The home reno show returns to HGTV for a third season on February 28. Get ready for a whole new slew of HGTV experts and some good old-fashioned (competitive!) fun.
Brian said it was one of the best moments of his life.
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Egypt and Mike reimagined their home with on-trend coastal style and elegant details meant to evoke Charleston’s history.
Keith and Evan used their Detroit-style ingenuity to create one-of-a-kind luxury in their Rock the Block home in Charleston.
Leslie and Lyndsay transformed their Rock the Block home into a welcoming, traditional-style home perfect for entertaining.
Dave and Jenny Marrs transformed their Rock the Block home into a timeless, charming space for a family.
Top HGTV designers have just weeks and a limited budget to renovate four blank-slate homes on the same block with their signature styles. The designers who net the highest appraisal get bragging rights and a street named in their honor.
HGTV announces the judges and challengers for the second season of Rock the Block. It's a power lineup!
This time, designers are competing as two-person teams — for bigger stakes and twice the intensity.
David and Tiffany converted their Rock the Block home into a modern Tudor full of color and pattern. See the Gallery
Nate and Jeremiah revamped their Rock the Block home into a European farmhouse full of Old-World charm. See the Gallery
Alison and Mike remodeled their Rock the Block home into an updated French countryside home with a sense of history.
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Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt transformed their Rock the Block house into a southern Craftsman designed for families.
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Season Premiere! Dec. 4 at 8|7c