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House Crashers

House Crashers

Photo Credit:  DIY Network/Scripps Networks
  • Premiered: 
    August 5, 2009
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  • Network: DIY
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Second series in the CRASHERS franchise, preceded by Yard Crashers 
  • Subject Matter:
  • Tags: home improvement

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Plot Synopsis

Josh Temple walks the aisles of home improvement centers looking for DIYers willing to take a risk. He ambushes them and offers to do their next makeover for free. But there's just one catch. They have to let his crew have complete creative control over the new space. HOUSE CRASHERS returned for its eighth season on Monday, June 10, 2013 at 11pm ET, with a debut episode featuring a junk-filled patio room that gets a makeover featuring a bar area with wine storage, pass-through bar and new hardwood flooring and furniture. After a three-month break, HOUSE CRASHERS returned for its ninth season on Monday, December 23, 2013 at 10pm ET/PT on DIY Network, with back-to-back new episodes. One week after the Season 9 finale, HOUSE CRASHERS returned for its tenth season on Monday, April 7, 2014, as DIY Network showed back-to-back new episodes at 11pm ET/PT. In the Season 10 opener, Josh transformed a hideous living room with stained carpet, lava rock fireplace, broken sliders to a hot closed-in patio. In the night's second episode, Josh enhanced the usability of this living room and dining room by creating two sophisticated areas from a space that was a French flashback to the '30s and '40s. HOUSE CRASHERS returned for its eleventh season on Monday, July 6, 2015 from 11pm-Midnight ET/PT, as DIY Network premiered back-to-back new episodes. In the season opener, "Modern Garage Blowout," Josh and the crew build a chic living space in a garage. Season 12 of HOUSE CRASHERS premiered on Monday, May 2, 2016 from 11pm-Midnight ET/PT on DIY Network. In the season opener (11pm), "Throwback Media and Living Room," Josh Temple and Chris Grundy take on two rooms located on the ground floor of Blog Cabin's stunning lakeside retreat. In the media/entertainment room, the guys frame a projector screen with vintage suitcases, old speakers and radios. The nearby refreshment bar is topped with a zinc wrapped counter sanded down to mimic the sparkle of the Idaho Diamond stone fireplace in the next room. This living space features a rustic burnt cedar barn door, a floating bench made with repurposed framing material, a framed art wall made with a reclaimed 'for sale' sign from a nearby property, and a coffee table topped with the same beautiful stone found on the fireplace. Lakeside living in the Coeur d'Alene wilderness doesn't get any better! Then, in the night's second new episode (11:30pm), "Slick Man Cave Garage," House Crashers brings in a sleek frosted glass garage door, a concrete bar and a bifold window to the outside to give these homeowners a man cave and a place to entertain in a dark garage that was filled with junk. Plus, the team builds a custom work table made from walnut and a fire hose bench perfect for this fireman's man cave.
DIY Network premiered the thirteenth season of HOUSE CRASHERS on Monday, August 29, 2016 from 10-11pm ET/PT, showing back-to-back new episodes. In the season opener (10pm), "Old-School Lounge," Josh and his team turn a bland living room with outdated cabinets and beige carpet into a funky lounge. They create a custom mahogany bar and a unique sliding wall panel to give this lounge a cool midcentury modern vibe. Then, in the night's second new episode (10:30pm), "Modern Log Cabin," Josh and his crew transform a ho-hum living and dining room into the ultimate modern log cabin space. They create a stacked stone fireplace, a live-edge dining table, a one-of-a-kind walnut reading chair and a polyhedron coffee table.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Big Table Media (as Idea Factory)