14 Things You Didn't Know About HGTV
Obviously, it was later shortened to the HGTV we all know and love today.
House Huntershit television screens in September 1999.
Like this one, from 2010, where a faux show calledDream Home Extremetries to give away a million home makeover to a less-than-enthused contestant, played by Emma Stone. Watch the sketch here.
The reality series aired for eight seasons before signing off in in 2013.
Owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, HGTV is a sister brand to Food Network, Cooking Channel, and DIY Network, just to name a few. (What a group, huh?!)
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