Disaster DIY - Netflix
Disaster DIY is a show about Do-It-Yourselfer's who have failed at their own home renovations and are in desperate need of some on-the-job training! Host and contractor Bryan Baeumler arrives to save a family from a reno disaster and teach the DIY-er how to fix his own mess. With his rapier wit and humorous brand of tough love, Bryan shows the DIY-er his or her mistakes, then teaches the safe and proper way to fix them. Family and friends of the DIY-er comment and join in to watch as Bryan takes the DIY-er from a handyman disaster to a hero.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Disaster DIY - House of Bryan - Netflix
House of Bryan is a Canadian home renovation television series which premiered in 2010 on HGTV Canada. The show follows Bryan Baeumler, host of Disaster DIY and Leave It to Bryan, as he manages a team of professionals and apprentices build a house. The show is produced by Si Entertainment. House of Bryan 1 set an audience record for HGTV Canada, in April 2010. For the Fall 2016 season, House of Bryan was replaced on the HGTV Canada schedule by Bryan Inc., where Bryan and wife Sarah Baeumler buy properties, renovate or replace (new build) the houses on them, and sell them for a profit.
Disaster DIY - Seasons - Netflix
In the first series, House of Bryan (later referred to as In the City; a.k.a. House of Bryan 1), they renovate a small bungalow into a much larger dream home while under the careful watch of Baeumler's family. A second series, House of Bryan: On the Rocks (provisionally House of Bryan 2), was produced. The show, which debuted in April 2012, focused on building the Baeumler family's cottage on Georgian Bay. The third series, House of Bryan: In the Sticks (a.k.a. House of Bryan 3), was made. The show, which debuted in 2014, focused on building the Baeumler forever home, in the countryside, like where Bryan grew up, to give their children the advantages of country-living. They wanted to build a place to grow old in, and for their descendants to return to. The show focuses on building an extension to a house they've bought. The fourth series, House of Bryan: The Final Straw (a.k.a. House of Bryan 4) debuted in October 2015. The show focuses on finishing renovations to the old section of the house they've built an extension to and landscaping.
Disaster DIY - References - Netflix