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"Broken House Chronicles" is home improvement like you’ve never seen it before. Framed in a thoroughly contemporary and fast-paced format, this Gemini Award winning series chronicles the adventures of first time homeowner George and roommate and co-host Leigh.
"Broken House Chronicles" is about storytelling. With the emphasis on the hilarious, the show revolves around the interaction between the two hosts. The home improvement projects are the raison d'être for the series, but it is the way these projects are presented that sets "Broken House Chronicles" apart. In each do-it-yourself job there is potential for side splitting misadventures. George and Leigh have a genius for not only finding problems, but bringing them to life in a crazy mix of warmth, sarcasm, insanity, and endless humour. The viewer may initially tune in for practical advice he or she expects from a home improvement series, but they will quickly become personally invested in the ongoing saga of George and Leigh's crazy adventures.
"Broken House Chronicles" is not a show about experts. It's not that "Broken House Chronicles" has anything against experts. It's just that George and Leigh are not experts. And it's their show. "Broken House Chronicles" makes re-tiling the bathroom seem more like a trip up the Amazon than the clockwork perfect projects of more traditional home improvement shows. The reality of do-it-yourself - including mistakes, miscalculations and the inevitable and numerous screw-ups - will be front and center. Not only will this form the basis for much of the humour and freshness of each show, but the “what went wrong” will prove to be as informative and helpful to the viewer as the “how to do it right”.
"Broken House Chronicles" has a distinct format that is fresh, ultra-contemporary, and completely engaging. Each home improvement project is combined with a kaleidoscope of fast paced and highly entertaining segues, interludes, and general craziness. Picture frequent musical segues by the “Broken House Band” (featuring such tunes as “Work Can Be Fun” and the rocker anthem “We're Not Finished Yet”), field trips where George and Leigh descend upon unsuspecting hardware stores, and a weekly monologue featuring such topics as kitchen ergonomics, choosing paint colors, and time management.
"Broken House Chronicles" is about entertainment. It simultaneously satirizes and celebrates mainstream home improvement culture, while reveling in the joys and absurdities of do-it-yourself. With genuine warmth, hilarity, and absurdity, "Broken House Chronicles" turns conventional home improvement television on its head. (Source: http://www.hgtv.ca/ontv/titledetails.aspx?titleid=52353)
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