The long-running realty show debuted in 1999 and to date has inspired its own uber-successful franchise with no fewer than 10 spin-offs.
Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott help prospective home buyers find a "forever home" with the help of CGI magic. The duo has become the face of the network, headlining four different shows.
"Love It or List It"
Hosted by designer Hilary Farr and realtor David Visentin, the show has become a fan favorite thanks in part to its hosts' constant bickering. Among its A-list devotees: former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
"Cousins on Call"
Contracting cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri earned widespread praise for helping a family who lost its home to Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
"Brother Vs. Brother"
Jonathan and Drew Scott also host this spin-off show in which they lead opposing contracting teams vying for a $50,000 grand prize.
Husband and wife Chip and Joanna Gaines have become two of HGTV's biggest stars thanks to their timeless designs and quirky personalities.
Scott McGillivray helps first-time buyers through the process of purchasing an income-generating property in this do-it-yourself powerhouse reality series.
Single mom Nicole Curtis doesn't renovate, she restores old homes to their previous glory. Last season, Curtis got a helping hand from basketball legend LeBron James.
"Flip or Flop"
Christina and Tarek El Moussa let cameras in on their house-flipping business. The show has been a consistent performer in the network's key demographic.
"Ellen's Design Challenge"
Executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres, the furniture design reality competition broke HGTV records during its first season. The show's winner was eventually disqualified after it was revealed his design was a copy.
"Flipping the Block"
Call it home renovation on steroids. Four teams of two compete in what can be described as TV's most ambitious do-it-yourself challenge yet -- making over an entire city block.