A Sale Of Two Cities

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  • 2015
  • 1 Season
  • 8.0  (8)

A Sale of Two Cities was a home renovation and décor television show that premiered on HGTV in 2014. The show followed two teams of designers and renovators as they competed against one another to renovate two houses in different cities. The premise of the show was that each team would have a similar budget and time frame, but they would have to create entirely different looks for their respective houses.

Each episode of A Sale of Two Cities followed both teams as they scoured their respective cities for the best deals on furniture, home décor, and renovation materials. The show aimed to highlight the unique qualities of each city, as the homes were often in vastly different neighborhoods with different styles and architectural features. This aspect of the show was particularly interesting, as viewers got to see how different elements of each city's culture and geography influenced the home design process.

During each episode, the teams worked tirelessly to complete design challenges and bring their vision to life. The show's judges were industry experts who assessed each team's progress and provided feedback on their work. The winning team was determined based on a combination of judges' scores and viewer votes.

The show's host, Samantha Pynn, was a prominent figure in the Canadian design world, and she brought a great deal of expertise and charisma to the show. Her passion for design was evident, and she often provided valuable insights and advice to the competing teams. Her chemistry with the judges and the competing teams made for an entertaining and engaging viewing experience.

The show's production value was exceptional, as HGTV spared no expense in ensuring that each episode was visually stunning. The team behind the show excelled at capturing the unique charm and character of each city, and they did an excellent job of highlighting the best that each city had to offer. The camera work was particularly impressive, as it allowed viewers to see every detail of the homes and appreciate the teams' hard work.

Overall, A Sale of Two Cities was a highly entertaining and engaging home renovation and décor show. The show's unique format and charming host made it stand out from other shows in the genre. The show's focus on the different cities and their unique cultures added an extra layer of interest and depth to the show, and the judges' feedback provided valuable insights for aspiring home designers and renovators. Though the show only ran for one season, it left a lasting impact on HGTV fans, who still remember it fondly today.

A Sale Of Two Cities is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on May 11, 2015.

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Seasons
Silicon Valley vs. Austin
12. Silicon Valley vs. Austin
November 24, 2015
Homebuyers in Silicon Valley and Austin, TX, both have a $600,000 budget. Who will get the best value for their money?
Scottsdale vs. Washington, DC
11. Scottsdale vs. Washington, DC
November 24, 2015
While Jon looks for a house in Scottsdale, Chris and Ling shop for a family home in Washington, DC.
Tampa vs. Freeport, ME
10. Tampa vs. Freeport, ME
November 12, 2015
Florida natives Erinn and Frank met in New York City and are now ready to move back to their home state. Meanwhile in Freeport, Maine, Ashley and Ben are shopping for a private home with lots of yard near downtown shopping.
Las Vegas vs. Charlotte, NC
9. Las Vegas vs. Charlotte, NC
August 3, 2015
Matt and Sara house hunt in Las Vegas while Travis and Sarah Elizabeth search in Charlotte.
Boise vs. Chicago
8. Boise vs. Chicago
June 29, 2015
An Air Force family in Boise has the same $400,000 budget as a bachelor in Chicago
A family in Lake Tahoe and newlyweds in New Orleans each search for a home with a $450K budget
7. A family in Lake Tahoe and newlyweds in New Orleans each search for a home with a $450K budget
June 22, 2015
A family in Lake Tahoe and newlyweds in New Orleans each search for a home with a $450K budget.
San Francisco vs. Charleston
6. San Francisco vs. Charleston
June 15, 2015
Newlywed techies in San Francisco and a single dad in Charleston each search for a home with a $650,000 budget.
Denver vs. Corpus Christi
5. Denver vs. Corpus Christi
June 8, 2015
Newlyweds in Denver vs a single mother in Corpus Christi.
Richmond vs. Boston
4. Richmond vs. Boston
June 1, 2015
Homebuyers in Kentucky and Massachusetts have the same $500,000 budget.
Milwaukee vs Savannah
3. Milwaukee vs Savannah
May 25, 2015
A young family in Tahoe and a single gal in Savannah each search for a home with a $300K budget.
Portland vs Philadelphia
2. Portland vs Philadelphia
May 18, 2015
A Pet Loving Couple in Portland vs a Sports Loving Couple in Philadelphia.
Kaua'i vs Anchorage
1. Kaua'i vs Anchorage
May 11, 2015
A family in Kaua'i and a single gal in Anchorage each search for a home with the same $395K budget.
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Where to Watch A Sale Of Two Cities
A Sale Of Two Cities is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch A Sale Of Two Cities on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    May 11, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    8.0  (8)