The HGTV Show That The Majority Of People Wouldn't Want To Be On

If you watch HGTV, you might dream about which show you'd like to be on someday. Whether you're hunting for a new house, renovating your home before you sell it, or creating the home of your dreams, there is a show for nearly everyone. The best and worst HGTV shows seem to have their hardcore fans. The List conducted a worldwide survey of 8,600 people, and they chose which HGTV show they most want to appear on.


Although there is plenty of information about what it's really like to be on an HGTV show, that doesn't deter you from imagining yourself standing alongside twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott on Property Brothers imagining how you can turn an ordinary house into a dream home. Although it's a well-loved program on HGTV, Property Brothers didn't win the show people most or least wanted to appear on, though. At 20 percent, the home renovating and selling twins came in second, with the perennially popular House Hunters earning 17 percent of the votes, making it third place in the poll. Neither one of these shows took home the top or bottom honors in the survey.

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Fixer Upper with Chip and Joanna Gaines, who operate Magnolia Homes in Waco, Texas, is the program most people wanted to participate in, with 40 percent of the 8,600 respondents choosing it as their top program. The widely loved couple left HGTV a few years back, which means despite the show's popularity, most people won't get their wish of starring alongside the parents of five (via Pop Sugar).


Ten percent of those who replied chose the "other" category, naming HGTV shows like Home Town with Ben and Erin Napier and My Lottery Dream Home hosted by David Bromstad. The show that people least wanted to be on was Flip or Flop with exes Tarek El Moussa and Christina Haack. The program about rehabbing homes and selling for a profit garnered a mere seven percent of the vote, coming in after "other." Perhaps it's because people typically only appear briefly on Flip or Flop during the open houses.