Rehab Addict

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  • TV-G
  • 2010
  • 10 Seasons
  • 7.9  (823)

Rehab Addict is a home improvement show that premiered on DIY Network in 2010. The show is led by host and master renovator Nicole Curtis, who takes viewers on a journey to bring historical homes back to their original glory. Curtis specializes in rehabbing old homes that have fallen into disrepair and transforming them into stunningly beautiful and functional spaces that are safe for modern living.

Each episode of Rehab Addict follows Curtis as she works with her crew to meticulously restore bits and pieces of an old home. She works with a team of skilled tradespeople, including carpenters, electricians, and plumbers, to tackle the many challenges of this challenging task. She also recruits volunteers from the community to help with some of the more manual labor tasks. It's clear that Curtis takes pride in her work and is dedicated to ensuring that every inch of the home is brought back to its former glory.

One of the standout features of Rehab Addict is the way in which Curtis takes a hands-on approach to each renovation project. She is frequently seen getting her hands dirty, handling tools and working alongside her crew. This is refreshing in a world full of home improvement shows where hosts often just delegate tasks to their crew.

Another aspect of the show that sets it apart is the level of historical preservation that is emphasized throughout each project. Curtis is passionate about maintaining the original character and charm of these historic homes, while also making them livable for modern families. She carefully selects period-appropriate materials, fixtures, and finishes, and ensures that every aspect of the renovation is respectful of the home's history.

Over the course of the series, viewers get to watch as Curtis takes on a wide variety of home improvement projects. From turning a run-down Tudor-style house into a classic family home to restoring a 1920s bungalow to its former glory, Curtis and her team are able to breathe new life into the most unlikely spaces. She also renovates more modern homes, showing how even homes built in the 1960s and 1970s can be transformed into beautiful, modern living spaces with some thought and care.

Throughout the show, Curtis also highlights the occasional roadblocks that she encounters during a renovation. This adds a level of authenticity to the show, demonstrating that even the most experienced renovators can face challenges during a project. Curtis is always up for the challenge, though, and is able to expertly navigate each obstacle that comes her way.

Curtis is joined on the show by her business partner and general contractor, Jason Sanford, and her trusty project manager, Bobby Prothero. Together, they are able to tackle even the most ambitious restoration projects, and they make for an entertaining and dynamic crew.

Overall, Rehab Addict is a fantastic home improvement show that offers viewers a unique look at historic home restoration. With an engaging host, impressive renovation projects, and a dedication to historical preservation, it's no wonder that the show has been a hit with DIY Network viewers since its premiere. Whether you're a history buff or simply someone who appreciates great home renovation, Rehab Addict is definitely worth checking out.

Rehab Addict is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (116 episodes). The series first aired on October 14, 2010.

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Campbell Street Project
9. Campbell Street Project
December 5, 2019
Nicole Curtis returns to her hometown of Detroit to save a 1920s home that suffered severe damage from a fire next door. She breathes new life into the old duplex by preserving the plaster work, modernizing the kitchens and transforming an unusable room into a unique home office.
25th Street Project
8. 25th Street Project
November 21, 2019
Nicole Curtis works to restore a 1920s bungalow and must tackle a ton of brickwork. Then, she transforms the unfinished attic into a one-of-a-kind master suite and restores the kitchen cabinets to create one of the home's most dazzling features.
Case Avenue House
7. Case Avenue House
November 14, 2019
Nicole Curtis heads to St. Paul for the first time to work on a home in an up-and-coming neighborhood. The living and dining rooms' woodwork and original pocket doors require hours of sanding and stripping, and Nicole works to retain the home's classic character while giving it fresh touches.
Nicole's Grandparents' House
6. Nicole's Grandparents' House
November 7, 2019
Nicole Curtis returns to her hometown of Detroit to save a 1920s home that suffered severe damage from a fire next door. She breathes new life into the old duplex by preserving the plaster work, modernizing the kitchens and transforming an unusable room into a unique home office.
4th Street House
5. 4th Street House
October 31, 2019
Nicole Curtis takes on a boarded up, previously condemned 1880s duplex and restores it into a single-family home. She reuses cabinets and doors to create an old feel with modern amenities and modifies the upstairs floor plan to build a master suite.
Minnehaha House
4. Minnehaha House
October 24, 2019
Nicole Curtis tackles a 1916 mansion in Minneapolis and builds out its dingy, old cellar by creating a new living space that adds nearly 1,000 square feet to the home. Then, Nicole indulges her most glamorous fantasy in the master suite and comes up with a perfect layout for the challenging kitchen.
14-Mile House
3. 14-Mile House
October 17, 2019
Nicole Curtis juggles two projects in Detroit, and since both were built in 1928, she uses one house as inspiration for the other's renovations. When a car crashes into the house next door, she makes an unexpected discovery that lets her bring back original details of the house.
Detroit Auction House
2. Detroit Auction House
October 10, 2019
Nicole Curtis wins a house sight-unseen at auction and plans to revitalize the eyesore with painting, landscaping and restoring the custom woodwork. She faces a challenge when replacing missing details, including original windows and hardwood flooring.
Heights Cottage
1. Heights Cottage
October 3, 2019
Nicole Curtis turns her attention to a rundown cottage in Lake Orion, Michigan. Starting in the living room, she rips out an old staircase leading into the kitchen before making her way outside to create a new boardwalk entry, picket fence and back deck.
Where to Watch Rehab Addict
Rehab Addict is available for streaming on the DIY Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Rehab Addict on demand at Max, Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    October 14, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (823)