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I love this show. It is now my favorite. I love the way the Gaines have such a fun relationship together, how they incorporate their children, they do the OUTSIDE and in the inside. It's a joy to watch. What I don't like is that there are so many repeats on HGTV. I mean, come on, three hours of Property Brothers, three hours of Fixer Upper, three hours of House Hunbers...this is ridiculous! Sometimes that all we watch almost all day, and I have friends and family that do the same thing, but these repeats and running one show after another for hours is crazy1
 
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Fixer Upper is my favorite show on HGTV now. It's the best we've had in a long time. My next favorites are Rehab Addict and Flip or Flop. Now can we please stop with the Love it or List it?
I would love to bring back some of the old decorating shows that made HGTV popular in the past. Please keep the house and property shows down. Brink by Sarah Richardson and the old Curb Appeal when it was something a homeowner could actually do themselves
and it didn't cost $50,000.
 
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HGTV doesn't read these forums or care about viewers preferences. You might want to contact them directly.
 
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