The home reno show returns to HGTV for a third season on February 28. Get ready for a whole new slew of HGTV experts and some good old-fashioned (competitive!) fun.
Brian said it was one of the best moments of his life.
Egypt and Mike reimagined their home with on-trend coastal style and elegant details meant to evoke Charleston’s history.
Keith and Evan used their Detroit-style ingenuity to create one-of-a-kind luxury in their Rock the Block home in Charleston.
Leslie and Lyndsay transformed their Rock the Block home into a welcoming, traditional-style home perfect for entertaining.
Dave and Jenny Marrs transformed their Rock the Block home into a timeless, charming space for a family.
Top HGTV designers have just weeks and a limited budget to renovate four blank-slate homes on the same block with their signature styles. The designers who net the highest appraisal get bragging rights and a street named in their honor.
HGTV announces the judges and challengers for the second season of Rock the Block. It's a power lineup!
This time, designers are competing as two-person teams — for bigger stakes and twice the intensity.
David and Tiffany converted their Rock the Block home into a modern Tudor full of color and pattern. See the Gallery
Nate and Jeremiah revamped their Rock the Block home into a European farmhouse full of Old-World charm. See the Gallery
Alison and Mike remodeled their Rock the Block home into an updated French countryside home with a sense of history.
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Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt transformed their Rock the Block house into a southern Craftsman designed for families.
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Get exclusive behind-the-design detail and insights from Rock the Block hosts Leanne, Jasmine, Mina and Alison.
The competition kicks off as four teams of HGTV superstars put their expertise to the test with an amazing kitchen transformation. Farmhouse Fixer's Jonathan Knight and his brother, Jordan, go step-by-step to judge each of their breathtaking designs.
First impressions are everything as each team reimagines their home's living room and entryway to showcase their unique design styles. Rock the Block's season one winner, Jasmine Roth, returns to judge the renovated spaces and choose a winning team.
The teams finish their first floor renovation as they tackle the main bedroom suites. It's the ultimate test of luxury versus functionality as Rock the Block veteran Alison Victoria and HGTV star Page Turner judge these jaw-dropping spaces.
The teams go upstairs to renovate a new space for Rock the Block -- the FROG. With only days to transform their Finished Room Over Garage before Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent judge their work, the teams aim to leap to the front of the competition.
With budgets dwindling and pressure rising, the teams head outside to design their outdoor spaces. It's all about curb appeal and backyard amenities until Ty disrupts their plans just before Mina Starsiak-Hawk and Karen E Laine begin their judging.
The teams race to finish their houses before their money runs out and judgement day arrives. Drew Scott and previous Rock the Block winners Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt judge the entire homes while each team finally gets to see their competitions' spaces.
Sundays on HGTV