Critic Consensus: Murder House Flip's renovations are decent, but lackluster hosts and an underwhelming commitment to its macabre premise make it a weak addition to the genre.
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Fans of that HGTV will enjoy this as it's more of the same, albeit with a grim undertone, and the results are as expected with happy couples enjoying new living spaces.
Everyone here is aware of how goddamn bizarre this all is, and that goes a long way.
An ingenious combination of two addictive genres - true crime and home renovation - Murder House Flip is one of those ideas that seems so obviously interesting, it's surprising it took someone this long to invent it.
Murder House Flip immediately makes Flipped irrelevant by being both funnier and a better send-up of the home-improvement show format, chiefly by sticking to its premise and taking it to its furthest conclusion.
A weak addition to the home-renovation genre, here with an expert team (Mikel Welch and Joelle Uzyel) working to fix up houses that, yes, were once the scene of horrific murders. So basically your average true-crime show meets HGTV.
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