The Reese Witherspoon-produced celebrity home makeover show starring organizational gurus Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin and their Nashville-based brand The Home Edit offers a satisfying viewing experience, says Jenny Singer. "Their philosophy: form plus function," she says. "Their style: rainbow, always. Their personalities: like Lorelai Gilmore if she was best friends with another, equally hardworking Lorelai Gilmore. If you are an organization freak, the kind of person whose internal monologue only stops screaming when you see a bullet journal, you will love the show. I’m not that person—but I still enjoyed The Home Edit. For me, it’s a series about two sweet, funny women cleaning out someone’s garage. With their team of other uniformed young women, the Edit bosses reorganize two spaces per episode—one that belongs to a celebrity, another that belongs to a regular family. Where their Netflix predecessor Marie Kondo laid out a spiritual path to help people go from sty to sanctuary, Shearer and Teplin follow a four-step process: edit, categorize, contain, maintain." ALSO: Get Organized is more like an Instagram photo turned into a Netflix reality show.