All-Premiere New Year

Watch All-Premiere New Year and chat with your fave HGTV hosts on Twitter for a chance to see your tweet on TV New Year’s Day.

HGTV’s All-Premiere New Year is back! Join the fun on New Year's Day (January 2, 2017) starting with live and commercial-free coverage of Rose Parade 2017, at 11am ET|8am PT. 

Then, get a first look at brand new HGTV series, specials, and fresh episodes of viewer favorites...all while you chat live with your favorite HGTV stars in an all-day Twitter party.

Tweet with #HGTVNewYear to join.

#HGTVNewYear

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Celebrate with the Scotts

Jonathan and Drew Scott start off New Year's Day hosting the Rose Parade.

#HGTVNewYear Fun

Some of our favorite HGTV hosts and friends joined in on the #HGTVNewYear fun with hats and noise makers.

Practice Makes Perfect

Jonathan and Drew Scott, Nancy O'Dell and Josh Temple prepare for their big day of hosting the Rose Parade.

#HGTVNewYear Fans

HGTV fans and viewers joined in on the fun of #HGTVNewYear by sharing pictures of their celebrations on Twitter and Instagram.

Cheers, Matt!

Vacation House for Free host Matt Blashaw got the party going early on New Year's Day.

Dapper Duo

Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri got dressed up to hit the town on New Year's Eve.

Drew Says Hi!

Drew Scott sends happy messages for the new year to fans.

Oh Brother

The Scott brothers have some fun with custom #HGTVNewYear accessories.

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