My Big Family Outtakes 01:04

Laugh along with the Hatmakers in bloopers from My Big Family Renovation.

About the show

Austin author and mom blogger Jen Hatmaker and her husband Brandon have five growing kids and a house that seems to shrink by the day. So they're selling their current home and moving into a total fixer-upper. Can this family of seven survive daily life under construction?
Season 1, Episode 1

The Big Move

The Hatmakers are on a hunt for a fixer upper house in Buda, Texas, that will fit their growing family of seven. They tour two houses, but decide to purchase a 1908 farmhouse that they can reconfigure to fit six bedrooms. They pack up their old house and make the move across town to the historic neighborhood within Buda to begin their new renovation adventure.

Thursday
Oct 8
3am | 2c
Season 1, Episode 2

First Floor Fixes

This family of seven is getting settled in their new farmhouse, but only the two girls are sleeping inside! Jen and Brandon are in the garage apartment, and the boys are camped out in an RV in the backyard while the renovation kicks off. Jen and Brandon work alongside a crew to demo the entire first floor of the farmhouse to create the open floor plan they've always wanted. They add new structural beams to support the second level and build a stunning new dining room from scratch.

Thursday
Oct 8
3:30am | 2:30c
Season 1, Episode 4

Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen

The Hatmakers are fed up with their makeshift outdoor kitchen and are ready to build a new one from the ground up, inside the house! To match the open flow of the lower level, they're building this kitchen to open onto the rest of the house, while embracing funky product combinations like raw steel countertops, weathered cabinets, and a copper backsplash accent wall. The mix of products, as well as their love for vibrant color, will give this kitchen the industrial farmhouse feel they love.

Wednesday
Oct 14
8:30pm | 7:30c
Season 1, Episode 1

The Big Move

The Hatmakers are on a hunt for a fixer upper house in Buda, Texas, that will fit their growing family of seven. They tour two houses, but decide to purchase a 1908 farmhouse that they can reconfigure to fit six bedrooms. They pack up their old house and make the move across town to the historic neighborhood within Buda to begin their new renovation adventure.

Thursday
Oct 15
12am | 11c
Season 1, Episode 6

Heart of the Home

Jen and Brandon move their front door to create a spacious entry foyer, complete with fun storage lockers for all the stuff that comes with five kids. They build a warm and inviting living room off the open kitchen that includes a fireplace with a repurposed 1900s mantel. They also build custom shelving to house their family treasures, and convert the old red attic fan they pulled during demo into a center art piece for the room.

Wednesday
Oct 21
8:30pm | 7:30c
Season 1, Episode 4

Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen

The Hatmakers are fed up with their makeshift outdoor kitchen and are ready to build a new one from the ground up, inside the house! To match the open flow of the lower level, they're building this kitchen to open onto the rest of the house, while embracing funky product combinations like raw steel countertops, weathered cabinets, and a copper backsplash accent wall. The mix of products, as well as their love for vibrant color, will give this kitchen the industrial farmhouse feel they love.

Wednesday
Oct 21
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 1, Episode 3

Attic Transformation

Jen and Brandon tackle the upstairs attic, converting a small room and unused storage space into three unique bedrooms for their middle kids Ben, Caleb, and Sydney. They also add a shared family rec room and reading nook adorned in reclaimed wood salvaged from the lower level demo. In the process, they discover they have a rat infestation and must overcome this, and several other obstacles, to get the space in working shape.

Thursday
Oct 22
12am | 11c
Season 1, Episode 6

Heart of the Home

Jen and Brandon move their front door to create a spacious entry foyer, complete with fun storage lockers for all the stuff that comes with five kids. They build a warm and inviting living room off the open kitchen that includes a fireplace with a repurposed 1900s mantel. They also build custom shelving to house their family treasures, and convert the old red attic fan they pulled during demo into a center art piece for the room.

Thursday
Oct 22
3:30am | 2:30c
Season 1, Episode 1

The Big Move

The Hatmakers are on a hunt for a fixer upper house in Buda, Texas, that will fit their growing family of seven. They tour two houses, but decide to purchase a 1908 farmhouse that they can reconfigure to fit six bedrooms. They pack up their old house and make the move across town to the historic neighborhood within Buda to begin their new renovation adventure.

Wednesday
Oct 28
9pm | 8c
Season 1, Episode 2

First Floor Fixes

This family of seven is getting settled in their new farmhouse, but only the two girls are sleeping inside! Jen and Brandon are in the garage apartment, and the boys are camped out in an RV in the backyard while the renovation kicks off. Jen and Brandon work alongside a crew to demo the entire first floor of the farmhouse to create the open floor plan they've always wanted. They add new structural beams to support the second level and build a stunning new dining room from scratch.

Tuesday
Nov 29
4:30am | 3:30c
Season 1, Episode 3

Attic Transformation

Jen and Brandon tackle the upstairs attic, converting a small room and unused storage space into three unique bedrooms for their middle kids Ben, Caleb, and Sydney. They also add a shared family rec room and reading nook adorned in reclaimed wood salvaged from the lower level demo. In the process, they discover they have a rat infestation and must overcome this, and several other obstacles, to get the space in working shape.

Wednesday
Nov 30
4:30am | 3:30c
Season 1, Episode 4

Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen

The Hatmakers are fed up with their makeshift outdoor kitchen and are ready to build a new one from the ground up, inside the house! To match the open flow of the lower level, they're building this kitchen to open onto the rest of the house, while embracing funky product combinations like raw steel countertops, weathered cabinets, and a copper backsplash accent wall. The mix of products, as well as their love for vibrant color, will give this kitchen the industrial farmhouse feel they love.

Thursday
Dec 1
4:30am | 3:30c
Season , Episode

Monday
Dec 5
4:30am | 3:30c

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