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What a huge mistake letting Jason go. I will be cancelling by subscription and will not be watching. Jason bought a lot humour and delight to BHAG. Wish Jason all the best in no matter you do and hope to see you on tv again quickly.

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Extremely disenchanted in regards to the determination to maneuver on with Charlie!!! Just guttered to be honest and assume I will now transfer over to the Living Room. I have watched BHG for sooo very a few years and also purchased the magazines too……. Our household received’t be watching your show any more. Jason was a bright and bubbly down to earth with great ideas.

Just watched the Xmas special & shocked to be taught Jason’s to leave. neighbour” that I’ve seemed forward to in having over every friday evening. The good outdated Aussie larrikin who would beam about his backyard & more than happy to provide you ideas & fun while you’re at it.

I’ve been watching this present for the entire of the 15years he’s been on there. Shame on you Better homes and gardens. I watched for the presenters and l still felt loyal to the present.l assume Jason being axed is the ultimate straw.Look out Graham,Jo,Karen and Ed. I am so disgusted you’ve dropped Jason Hodges from BHG . I liked his segments and learnt a lot from him.

Why would you eliminate one of the most popular characters of the show? It seems typical of the way in which the TV stations are going today. Bringing in new blood after which they marvel why the rankings for the show have slumped! Gardening is a very hard segment to maintain viewers entertained, however Jason actually stored us entertained and we needed to look at more of him. He is right down to earth, a real Aussie exhibiting his viewers helpful ideas and the way to get pleasure from gardening.

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In October 2007, Meredith entered a 50-year licensing settlement with Realogy Corporation to license the Better Homes and Gardens identify to Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. The firm is based in Parsippany, New Jersey, and has workplaces throughout the nation. Now in its fifteenth version (revealed in August 2010), the Red Plaid was initially printed in 1930. Meredith additionally publishes the New Junior Cookbook for youngsters learning to cook dinner. Better Homes and Gardens is likely one of the “Seven Sisters”, a gaggle of women’s service magazines.