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Looking to Catch Up On Cleaning? Here Are Some Inspirational Shows

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By Francesca O'Hern

If one of your goals during quarantine has been to clean the house, but you haven't quite gotten around to it yet, know that you're far from the only one. Maybe what you're lacking is inspiration, or maybe you just don't know what sort of organizational method is best for you. Either way, there are plenty of TV shows that feature different organizational gurus, which are available to watch on different platforms. These shows will (theoretically) make cleaning up your space a much easier project.

'Tidying up with Marie Kondo'


This Netflix series is probably the most popular cleaning show in recent memory. The KonMari method swept popular culture, spurring people to fold their clothes in a particular way and dispose of anything that did not "spark joy". With her show Tidying up with Marie Kondo, Kondo brings her method of organization to a different household in each episode and always ends up showing them that The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up is not just a book title-- it truly does improve these families' lives.

'Bea Organized'

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Bea Organized, a production from Refinery 29, a women's lifestyle website and brand, is available to watch on Amazon Prime. This bite-sized show (the episodes usually run about 5 minutes long) is perfect for anyone who is on a budget or working with a small space. In each episode, Beatrice Copeland works with a different New Yorker's space, tackling a particular problem area in their homes. She gives budget-friendly, actionable, and stylish tips on how to transform your space yourself.

'Clean House'

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Clean House had it all: Relatable families, therapeutic cleaning, and a hilarious hostess. Niecy Nash, whom you may remember from Comedy Central's Reno 911!, hosted this de-cluttering show which ran for 10 years. In each episode, a family would sort through their many belongings, and put the things they didn't need into a yard sale. After the sale, all the funds they made would be matched by the network and used to redecorate the house. Finally, Nash would take the families through their newly-redesigned homes. Clean House is available on

'Master the Mess'

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Master the Mess comes to us courtesy of none other than Reese Witherspoon and her production company, Hello Sunshine. Nashville-based professional organizers Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin run a company called The Home Edit. Shearer and Joanna travel across the United States to organize celebrities' houses, while dealing with their personal lives and the day-to-day of running their business. Complete with celebrity cameos and big personalities, Master the Mess is perfect for when you want to clean, but you also want just a pinch of drama. Master the Mess is available to watch on YouTube and DirecTV.

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