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With all the home improvement shows and channels on the TV what’s your favorite?

I'm still a fan of "This Old House" but was wonder what home improvement shows all my Kreg friends watch?

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  As far as "wood" shows go, I like them all: new yankee,  woodsmith, rough cut, american woodworking, and the weird guy dressed in overalls and sports a curly afro who uses mostly hand tools. Those shows are on the Create channel. I learn something every time  I see an episode

 The home improvement shows I watch are on the DIY network. All crashers, man caves, holmes, renovation reality...

I do too!!! I like the Vanilli Ice Project and was hoping there would be another show!

Geoff Simpson said:

I miss Holmes on Holmes.  I don't mind Holmes Inspection in a pinch...I guess when you're as busy as Mike Holmes you can't do everything.  On that note, I prefer Disaster DIY...Brian's hysterical.  Like Justin, watching Renovation Realities is like watching a train-wreck happen....I know it's gonna be bad, I know people are gonna get hurt....but i can't help myself, i NEED to see it

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I don't watch nuthin' since Norm left!!!!

I still watch the best, Norm via his website, but I seem to pick up a lot of ideas and tips from the Woodsmith show. I have especially picked up several saftey tips from them.

Watching New Yankee rerun their old shows on the web is interesting in watching how the methods, tools and safty have changed since he started. I saw one a week or two ago where Norm's one hand was way too close to the table saw blade for my comfort. I don't think he does that now.

And he still is on This Old House.

Man vs. Food.

Over Your Head, Don't Sweat It, and Diaster DIY.  It's good to see others who take on more than they're ready for!

New Yankee Workshop was my favorite, I am going to miss it.  I like them all.
In the early years of 'cable TV', there was a popular show called "Comic Strip" and on network TV, one of the most popular shows was "Star Search".  In an effort to capitalize on the popularity of both shows, they combined them into one hour-long show entitled...wait for it..."Comic Strip Search" .   Bah-dum-bum!  I'm here all week, folks! :)
Diaster DIY is really good, lol!

Betty said:

Over Your Head, Don't Sweat It, and Diaster DIY.  It's good to see others who take on more than they're ready for!

I miss Norm too. What a craftsman!

Kevin McNulty said:
New Yankee Workshop was my favorite, I am going to miss it.  I like them all.
I like Man Caves also!!! 

david car said:

  As far as "wood" shows go, I like them all: new yankee,  woodsmith, rough cut, american woodworking, and the weird guy dressed in overalls and sports a curly afro who uses mostly hand tools. Those shows are on the Create channel. I learn something every time  I see an episode

 The home improvement shows I watch are on the DIY network. All crashers, man caves, holmes, renovation reality...

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