Rewind·Posted on May 20, 201813 HGTV Shows That Need To Come Back, Like, NowBring back the good ol' days.by Francesca ReaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Joanna and Chip Gaines stole our hearts and took it with them when Fixer Upper ended. HGTV Date Aired: 2013–2018Joanna and Chip felt your pain of wanting a beautifully renovated house in the best location. For five years, they took Texas by storm and gave people their perfect home in their ideal locations, making all of our dreams come true. This wound is just too fresh.Watch full episodes online at HGTV.com and be sure to catch reruns on HGTV, BECAUSE WE ARE NOT OVER IT. 2. Paul James would hook you up with all of the backyard gardening tips on Gardening by the Yard. HGTV Air Date: 1996–2009Paul knew that everybody wanted a beautiful, colorful yard, but no one actually had the time to put into it. He hooked you up with tips, tricks, and hacks — we miss you Paul, and your mustache!You can still catch some clips and tips on HGTV.com. 3. Mike Holmes swooped in to save homeowners from the terrible world of contracting on Holmes on Homes. HGTV Air Date: 2001–2009 In a world of shady contractors, Mike Holmes' motto was, "If you're going to do something, do it right the first time." Mike literally rescued homeowners from repair and renovation disasters while closely resembling Mr. Clean. He's not the hero we needed, but the hero we deserved.You can still watch full episodes and clips on HGTV.com. 4. Matt Fox and Shari Hiller are HGTV royalty when they came up with the first-ever HGTV show Room By Room. HGTV Air Date: 1994–2008Room by Room is the "longest running decorating show of their genre in TV history!" Talk about iconic. They took our hands and hearts as they guided us, literally, room by room through the renovation.You can catch up with all things Matt and Shari on their blog. 5. Genevieve Gorder was the guidance counselor you needed when you fell out of love with your home on Dear Genevieve. HGTV Air Date: 2009–2012Genevieve was that down-to-earth girl who helped mend the relationship between homeowner and home. When we needed her, she didn't just write us back with design answer to solve our problems, but she showed up — literally, she actually showed up and mended all our hearts.You can still catch some tips and clips on HGTV.com. 6. Designed to Sell was chock full of great ideas to max out your property value for homeowners that just wanted out. HGTV Air Date: 2004–2011Designed to Sell helped homeowners turn their house from drab to fab with a $2,000 budget. This show wasn't just a game changer for the sellers, but it was a straight-up game show for the viewers. Could you guess just how much their property value went up? Yes. Did you get mad when their hard work deserved more than a $10,000 value markup? YES.You can still catch some highlight clips and tips at HGTV.com. 7. David Bromstad brought color to the screen and to our lives in Color Splash. HGTV Air Date: 2007–2012David Bromstad knew how to turn a tired old room into something fun and vibrant. He didn't just renovate your space, but he transformed the feeling, style, and most importantly, the color of the space (duh). You can still find him on HGTV, changing lives and the world.You can catch full episodes and clips online at HGTV.com. 8. Scott McGillivray, and his handsome smile, knew it took money to make money in Income Property. HGTV Aired Date: 2008–2016Scott McGillivray helped homeowners turn part of their home into an Airbnb by giving the homeowners the opportunity to deck out their place so they can make mo' money. And did I mention that dreamy smile?!You can catch clips of the show on HGTV.com. 9. Let's be real, we only watched Ellen's Design Challenge for the queen that is Ellen DeGeneres. HGTV Air Date: 2015–2016Ellen DeGeneres can do no wrong, even though there was a lot of tea being served around the season 1 finale scandal. She put the "fun" in FUrNiture with her energetic challenges and competitive environment. It's still unclear, however, if the show is truly canceled, but a new season hasn't aired since 2016.Watch the best clips from the show at HGTV.com. 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. HGTV Air Date: 2011–2014Carter whisked us around the world with exclusive, all-access passes to the hottest and most expensive places. From resorts, to nightclubs, and even gardens, Carter hooked us up and we need that kind of luxury back in our life.You can still catch clips of these glamorous houses on HGTV.com. 11. Lauren Lake took kitchens from drab to fab with the show Spice Up My Kitchen. HGTV Air Date: 2007–2008Designer Lauren and Carpenter Jeff saved homeowners from disastrous kitchens. Lauren provided them with two potential design options (and yes you were mad if they didn't choose the design you liked because clearly an L-shaped kitchen is best for this space, Jessica) and Jeff, with the help of his muscles, would help make their dreams come true.Watch some old clips online at HGTV.com. 12. Badass contractor, Amy Matthews, would break into your home and renovate your space all before you even got home in Renovation Raiders. HGTV Air Date: 2013–2015Amy ran the show like the strong, independent woman that she is. She snuck in, tore your whole place up, then renovated your space. We were always nervous about them finishing the renovation in time, but our girl always pulled it off!Catch the best and most nail-biting clips on HGTV.com. 13. Finally, only a true HGTV fanatic was obsessed with the show Design Star and all its juicy reality TV glory. HGTV Air Date: 2006–2013.Nothing hooks you more than a design competition where the winner nabs their very own show! I don't know another reality TV competition where the stakes were this high. IDC what you say, this show was wonderful, stressful, exhilarating, and everything in-between. Watch the most stressful and exciting clips from the show at HGTV.com.