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Yard Crashers

Yard Crashers is American DIY TV series. Produced by Big Table Media. Stars: Roger Craig Smith, Ahmed Hassan, Matt Blashaw. Also known as Reformajardines in Spain. It premiered on Apr 07, 2008, on DIY Network. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.5 *.


How Many Season Does Yard Crashers Have: 10 (132 episodes)

Season 18

DIY Network

Season 17

Season premieres on April 1, 2017

Returns: June 10, 2017

Finale: June 24, 2017

DIY Network, 15 episodes

Season 16

Season premieres on July 11, 2016

DIY Network, 13 episodes

Season 15

2016, DIY Network, 13 episodes

Season 14

2015, DIY Network, 13 episodes

Season 13

2015, DIY Network, 19 episodes

Season 10

2013, DIY Network, 14 episodes

Season 8

2012, DIY Network, 14 episodes

Season 7

2012, DIY Network, 13 episodes

Season 2

2009, DIY Network, 13 episodes

Season 1

2008, DIY Network, 13 episodes

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Yard Crashers TV Show Schedule

Yard Crashers is on DIY Network (United States) Saturdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 17 Episode 15 (Tiki Bar Backyard) - Air Date: Jun 24, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Host of DIY Network's 'Yard Crashers' found true love in Kansas City - Kansas City Star - according to Kansascity

After dates on two consecutive nights, the couple realized they didn’t want to part when it was time for Blashaw to return home to Los Angeles. So they planned a trip together to New York City, where Blashaw was appearing on the “Today” show. The trip went so well that they also spent Thanksgiving and Christmas together.

Ahmed Hassan from DIY Network's 'Yard Crashers' coming to Great Big Home & Garden Show - Plain Dealer - per Cleveland

The Idea Home, sponsored by Perrino Builders & Interiors, shows off trends for building, remodeling and decorating. The ranch house melds traditional and contemporary styles and has beamed 12-foot ceilings, a master spa bath and a “Jack and Jill” bathroom.

Ahmed Hassan of "Yard Crashers" will be at Orlando garden show - Orlando Sentinel - by Articles

"We live in such a fast-paced society with technology, and everybody's extremely advanced, and yet a guy doesn't even know how to fix his door on his closet at home," said Hassan, 40. "People don't know how to grow tomato plants. Tomato plants are a weed! You could spill fresh salsa on the ground and a tomato plant would probably grow."


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