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The logo was amended in 2010, with this version debuting on March 1 of that year.

The square with the "G" in it was removed, the roof was increased in size and the "HGTV" letters are now set in Gotham Black (from the original mixture of Futura and Times New Roman), with the other Gotham fonts being used around the network.

The network debuted with a skeletal staff, but with gradual acceptance by other cable operators, it now reaches 94 million households in the United States and has either partner networks, or network interests, in Canada, Japan, and elsewhere. Scripps Company spun off the channel and the other Scripps cable channels and web-based properties into a separate company, Scripps Networks Interactive; E. Scripps broadcast television and newspaper properties remain as part of the original company.

It is now referred to simply as "HGTV"; the full name of the channel is de-emphasized. In December 2011, the channel began broadcasting all of its programming in 16:9 aspect ratio (or letterbox) format on its primary standard definition channel.

On 7 January 2017, HGTV has replaced fitness and weather channel TVN Meteo Active. This was the first market in Europe the channel has expanded to.

HGTV was honored with the Academy of Achievement Award for their significant impact on the home and garden décor industry at the 22nd Annual Accessories Resource Team (ARTS) gala event on January 2, 2011.

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In May 2014, HGTV decided not to air the Benham Brothers' show Flip It Forward from the network, over a controversy regarding their beliefs concerning homosexuality and their pro-life beliefs.

The Canadian version features much of the same programming as the U. channel, along with domestically-produced programs—some of which have also been picked up by the U. On 27 June 2016, HGTV launched in New Zealand as a free-to-air channel on the Freeview terrestrial platform.

On 24 August 2016, HGTV launched on the Freeview satellite platform and on Sky.

Originally, the HD channel did not simulcast the standard definition feed of HGTV.

Instead, the HD channel featured programming separate from the standard channel.

SNI CEO Ken Lowe stated of the programming strategy that "We're not going to surprise you. It's not easy to create content that people are passionate about and somewhat addicted to that is somewhat repetitive." As of 2016, HGTV has invested at least 0 million annually on original programming.