11 Cancelled HGTV Shows We Wish Would Make A Comeback

  
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HGTV has quickly become one of the most popular and most watched networks on television. Even though there are so many highly rated, amazing shows like Flip or Flop, Fixer Upper and Property Brothers that we love to binge watch or tune into each week, there are also a lot of shows from back in the day that we miss! It seems a lot of old shows are being brought back with either a revival or reboot (like Trading Spaces), so with that in mind here’s a list of 11 cancelled HGTV shows we wish would make a comeback!

11. Room By Room

Room By Room laid the ground work for so many HGTV shows today and was once the networks highest rated program. The show was developed by married couple Matt and Sheri Fox who were the first to come up with the idea of tackling renovations in real peoples homes. It was the first of its kind back in 1994, plus it was the networks very first show! If you could look past some of the cheesy banter between the hosts, Room By Room did a really good job of showing viewers how a quick renovation could make their home more functional and appealing.

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10. Divine Design

Divine Design had a long run on HGTV from 2003 to 2011. Hosted by Canadian designer Candice Olsen and her team of carpenters, a painter, seamstress and electrician, each episode featured a new renovation of a clients living space from top to bottom. Even though we can still watch Olsen from time to time on reruns or other programs like Candace Tells All and Design Star, we’d still love to see her step back into her original role on Divine Design!

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