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    13 HGTV Shows That Need To Come Back, Like, Now

    Bring back the good ol' days.

    1. Joanna and Chip Gaines stole our hearts and took it with them when Fixer Upper ended.

    2. Paul James would hook you up with all of the backyard gardening tips on Gardening by the Yard.

    3. Mike Holmes swooped in to save homeowners from the terrible world of contracting on Holmes on Homes.

    4. Matt Fox and Shari Hiller are HGTV royalty when they came up with the first-ever HGTV show Room By Room.

    5. Genevieve Gorder was the guidance counselor you needed when you fell out of love with your home on Dear Genevieve.

    6. Designed to Sell was chock full of great ideas to max out your property value for homeowners that just wanted out.

    7. David Bromstad brought color to the screen and to our lives in Color Splash.

    8. Scott McGillivray, and his handsome smile, knew it took money to make money in Income Property.

    9. Let's be real, we only watched Ellen's Design Challenge for the queen that is Ellen DeGeneres.

    10. Carter Oosterhouse, People's 2003 "Sexiest Man Alive," took us inside mega-mansions and allowed us an exclusive look at the life of the rich and the famous on Million Dollar Rooms.

    11. Lauren Lake took kitchens from drab to fab with the show Spice Up My Kitchen.

    12. Badass contractor, Amy Matthews, would break into your home and renovate your space all before you even got home in Renovation Raiders.

    13. Finally, only a true HGTV fanatic was obsessed with the show Design Star and all its juicy reality TV glory.