Rehab Addict, Volume 8

Rehab Addict, Volume 8

Rehab Addict

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2016-03-30
  • Advisory Rating: TV-G
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 6.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 9.99
From 1 Ratings


Nicole Curtis saves ramshackle homes from the wrecking ball and restores the properties to their original stunning glory. She wields her hammer with skill as the historic homes become the pride of the neighborhood once again.


Title Time Price
1 The Basement Reborn 20:12 USD 1.99 Watch Now
2 One Extraordinary Exterior 20:12 USD 1.99 Watch Now
3 Roof Renovation Donation 20:12 USD 1.99 Watch Now
4 Red Barn Reborn 20:11 USD 1.99 Watch Now
5 A Surprise for Tessa Part 1 20:10 USD 1.99 Watch Now
6 A Surprise for Tessa Part 2 20:12 USD 1.99 Watch Now



  • Season 7 or 8?

    By Me24nowalso
    Nicole stated on her Facebook page that the final episode for Season 7 just aired. How did iTunes charge for the last six episodes and call it Season 8? According to Nicole, Season 8 hasn’t been filmed yet. I love iTunes and Rehab Addict but I will reconsider purchasing future “Seasons”. Wow this is a true disappointment for me being a devoted supporter of Apple and iTunes.
  • Season 8?

    By terry berry 49
    Love the show but what’s the catch with labeling this as season 8? According to DIY Network’s website the episodes listed here as season 8 are part of the now airing season 7. I purchased a season 7 pass and feel royally screwed right now.
  • She’s the Best

    By Ben Hawkingsmith the Fourth
    What I love about Nicole and her renovations is that #1: she has great taste; #2: she resonates a working class vibe; #3: she's a thrifty person, which brings her down to earth; #4: she has a great personality; #5: she’s passionate about her work; #6: she makes it look fun and do-able for the average joe; #7: she pulls together creative people. I’ve been watching this show since season 1. I miss the earlier episodes. They were longer and did not jump quickly from demo to finished product. I loved seeing all of the foibles and funny things that happened during the jobs; the trips to the antique stores; the fun times she had with E. The newer episodes go by so quickly. I hate to see them end. She’s such an engaging person that you wish you could watch a 24/7 version of her life.