Help! I Wrecked My House Season 3: Details We Know So Far

Jasmine Roth is a fan-favorite HGTV stalwart thanks to her beloved show "Hidden Potential," which debuted in 2017. The hit reality show followed the California-based Roth as she turned basic suburban properties into chic, custom-built dream homes with her keen designer eye and well-honed construction skills. Given the success of "Hidden Potential" — and Roth's popularity with viewers — it made complete sense when she was gifted another show: the hilariously literally titled "Help! I Wrecked My House."

The show, which sees Roth helping desperate homeowners, began airing in 2020, with Season 2 following in quick succession. As Katie Ruttan-Daigle, HGTV's vice president of programming and development, explained, "Jasmine knows how to ease the anxiety homeowners feel when a home improvement project goes wrong." She added, "Her expertise and optimistic presence help every do-it-yourselfer get a much-needed win and fans love to see how renovation mistakes become masterpieces."

In an exclusive interview with the List, Roth shared that her goal for doing the show was to help people understand "what they're capable of and what they should leave to the pros and what they can try to do on their own." Clearly, there's an appetite for such content, and fans are understandably eager for another installment. Here's everything we know about Season 3 of "Help! I Wrecked My House" thus far.

Season 3 of Help! I Wrecked My House is expected to premiere in fall 2022

In January 2022, Jasmine Roth took to Instagram to confirm with curious fans that "Help! I Wrecked My House" was indeed coming back for Season 3. As the lovable host explained, "One of the toughest parts about being in tv is having very little (it's actually zero) control over your next job — never knowing what's coming or if all your hard work will translate to ratings, viewers, and ad sales. It's all the stuff you don't want to think about because it's out of your control, but have to think about because it pays the bills." Thankfully, as Roth acknowledged, fans rallied around the show, resulting in a third season being greenlit.

The "Hidden Potential" breakout described appearing on television and helping people make their houses into dream homes as her "happy place." Thus, Roth raised a glass to the fans alongside "everyone who has wrecked their houses and needs some serious help." HGTV confirmed Season 3 will be 10 episodes long and is expected to drop sometime in fall 2022 (via Discovery). "Jasmine's expertise and upbeat attitude empowers anyone who wants to know which upgrades to handle on their own and which ones require that they call in the pros," Katie Ruttan-Daigle, vice president of programming and development at HGTV, enthused.

In April, Roth posted a behind-the-scenes video of the show being filmed and reiterated how excited she and her crew were to continue with it.

What will Season 3 of Help! I Wrecked My House be about?

As Jasmine Roth told Showbiz Cheat Sheet, the title for "Help! I Wrecked My House" came about very organically. "People kept coming to me and being like, 'Help! I wrecked my house,'" she revealed. "Literally those exact words. It got to the point where myself, and HGTV, we couldn't ignore it." The hit show follows Roth as she helps despairing homeowners who — by their own estimation — have watched too much HGTV and other home improvement DIY videos and gone too far with their own properties as a result. Unfortunately, due to everybody being bored during the pandemic, more people than ever decided to tackle complicated, and frequently dangerous, home renovations.

"Being able to find families, it wasn't really hard," Roth admitted. "A lot of people were in this position." She made it clear, though, that there's nothing aspirational about "Help! I Wrecked My House." As the home renovation expert explained succinctly, "If you're on this show, you did something wrong." 

Roth actually put out a call for participants on Instagram in February, encouraging only the most distressed homeowners to come forward. The show films in and around Huntington Beach, CA so wannabe stars need to either live there or in close proximity. Thus, we can reasonably assume that Season 3 will follow the same trajectory, with Roth helping Californians sort out their DIY disasters.

Jasmine Roth also launched a TikTok home renovation miniseries

HGTV's Jasmine Roth is one of the hardest working ladies in the industry. Aside from fronting two hit shows, she also branched out into TikTok. Per People, her new miniseries sees Roth redoing a beachfront condo as a surprise Mother's Day gift. As the reality star gushed, "I am so stoked to share this deeply personal house transformation with HGTV fans because to me, no one is more deserving than my mom."

Roth shared her thoughts on why "Help! I've Wrecked My House" has been so popular. When homeowners have gone too far and don't see any way out, "I can rescue any disaster, have a lot of fun in the process, and make their house their dream home." Roth even filmed Season 1 while heavily pregnant, so she's no stranger to juggling several projects at once.

There's something immensely satisfying about doing "Help! I Wrecked My House" in particular, though. As the home renovation expert told House Beautiful, "If our homes are under construction or not set up to work for us, it hurts our relationships, our bank accounts, our jobs, and even our health." If Roth can help assuage some of that damage, she's happy to do so. And we love nothing more than watching along with her.