This reality series is exactly what its title implies. In each episode, homes in which murders or other crimes were committed gets renovated both spiritually (think “This house is clean” à la Poltergeist) and physically.
Caitlin and J.R. buy the house where Jodi Arias murdered her boyfriend; since the house attracts unwanted attention from tourists, Caitlin and J.R. turn to Mikel and Sarah to redesign the house and create some distance from its dark past.
Quincy and Amanda learn their new home was the site where actor Michael Jace ("The Shield") shot his wife dead in front of their two children; they recruit Mikel and Sarah to remove the bad energy from the house.
Karina and her kids move into a house where Joseph DeAngelo, the Golden State Killer, committed one of his crimes; Karina doesn't realize the home's history until a news crew shows up on her doorstep; Mikel and Sarah redo the bedroom and the patio.
In 1959, actor Carl Switzer ("The Little Rascals") is shot and killed in a Mission Hills, Calif., home; new homeowners Kennedy and Diana learn their house's jaw-dropping history three months after moving in.
Laura Purviance kills her mother at their Woodland Hills, Calif., home; later, costume designer Effat buys the house, and Mikel and Sarah come to her rescue to remove the dark energy; a former tenant shares a revelation that may derail the remodel.
While closing on their house, Alex and Britt learn it was the site of multiple murders; Mikel and Sarah come to the rescue, working to help heal this home and neighborhood.