Television Overview | DIY Network
One of the most commonly referenced TV Stations on the Barn Light Electric Co.®blog is the DIY Network (Do It Yourself). DIY Network was created from the same teams that made HGTV and Food Network. DIY Network ‘s programs feature home improvement and landscaping experts who offer creative, do-it-yourself projects and solutions for homeowners.
Popular shows on DIY include Garage Mahal, hosted by former wrestling star, Bill Goldberg and licensed contractor and organizer, Brian Corsetti. On Garage Mahal, Goldberg and a crew of experts transform disorganized garages into spectacular living spaces. Barn Light Electric Co.® supplied custom made track lighting featuring Deep Bowl Shades for Jay Leno’s garage. Barn Light Electric Co.® also supplied vintage industrial lights for the following Garage Mahal episodes: Soap Stars Gym, 50’s Hot Rod Garage, Airplane Hangar, Bill Goldberg’s Garage and Hot Rod Magazine.
In addition to DIY Networks’ original series, the programming schedule also includes reruns of the series This Old House.
Currently, DIY Network is one of the fastest growing networks in the United States and it airs in approximately 50 million homes. In addition to the channel, DIY Network’s website, www.diynetwork.com, is an award-winning leader in the Nielsen Online Home and Garden category. On the website, users can browse through thousands of of do-it-yourself home projects, how-to videos and images, and reference guides with step-by-step-instructions.
DIY was the second network to be launched by Scripps, following the remarkable start by Home and Garden Television: HGTV. When DIY originally launched, the first two years the programming consisted of mixed and mashed clips of old HGTV programs while new content was developed for 17 original programs. Shows on DIY Network include:
- Desperate Landscapes
- Run My Renovation
- Turf War
- Man Caves
- Bath Crashers
- The Vanilla Ice Project
- Garage Mahal
- Kitchen Impossible
- Yard Crashers
- House Crashers
- Sweat Equity
To view the official DIY Network website, visit diynetwork.com.