TV Schedule

Tuesday, Jun 2

7:00
AM
Episode 1010

Michael Guidetti just welcomed his first child, a beautiful baby girl. With the help of DIY Network's Man Caves, he's getting his basement renovated into a man approved hangout that can be converted into a living-room. Licensed contractor Jason Cameron and co-host Tony "The Goose" Siragusa are giving the space a 1920's speakeasy look, with hidden TVs, speakers that double as lights and secret features throughout the space. Man Caves makes sure even the entrance to the room is hidden. Plus Goose comes up with a way to disguise the bar so Michael has a true speakeasy space: living-room by day and Man Cave by night.

More About This Episode
7:30
AM
Episode 106

Shiva and her husband Nima's backyard is a total bust. There is no privacy from the neighbors and the whole space is plain and bare. Steve Rhule and his son Nick give this family the comfortable and private outdoor space they crave by creating a recirculating water sculpture framed by three massive rocks, custom seating formed from wood, stone, and metal, and a firepit the whole family can enjoy. Large planters filled with white and purple flowers fill out the space and add color throughout.

More About This Episode
8:00
AM
Episode 110

K.C. and Tanya love baseball. Their first date was at a baseball game, and their basement is cluttered with memorabilia. They turn to Flux Design to transform their basement into a space that celebrates America's favorite pastime. Jeremy and his team redesign their room into a space that provides the ultimate game day experience. Stadium-style brick is installed around the lower walls of the room. Then the crew replaces the unused closets with hand-crafted lockers to give the room the feel of a vintage clubhouse. They create baseball inspired furniture including a steel "curve ball" accent table and an aged baseball bistro table. Finally, as the centerpiece of the room, the Flux guys build a scoreboard multimedia center to showcase the homeowner's new television.

More About This Episode
8:30
AM
Episode 101F

In Cape Cod, Chris and his team battle the rain as they build the Oliveiras a backyard entertainment space that's fun for the whole family. Chris' design calls for a custom playground with a tunnel, an outdoor fireplace with a matching brick patio, and a giant two level deck with a built in planter box. To celebrate, the Oliveiras host a surprise birthday party.

More About This Episode
9:00
AM
Episode 102F

El and Sharon Sanders have a cluttered backyard that is overgrown with weeds and full of unsightly storage bins. Chris has to demo a deteriorating carport, concrete and fencing before he can build a modern low-profile deck with built-in storage, a relaxation space with a fountain and low maintenance plantings.

More About This Episode
9:30
AM
Episode 103F

Matt and Zena Welker love to host parties and play yard games, but their backyard has been taken over by their two dogs. Chris builds them a yard that's fit to entertain both people and pets with a design that includes a shady new deck with a custom tiki bar, a hot tub, and a personal dog park for Monkey and Rufus. Friends, neighbors and their dogs all arrive to christen the new space for the reveals.

More About This Episode
10:00
AM
Episode 104F

Carmen and Eddie Machado love to go camping and spend time outside with their three boys. Carmen wants an English garden and they all want to grow their own vegetables. Chris takes on a blank canvas when he builds them an edible English Garden that also includes a fire pit, a play structure and lots of grass for impromptu backyard camping sleepovers. And best of all, a composter with lots of worms!

More About This Episode
10:30
AM
Episode 105F

The Esparza's love French Country design but right now their yard is little more than a concrete slab, a dilapidated patio cover and a few patches of grass. Chris builds a casual yet classy new backyard by introducing formal sod circles, a magestic water feature, a relaxing hammock, a custom painted patio and more. The family celebrates with a long-awaited house warming party.

More About This Episode
11:00
AM
Episode 106F

Chris faces one of his toughest challenges yet as he transforms an unsightly, neglected backyard into a Mid-Century Modern retreat with Mondrian influences. Homeowners Ryan and Timm have been so embarrassed by their yard that they haven't invited anyone over in the six months they have lived in their house. They ask Chris to remove a broken hot tub and transform the space. Chris and his crew encounter numerous challenges as they get the yard into shape, including buried bricks and roots, which threaten the budget. The finished backyard includes raised planting beds, a mini-orchard, a firepit, outdoor Mondrian-inspired kitchen, and a custom table for 14.

More About This Episode
11:30
AM
Episode 107F

Chris and his landscaping team tackle a shabby backyard that's currently useable by just one rowdy dog. When homeowners Derek and Nicole discover they are pregnant with their second child, they both realize they'll need more livable space once the baby comes. Hearing about their love of camping and the outdoors, Chris designs this growing family a unique, rustic backyard, complete with all the comforts of home to ensure the outdoors is just as useable as the indoors.

More About This Episode
12:00
PM
Episode 108F

Chris and his team are asked to turn a backyard filled with children's toys into a sophisticated outdoor space with a focal point that will draw visitors into the yard. Hillary, James and their 9-year-old daughter, Kate are desperate for a backyard upgrade. Kate has outgrown her playset and playhouse and wants a more grownup space where she can spend time with her mom. Her parents love to entertain and want a backyard renovation that will make better use of their large yard, while also being a beautiful complement to their traditional design aesthetic. Chris demonstrates how to create more usable space in a yrd by building hardscape structures. The finished design includes an arbor with extra seating, a stone patio and a tea room tucked under a tree, where Kate and her mother plan to have their own parties.

More About This Episode
12:30
PM
Episode 109F

The Morgan family needs a backyard where the children can play, the adults can relax, and everyone can form lasting family memories. Chris thinks outside the box to transform the family's forgettable backyard into a unique space with plenty of comfy seating, a lounge area with a hammock and stretches of grass for playing. But the unexpected element that thrills the homeowners is an outdoor movie theater where the entire family can gather and create lasting memories. Chris shows how to effectively plan outdoor spaces that will incorporate multiple uses and unexpected surprises.

More About This Episode
1:00
PM
Episode 110F

Julie and John are proud owners of a 100-year-old Craftsman bungalow with one big problem: its grassy backyard lacks the charm and character of their home. The couple ask Chris to create a backyard that incorporates their eclectic taste and their 5-year-old son's need for outdoor space, while preserving the integrity of the Craftsman style. Chris' design includes a new deck with columns that perfectly match those on the home's front porch. When the homeowners ask for a roof, Chris cleverly creates a see-through roof that lets in light while protecting the deck from the elements. A concrete water feature with lily pads and koi is an unexpected surprise off the deck. And the feature everyone will remember is the vintage bike fence that blocks unsightly views while keeping the couple's antique bike collection ready to ride. Chris and his team finish the transformation just in time for the couple's celebration of the home's 100th year, one in which the new backyard is as charming and interesting as the home itself.

More About This Episode
1:30
PM
Episode 111F

Chris creates a sleek, modern backyard getaway for Maria, Mike and their baby. The new parents' modern aesthetic is on full display with their funky backyard studio. But the landscape around it is embarrassingly unkempt and unsafe for the baby. The couple ask Chris to design a yard that reflects their sense of style, while also bringing a sense of calm and order to their chaotic space. Chris puts his team to work building a deck that mimics the modern lines of their studio. They also build a raised vegetable garden with a uniquely modern sensibility, a privacy fence that envelopes a cozy sitting area and a play area for the baby and her friends. Each element of the backyard reinforces the straight lines of modern design, making a cohesive, yet inviting backyard.

More About This Episode
2:00
PM
Episode 112F

Chris and his team create a new backyard for a young family who embrace modern architecture. The couple have created their own beautiful backyard studio office, but the rest of the yard is embarrassingly unkempt and useless. Chris creates a stream-lined deck, raised vegetable garden, clever horizontal privacy fence with a sitting area, and an innovative playground for their daughter.

More About This Episode
2:30
PM
Episode 113F

An active family with teenaged boys and a young daughter have a huge lot that looks more like an abandoned field than their own yard. They ask Chris and his team to create a backyard that fits their active lifestyle, yet is easy to maintain. Chris transforms the yard into a sports complex for the children. He creates a croquet lawn and batting cage for the boys, a koi pond with lilies for the daughter and and outdoor eating area for the entire family. And once the kids are tired of playing, there is a giant fire pit with seating where everyone can relax and roast marshmallows. A wildflower bed and other natural plantings ensure the family will have a beautiful, useful space that requires little upkeep.

More About This Episode
3:00
PM
Episode 102

The guys rescue a huge double pen barn in St. Meinrad, Indiana. It's the biggest dogtrot style barn they've ever faced. They have to fight through modern layers of tin and barnwood to get to the incredible, pioneer era hand hewn beams. When it's done, Mark pays a visit to the nearly completed Lincoln Cabin.

More About This Episode
4:00
PM
Episode 104

The guys salvage a homestead corn crib with a good old fashioned barn raising.

More About This Episode
5:00
PM
Episode 106

Mark and the guys turn a used shipping container into a portable barnwood cabin. They use welding torches and old logs to transform the steel container into a home. Mark searches for the perfect red barnwood to cover it. Then they try to lift the container cabin onto a trailer to prove its really portable.

More About This Episode
6:00
PM
Episode 108

Mark and the guys return to their roots in Asheville, North Carolina. They have one day to build a log well house in the driving rain. Once it's up, they have to repair a severely damaged log home nearby. Along the way, Mark visits two of his favorite log cabins.

More About This Episode
7:00
PM
Episode 101

Mark and the guys work to dismantle a barn built by Abe Lincoln's uncle around 1830. Can they save the 180 year-old logs? Back on the Boneyard, they use old tobacco timbers to build a new barn in the Appalachian dogtrot style.

More About This Episode
8:00
PM
Episode 104

John and Bonnie have a very large family and a very small deck. And with their six adult children living nearby, they really want a place for the family to gather. So, they've decided to turn their old deck into the ultimate party deck. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $300,000 deck that takes advantage of the gorgeous views and adds 1700 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a comfortable living room with gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature some of the best ideas when it comes to improving outdoor privacy.

More About This Episode
8:30
PM
Episode 103

Twenty years ago, Brad and Ronnie built their dream home in the heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. They've got gorgeous mountain views and five acres of land, but their patio and decks are faded and cracked. With four separate outdoor spaces in the front of their home, the Mega Crew is challenged to update the entire façade. The plans call for an outdoor living room with fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, three pergolas, two roof top decks, a swim spa and a large water feature.

More About This Episode
9:00
PM
Episode 102

Mark loves his cliffside log home in the Rocky Mountains, but the small existing deck doesn't take advantage of the million-dollar view. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $600,000 cliff-side deck that takes advantage of the panoramic mountain scenery and allows Mark to enjoy the frosty winters outside on his deck. After six months of construction, the Mega Deck is finally complete and homeowner Mark gets a tour of all the new features including a top-of-the-line barbecue grill and hot tub.

More About This Episode
9:30
PM
Episode 101

After years of constant relocation, retired military officers Joe and Maddie have decided to turn their Colorado home into a dream retirement. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a two-story $200,000 deck that takes advantage of a pristine two-acre wildlife-filled backyard, and can be used year 'round. Four months later, the new Mega Deck in the treetops has an outdoor kitchen and living room, a new fire pit and retractable glass walls.

More About This Episode
10:00
PM
Episode 108

The Hermans are called upon by the Gorell family to build a remote lake island fort. With plenty of childhood forts of their own to draw on for inspiration, the Herman Brothers construct a fort from local trees complete with lookout tower, sleeping bunks and a suspension bridge.

More About This Episode
10:30
PM
Episode 109

Chad and Julie have a house on the lake. They want to turn their unfinished basement into a finished space with a separate bathroom that can support all their lake activities. This space gets a facelift with a new dining table, bathroom, storage for kids toys and of course a new deck complete with sandbox.

More About This Episode
11:00
PM
Episode 105

When escaping with family to his ranch, Curtis Price likes to golf, bow hunt, fish, swim, play with the grandkids and relax by one of his many lakes. The Hermans put it all together with a motorized floating golf green that features a club house, putting area, fully stocked bar and storage for rods, bows and lounge chairs.

More About This Episode
11:30
PM
Episode 106

The Bixlers love the great outdoors but don't like roughing it when it comes to camping. They like to think of themselves as Glampers, aka glam campers. So how do they build a semi permanent location they can bring the whole family to camp in? The Herman Brothers help them put together a Teepee village complete with horse corral, trails and rock steps right to the lake.

More About This Episode
12:00
AM
Episode 102

Mark loves his cliffside log home in the Rocky Mountains, but the small existing deck doesn't take advantage of the million-dollar view. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $600,000 cliff-side deck that takes advantage of the panoramic mountain scenery and allows Mark to enjoy the frosty winters outside on his deck. After six months of construction, the Mega Deck is finally complete and homeowner Mark gets a tour of all the new features including a top-of-the-line barbecue grill and hot tub.

More About This Episode
12:30
AM
Episode 101

After years of constant relocation, retired military officers Joe and Maddie have decided to turn their Colorado home into a dream retirement. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a two-story $200,000 deck that takes advantage of a pristine two-acre wildlife-filled backyard, and can be used year 'round. Four months later, the new Mega Deck in the treetops has an outdoor kitchen and living room, a new fire pit and retractable glass walls.

More About This Episode
1:00
AM
Episode 108

The Hermans are called upon by the Gorell family to build a remote lake island fort. With plenty of childhood forts of their own to draw on for inspiration, the Herman Brothers construct a fort from local trees complete with lookout tower, sleeping bunks and a suspension bridge.

More About This Episode
1:30
AM
Episode 109

Chad and Julie have a house on the lake. They want to turn their unfinished basement into a finished space with a separate bathroom that can support all their lake activities. This space gets a facelift with a new dining table, bathroom, storage for kids toys and of course a new deck complete with sandbox.

More About This Episode
2:00
AM
Episode 105

When escaping with family to his ranch, Curtis Price likes to golf, bow hunt, fish, swim, play with the grandkids and relax by one of his many lakes. The Hermans put it all together with a motorized floating golf green that features a club house, putting area, fully stocked bar and storage for rods, bows and lounge chairs.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 106

The Bixlers love the great outdoors but don't like roughing it when it comes to camping. They like to think of themselves as Glampers, aka glam campers. So how do they build a semi permanent location they can bring the whole family to camp in? The Herman Brothers help them put together a Teepee village complete with horse corral, trails and rock steps right to the lake.

More About This Episode
3:00
AM
Episode 104

John and Bonnie have a very large family and a very small deck. And with their six adult children living nearby, they really want a place for the family to gather. So, they've decided to turn their old deck into the ultimate party deck. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $300,000 deck that takes advantage of the gorgeous views and adds 1700 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a comfortable living room with gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature some of the best ideas when it comes to improving outdoor privacy.

More About This Episode
3:30
AM
Episode 103

Twenty years ago, Brad and Ronnie built their dream home in the heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. They've got gorgeous mountain views and five acres of land, but their patio and decks are faded and cracked. With four separate outdoor spaces in the front of their home, the Mega Crew is challenged to update the entire façade. The plans call for an outdoor living room with fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, three pergolas, two roof top decks, a swim spa and a large water feature.

More About This Episode
4:30
AM
Episode 206

Pocket neighborhoods are the latest trend in suburbs from coast to coast, and Kevin gets his head around what makes building 12 homes on under 4 acres of land a good idea. Plus, he learns how cutting-edge building science, coupled with a little social engineering, puts this super-efficient community in such high demand. Next, Amy finds the perfect bachelor-proof washer-dryer combo for Cool Tools host Chris Grundy, and Kevin's found a drying closet that could almost make your iron obsolete. Then, check out Italian tile for a low-cost, low-maintenance way to get the look of wood, marble, canvas and even leather. And Kevin's got a new solution to debris and ice problems in your gutter with a heated gutter screen. Finally, small is the new big. Amy visits a Manhattan furniture showroom where every piece has at least two different uses and collapses ingeniously with fingertip effort to take up half the space you'd expect.

Tuesday, Jun 2

On TV

Watch DIY Network LIVE

Don't miss your favorite shows in real time online.

Follow Us Everywhere

Keep up with your favorite shows and hosts plus share ideas with other DIY fans.

Discover Our Blog: Made + Remade

See the latest DIY projects, and meet more cool people who love to create.

Make It. Fix It. Learn It. Find It.

Luxury Home Giveaways

HGTV Dream Home

A gorgeous remodel on St. Simons Island, Georgia

HGTV Smart Home

A sophisticated Southern home in Raleigh, N.C.

HGTV Urban Oasis

A cozy Craftsman-style home in Ann Arbor, Michigan