House Crashers

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  • TV-G
  • 2009
  • 13 Seasons
  • 7.2  (82)

House Crashers was a reality TV show that aired on the DIY Network from 2009 to 2017. The show followed the charismatic host, Josh Temple, as he surprised unsuspecting homeowners and turned their dull and outdated spaces into stunning, modern living areas. Accompanied by his trusty team, contractor Juan Menchaca and designer Kristyn Bester, Temple gave each home a complete makeover in just three days.

Throughout the show, Temple and his team searched hardware stores like Lowe's and Home Depot for the perfect materials to update each home. From tile to lighting fixtures, Josh and his team scoured the aisles, providing audiences with inspiration for their own home improvement projects. Along the way, DIY Network viewers saw bloopers and special guest appearances, as the team enlisted help from local contractors and even the occasional celebrity.

During each episode, Temple entered an unsuspecting homeowner's house with a crew of workers and began to revamp the space. His goal was to find rooms that lacked style and personality, so he could transform them into functional and beautiful living spaces. By working with the homeowners' design preferences, Temple and his team created living spaces that were both stylish and functional. He often showcased clever DIY projects, like building custom shelves or creating unique storage solutions, that homeowners could take advantage of.

Over the years, House Crashers evolved into an even more immersive experience for viewers. The show started as a half-hour format and was later expanded to hour-long episodes, allowing for more elaborate designs and more time to get to know the homeowners. The show also began to incorporate elements from other DIY Network shows, like the use of power tools on Tool Time, and often featured guest stars like Undercover Boss's C.S. Lee, or Roger Craig Smith, known for his voice work on games and animated series.

By the time the show ended in 2017, House Crashers had completed over 80 renovations. In each episode, Temple demonstrated his skill as a designer and master of DIY, while showcasing a range of construction techniques and design styles. He also inspired audiences to tackle their own home improvements and showed them how to create beautiful and functional living spaces on a budget. With his easy-going demeanor and contagious enthusiasm, Temple won over viewers and helped transform countless homes from drab to fab.

House Crashers is a series that is currently running and has 13 seasons (171 episodes). The series first aired on August 5, 2009.

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Where to Watch House Crashers
House Crashers is available for streaming on the DIY Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch House Crashers on demand at Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, HGTV, Sling, Google Play, Apple TV and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    August 5, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (82)