In a new 10-episode season of HGTV’s Everything But the House, which attracted 13.2 million viewers to its freshman run, Lara Spencer, and a team of expert appraisers will scour clients’ homes for buried treasures that might be worth big money. The Good Morning America host and star of the Emmy(R)-award winning competition series, Flea Market Flip, will work with the appraisal team, including Jacquie Denny, co-founder of the estate sale and auction website Everything But The House. During each episode, the team will hunt each home for potentially valuable items, anything from vintage clothing and sports memorabilia to antique furniture and kitschy keepsakes, to list in live and online auctions. However, there is one catch-to attract eager buyers- the team will begin the bidding at just one dollar.

In the season premiere, Lara will work with Debbie, an avid collector, to help her part with household items spanning many generations, including a collection of copper pans, Swiss music boxes and a vintage Polaroid camera.

Everything but the House

HGTV // Season 3
Two sisters seek help settling their aunt's estate and are assisted by auction experts to identify value for each item.

Everything But the House is produced by High Noon Entertainment.

DIGITAL/SOCIAL: For more photos and behind-the-scenes content from Everything But the House, viewers can visit HGTV.com/EverythingButTheHouse and interact on social media by following @HGTV and using #EverythingButTheHouse on Facebook, Twitter, TikTok and Instagram. Fans also can follow Lara on Instagram at @lara.spencer.

📆 Fall 2022 TV Schedule + Streaming Shows Release Dates Calendar
When does your favorite show come back on? Check it out on our fall 2022 release dates guide.
November 2022 Release Dates are here!