No more Fixer Upper withdrawals.

By Tamara Kraus
Updated June 30, 2017
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Our deepest wish has been granted for the long weekend. You can now escape the heat (or simply spend a lazy day on the couch) with a well-deserved HGTV marathon of the channel’s most popular shows on Hulu.

Unfortunately, not all shows will be available to stream, but rest assured that 11 favorites including Fixer Upper and Property Brothers are definitely part of the deal. Need some serious DIY inspiration? You can revel in some episodes of Design on a Dime, Flip or Flop, or Flea Market Flip. And if design and decorating isn’t your thing, you’ll be able to binge on shows like House Hunters and House Hunters International for an instant staycation inside your home.

Previously Scripps, the network that owns HGTV and other lifestyle channels, streamed Food Network, HGTV, and Travel Channel shows on Netflix but cut ties with the streaming service in 2016 (shows streamed until early 2017). It’s been a solid six months since the shows left Netflix, so it’s about time that it’s back—and better than ever.

This is just one leap Hulu is making to overtake Netflix. Last month, Hulu launched its live TV for $40 a month. The new service allows subscribers to watch brand new shows from 51 channels (including HGTV) and have access to 50 hours of cloud DVR storage.

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And with that, our HGTV drought is officially over and our weekends are booked. So many renovations to watch, so little time.