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America's Most Desperate Landscape
The most embarrassing front yard in the country wins the ultimate makeover. Jason Cameron and his crew search coast to coast for the biggest eyesore in the neighborhood and in just two days, transform it into the best looking yard on the block.
Watch as these determined homeowners revitalize cities across America, one home renovation at a time. They are getting down & dirty and doing the work themselves, restoring not only the old homes, but preserving their beloved local neighboorhoods as well.
Craftsman Tim McClellan, along with his team of skilled experts, renovates and restores houses from American boomtowns.
One of America's best-loved performers, Jim Belushi is going rogue - as in the Rogue River in Medford, Oregon. The actor, comedian and singer is trading his mic for a tool belt and building his dream luxury riverfront cabin.
I Hate My Yard
Landscape designer Sara Bendrick comes to the rescue of people who love their homes but HATE their yards. Sara and the homeowners work together to create the outdoor living space they've always dreamed of.
Realtor, general contractor and designer Rachel Street renovates and restores century-old properties in Philadelphia. She salvages their best features to maintain the original charm while transforming them into modern homes.