HGTV fans, listen up!
Ready to bring that backcountry cabin or Caribbean cabana fantasy to life? This website is for you.
If you’re anything like us, you’re already unwinding with an episode — okay, three — of House Hunters or Beachfront Bargain Hunt after a long day. But wait, it get’s better! You can now scroll your way into fixer uppin’ bliss with this HGTV and the DIY Network casting site any time of day.
There, you’ll find troves of incredible listings to apply to star on upcoming shows ranging from Listed Sisters in Nashville to Flipping Virgins in Atlanta.
Currently, we’re absolutely swooning over snagging a spot on Tiny Paradise: “Does the tiny house you’re building have a picture postcard worthy address? HGTV’s Tiny Paradise is looking for people who are building a tiny waterfront home, miniature mountain oasis, or diminutive desert getaway.” Guess we better start building!
Another frontrunner for us is the elusively named “School Bus Conversion Show,” which actually sounds pretty spectacular. On this series, you’ll be able to transform your blah bus into a brilliant design project that’s ready to hit the road: “Have you acquired a bus (school, charter, shortie, or otherwise) and are looking to convert it into your next home on wheels?... Look no further. Charlie “The Bus Man” Kern can home-skool anyone on the topic of cool conversions like no other.”
Other standouts that we wouldn’t mind being cast for include Love Yurts, purchasing an abandoned castle (yes, really) for an unnamed fairy tale home series, and Building Off The Grid for those who truly want to disconnect from it all.
Bummed that there’s no casting call for Charleston renovation projects? Can’t see yourself moving to a Hawaiian yurt quite yet? Fear not, as you peruse, keep in mind the disclaimer at the top of the page:
Want to be on HGTV? Your favorite show might be looking for potential guests. If it’s not listed, it is not currently in production or casting. This list is updated frequently, so check back often.
Phew! We guess that officially gives us permission to go ahead and save the page to our favorites toolbar. Even if HGTV isn’t cruising through Winston-Salem or Tulsa quite yet, there’s our excuse to make this wildly addictive site part of our daily routine and daydream about those beachside yurts in Honolulu for a few.
This story originally appeared on Southern Living.