In the new HGTV series Everything But the House, auction professionals scour houses to help families discover the unique value of their stuff.
Lara Spencer the narrator will search homes from basement to attic for hidden treasures that could be priced thousands of dollars. Lara Spencer, the narrator, will scour the mess with the help of an expert assessing team, including Jacquie Denny, co-founder of the estate sale and auction website Everything but The House. Bidding for each item will begin at $1 to attract interested purchasers. However, sellers must be willing to part with their products for next to nothing.
In Everything But the House, Spencer partners up with a soon-to-retire mom who needs to downsize her huge assemblage of porcelain figurines, decorative sculptures, and antique purses. Her fundraising goal is $10,000. Her son offers to sell some of the sports memorabilia he acquired as a kid to help her get there.
Everything But The House Season 3 Release Date
The third season of the show has not been renewed by its original makers. Lara Spencer and a team of experienced appraisers examine clients’ houses for undiscovered treasures. The appraisal team will include Jacquie Denny, co-founder of Everything But The House, and Good Morning America host Lara Spencer. The show premieres on HGTV on Saturday, May 28 at 9 and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT.
During each episode, the crew will search each home for potentially valuable items to market in live and online auctions. Items range from vintage apparel and sports memorabilia to antique furniture and quirky souvenirs. There is a catch: To entice enthusiastic bidders, the team will start bidding at one dollar.
EBTH debuted on March 19 and will continue to air on Friday nights through April 16. Through online auctions featured on the show, sellers have made anything from $18,000 to $61,000. Through online auctions featured on the show, which are a combination of American Pickers and Antiques Roadshow, sellers have made anything from $18,000 to $61,000. Loren Ruch, HGTV senior vice president for programming and production, told me in April that the half-hour show, in which EBTH experts from Blue Ash help families declutter or reduce while monetizing objects in their homes, was a hit with the network.
|Everything But The House Season 1 Release Date||20 May 2018|
|Everything But The House Season 2 Release Date||28 May 2022|
|Everything But The House Season 3 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Everything But The House Season 3 Story
High Noon Entertainment produces the show “Everything But the House.” Denny and Brian Graves co-founded the online auction company Everything But The House in Cincinnati in 2007.
Auction professionals comb through homes to assist families in determining the genuine value of their possessions. These treasure hunters are followed as they appraise intriguing artifacts like dusty artwork, vintage apparel, and antique pieces of décor, then sell them at auction in the hopes of making a tidy profit.
The show is hosted by Lara Spencer, who has also been on HGTV’s Flea Market Flip. The appraisers discover what has the highest potential worth and load it up for sale. The family learns how much their unexpectedly valued possessions are sold for and begins a new chapter of their lives with a clean slate.
Everything But The House Season 3 Cast
The creators of the show are Andrew Neilson, Jonathan Neilson, and Lara Spencer. Andrew Nielsen is a writer and producer who is most recognized for his work on Everything But the House (2018).
The show’s narrator is Lara Spencer. Lara Spencer was born in Garden City, Long Island, New York, on June 19, 1969. She is an actor and writer who has appeared in films such as Free Guy (2021), Gary Unmarried (2008), and It’s Worth What? (2011). Rick McVey has been her husband since September 1, 2018. David Haffenreffer was her previous husband.
Jonathan Nielsen was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on January 3, 1983. He is a writer and producer who is best known for the film Everything But the House (2018). Jacquie Denny is known for Everything but the House (2018).
Everything But The House Season 3 Trailer
There is no official trailer for the show available. But you can watch related videos and snippets from youtube and other sites. Everything But the House Season 2 will premiere on May 28, 2022, according to HGTV.
Where To Watch Everything But The House Season 3?
The show is available on HGTV.com and Amazon Prime Video. The show’s second season will premiere on May 28. From then on, fresh episodes of the show will be available. If you haven’t seen Season 1 yet, you should do so first.