TV Schedule

Tuesday, Mar 31

7:00
AM
Episode 101

Janna Robinson visits HBO's Entourage star Kevin Connolly's house in the premiere episode of DIY Network's Hollywood Hi-Tech. In three days, lifestyle technology expert Janna Robinson and her team transform Kevin's little-used bar room into a souped-up screening palace complete with luxury raised seating, a 110-inch screen, a HD projector and custom made automatic blackout shades. Now Kevin can host his entire entourage in this new, tricked-out screening room, and with so many gizmos and gadgets - not to mention a complete re-design of the décor - even Vince would be envious.

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7:30
AM
Episode 201

Pharmacists Quinn and Lauren Czosnowski know their kitchen is down and out. The symptoms? Outdated cabinets, peeling floor tiles and a functional-at-best countertop. Unfortunately, their budget is more over-the-counter than prescription-strength. They want a kitchen like the ones they see in magazines, but have a fraction of the high-end budget. Lucky for them, the Money Hunters, licensed contractor Matt Blashaw and engineer Deanne Bell, are here to increase their DIY dosage and give them the kitchen they long for.

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8:00
AM
Episode 101

Newlyweds Jason and Aimee only use their dated basement for indoor training on their bicycles. The 70s-style wallpaper, old wood paneling and ripped up carpet are eyesores that keep them from using the extra space for entertaining. Jeremy Sham and the Flux Design team draw inspiration from the couple's passions for travel and triathlons to create a rustic lounge using recycled items and found objects that bring history to their space. With the addition of a bar, social area and even an unexpected sliding chair, Aimee and Jason will be set to party!

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

Before any work can start inside Rob (aka Vanilla Ice) has to fix the roof. But it's no easy task. He and the crew tear the dilapidated roof off the house and replace it with an epic hurricane-proof masterpiece, complete with an observation deck.

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9:00
AM
Episode 302

In Florida having a nice pool is a must. So Vanilla Ice and his crew decide to salvage as much of the existing pool as possible but also kick it up a notch. They bust up the bombed out pool at this house to turn it into a tropical oasis fit for a rock star.

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9:30
AM
Episode 303

Vanilla Ice and his crew flip the script on the great room in the house transforming it into a living and dining room, with a bar area, new fireplace, and decorative lighting. Complete with not one - but two chandeliers!

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10:00
AM
Episode 304

Rob wants to turn this house into a place where a family can play and enjoy the sunshine and Florida weather. So he and his team turn the old washed out tennis court into an epic sports court for basketball, volleyball, tennis or hockey. They also build a one of a kind swing to sail over the lake on.

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10:30
AM
Episode 305

Rob wants to take advantage of the amazing view and layout to create a unique bedroom retreat. He designs a ultra-lux master suite complete with a bamboo ceiling application, hand painted wallpaper and a cushy sunroom.

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11:00
AM
Episode 306

In order to sell a home fast the kitchen has to stand out - but unfortunately this one aint gonna cut it. So Rob and the crew completely tear out the old kitchen and put in a brand new, state of the art chef's kitchen now complete with a new theater area makes this room the true heart of the home.

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11:30
AM
Episode 307

In order to sell a house - you have to get customers to the curb. Vanilla Ice and his guys update the outside of the mansion with new cultured stone, paint, a fountain, and killer custom doors - all in hopes of putting this house on the map.

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12:00
PM
Episode 308

Vanilla Ice and his crew deck out the dated and hated master bathroom, transforming it into an epic retreat with a freestanding tub, spa-shower, onyx counter tops and a connecting privacy patio for the ultimate escape

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12:30
PM
Episode 309

People in South Florida love their cars. Rob and his crew decide to trick out the decimated garage by converting it into a Big-Boy Retreat secure enough to house even the most luxurious rides - complete with a side patio for grilling and chilling - the garage evolves into a multi-purpose hangout zone for fun.

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1:00
PM
Episode 310

Vanilla Ice decides to capitalize on his waterfront property by building a tiki hut dock and beach area in the back yard. Coconut palms and native foliage help turn the space into a tropical oasis. The only thing that might stand in their way is a pesky neighborhood alligator.

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1:30
PM
Episode 311

Rob and the guys put their landscaping skills to the test by renovating the bombed out yard. From excavating issues to neighbor complaints, Vanilla Ice and his crew have to push through the weeds to turn the yard into a lush environment to relax in.

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2:00
PM
Episode 312

Rob and his team rehab the "Jill & Jill" bedrooms and guest suite - making the mansion a stylish place to sleep. Rob's daughter, Keelee even gets in on the action, offering her tips and style ideas for the kids bedrooms.

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2:30
PM
Episode 313

Vanilla Ice and his crew tackle what's left of their mansion renovation. They race to stage and button up all of the loose ends before their scheduled luau and open house party - where they plan to show off all their hard work.

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3:00
PM
Episode 1002

A homeowner that's struggling with a backyard that's fallen into ruin accepts Matt Blashaw's offer to transform it with defined features. Taking a cue from the homeowner's eclectic style, Matt replaces a patchy lawn, rickety shade structure, and crumbling concrete pond with a system of curved floating redwood decks. Together, Matt and the homeowners build a new gate with "windows" that give the fence line a sleek, modern look. They pour a concrete garden wall that is treated to make it look like wood. A pergola with privacy screens creates a new area for seating. An old shed gets a facelift. And in the center of the yard, Matt and the homeowners place a DIY concrete and metal fire table, which highlights an inviting entertainment space.

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3:30
PM
Episode 1003

This overgrown, boring yard is transformed into an inviting space for dining and entertaining. The small patio is expanded to include a barbecue island and large dining area made with wood and metal. An additional room provides a sleek concrete conversation area complete with water spillway and fire pit. Finally, bright redwood planters are built and placed strategically to anchor the new space in the expansive backyard.

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4:00
PM
Episode 1005

This empty barren Las Vegas yard is transformed into a lush relaxing space. A paver patio is laid and a steel shade structure is added which provides a dining space complete with new barbecue. Gabions stacked with stone provide a unique retaining wall which includes a cantilevered wooden bench surrounded by lush plants. A fire feature is added along with a gabion water feature surrounded by synthetic turf to complete the modern lines of this makeover.

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4:30
PM
Episode 1006

A Las Vegas showgirl who's given up on her barren back yard accepts Matt Blashaw's offer to convert it into a relaxing outdoor retreat that's ideal for casual entertaining. Matt takes a cue from the homeowner's love of rustic furniture, and transforms a pile of shipping pallets into a gorgeous dining table, storage island, and a set of benches that enclose a new fire pit seating area. An ugly cinderblock wall is screened off with a beautiful pallet privacy wall featuring a lush waterfall and tropical plants. Another stack of pallets becomes an attractive herb garden. And using a paint-by-numbers technique, Matt and the homeowner turn four remaining pallets into a vibrant wall mural.

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5:00
PM
Episode 1007

This family wants a back yard that can host parties for their 5 kids. Matt doesn't disappoint when he transforms the boring yard into party central with the addition of a wood & metal dining pavilion with a unique storage wall, a sheer decent water feature and stucco fire pit. In addition, a privacy fence is added which includes a chalkboard and creative seating for the kids. Finally, a new grill, sod and plants are added to give this family the entertaining space of their dreams.

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5:30
PM
Episode 1008

A sloped, messy yard has first-time homeowners baffled, until Matt Blashaw offers to help them take advantage of the built-in elevation. Matt shows the outdoorsy couple how to terrace their muddy hillside, and use the slope to create a backyard river, waterfall and fishpond that can all be regulated by remote control. A do-it-yourself footbridge establishes an attractive walkway across the river. Flagstone pathways lead to new areas for outdoor seating. A series of easy-to-install stone walls creates new space for gravel patios, a sunken campfire pit, a natural stone bench, and pine forest plantings. Together, Matt and the homeowners transform a pile of reclaimed barn wood into a gorgeous chevron dining table, complete with gabion legs that they fill with river rock.

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6:00
PM
Episode 1009

This homeowner is desperate for a place to lounge and entertain her large group of friends. Matt and his crew hit the ground running by building a rustic metal seat wall with composite cap, a precast-fireplace with hearth and a redwood pergola, which includes a lush espalier screen wall, two bubbling rock water features, fresh sod, and a beautiful outdoor kitchen with kegerator. And finally, planting beds filled with colorful plants to give this single homeowner additional beauty in her yard.

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6:30
PM
Episode 1010

A couple of first-time homeowners are confused by the shape of their oblong backyard, until Matt Blashaw offers to help them add new dimension and features to the oddly shaped space. Taking a cue from their love of archery and wine, Matt designs an Old World style yard, with cobble pathways and DIY 'stone' walls they shape from moldable concrete. A giant stone fireplace with a cozy hearth highlights a welcoming seating area on a new patio shaded by giant umbrella planters. Matt and his crew show the homeowners even more ways to mold concrete into a 'stone' water fountain, and a footbridge that is shaped and stained to look like natural wood. Carpentry projects include a DIY archery wall, wine barrel bar, and a dining table with a twist: a heavy-duty tabletop featuring a stone Lazy Susan.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1213

A back yard with an ugly steep hillside gets some character when a pergola topped with laser cut metal panels is added, along with an elevated patio that houses a vintage inspired fire pit. In addition, the desolate hill is transformed into a lush area with large trees, grasses and colorful annuals. A water fall cascades down the hillside from a couple antique oil jugs and a dining area and new smoker with custom surround are added.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1212

A shabby backyard is transformed into a woodsy retreat with a natural waterfall and pond, a country outdoor kitchen, and a natural flagstone patio with a fire pit. Distressed redwood shutters and window boxes are customized and new sod isinstalled with lavish plantings of redwood trees around the perimeter of the yard.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1211

This fireman's large yard is desolate. He begs Matt for a space he can cook and entertain in and Matt delivers! He runs with a design that is rustic and reclaimed with a big boulder fire pit, a tall water wall with arcing water and a huge outdoor kitchen faced in reclaimed wood and covered with a redwood arbor. He refurbishes the existing covered patio with a new stain on the concrete and adds a lounging area and tv! Finally, he builds custom benches near the bag toss game area, and add sod and lots of mature landscaping.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1209

This Sierra foothills yard is plain and boring and doesn't reflect the beautiful environment around it. So Matt transforms it to reflect its surroundings by building a redwood deck and pergola with cooking space and a dining area. He adds a custom fire pit and water feature along with veggie boxes and redwood trees set along a rustic metal and slat fence. A unique tin wall provides a colorful pop and a meandering path encircles the entire space.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1208

This Houston couples' back yard is a barren wasteland, the only ones who venture out there are their two dogs. With the mild climate, this couple yearns for a space to entertain and dine outside, but want it to reflect their funky personalities. Matt takes the challenge and delivers an elegant space with eclectic overtones. He adds a 500 square foot paver patio with cedar pergola and a multicolor wood burning fire place. He drops glass pendants from cedar posts over a huge cedar table topped with zinc and adds artificial turf and bamboo around the perimeter for privacy.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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10:00
PM
Episode 201

Wyatt & Shelly have renovated the entire inside of their early 1900's home, but they've been at a loss as to how to fix the multi-tiered safety hazard of a back yard. Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes up with a plan to unify the disjointed yard by creating distinctive areas for playing & entertaining. The new space features a larger deck, a fire pit, and a bocce ball court.

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10:30
PM
Episode 202

Michael & Asia have tried to modify their back yard to fit their needs, but the end result has failed to live up to their dreams. They bring in Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick to help them tackle the overgrown, underutilized space. Plans include adding a new seat wall, sprucing up their old hot tub with tile and a surrounding deck, building a customized gardening station, and tying the whole space together with bold colors and design.

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11:00
PM
Episode 212

Gary and Luiza are first time homeowners with big dreams for their fixer upper home. They've already knocked out a number of remodels in the past year, but their imagination runs dry when it comes to the barren, dusty backyard. Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes up with a low-maintenance plan for their yard that includes a concrete paver system as groundcover, and a water feature made from corrugated metal & basalt tile. A large pergola will shade a dining area and expansive outdoor kitchen.

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11:30
PM
Episode 213

Deb & David grew up in the area where they recently purchased their family home. Their yard is currently a holding area for kid's toys, and has zero shade. They have a tight budget of $18,000, but Landscape designer Sara Bendrick works with their existing features to stretch the budget. The existing concrete pad will be cut back, and a dining area with a shaded pergola added on top of it. A custom-built deck will wrap around an existing tree and include a day bed, and their children will have plenty of play space on the lush new lawn and in a customized sandbox.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1208

This Houston couples' back yard is a barren wasteland, the only ones who venture out there are their two dogs. With the mild climate, this couple yearns for a space to entertain and dine outside, but want it to reflect their funky personalities. Matt takes the challenge and delivers an elegant space with eclectic overtones. He adds a 500 square foot paver patio with cedar pergola and a multicolor wood burning fire place. He drops glass pendants from cedar posts over a huge cedar table topped with zinc and adds artificial turf and bamboo around the perimeter for privacy.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1207

A large overgrown tree in the middle of these homeowners' backyard makes this space unusable. Matt and his team Crash into the yard like a Texas stampede to clear out the space and start anew. First up, an extra-large cedar pergola skirted by a curvy deck brings back major style and function to this neglected yard. The homeowners' love of outdoor cooking inspires Matt to roll in a massive Texas style smoker framed by arbors defining a more upscale entrance to the space. Additional entertaining space comes in the form of a new decomposed flagstone patio and bench seating made from pavers with a fire pit as a focal point. The landscaping intervention finishes off with lush native Texas grasses, annual plants for color and an edible container garden outlining the yard.

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1:00
AM
Episode 201

Wyatt & Shelly have renovated the entire inside of their early 1900's home, but they've been at a loss as to how to fix the multi-tiered safety hazard of a back yard. Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes up with a plan to unify the disjointed yard by creating distinctive areas for playing & entertaining. The new space features a larger deck, a fire pit, and a bocce ball court.

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1:30
AM
Episode 202

Michael & Asia have tried to modify their back yard to fit their needs, but the end result has failed to live up to their dreams. They bring in Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick to help them tackle the overgrown, underutilized space. Plans include adding a new seat wall, sprucing up their old hot tub with tile and a surrounding deck, building a customized gardening station, and tying the whole space together with bold colors and design.

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2:00
AM
Episode 212

Gary and Luiza are first time homeowners with big dreams for their fixer upper home. They've already knocked out a number of remodels in the past year, but their imagination runs dry when it comes to the barren, dusty backyard. Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes up with a low-maintenance plan for their yard that includes a concrete paver system as groundcover, and a water feature made from corrugated metal & basalt tile. A large pergola will shade a dining area and expansive outdoor kitchen.

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2:30
AM
Episode 213

Deb & David grew up in the area where they recently purchased their family home. Their yard is currently a holding area for kid's toys, and has zero shade. They have a tight budget of $18,000, but Landscape designer Sara Bendrick works with their existing features to stretch the budget. The existing concrete pad will be cut back, and a dining area with a shaded pergola added on top of it. A custom-built deck will wrap around an existing tree and include a day bed, and their children will have plenty of play space on the lush new lawn and in a customized sandbox.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1211

This fireman's large yard is desolate. He begs Matt for a space he can cook and entertain in and Matt delivers! He runs with a design that is rustic and reclaimed with a big boulder fire pit, a tall water wall with arcing water and a huge outdoor kitchen faced in reclaimed wood and covered with a redwood arbor. He refurbishes the existing covered patio with a new stain on the concrete and adds a lounging area and tv! Finally, he builds custom benches near the bag toss game area, and add sod and lots of mature landscaping.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1209

This Sierra foothills yard is plain and boring and doesn't reflect the beautiful environment around it. So Matt transforms it to reflect its surroundings by building a redwood deck and pergola with cooking space and a dining area. He adds a custom fire pit and water feature along with veggie boxes and redwood trees set along a rustic metal and slat fence. A unique tin wall provides a colorful pop and a meandering path encircles the entire space.

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4:30
AM
Episode 102

Three modern families travel back in time and hit the wagon trail headed for the Montana wilderness. They're off to a rocky, dangerous start.

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