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Dear Genevieve is a show that airs on Home and Garden television, also called HGTV. The show is about homeowners that have a problem area within their home and need help in figuring out how to resolve it. Homeowners write a letter to Genevieve Gorder requesting her assistance in figuring out how to handle their home dilemma. Genevieve, who has a degree in design, then shows up at their house, full of ideas and ready to fix the situation for them so that they are happy in their home once again.

Genevieve handles a wide variety of issues in the home, both indoors and outside. She may be dealing with an issue of how to find more space for the homeowner to store their things or finding space for their children's things. She may update a kitchen to give it a modern look. She may be dealing with a situation where the backyard is a disaster area and the family deeply craves a place to go and relax when they aren't working to unwind from the day's stresses. She may revamp a playroom to help it feel like an inviting place where a child can play that is well organized. The situations she fixes vary but her end result is a happy homeowner.

Genevieve's solutions are creative and stylish. Her ideas are always original and even when the goal is to make a space more functional, she is careful to make sure that it looks appealing to the eye, as well. Her goal is to improve the space for the purpose it was intended for and make the homeowner happy with the project's outcome.

Dear Genevieve is a television show that shows a problem and the solution on how to fix the problem. At the end of each episode, the problem is resolved and the homeowner is happy once again in their home. She is careful to keep the homeowner's desires and needs in mind while she is working toward a solution.

Dear Genevieve is a Reality, Home & Garden series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (76 episodes). The series first aired on January 11, 2009. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.0.

Dear Genevieve is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dear Genevieve on demand at Pluto TV Amazon, Hulu, HGTV, iTunes, Pluto TV online.

Saturday 5:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
6 Seasons, 76 Episodes
January 11, 2009
Reality, Home & Garden
7.0/10
Cast: Genevieve Gorder
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Dear Genevieve Full Episode Guide

  • Genevieve Gorder struggles with quirky and indecisive Lucy to turn her second bedroom into a luxe library.

  • Jose and Nicole revamp their Spanish-style home with colorful reupholstered furniture, custom built-ins and a unique stucco fireplace.

  • Kamla's small studio kitchen gets a big burst of color from Genevieve in a $10,000 transformation.

  • The Minella's dream bath encounters a design hiccup when communication breaks down with Genevieve Gorder.

  • Genevieve Gorder creates a custom nursery for her carpenter's baby.

  • Joy and Richard's living room is still a tired, bare and style-less space, that doesn't reflect their fun youthful personalities. Genevieve Gorder takes their living room from grandma non-chic to a relaxed and elegant room.

  • Gen remodels a TV star's backyard caboose.

  • Genevieve transforms a living room from the doldrums to delightful with a new layout.

  • A successful single calls upon Gen to create a bachelor pad that is both manly and inviting.

  • Designer Genevieve Gorder arrives to give a room modern style and functionality.

  • After renovating every room in their 1920s home, Tony and Mary have yet to redesign their master bedroom. Their home is full of 1920s charm, but its also plagued with a serious lack of storage & style in their master bedroom.

  • Bill & Fannie love their first home, but its large living dining area is lacking flow, storage, and style. Genevieve Gorder arrives to give their room both definition and flow, while fusing the room with functional storage and contemporary Asian style.

  • To give the kitchen some flare, Genevieve reaches into the cultures of the Middle East and of Norway to tie together the floor and the ceiling in a brand new way.

  • Chrissy is a first time homeowner and her new house lacks personality and design. Genevieve must help Chrissy gain confidence and help her step out of her comfort zone.

  • Rob and Amy are living in their first home and they have never been part of a renovation, but that's about to change. Genevieve must maximize a minimal bathroom space.

  • Pat and David want to utilize their 30 foot deck that overlooks a pool.

  • Peter and Kelly have a spacious, beautiful new home but with the time they both spend at work, they haven't given the house any attention at all.

  • Stacey and Diane are short on ideas for what to do with their small, lower Manhattan apartment. The living area has to function as a work space for Diane, a place to hang out for Stacey, and a dining room as well. On top of the lack of space, Stacey and Diane lack definition in style.

  • Taryn and Mike's downstairs room is a collage of a space and they aren't sure how to deal with it. They want to use it as a playroom for their children, but one wall is taken up by Mike's bookshelf, the toys are hard for the kids to reach, and there isn't a comfortable place for the kids to play and the adults to sit.

  • After years on tour, Betsey is ready to settle down. She's purchased her first apartment, but the living room is populated by hand-me-down furniture that feels awkward and poorly arranged.

  • Ezra and Esty hope to have a nice outdoor deck, but there is exposed barbed wire, and the furniture is outdated.

  • New York television personalities Jodi and Michael need to find a way to combine their two distinct styles into one.

  • Kate is a nine year old girl with Acute Lymphatic Leukemia. Currently her bedroom is like a 5 year old's and she's hoping for a more age appropriate makeover.

  • Stacy and Jaime are a young couple who don't want to live with their old bathroom anymore. It's large but cramped, the vanity is too low, and their shower is too small and made of plastic. They need a better layout and want to get the room out of the 70's. The team tears down walls, builds more storage and finds unique wood seating. Going outside of the box, Genevieve uses a stained wood floor in the bathroom, rather than traditional tile, saving the tile for a bold statement on the wall.