TV Schedule

Thursday, Sep 10

7:00
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Episode 704

Mega Dens invades the Carolina coast to give the renovated beach house a sweet bunkroom/media loft.

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7:30
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Episode 211

Daydreaming how much it would cost to have sand flown in from the Bahamas for your backyard beach? Then join us. Compare backyard paradises of one major Hollywood celeb and a millionaire in Miami. Then jump across the pond to Spain and guess whether a glorious, secluded bungalow in the hills of Andalucia costs more than a family home for four along the coast.

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8:00
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Episode 211

Million Dollar Contractor host and licensed contractor Stephen Fanuka is renovating a massive duplex apartment, giving a contemporary look to a classic space. His client's budget is limitless, but so are the expectations. This project combines rare materials, fine finishes and custom millwork to create a stunning apartment.

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8:30
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Episode 201

Homeowners Jon and Maranda Meyer moved into Jon's grandparents' home and it is stuck in the 1970s. They want to smash the old kitchen and an upstairs bathroom. Jason Cameron brings the sledgehammers for them to take on the challenge, and whatever rooms they finish he'll fix. His plan calls for an open kitchen and living area with a huge kitchen island, a custom hutch and a refurbished sofa that belonged to Jon's grandparents.

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9:00
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Episode 205

Homeowners Jessica and Matt Scholl want to smash the fake brick, fake wood paneling and fake deer in their basement and the half wall and old cabinets in their kitchen. Whatever they smash, Jason Cameron will fix. They don't finish the kitchen, but the basement is all on Jason. His plan calls for a cool painted ceiling, custom vinyl banquettes, a special wood wall treatment and everything you'd find in an English style pub.

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9:30
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Episode 206

Homeowners Rich and April Robles smash their cramped galley kitchen and their underused basement storage area so that Jason Cameron will build them a new kitchen, dining area, family room and office. Jason creates a recycled wood backsplash, brings in glossy cabinets and a huge island with an interesting color change. Plus, Jason turns the old basement area into a new home office with a custom cork board wall and recycled office furniture to turn the room into a space that Rich calls his Nerd Hole.

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10:00
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Episode 203

When Brad and Kate Thoss take the sledgehammer to their bathroom and bedroom closet, Jason Cameron builds a spa like retreat. The new bathroom features teak on the countertop, floor and even the wall. Jason also adds a lot of storage with a modular closet unit. The homeowners didn't finish smashing the kids' bathroom, but they were inspired to fix it up with a new shower and vanity.

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10:30
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Episode 207

When Ben and Lynne Adams want to open up their first floor to make the space more accessible to their son Ben who lives with visual impairment, they use the power of the Sledgehammer to make it happen. After the walls are smashed, Jason Cameron comes in to build a kitchen that has many unique and accessible features. Jason builds a custom bench with built-in storage for plates to allow young Ben to assist with table setting, he adds adjustable under-cabinet lighting to allow Ben to better see what he's doing and a unique microwave to make sure Ben can help prepare meals.

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11:00
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Episode 702

New to home ownership, this couple bought a house that hasn't been touched since the 70s. Their back game room was floor to ceiling 70s with avocado green carpet, wood paneling and pink ceiling beams. In 3 days, this space becomes a modern game room complete with bar area, all new floor, custom TV/firewall, 2 doors to the outdoors and a custom light fixture.

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11:30
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Episode 704

These Seattle natives get the perfect entertaining space to host their annual Seafair parties. A storage filled basement turns into the ultimate indoor/outdoor space complete a 12' custom bi-fold doors, accordion window with a pass-through bar, media wall, reclaimed woods doors to commemorate the homeowners alma mater University of Washington, a stone clad pizza oven area, and a wet bar.

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12:00
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Episode 706

A bachelor's dark dining and living room are opened up and become one modern wine lounge. What was once a dirty carpeted living room with college dorm furniture and a separate ugly dining room gets completely transformed into one hip wine room with rich hardwood floors, a custom wine box dining table, a storage bench and an entire wall dedicated to wine. Plus, this homeowner lucks out with bifolding doors and shelves that add extra ambience!

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12:30
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Episode 708

A couple's tired and boring bedroom is transformed into a retreat with a chic Hawaiian vibe. The closet is enclosed with black bamboo doors, and the vanity area becomes more private when an open pocket door is installed. A window is replaced with French doors allowing access to a private outdoor paradise with slatted walls, tropical plants, and a fire feature.

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1:00
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Episode 710

A living and dining space with worn hardwood floors and hideous pink granite fireplace gets completely transformed into a hip bar lounge. In three days, this crash goes over the top with a metal and concrete bar, swinging bar stools and a bookshelf that opens into hidden storage. Plus, a plain wall becomes a main attraction as hardwood flooring runs vertically up the wall with a niche for a giant television. Metallic tile faces the new fireplace and a custom coffee table makes this room an entertainer's dream.

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1:30
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Episode 1002

It's a French flashback to the 30's and 40's when entertaining guests was done in impressive and luxurious parlors. Josh Temple enhances the usability of this living room and dining room by creating two sophisticated areas. First, for the living room, is an inviting cinematic sitting space featuring a fireplace accentuated by thin brick veneer and a 60-inch TV, art deco niches with a vertical aquarium backdrop, and chesterfield seating. For the dining room, there's a banquette built into a pony wall with ironwork detailing, a bar cabinet and draft tower unified with tile en pointe and sculptural spindles, a reclaimed table made from original flooring, and a hand painted silhouette of a French 75 field cannon.

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2:00
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Episode 1003

A tiny outdated kitchen gets completely blown out and rebuilt into a vintage glamorous kitchen. What was a cramped kitchen, with tile countertops and old appliances is transformed into a long spacious kitchen with a vintage locker island, a walnut industrial dining table, blue vinyl floors, and custom banquette. Plus, all new appliances, new cabinets and gold finishing touches make this one chic kitchen.

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2:30
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Episode 1004

With baked goods on the line, Josh Temple goes to work to bring a young couple the perfect dream space to whip up a lovely crostada. He'll turn their stark, dated, blah galley kitchen into a mind-blowing culinary paradise. The team will convert the laundry room into a spacious pantry with floor-to-ceiling cabinets with a rolling butcher block island and an oversized lightbox note pad. In the kitchen, all new appliances compliment the marble countertops and waterfall edge bar, luxury vinyl floors, mosaic marble backsplash, subway tiled accent wall, and a wood block dining table.

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3:00
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Episode 1005

A cold and dark basement with too many doors, an unused fireplace, concrete floors and no natural light is transformed into the ultimate wine bar. This room gets outfitted with a floor to ceiling wall treatment covering a slick wine bar, a custom coffee table on wheels, bright new sliding doors and a one of a kind wine cabinet to top off the wine room! Plus, this wine bar has countertops that glow and become the main event in the space!

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3:30
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Episode 1006

Josh and the House Crashers gang find an Atlanta couple who need a place for the band to practice. One problem is the band is huge and another is right now there is only a two car garage for practice. This renovation begins with a complete demo of the lower floor of the home. After framing in a few new walls the space gets completely re-imagined to be a practice stage as well as a nightclub to hang out in and enjoy the music. The one of a kind custom touches include a bar and storage cabinets, album shelving, a dropped ceiling with light show built in, and huge decorative wall panels. There's also cork flooring, a gray and orange paint palette, an overhead projector with surround sound, all new lighting and furniture. The homeowners are left speechless and the band gets together to celebrate this gigantic, hip new night spot on the Atlanta scene.

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4:00
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Episode 1007

A tiny bland kitchen with broken countertops and outdated cabinets is transformed into a sleek French country kitchen. The kitchen is opened up with a custom reclaimed wood island that houses a brand-new wine fridge and microwave door. Old outdated tile floors are replaced by a warm travertine stone. All new cabinets, appliances, countertops that look like leather and subway tile backsplash make this kitchen pop! Plus a custom hood and unique stools make this a one of a kind kitchen.

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4:30
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Episode 1008

Josh Temple knows it'll take a whole lot more than a dab of concealer to renovate this makeup artist's bedroom. He'll rip through astroturf carpet remnants and a multitude of cobwebs to transform a chaotic bedroom into a Balinese retreat. In three days, the crew will craft a luxurious raised bed platform with bedside tables, new windows and a panel door all atop a renewable bamboo floor. Then they'll bring the outdoors in with a spacious deck-turned chill zone featuring a water fountain trickling down a pebbled wall, a slate skinned firebox, a copper and wood shelving unit, and a tropical reed-like table.

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5:00
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Episode 1009

Josh Temple opts for a bit of irony in this home by building several exits into a great room that this family will never want to leave. The fun begins with a secret door that is a bookcase by day and an adults-only bar by night. The crew also builds three new French door exits, a super-sized shelving wall that houses a ginormous TV, a shadowbox coffee table on casters, an artfully etched sofa console table, exposed beam ceiling, and a new partition wall that separates the kitchen from the new dining space.

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5:30
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Episode 1010

Josh Temple tackles his most challenging renovation to date to turn a cold, mishmash space into 2 distinct but welcoming gathering spots. The top level features a quiet reading library complete with a sleek partition, cushioned storage bench, and a picture frame panel that doubles as a railing. Below, all new dual pane windows and a slider will add light while a brand new firebox lined with floor to ceiling porcelain tile brings in much needed warmth. The room is rounded out with all new furnishings, plenty of bookshelves, a Z-shaped glass top coffee table, a side table with a built in lamp, and rich birch hardwood throughout.

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6:00
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Episode 1011

A bland office with a brick fireplace, dark walls and an outdated over sized desk is transformed into a cozy beach retreat. All new cork floors, a reclaimed wood fireplace and custom desk create a bright feel. The dark walls are replaced with light walls with a unique map treatment. Plus, this area is extended to the outside with new sliding doors, custom seating, exotic deck tiles topped off by a concrete fire feature.

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6:30
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Episode 1012

Perhaps the only thing better than a hilltop Los Angeles home with panoramic views of the valley is a sumptuous party room that offers up some gorgeous sightseeing of its own. Josh Temple and his team will turn a salt water aquarium into a unique wet bar backed with custom wenge shelves, build a floor to ceiling 3-D fire feature skinned in Calcutta porcelain slab, fabricate a streamlined coffee table, install rich, durable laminate floors, then glam it all up with sofas, chairs, wall unit and an oversized tri-globe chandelier studded with cut crystal dangles.

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7:00
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Episode 1013

An outdated and boring living room crammed with music gear and overtaken by the family dog gets a complete facelift and turned into the ultimate mid century music lounge. An old faux stone fireplace is replaced with hand made subway tile and sleek white marble hearth. Worn carpet is replaced with dark hardwood floors. A custom bar with staggered shelving and hidden bar storage become the focus of the room. A new media center flanks the wall for a brand new TV. Plus, a one of a kind walnut and glass coffee table and dimensional wall panels create one hip living room.

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7:30
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Episode 1001

A hideous living room with stained carpet, lava rock fireplace, broken sliders to a hot closed in patio is completely transformed into a sleek industrial rustic living room. In three days, the 1970s fireplace is torn out and replaced by a concrete fireplace with a live edge mantle, a metal media wall with pallet media center are showcased with a 60 inch TV, plus the room is opened into a new open patio divided by 18 foot sliding glass doors.

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8:00
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Episode 905F

Lysa is a determined entrepreneur who's ready to follow her dream of growing her own business; but first, she needs to buy an income property to lower her monthly expenses. After choosing between a townhouse, bungalow, and a back-split, the reno gets tense when Lysa keeps changing the plans.

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9:00
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Episode 906F

Robert and Stephanie are ready to buy their first home, but after two years of waiting for Robert's working papers, they need an income property to help catch-up on their finances. Scott helps them choose between a bungeloft, a detached duplex, and a single family home.

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10:00
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Episode 809F

After attempting a career change, Joe fell into serious financial trouble. He needs to downsize to a smaller home with an income property so he can pay down his looming debts. Scott shows Joe and his brother a detached two-storey home, a semi-detached bungalow, and a split-level duplex.

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11:00
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Episode 808F

Nick and Karen are trying to start a family. They want to upsize from their condo, but to afford the house of their dreams, it has to have an income property. While they wait for the stork to arrive, Scott shows them a Victorian Triplex, an American Colonial home, and a Tudor-style home.

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12:00
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Episode 906F

Robert and Stephanie are ready to buy their first home, but after two years of waiting for Robert's working papers, they need an income property to help catch-up on their finances. Scott helps them choose between a bungeloft, a detached duplex, and a single family home.

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1:00
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Episode 809F

After attempting a career change, Joe fell into serious financial trouble. He needs to downsize to a smaller home with an income property so he can pay down his looming debts. Scott shows Joe and his brother a detached two-storey home, a semi-detached bungalow, and a split-level duplex.

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2:00
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Episode 808F

Nick and Karen are trying to start a family. They want to upsize from their condo, but to afford the house of their dreams, it has to have an income property. While they wait for the stork to arrive, Scott shows them a Victorian Triplex, an American Colonial home, and a Tudor-style home.

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3:00
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Episode 905F

Lysa is a determined entrepreneur who's ready to follow her dream of growing her own business; but first, she needs to buy an income property to lower her monthly expenses. After choosing between a townhouse, bungalow, and a back-split, the reno gets tense when Lysa keeps changing the plans.

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4:30
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Episode 1208

Fred Noe is the great grandson and master distiller of the one and only Jim Beam. Being so deeply rooted in family and tradition, Fred loves nothing more than to entertain his family and friends. Unfortunately, his current space is not living up to the Beam name. Fred called Jason and Tony and now they are on their way to Kentucky to renovate Fred's space in true Jim Beam fashion. With a mix of family, tradition and one of our largest TVs yet, this Jim Beam Man Cave is going to become another brick in the Jim Beam legacy.

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