Joey Lawrence to Host DIY NETWORK's THAT’S SO 80s

Joey Lawrence to Host DIY NETWORK's THAT’S SO 80s

THAT'S SO 80s is a clip-driven ride through the good, bad and ugly design trends of the decade of decadence. Pop Culture experts have plenty to say about design faux pas like pastel colors, carpeted bathrooms, waterbeds, glass blocks and sponge painting. TV personality Joey Lawrence hosts this new series. 

DIY NETWORK THAT’S SO 80s SEASON 1 EPISODE GUIDE

That’s So 80s 101: That’s So 80s

Series Premiere: Saturday, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET/PT

With Joey Lawrence at the helm, design pros and pop culture experts open up the DIY Network and HGTV archives to tackle the worst trends from the 1980s as we answer the question: “What were we thinking?” From the mystique of the waterbed and the luxury of a carpeted bathroom, to the unsightliness of glass bricks, That’s So 80s is covering every room in the house. Additional topics include Tech & Gloss, Sponge Painting, Pastels, Chia Pets, and Ferns.

That’s So 80s 102: That’s So 80s

Premiere: Saturday, Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET/PT

With Joey Lawrence at the helm, design pros and pop culture experts open up the DIY Network and HGTV archives to tackle the worst trends from the 1980s as we answer the question: “What were we thinking?” Styles come and go, but video footage is forever. On this episode of That’s So 80s, our commentators revisit this totally radical decade to examine the allure of popcorn ceilings, our hankering for lawn ornaments, and the resurgence of art deco. Additional topics include Neon Lights, the Computer Room, The Clapper, and Plastic Flowers.

That’s So 80s 103: That’s So 80s

Premiere: Saturday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET/PT

With Joey Lawrence at the helm, design pros and pop culture experts open up the DIY Network and HGTV archives to tackle the worst trends from the 1980s as we answer the question: “What were we thinking?” Revisiting this decade of excess, That’s So 80s is scoping outdated design trends with video footage to prove it existed. In this episode, we’re talking chintz, the Santa Fe & Adobe aesthetic, parquet floors, knotty pine, and oversized couches. Additional topics include Etched Glass, Refrigerators, Watches, Food as Decoration, and the Fake Balcony.

That’s So 80s 104: That’s So 80s

Premiere: Saturday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET/PT

With Joey Lawrence at the helm, design pros and pop culture experts open up the DIY Network and HGTV archives to tackle the worst trends from the 1980s as we answer the question: “What were we thinking?” Just in case you don’t recall geometric shapes randomly plastered around the house, bulky yard satellite dishes or oversized curtains, That’s So 80s is here to remind you! Additional topics include Mirrors, Phones, Microwaves, Aerobics, Barn Sheds, and Novelty Toys. The series premieres Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET/PT

That’s So 80s 105: That’s So 80s

Premiere: Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET/PT

With Joey Lawrence at the helm, design pros and pop culture experts open up the DIY Network and HGTV archives to tackle the worst trends from the 1980s as we answer the question: “What were we thinking?” On this episode of That’s So 80s, our commentators immerse themselves in the world of Memphis Milano, wall-to-wall wallpaper, aluminum awnings and more. Additional topics include Oversized Electronics, Central Fans, Accordion Doors, Barometer & Thermometer Wall Units, Garage Living, and Ceramic Swans.

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