DIY Network adds "Bath Crashers" to their Crashers franchise, where homeowners are ambushed at a home improvement store and given a renovation they NEVER saw coming. The newest installment joins Yard Crashers, hosted by licensed landscape contractor Ahmed Hassan (Turf War), and House Crashers, hosted by licensed contractor Josh Temple. Bath Crashers, where Munster hooks up with homeowners and then alters their dated, grimy bathrooms into throne rooms good enough for kings, will make its debut during DIY Network's first-ever Crash Week, July 5-July 8 in primetime.
DIY Network is on a mission to crash and trash homes, transforming them into stunning, functional and modern living spaces. No one is safe on the new Crashers series as Muenster, Temple and Hassan travel across the country visiting markets including Chicago, Boston, Tampa, Atlanta and Houston. Crash Week, July 5-July 8, spotlights all three series with two original episodes premiering back-to-back each night from 9 p.m.-11 p.m. ET.
Kicking off the programming block is season two of House Crashers at 9 p.m. ET. Host and licensed contractor Josh Temple (Disaster House) stalks a big-box home improvement store looking for unsuspecting weekend warriors and then follows them home with a large crew of experts in tow. Stunned homeowners who journeyed into the store to fix a simple leaky faucet, end up winning the remodeling lottery with dramatic, eye-popping room transformations.
Next up is the series premiere of Bath Crashers at 10 p.m. ET. Licensed contractor Matt Muenster ambushes homeowners at a local store and totally overhauls their bathroom in need of repair. At 11 p.m. ET, completing the trifecta, is season four of Yard Crashers. Expert Ahmed Hassan waits at stores looking for the perfect weekend warriors who could definitely use his help. Once he finds his target, Ahmed and his team follow the surprised shoppers to their homes and completely transform their yards.
From the makers of HGTV and Food Network, DIY Network is the go-to destination for rip-up, knock-out home improvement television. DIY Network's programs and experts answer the most sought-after questions and offer creative projects for do-it-yourself enthusiasts. One of the fastest growing digital networks and currently in 52 million homes, DIY Network's programming covers a broad range of categories, including home improvement and landscaping. The network's award-winning Web site, www.DIYnetwork.com, is a leader in the Nielsen Online Home and Garden category and features multiple resources, including thousands of do-it-yourself home improvement projects, expert advice, how-to videos and images, and user-friendly reference guides with step-by-step instructions.