert appraisers will help families declutter their homes.

In Outgrown, business partners Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson will renovate homes for growing families in Boise, Idaho.

Texas Two Step will feature Houston-based, husband-wife team Jon Pierre and Mary Tjon-Joe-Pin as they help clients sell their house for top dollar and use the profit to purchase and overhaul a new place.

House-hunting series Self-Made Mansions (wt) stars style entrepreneur Clinton Kelly, who will help self-made millionaires find the home of their

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