- Season 6 features five horrible handyman overhauling Niagara Falls
honeymoon suites -
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TORONTO, April 7 /CNW/ - Tasked with romantic renos, CANADA'S WORST HANDYMAN says "I do!" to a sixth season of the hit Discovery Channel series.
Returning Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT beginning May 2, the seven-part series written and hosted by Andrew Younghusband
features a new crew of offensive renovators - the do-it-yourselfers
with ambitions that so exceed their abilities that they've left
monumental home improvement disasters in their wake. This season, five
horrible renovators head to the honeymoon capital of the world -
Niagara Falls - to overhaul rundown honeymoon suites and try to transform them into heart-stopping romantic retreats… for better or
For five seasons of CANADA'S WORST HANDYMAN, disastrous DIYers have been put through their paces renovating
dilapidated apartments, constructing eco-friendly sheds, converting a
rundown Victorian mansion into a B & B, overhauling a cottage-country
lodge and even tackling a frat house. In Season 6, five new DIYers head
to Niagara Falls to overhaul the rundown honeymoon suites under the
expert guidance of carpentry expert Gail Prosser-Craig and general
contractor Geoff Woodmansey. Here, each handyman - along with their
nominator - attempts to remodel a room and transform the space into a
themed, romantic, honeymoon retreat. The group must also work together
to create the ultimate romantic haven, a Couple's Spa. The experts
guide and evaluate the participants and judge each episode's projects
as the handymen try to transform the rundown suites into heart-stopping
romantic retreats, learning carpentry, plumbing, tiling and even
electrical skills in the process.
This season's participants are:
Charlene, from Pickering, ON, is full of ideas, loves to design and rip her house apart - but can't
complete her projects.
Matt, from Ottawa, ON, is a new homeowner puzzled by the simplest handiwork tasks.
Ajay, from Strathmore, AB, is a businessman and landlord who feels professionals cost too much so
he attempts all home projects himself
Dan, from Cambridge, ON, is a new homeowner and new dad with handyman anger issues - driving
his wife out of their home while he works.
Rob, from Dunchurch, ON, is a professional insulation installer who hurts himself regularly.
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