"My Yard Goes Disney" is an HGTV series that brings the coolest parts of Disney theme parks to backyards with miniature teacup rides, African safaris and pirate-themed pools. HGTV and Disney Parks will team up to surprise lucky families with Disney-inspired fantasy backyard makeovers they never thought possible. Along with host R. Brandon Johnson, HGTV brings the magic, spirit and adventure of Disney to homes.

In the second season premiere, viewers meet homeowners Geo and Gwen Morales and their two adorable daughters. The girls love traveling to "Walt Disney World" Resort to meet the Disney princesses with their mom and play miniature golf with their dad. Gwen, who grew up adoring Disney fairytales, wants to keep the tradition of being a little princess alive for her girls and give them an idyllic childhood filled with happy family memories. Gwen and Geo welcome HGTV and Disney to transform their backyard from a blank canvas into a magical space where the girls' imaginations can run wild.

While the kids spend time with their grandmother, Brandon and the design team install a fairytale village inspired by "Fantasyland" in the "Magic Kingdom" Park and the topiaries of the "Fantasia Gardens" miniature golf course in the "Epcot" Resort Area. Custom built by craftsmen from all over the world, the backyard is complete with castles and playhouses fit for Snow White and Rapunzel, as well as personalized trains and a miniature golf course. This space certainly has something every member of the family can enjoy. When it's time to reveal the amazing results, friends and family arrive to celebrate.

Future episodes of "My Yard Goes Disney" will feature a design inspired by "Ariel's Undersea Adventure" at Disneyland Resort with a rock slide and an underground viewing window for the pool as well as a Caribbean-style dining area. Viewers can also expect to see makeovers with Disney's Animal Kingdom-themed designs that feature a pool-connected treehouse zip line and a sand pit for digging dinosaur fossils.


Network: HGTV
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: June 6, 2011
Seasons: 2
Production Company: JayTV

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