Home makeover shows can sometimes be a guilty pleasure, ranging from watching families and couples find their dream home to the complete renovations where the home is unrecognizable. But when it comes to some of these shows like Love it or list it what features do people renovate their homes, what happens? The series’ home network, HGTV, confirmed a not-so-secret secret about it all.
In a TV question and answer conducted by Greensboro, NC News & Record paper, an HGTV viewer wondered what was happening to the selected families on Love it or list it when it comes to renovations, listing the house, the cost of it all and more. It’s a general question that I’m sure has popped into viewers’ minds many times, and the network confirmed what everyone had thought:
Being selected for a home remodeling show is not what it looks like on TV, and it makes sense. While it’s a little sad that the select families have to pay for it all, they at least have the option to actually buy the decor and decor that is being used. If they did not get that opportunity, it would be a waste.
Considering that families give their budgets and it shows what it is and how much they have for each room, it makes me wonder if there is more or less what is actually shown. Reality shows are supposed to be “real”, but many times they actually are not, and it would be interesting to find out even more secrets about the HGTV world.
Surprisingly, this “secret” is not the only thing HGTV has revealed about their shows. Earlier this year, the network admitted that even if they pay for some work or costs to speed up production, homeowners are essentially paying for their own services, including design work. It may look good to have your home renovated on HGTV, but it does not seem so great behind the scenes.
Love it or list it is just one of many programs on HGTV that have their own secrets about what really happens behind the scenes when it comes to the technical and design of it all. Maybe one day the network can spill all the secrets that probably most viewers already know by now. It would be fascinating to see what HGTV is otherwise saving on.
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