HGTV decided to renew three of its hottest series. HGTV ordered 13 new episodes each of “My Yard Goes Disney,” “Room Crashers” and “Selling New York.” HGTV, which is formally referred to as “Home and Garden Television,” was launched in 1994. The cable-television channel operates in the United States and Canada. They also have a website, magazine and host of home-oriented products.
The channel belongs to Scripps Networks Interactive with headquarters in Tennessee. Every year the channel sponsors the exciting HGTV Dream Home giveaway. They also air popular shows such as “House Hunters,” “Curb Appeal,” “Design to Sell,” “Design on a Dime,” and more.
Everyone Wants a Disney Yard
Nothing is more playful to children of all ages than a trip to Disney. Many dream of having a bit of Disney right in their own backyard. This is what happens in each episode of “My Yard Goes Disney.” Homeowners get an amazing makeover inspired by Disney Parks. The face of family playtime was never this incredible.
Homeowners who want a Disney yard for themselves can apply for a Disney-themed backyard makeover for themselves at the HGTV website. HGTV and Jay TV teamed up and want families with great stories about their passion for Disney and how they want to bring it to their backyards.
The three steps to follow to get on HGTV include completing the application, including a family photo and a wide picture of your backyard. “My Yard Goes Disney” will start airing new episodes in June.
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