What day and time will HGTV's 'Renovation Impossible' release? And everything else you need to know
HGTV is back with another home renovation show, 'Renovation Impossible'. As the name itself suggests, the audience is going to witness some impossible things coming to life with the help of experts. In the show, the Dallas-based contractor Russell J. Holmes will make the audience watch in awe by showing how completely stalled houses can be structured in its fine form with minimal investment.
We all have our own set of ideas when it comes to making a house. However, what we often don't think about is the budget. Best known for Discovery's 'Garage Rehab', Russell will now be seen on 'Renovation Impossible' helping his clients reconstruct their houses. All the renovations that Russell will be working on will be the ones that were suffering due to the lack of funding. Moreover, the star will be given a tight budget and he will have to show his expertise within the same. Keep reading to know more about the upcoming series. Meanwhile, you can also check out other similar renovation series on HGTV like 'Fix My Flip', 'Renovation Island', and 'Fix Home First'.
When does 'Renovation Impossible' release?
'Renovation Impossible' Season 1 will be broadcast on Thursday, September 8, 2022, at 9 pm ET/PT on HGTV.
How can I watch 'Renovation Impossible'?
Aside from watching the premiere of 'Renovation Impossible' on HGTV, one can also stream the show on HGTV Go app. Those who don't have cable connections can watch the show on Sling TV, Philo, Hulu + Live TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV, Fubo, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Stream. Viewers can also watch the show on Discovery+ app.
Who stars in 'Renovation Impossible'?
Russell J. Holmes
Russell J. Holmes is a Dallas-based construction expert. With more than 20 years of experience, Russell is an established constructor. Besides that, Russell is also a reality star who is known for his works in Discovery's 'Garage Rehab', and 'Fast N' Loud'.
The star helps create his customers build the dream house with a limited budget. Russell knows how to cut costs, spend strategically, and get the maximum result. Similarly, in the show, he will show his skills to meet customers' unexpected wants.
Paige Poupart is an entrepreneur, home connoisseur, and architectural enthusiast. Paige will be assisting Russell in the matter of designing the house. Paige is an expert in both historic and modern house building. The real estate broker was previously featured on HGTV in 2017 and 2022. She is now all set to be cast in HGTV's pilot project 'Renovation Impossible'.
What is 'Renovation Impossible' all about?
Renovation experts Russell J Holmes and Paige Poupart will help home owners revamp their house who have been struggling to remodel for a long time. The clients will present their wants and expectations to the construction team. At the same time, a particular budget will be set for the project. Indeed, Russell and his team will ideate to come up with the vision, make a blueprint, and then refurbish the house.
In the premiere episode, 'From Junk to Gem' viewers will meet the family of Jessica and Joseph. They have been living in a mid-century-styled home which clearly seems to be less for the family of four. The couple has been planning for a long time to remodel their house but always faced some or other hurdle in the way. But now, they have finally made up their minds and come to Russell with their design options. Indeed, the viewers will see Russell and the team remodeling the old-structured house into an achievable renovation house.
Well, the main struggle for the designing team of 'Renovation Impossible' will be to add modern design to the house without demolishing the essence of the old house. The couple has saved funds for the reconstruction. With the help of the same Russell will install a modular kitchen, a fresh family area, and some other changes will be made.
What is the buzz around 'Renovation Impossible'?
In the press release, Russell explains how it's not always easy with "strict budgets and clients who don't always see eye-to-eye on renovation decisions." The constructor further explains how he uses "tough love, creative solutions, and elbow grease" to help clients remodel a home that they will love for many years to come. The reality star adds, "We open their (clients) eyes to what they can really do with their money. Now they can move forward and make new memories with the families."