The most embarrassing front yard in the country wins the ultimate makeover in DIY's annual special, America's Most Desperate Landscape. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and his crew search coast to coast for the biggest eyesore in the neighborhood and in just two days, transform it into the best looking yard on the block.

America's Most Desperate Landscape - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-05-29

America's Most Desperate Landscape - Desperate Housewives (season 3) - Netflix

The third season of the American dramedy-mystery television series Desperate Housewives commenced airing on ABC in the United States on September 24, 2006 and concluded on May 20, 2007. The season continues the story of the Wisteria Lane residents, describing their lives in the suburban neighborhood, while dealing with the arrival of the mysterious Orson Hodge. Broadcast in the Sunday night timeslot at 9:00 ET, the season aired twenty-three regular episodes. In addition, two clip shows were produced for the season, in order to put the previous events of the show in perspective. “The Juciest Bites” aired before the seventeenth episode, detailing the events of the first three seasons, in order to introduce the new story arcs in the end of the season. “Secrets and Lies” was narrated by Brenda Strong and was the last clip show to be produced for the series, airing before the inception of the fourth season. The season received positive reviews, most critics noting an improvement in the writing after the unsuccessful second season. The production team and the cast members received positive critical response, resulting in numerous awards and nominations. This season also aired the first “disaster episode” of the series, “Bang”, which saw the main characters dealing with a shooting in a local supermarket. Despite numerous complaints about scheduling in the previous seasons, Desperate Housewives was one of the few ABC series to keep its original time slot. The highest rated episode of the season was the season premiere, watched by 24.09 million viewers with an 8.5 rating, ranking second in the week. Buena Vista Home Entertainment released officially released the season on DVD in the United States and Canada on September 4, 2007.

America's Most Desperate Landscape - Ratings - Netflix

In spite of numerous fan complaints regarding the previous season, the American Broadcasting Company decided to keep Desperate Housewives in its original Sunday night timeslot. However, after two years of airing as a lead-in to fellow ABC series Grey's Anatomy, the series would be followed by Brothers & Sisters, then in its first season, but would remain the lead-out to Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The show maintained its position as a top ten series and became the tenth most-watched program for the 2006-07 American television season, with an average of 17.5 million viewers per episode. Ratings for the series fell considerably during the season, with a 22 percent loss of viewership toward the end of the season. The highest-rated episode of the season was the season premiere, with 24.09 million viewers tuning in and 8.5 rating, ranking second in the week after the third season premiere of Grey's Anatomy, which was watched by 25.41 million viewers and received a 9.0 rating. The episode showed a decrease in ratings compared to the previous season premiere, which received a 10.1 rating and was watched by 28.36 million viewers, almost five more million viewers than “Listen to the Rain on the Roof”. Although the episode attracted less viewers than Grey's Anatomy's “Time Has Come Today”, the episode outperformed CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, which would eventually become one of the most-watched series of the 2006–2007 season. The lowest-rated episode was the nineteenth, watched by 15.91 million viewers, receiving a 5.6 rating. It was the second most watched episode of an ABC series in the certain week, only after Grey's Anatomy's “Time After Time”, which was watched by 21.12 million viewers, and ranked fourth in the week with a 7.5 rating. The season finale was watched by 18.82 million viewers and ranked seventh in the week, scoring a 6.6 rating. There was a significant decrease in the number of viewers, compared to the previous season finale, which attracted almost seven more million viewers, receiving an 8.6 rating.

America's Most Desperate Landscape - References - Netflix