Talk:HGTV (United States)

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Designing for the Sexes[edit]

This show is listed under both 'currently airing' and 'currently not airing'. I have no ideal of the status of the show, but I am pretty sure that it cannot be both airing and not airing at the same time. C&R 19:28, 19 March 2007 (UTC)

There are a couple shows I've noticed that both do and don't air according to this list. -Darthjarek 07:51, 1 July 2007 (UTC)

HGTV no longer lists is among their shows, so I do not think they are still airing the reruns anymore. They have that new show now, Get It Together, as a replacment of that concept. AnmaFinotera 08:12, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

HD Not a Simulcast[edit]

HGTV HD is NOT a simulcast of HGTV, as noted by the programming listing on HGTV's site at,,HGTV_22056_44656,00.html --Mhking 02:32, 23 September 2007 (UTC)

Get it Sold Setting?[edit]

Has anyone know where the actual setting takes place from HGTV's Get it Sold? Sabrina Soto keeps saying this,

"...a major metropolitan city."

And I can't describe what metropolitan city it is. Can anyone tell? ADGTHFan Let's talk serious! || Look at my progress 23:22, 30 July 2009 (UTC)

Trying to figure out a show from the 1990s[edit]

Can anyone help me figure out a show HGTV aired in the mid to late 1990s? I think it was called "Homefront" or "Homestyle," but those might be totally off base. It must've been a show from the UK. The host was a female with a British accent. She tended to be good with painting techniques, but was much younger than Debbie Travis. In one episode, she redid her own stairwell and bannister in her own flat. In another, she helped a young couple and installed a modern gas fireplace with glass and a sphere and pyramid instead of the "realistic log look." I've searched everywhere and can't seem to figure it out. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:57, 9 November 2009 (UTC)