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Hgtv’s ‘Love It or List It’ Just Hit a Series High in Ratings – With Its 201st Episode

  • The Wrap
Love it. Hgtv’s “Love It or List It” has set a new series high in ratings with its 201st episode.

The Monday, Dec. 30 episode of Hilary Farr and David Visentin’s competition earned a 0.92 rating among adults 25-54, according to Nielsen. That number counts three days of delayed viewing and is 61% better than what the time period earned, on average, across the prior six weeks.

It also made last week’s episode the No. 2 show on all of television in that particular demo. The 9 p.m. hour did even better among women of that age range (a 1.25 rating) and drew 3.4 million total viewers.

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Love It or List It,” which launched way back in 2008, follows designer Farr and real estate expert Visentin as they help fed-up families with lackluster houses make one important decision: are
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Hilary Farr

If you’ve never watched the hit home and decorating show on Hgtv called “Love It or List It”, then you may not have even heard of Hilary Farr. Hilary who? Well, for starters, “Love It or List It” is a popular Hgtv show that, according to Showbiz Cheatsheet, is in its 14th season and, of course involves home sales and renovations, like most of the Hgtv and Diy cable shows. It revolves around Hilary and her buddy, David Visentin, in a competition to see who does a better job for the homeowners featured, causing them to either choose to love

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Hilary Farr
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Love It or List It: Hgtv Orders 26 New Episodes for 2019

Hgtv really loves Love It or List It. The network just announced they've ordered 26 new episodes of the TV show for 2019.

The series follows designer Hilary Farr and real estate expert David Visentin as they "help homeowners make a difficult decision: love their existing home after Hilary remodels their space or purchase a new house that David finds to better fit the needs of the family."

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TLC & Hgtv Relaunch Home-Makeover Series ‘While You Were Out’

  • Deadline
Discovery said today that its cable nets TLC and Hgtv are teaming to revive the 2000s home-makeover series while you were out.

The premiere of the first series co-production under Discovery’s expanded lifestyle portfolio will be simulcast on both networks, with each brand lending its special flair to the series, Discovery said. Production begins this month for a 2019 premiere.

While You Were Out will feature TLC and Hgtv stars designing one room in neighboring homes

while each set of homeowners send their significant others on a weekend getaway to await the ultimate surprise reveal upon their return. The nets will air their own version of the same episode featuring the same homeowners, designers and carpenters.

“This is an exciting moment for the newly combined Discovery Lifestyle portfolio and for our passionate, female audiences,” said Howard Lee, President and Gm of TLC, and Allison Page, President and Gm of Hgtv and Food Network.
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Hgtv and TLC to Revive ‘While You Were Out’ as Crossover Series Between Networks

  • The Wrap
Discovery is relaunching hit home makeover series “While You Were Out,” which will debut as a crossover series airing on both TLC and Hgtv in 2019, the company announced Monday.

The project marks Discovery Inc.’s first co-production after the company, led by chief lifestyle brands officer Kathleen Finch, acquired Scripps Networks earlier this year.

“While You Were Out” — which originally debuted on TLC in 2002 and ran for four seasons — will simulcast its revival premiere on both TLC and Hgtv, “with each network brand lending its special flair to the series,” according to Hgtv.

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Per the series official description, “While You Were Out” will “feature TLC and Hgtv stars designing one room in neighboring homes while each set of homeowners send their significant others on a weekend getaway to await the ultimate surprise reveal upon their return.”

Both
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TLC and Hgtv to Revive ‘While You Were Out’ as Crossover Series Tailored for Both Channels (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Discovery is looking to capitalize on the promise of its Scripps Networks Interactive acquisition through a plan to revive the home makeover series “While You Were Out” with separate episodes of the show tailored for TLC and Hgtv audiences.

The series is billed as the first crossover series among Discovery networks following its $14 billion purchase of the parent company of Hgtv, Food Network, Travel Channel and other lifestyle cablers. Those brands are now being integrated into the Discovery fold alongside TLC, Animal Planet, Own, Science, Velocity and other outlets.

“While You Were Out” will blend designer stars from past and present TLC and Hgtv shows in a competition format. The series will air at the same time on both networks when it premieres next year.

“This is an idea I used to dream about, but we couldn’t do it before our companies came together,” Kathleen Finch, Discovery’s chief lifestyle brands officer,
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Hgtv’s ‘Love It or List It’ Just Scored Show’s Best Rating in Almost 5 Years

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Hgtv’s ‘Love It or List It’ Just Scored Show’s Best Rating in Almost 5 Years
Even David Visentin is gonna “love” this: Hgtv’s “Love It or List It” just posted the series’ best demo rating since February 2014.

On Monday, a new episode of the remodel-or-sell show delivered a 0.75 Live + Same Day Nielsen rating among viewers 25-54. That demo number represented a 40 percent ratings increase year over year in the 9-10 p.m. time slot.

Among men in that important age range, Monday’s episode matched the series’ former high. An encore of a previous “Love It or List It” episode served as lead-in from 8-9 o’clock.

Also Read: 'Flip or Flop' Gets 15 More Flips: Hgtv Renews Series for Season 8

“Love It or List It” features designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent Visentin as they help homeowners make a difficult decision: love their existing home after Hilary remodels their space, or purchase a new house that David finds to better fit the needs of the family.
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Love It or List It: Hgtv Show Returns in May with New Episodes

Are you a fan of Love It or List It? Recently, Hgtv announced the TV show will return with new episodes in May.The home renovation series follows popular designer Hilary Farr and real estate expert David Visentin "as they help homeowners make a difficult decision: love their existing home after Hilary remodels their space or purchase a new house that David finds to better fit the needs of the family."Read More…
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Love It or List It: Hgtv Orders 20 More Episodes

Love It or List It isn't going away anytime soon. This week, Hgtv announced they've ordered 20 more episodes of the TV show.The home improvement show follows designer Hilary Farr and real estate expert David Visentin as they "help homeowners decide to either love their existing home with beautiful renovations by Hilary or purchase a perfect new home that David finds to meet all their needs."Read More…
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Love It or List It’s Hilary Farr and David Visentin Debate Carpeting, Pillows and Pools in a Game of Interior Design Would You Rather

Love It or List It’s Hilary Farr and David Visentin Debate Carpeting, Pillows and Pools in a Game of Interior Design Would You Rather
Love It or List It’s Hilary Farr and David Visentin agree to disagree on most things, but they’re undeniably on the same page when it comes to closets.

The Hgtv stars sound off on their design stances during a game of Interior Design: Would You Rather, and when challenged with the choice of having a spacious master bathroom or master closet, both agreed the latter is a necessity.

“Have to go with a closet,” Farr, 64, the interior design half of the TV duo, tells People. Visentin, 51, the show’s real estate pro, echoing her decision.

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Ready to Stop Renting? Ask Yourself These Questions First

Ready to Stop Renting? Ask Yourself These Questions First
Penning a check to your landlord each month for your apartment might feel like a soul-sucking experience that has you daydreaming of white picket fences and the possibility of a lower payment. But for each person who brags about how much less they spend on a mortgage versus what they did on rent, there are a handful of home-owning challenges that they aren’t sharing.

Related: Love It or List It‘s Hilary Farr and David Visentin Open Up About Their Competitive Chemistry: ‘We Actually Do Get Really Angry’

Although buying a house certainly has its perks, there are also
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Watch: Love It or List It’s Hilary Farr and David Visentin Open Up About Their Competitive Chemistry: ‘We Actually Do Get Really Angry’

Watch: Love It or List It’s Hilary Farr and David Visentin Open Up About Their Competitive Chemistry: ‘We Actually Do Get Really Angry’
Love It or List It’s Hilary Farr and David Visentin aren’t married, but they still make for a pretty cute couple.

“It’s good. Even when he’s a pain, he’s more laid-back than I am,” says Farr, 64, the hit Hgtv series’ interior designer.

“That’s an understatement,” real estate agent Visentin, 51, adds.

Though they’ve played a vital role in each other’s lives since the show began in 2008, when they first crossed paths, Visentin didn’t exactly leave a memorable impression.

“She actually says she doesn’t even remember me from the audition,” Visentin recalls.
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23 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Love It or List It's Hilary & David

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23 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Love It or List It's Hilary & David
If you've ever caught an episode of Hgtv's Love It or List It, then you know the chemistry between hosts David Visentin and Hilary Farr is something to behold. No, they're not married - but the duo have an epic banter that clearly shows how comfortable they are in each other's company! Their back-and-forth is on display every Monday, when their show airs at 9 p.m. We recently caught up with David and Hilary during a break from their work on the series. The result of our conversation with the pair is a list of 23 amazing facts every true Hgtv fan needs to know.
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'Love It or List It' Season 9 premiere: You're gonna need a bigger house

"Love It or List It" returns Monday (Feb. 17) with all-new episodes as it kicks off its ninth season on Hgtv. For the premiere episode, designer Hilary Farr and real estate expert David Visentin are back with a large problem -- a family that has gotten way too big for its townhouse.

Leslie and Michael are Fillipino immigrants who bought a 1,300-square-foot townhouse, which was plenty of space for them and their young daughter. But Leslie's two sisters and brother-in-law have since moved in and they need more space. Leslie wants to stay in their home, while Michael is ready to have a home that affords more space (and more privacy).

Below, watch two preview videos where Hilary and David talk about the challenges they each face in their respective roles on the show and what how much they secretly like each other, then tune in Monday night at 9 p.m.
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Hilary Farr On Mean Homeowners, Hoarders, And Famous Homes She’d Love Or List

Hilary Farr, designer and co-host of Love It or List It, chatted with VH1 Celebrity about the show, which is the highly addictive Hgtv program where her and David Visentin go into homes to homeowners decide whether their current place is right for them. Now on her fifth season, Farr opens about the homeowners, who always have something to say to the designer, the worst homes she had to renovate and hoarders.

VH1 Celebrity: It seems that many homes have serious structural issues that you have to deal with. Should we be concerned about the housing code in Canada?

Hilary Farr: First of all, hang on a minute. Generally we are talking about structural issues once I start to take down walls that were meant to stay there. Right? So that’s a big issue. We get into these older homes where I want to take down a wall
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Hgtv's December 2012 and January 2013 schedule

Tune in alert for new episodes from eight of Hgtv.s most popular series. Beginning in December, the savvy agents on Selling New York and Selling La return to land the exclusive real estate listings in the two most glamorous cities in the country. In January, Property Brothers Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott transform a new round of fixer-uppers into luxury dream homes and, in February, Love it or List It designer Hilary Farr and real estate agent David Visentin compete to convince more skeptical homeowners to choose between their newly renovated home or a new one that fits their needs. December 2012 Selling New York Premieres: Thursday, December 6, at 6:30 p.m. Et/Pt Selling New York
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