Help! I Wrecked My House

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  • TV-G
  • 2020
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.8  (63)

Help! I Wrecked My House is a new HGTV show that premiered in 2020, and it stars Jasmine Roth, Scott Cross, and Brian Polan. The show is focused around Jasmine, who is known for her work on the DIY Network's show "Hidden Potential," providing assistance to homeowners who have started renovation projects but have hit some sort of snag or roadblock, making the project unmanageable or difficult to complete.

The show follows Jasmine as she visits homes where the owners have started a renovation project but have gotten stuck and need help getting back on track. From issues with installation, to incorrect measurements, to general confusion about how to complete a project, Jasmine is there to get things back on course for the homeowners.

In order to make the process smoother, Jasmine brings along two additional team members, Scott Cross and Brian Polan. Scott is a framing expert, who helps with any construction-related issues, and Brian is an expert in electrical and plumbing, and helps with any technical problems that the homeowners might be experiencing.

Each episode of Help! I Wrecked My House shows the homeowners sharing their design ideas and renovation goals with Jasmine, Scott, and Brian, and then working together to come up with a plan to get the renovation back on track. The team then gets to work, fixing any issues that have arisen and completing the renovation to a high standard.

One of the things that sets Help! I Wrecked My House apart from other renovation shows is its focus on helping homeowners who have already started projects. This means that the team has to work around mistakes that have already been made, and come up with creative solutions to save projects that might otherwise have been abandoned.

The show has been praised for its ability to help actual homeowners who have run into trouble with their renovations, as opposed to just showcasing beautiful and expensive renovations from start to finish. This means that viewers can relate to the struggles of the homeowners on the show and learn from the mistakes that they have made.

Overall, Help! I Wrecked My House is a great addition to the HGTV lineup, offering an alternative look at the renovation process that is both helpful and entertaining to watch. With a great cast and interesting projects, the show has quickly become a fan favorite for those looking to learn more about the renovation process, or just enjoy seeing homeowners get the help they need to complete their dream projects.

Help! I Wrecked My House is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (39 episodes). The series first aired on September 15, 2020.

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Family First
12. Family First
January 17, 2024
A couple is thrilled with Jasmine's work on their second floor, and they planned to finish the main floor themselves, but it's still a disaster zone. Now, Jasmine has just four weeks to tackle their family room, dining room and an outdoor living area.
Demolition Derby
11. Demolition Derby
January 17, 2024
After 13 years of weekend warrior renovations, a couple got so impatient with their lack of progress that she demolished almost every room in their house. With just seven weeks, Jasmine is called on to tackle their upstairs bedrooms and main bathroom.
Crowd Control
10. Crowd Control
January 10, 2024
With six kids and only 1400 square feet, a family is out of room, patience and has given up their DIY solutions. Jasmine has just 12 weeks to convert their garage, living room and kitchen into the calming, storage-packed forever home of their dreams.
Hello High Water
9. Hello High Water
January 3, 2024
A couple saw an opportunity to take on their own renovation after a flood damaged much of their home, but they soon realized the work was too much. Now, Jasmine looks to tackle their front hall, living room and kitchen, and she only has eight weeks.
Here Comes the Sun
8. Here Comes the Sun
December 27, 2023
A couple bought a fixer-upper in their dream neighborhood with hopes of making it their forever home, but DIY attempts have been disastrous. Jasmine now has nine weeks to transform their kitchen, living room and playroom into a light and beachy space.
Don't Wait, Renovate
7. Don't Wait, Renovate
December 20, 2023
With three children and a house with failed fixes and black mold, a couple have their hands full and can't put off their renovation plans any longer. Jasmine has 10 weeks to create a new kitchen and living room, all in a clean and kid-friendly space.
Wide Open Spaces
6. Wide Open Spaces
December 13, 2023
A couple fell in love with a house in the country, but the awkward layout doesn't work and DIY fixes have made things worse. Jasmine has nine weeks to help them fall back in love again by relocating their entire kitchen and overhauling the main floor.
Something's Got to Give
5. Something's Got to Give
December 6, 2023
A couple's home is filled with unfinished projects, and with two small kids, they have zero time for their to-do list. Jasmine is called on to tackle their uncompleted renovation, all while finding a balance between their industrial and boho styles.
Midcentury Coastal
4. Midcentury Coastal
November 29, 2023
Jasmine's best friends started DIYing when they bought their house, but now they're stuck and need help. Jasmine has 12 weeks to build her besties a new addition and overhaul their living spaces to create the midcentury coastal home of their dreams.
Empty Nesting
3. Empty Nesting
November 22, 2023
Balancing careers and kids, a couple hasn't made any major home improvements in 20 years, and now his lack of DIY skills have left her with an unusable bathroom. Jasmine has only eight weeks, and she aims to create a dream space for family gatherings.
Second Chances
2. Second Chances
November 15, 2023
After a main floor renovation, a couple is now motivated to finish their home's second floor. Old patterns of indecision re-emerge, but Jasmine steps in and creates a Japandi-inspired oasis that meets each family member's unique needs.
In Too Deep
1. In Too Deep
November 8, 2023
A couple purchased their dream home a mile from the coast, but after months of indecision, their renovation attempt has hit a wall. Jasmine takes on their main floor and creates an open concept sanctuary that's wheelchair accessible for their daughter.
Where to Watch Help! I Wrecked My House
Help! I Wrecked My House is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Help! I Wrecked My House on demand at Max, Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, Sling and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 15, 2020
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (63)