Ugliest House in America: The Nasty Northeast (HGTV, Monday May 13, 2024)

Ugliest House in America

Ugliest House in America returns for its fifth season, airing on HGTV on Monday, May 13, 2024. The episode, titled “The Nasty Northeast,” features comedian and actress Retta on a quest to uncover unique properties in the Northeast, with a twist: these homes are vying for a chance to win a much-needed renovation.

In this entertaining episode, Retta visits three distinct properties that stand out for all the wrong reasons. From a house with a peculiar history as a men’s club to a home overwhelmed by Italian-inspired design, and a property with an excessive shelf situation, each home presents a challenge and a unique set of design issues.

Ugliest House in America combines humor with home design, presenting a lighthearted take on renovation shows. Each property featured in this season has been nominated by its owners, who believe their homes are among the ugliest in the country. Retta’s signature wit is well to the fore as she highlights the unique features and renovation opportunities presented by each property.

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The fifth season, which premiered on April 22, 2024, takes viewers on a journey across America, exploring regions such as the Northeast, Midwest, and Southwest. Each episode presents three unique homes, and “The Nasty Northeast” is no exception, showcasing three distinct properties and the renovation possibilities they offer.

Ugliest House in America: The Nasty Northeast airs Monday, May 13, 2024, at 9:00 PM on HGTV, offering a fun and engaging take on home design and renovations, with a $150,000 prize renovation by designer Alison Victoria up for grabs.

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