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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.
I love the premise of home renovation experts turning their attention to houses in which famous murders took place, but stars Mikel Welch and Joelle Uzyel lack the personality to make even short episodes engaging.
Murder House Flip is half of a good idea and one that really needs to get some better designers whose ideas may be more exciting to watch. Or, they need to do a better job of integrating the first and second halves of each episode.
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.