Press Release: HGTV CANADA AND ARCHITECT FILMS REVEAL MASSIVE ALL-STAR CAST AS PRODUCTION BEGINS ON NEW ORIGINAL SERIES HOME TO WIN

HGTV (logo via Wikimedia)

HGTV (logo via Wikimedia)

TORONTO, October 14, 2015HGTV Canada and Architect Films announced today that production has broken ground on the new Canadian original series Home to Win (formerly The House That HGTV Built), slated to premiere on HGTV Canada in Spring 2016. Hosted by ET Canada’s Sangita Patel, the impressive cast features an unprecented 20 HGTV Canada all-stars:

• Jo Alcorn (Critical Listing)
• Carson Arthur (Critical Listing)
• Bryan Baeumler (Leave It To Bryan, House of Bryan)
• Sarah Baeumler (House of Bryan)
• Danielle Bryk (Bryk House, Flip Addict)
• Kate Campbell (Disaster Decks, Custom Built)
• Sebastian Clovis (Tackle My Reno)
• Rob Evans (The Expandables)
• Joey Fletcher (Disaster Decks, Custom Built)
• Mike Holmes (Holmes Makes It Right, Mike’s Ultimate Garage)
• Mike Holmes Jr. (Holmes Makes It Right, Mike’s Ultimate Garage)
• Colin Hunter (Summer Home, Open House Overhaul)
• Dave Kenney (Disaster Decks, Custom Built)
• Paul Lafrance (Disaster Decks, Custom Built)
• Scott McGillivray (Income Property)
• Mia Parres (The Expandables)
• Tiffany Pratt (Buy It, Fix It, Sell It)
• Samantha Pynn (Summer Home, Open House Overhaul)
• Sarah Richardson (Real Potential, Sarah’s Rental Cottage)
• Tommy Smythe (Sarah’s House, Sarah’s Rental Cottage)

Home to Win is a colossal, 10-part series where HGTV Canada brings its network celebrities under the same roof to pool their extraordinary expertise, creativity, and reno know-how. Together they will completely remodel an average, run-of-the-mill house into one of the hottest properties in the country. Home to Win will culminate in a one-hour challenge episode where home winning hopefuls will compete for this spectacular house.

“Bringing together 20 of the biggest, most trusted names in the business, to renovate a home from the inside out for one Canadian family is beyond the scope of anything we’ve done on HGTV Canada to date – it’s going to be epic,” said Christine Shipton, Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, Shaw Media.

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