A Not So Typical Binge Watch


An average teen’s recently watched Netflix page might include “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Blacklist,” “Gossip Girl” and “Breaking Bad.” Well, not for me. The shows I have recently watched are all on Home and Garden Television or HGTV: “Flip or Flop,” “Love It or List It,” “Property Brothers” and “Fixer Upper.”

During the 30 minute episode of “Flip or Flop,” Tarek and Christina El Moussa buy homes either in foreclosure, short sale or that are owned by the bank. In the beginning of the show I’m at the edge of my seat, wondering whether Tarek and Christina will be able to snag a house up for auction. My favorite part of the show is when the renovations are finished and I am able to see that their hard work paid off.

On Flip or Flop, some of the house Tarek and Christina buy require too many renovations and they do not make a profit on the flip.

On “Flip or Flop,” some of the houses Tarek and Christina buy require far more renovations than the couple expected.

“Fixer Upper” and “Property Brothers” are two shows that turn old, less-expensive homes into the buyers’ dream homes. Jericho junior, Lindsay S. said, “The only show on my DVR is “Fixer Upper” because I love watching Chip and Joanna renovate the houses.” Personally, I prefer “Fixer Upper” to “Property Brothers” even though they are very similar shows.

During an episode of “Love It or List It,” real estate agent David Visentin tries to get the family to move out of their home and move into a home that has everything they want, while interior designer Hilary Farr renovates the clients’ home to try and get them to stay. “Love It or List It” is my least favorite out of the four shows. The constant bickering between Hilary and David sometimes annoys me, but since I love watching the renovations it makes the show worth watching.

House Hunters is about a couple who are looking to buy a house. They are given three options and must choose which they think will suit them the best.

“House Hunters” features home buyers who are given three options and must choose which they think will suit them the best.

Out of all the HGTV shows “Flip or Flop” is by far my favorite. HGTV offers other popular shows as well: “House Hunters,” “Income Property,” and “Ellen’s Design Challenge.”

So the next time you need a show to binge watch, turn on HGTV or watch some of my favorites on Netflix.

For more information on the shows go to www.hgtv.com

One Comment
  • Jared Adamson
    23 May 2016 at 10:59 am -

    My favorite is Million Dollar Listing New York!


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