TV Schedule

Monday, Dec 28

7:00
AM
Episode 201

In the season two premiere, the Jani's main floor is falling apart! Their kitchen is a complete disaster and their living room has turned into a kid's playroom. They really need an open concept main floor and some major organization, not to mention a total kitchen gut. Oh, and Danielle has to have the home ready in time for their 10th anniversary party in just a few weeks.

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7:30
AM
Episode 201

In this episode, Bronson Pinchot takes an awkward space and transforms it into a room straight out of George Washington's home. Affectionately known as the Federal Sitting Room, the space that Bronson and his team recreate is brought to life with a beautiful fireplace surround built from salvaged materials, including moldings from 1790 and wallpaper from 1805. The room's focal point is a large plaster bust from the 18th century in the corner. These relics help create an elegant space that transcends time.

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8:00
AM
Episode 701

Josh Temple Crashes Blog Cabin and has big plans for the living and sunroom. The Blog Cabin is one blank slate so Josh completely transforms the living space in just three days. A reclaimed mantle is rebuilt to house a brand new TV and automated lift. Plus, a stair area becomes a seating and storage area. This crash goes above and beyond when a sunroom gets old dock boards as a ceiling treatment and some 100 year old stumps are reused for a one of a kind coffee table.

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8:30
AM
Episode 902

Alison and her crew are in Idaho to crash the Blog Cabin kitchen. With the walls already up and drywalled, Alison and Grundy can concentrate on building some big DIYs. Up first, a giant table made of black walnut with custom light-up lettering for the formal dining area. For the kitchen, they build stools out of fresh timber, channeling out sections and adding a resin and copper mix that will sparkle underneath the breakfast bar. Finishes include dual colored cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, dual colored quartz backsplash and countertops, stainless steel appliances and a custom-built chef's pantry.

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9:00
AM
Episode S14

'I Hate My Kitchen' host James Young tours the 2014 Kitchen/Bath Industry Show and Conference for great kitchen innovations to add to his hot list. Products with intriguing style and new technologies are featured, from appliances to space saving designs. James speaks with the company representatives to determine practical factors like price, installation and helpfulness to the homeowner.

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9:30
AM
Episode 214

They saved Kitchen Crashers host and interior designer Alison Victoria's condo from disaster, now it's her turn to give back and transform a historic Chicago firehouse's disastrous kitchen into a dream kitchen. Alison pulls out all of the stops, giving this firehouse a rolling island, a giant prep space, brand new stainless steel and high gloss red custom cabinetry and a coffee bar. Old and dirty appliances are replaced with four refrigerators and two dishwashers. Alison adds a personal touch to the space, creating a giant dedication wall to remember fallen officers and commemorate the history of the firehouse, complete with a hand-painted mural of the house logo. To keep the firefighters organized, Alison installs an information wall covered in chalkboard paint and a custom chalkboard calendar to keep track of daily chores and shifts. To combat the long shifts, Alison installs a full coffee bar and gives the firefighters two new coffee makers. A DIY pot rack made from an old ladder, some fireman inspired ornaments and a lot of holiday cheer makes this transformation a true holiday celebration.

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10:00
AM
Episode 301

The bad news is Dena and Michael Kelly have a tiny Chicago kitchen with a growing family and need a lot more space. The good news is they have two huge advantages: a dining room just on the other side of the wall and Alison Victoria crashing the house to completely renovate this kitchen. From the floor to the ceiling, this kitchen gets a complete makeover in just three days with such unique features as a magnetic wall treatment and a refrigerator/freezer drawer system.

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10:30
AM
Episode 303

A tiny kitchen gets a new look and lease on life. Alison and the crew tear out everything from the floors to the soffits and begin again. They start with new wood floors topped with beautiful cherry cabinets. Next comes new appliances, paint, lighting and backsplash to completely update and expand this small space.

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11:00
AM
Episode 405

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang tackle a small, old, kitchen by first removing a huge wall that divides the space. Then, along with tons of natural light, the new stuff floods into this space starting with a raised floor topped with dark oak flooring. Next comes two different cabinet colors and quartz countertops, a custom bench and matching bead board insert into the glass cabinets, and a stunning chandelier. Alison throws in a last designer touch with a bold fabric window treatment and adds an entirely new lighting plan to literally double this room and leave the homeowners amazed with the final result.

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11:30
AM
Episode 502

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang find a barista with a terrible kitchen. Using coffee and the love of it as her inspiration, this space gets demolished from top to bottom. The renovation starts with a bead board ceiling treatment, new coffee colored cabinets, and granite countertops. Custom touches follow with a subway tile backsplash, spice rack repurposed from a corner cabinet, and storage area created using coffee cans as cubbies. After three days the new space is amazing and the homeowners are overwhelmed.

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12:00
PM
Episode 503

Alison is stumped when she walks into Matt and Anne's hazardous, mismatched kitchen. The layout is all wrong and the finishes are worse. In three days, she overhauls the space - first changing glass doors into windows, moving the sink across the room and eliminating a clunky peninsula to make room for a real dining area. Next, Alison brings in basil colored cabinetry and adds dummy strap hinges for extra style. A dark birch engineered hardwood floor levels out the space and hand-painted tile, sconce lighting and butcher block countertops give the kitchen an urban farmhouse feel. A DIY burlap pin board and repurposed ladder pot rack help the homeowners stay organized in style. And to finish off the look, Alison installs a barn wood accent wall made out of re-claimed wood.

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12:30
PM
Episode 509

Mitch and Maggie recently left the Colorado mountains for a big city condo. Their current kitchen has flimsy, generic cabinets better suited to a garage, and a stove that probably hasn't worked properly since the '70s. Alison starts by knocking down a wall separating the kitchen from a small bedroom. Clever blending creates the perfect color stain for new floorboards installed to patch bare spots created by the wall demolition. Alison literally brings the outdoors in with chunky live-edge shelves and an antler chandelier. Maggie and Alison build a rolling side table from a reclaimed log. Mitch and Alison construct a huge island table entirely from salvaged 2x4s. The focal point of the new dining area is a mural wall with a forest motif. Cream colored cabinets contrast with dark granite countertops, and rubbed bronze hardware gives a warm glow. Matte gray tiles bring a clean, linear look to the backsplash. Extra touches include a pot filler over the stove and a wine cooler in the new bar area.

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1:00
PM
Episode 101

Forget everything you know about pre-fab houses. From starter homes to massive estates, the next generation of factory homes are high quality, custom built , and delivered in a matter of days. Waiting months for a delayed and expensive build is a thing of the past. Breakneck Builds takes the viewer onto the floor of these giant prefab factories as elite engineers use cutting-edge technology to assemble revolutionary, foldable, steel and waterproof concrete structures. Ride shotgun as veteran transporters navigate hazardous roads with gigantic modules, and go on-site for the final hours as workers battle the elements to build a home in days. Watch the team work at a labor intensive speed using huge trucks, cranes and state of the art hydraulics to build, transport and assemble prefab homes in the factory and on site.

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1:30
PM
Episode 103

Jason and Zolina love their downtown Pittsburgh neighborhood but are done with their cramped 100 year old apartment. Now that a lot on their street up for sale, they are doing a modular build so they can have the home of their dreams without having to move. Justin and Casey are sick of renting a home and giving their money away each month. After years of saving up for a place of their own, they are turning to the prefab world to get the most bang for their buck.

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2:00
PM
Episode 105

Angie and Dan need a real family home for their growing boys and only have a month left on their lease. The only way to meet their tight timeline is to build with modular technology. Jim and Lynne are ready to trade their 4000 square foot home in the San Francisco suburbs for a smaller modular home in wine country that is tailored to their lifestyle.

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2:30
PM
Episode 107

Bill and Kim are building a modular country house after their attempt to build a traditional home almost cost them their life savings. Mark and Donna are turning an old tradition of renting a beach house into a permanent addition to their busy lives by buying a modular home on the New Jersey coastline.

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3:00
PM
Episode 109

Mike and Stephanie are building a new modular home that needs to be ready in time for their baby's due date. James and Kelly sell their first home to build a prefab in a better school district for their kids.

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3:30
PM
Episode 111

Nathan and Jennifer love their farm in Kansas, but worry that their 100 year-old farm house won't last much longer. So, to get into a new family home as fast as possible, they are turning to the prefab world to build. Dwight and Angie just had their first child. The problem is they're still living with Dwight's parents. So they're going modular to get into a proper family home as fast as possible.

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4:00
PM
Episode 113

Nate and Lexi desperately want to start a family, but can't even imagine it in their cramped apartment. So this young couple is building a modular home that combines the speed of a prefab with the customization of a site-build. Emerson and Tanya have run out of room. With a third child on the way, they're building a prefab to get into a family sized home in record time.

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4:30
PM
Episode 102

Joey and Cindy need a real home so they can take their future off hold and start the family they've wanted for years. These first time homebuyers need a fast and innovative solution to get them out of their cramped apartment so they are relying on the prefab world to get the job done. After two tours in Afghanistan Steve needs a way to get back into home life, so he and his wife Amy are turning to modular technology to build a cabin in the Smoky Mountains where family comes first.

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5:00
PM
Episode 104

Mike and Tami have 8 kids and no time to spend together, so they are building a prefab log cabin where the family can spend quality time together for generations to come. Jordyn is ready to leave her rental behind and buy her first home, but what is most important to Jordyn is that her new home is eco friendly, so she is turning to the modular world to build a big house with a small carbon footprint.

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5:30
PM
Episode 106

After Dorrie successfully beats cancer, she and her husband Brian buy a prefab beach house built for quality time as a family. Steve and Nancy are building a circular panelized home designed for taking in the beauty of the Black Mountains.

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6:00
PM
Episode 108

Jack and MaryEllen are replacing the home they lost to Hurricane Sandy with a modular house built to survive the storm of the century. Rich and Wil are building a prefab family home so that they can adopt their first child.

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6:30
PM
Episode 110

Derek and Kristi need a home of their own on the family ranch where they live and work. With a construction boom in Wyoming tying up all the builders in town they're going modular to get into a home fast. Robin and David sold their house to pay for the construction of a new traditional home and moved in with their daughter and her husband while they wait. Now almost a year later they need to give their children their own space again and are turning to the prefab world to build them a house in record time.

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7:00
PM
Episode 112

Michael and Christine used to love their small, downtown Baltimore row house, until their son was born. Now they're going modular to get into a real family home as fast as they can. John lost the home he loves in rural Colorado to a fire. Living in a condo in the city, he is building a prefab to get back to the quiet mountain life he loves.

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7:30
PM
Episode 114

Roger and Jamie just bought more horses than they have room for, so they are building a modular home on a giant ranch so there is enough room for their family and the animals. Scott and Natalie had to move into a cramped apartment when Natalie got a new job in a new city. Now they are building a prefab to get into a proper family home as fast as they can.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1202

Two poorly laid out bathrooms are turned over to Bath Crashers to build back one Mid-Century Modern space that will fit with the rest of the home. Once the walls are knocked down, it leaves enough space to create a room full of intricate angles designed to capture the eye and make the space feel bigger. The shower room is spacious with modern tiles and fixtures. A sleek soaking tub sits in front a wall of tile that packs a colorful punch with its graffiti design. The floor is laid out in a contemporary chevron pattern and a glowing wall feature is created using paintballs with bright colors.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1204

This bathroom is too small to create the modern, industrial space these homeowners would love to have. Taking over an unused dining room next door gives Bath Crashers the space they need to create a sleek new layout that has dark concrete on the floors and is featured on a wall behind a bright white soaking tub. The shower is big, open and packed with nine different fixtures, which are all controlled digitally. Bath Crashers expanded the space even further, building an addition to house a custom sauna. Music will play through two waterproof speakers, one of which will go into the two-person sauna that's wrapped in cedar and special lighting.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1205

Small, narrow, and mundane becomes roomier with touches of farmhouse charm. The space expands into the master bedroom and features a vaulted ceiling with reclaimed wood planks and beams. A vintage-looking, ombre hued tub and chrome filler take over the area once occupied by an unused whirlpool tub. Wall-mounted farmhouse sinks with chrome fixtures line one wall, with subway tile backsplash and vintage sconce lighting. A steel frame, welded and patina'd on site, fronts two of the large shower glass panels to give it an industrial window look, and four galvanized steel farm buckets, drilled with holes and soaked in vinegar, are transformed into ceiling mounted light fixtures.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1206

Tiny, awkward bathroom is made bigger by removing two closets that eat space and adding functional amenities and design elements. A deep, free standing soaker tub is added against a wall fashioned from corten steel with a rusted patina. Teakwood storage shelves between the vanities make for more storage and organization. The shower nearly doubles in size and incorporates hexagon tiles on the wall, accented by a racing stripe of vertical linear copper glass surrounding the top of the walls. Floating shelves descend from the ceiling, and the entire floor is decked out in 16x24 slabs of black slate tile. A one of a kind, artist-designed, floor to ceiling etched glass panel, lights up and gives the toilet area some privacy.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1207

Bath Crashers takes a boring before and creates the ultimate after with a modern spa for these homeowners. Everything is broken down into 'his' and 'hers' stations. A fire feature is a separating wall between the bedroom and bathroom. Two vanities mirror each other on opposite sides of the space, which are given a modern detail using belts. The shower is a step higher than the rest of the room with two shower stations on either side and a floor to ceiling window that sits between each station, which provides a view of the wooded backyard.

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10:30
PM
Episode 1208

This master bath is too small for this family of four. Taking the adjacent bedroom, which sits next to their outdoor pool area, allows the Bath Crashers crew to combine the two spaces and turn it into a dual-purpose modern spa and pool space. The master suite side is luxuriously spacious: the vanity is a centerpiece that glows from a backlit, Onyx counter-top. The two sinks share a space with an automatic ice machine for these active homeowners to use after their runs. The tub is tricked out with jets and speakers and the shower serves two purposes: one side for everyday use with a rain-shower head and body sprays while the other side is to rinse off after hanging by the pool.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1211

These homeowners have always wanted a master suite, but when their current bathroom only has room for one, Bath Crashers must steal space from a bedroom next door to give them this: a 2-part bathroom with a powder room for guests and a main space with the works. Operable frosted glass panels separate the rooms and add privacy. The shower is a 3-sided glass box with a waterfall tile pattern and rain-showerhead. A long ash countertop that doubles as a vanity and make-up area sits below a wall of mirrors, windows and a disappearing TV while the silver-leafed ceiling glows with a pop of orange and LED lights.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1212

Bath Crashers heads to Bozeman, Montana to create a rustic and modern retreat these mountain-dwelling homeowners have always wanted. The existing space is just too small, so the crew takes a chainsaw to the log home's exterior an adds on an addition for more space. All new, larger windows are installed to take advantage of the mountain views including one in the shower, which is packed with two-showerheads, body sprays and a hand-held. The jetted tub is surrounded by a rock enclosure that sits next to a fireplace creating a grotto-like sanctuary and a custom-built hidden door hides the brand new washer and dryer.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1205

Small, narrow, and mundane becomes roomier with touches of farmhouse charm. The space expands into the master bedroom and features a vaulted ceiling with reclaimed wood planks and beams. A vintage-looking, ombre hued tub and chrome filler take over the area once occupied by an unused whirlpool tub. Wall-mounted farmhouse sinks with chrome fixtures line one wall, with subway tile backsplash and vintage sconce lighting. A steel frame, welded and patina'd on site, fronts two of the large shower glass panels to give it an industrial window look, and four galvanized steel farm buckets, drilled with holes and soaked in vinegar, are transformed into ceiling mounted light fixtures.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1206

Tiny, awkward bathroom is made bigger by removing two closets that eat space and adding functional amenities and design elements. A deep, free standing soaker tub is added against a wall fashioned from corten steel with a rusted patina. Teakwood storage shelves between the vanities make for more storage and organization. The shower nearly doubles in size and incorporates hexagon tiles on the wall, accented by a racing stripe of vertical linear copper glass surrounding the top of the walls. Floating shelves descend from the ceiling, and the entire floor is decked out in 16x24 slabs of black slate tile. A one of a kind, artist-designed, floor to ceiling etched glass panel, lights up and gives the toilet area some privacy.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1207

Bath Crashers takes a boring before and creates the ultimate after with a modern spa for these homeowners. Everything is broken down into 'his' and 'hers' stations. A fire feature is a separating wall between the bedroom and bathroom. Two vanities mirror each other on opposite sides of the space, which are given a modern detail using belts. The shower is a step higher than the rest of the room with two shower stations on either side and a floor to ceiling window that sits between each station, which provides a view of the wooded backyard.

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1:30
AM
Episode 1208

This master bath is too small for this family of four. Taking the adjacent bedroom, which sits next to their outdoor pool area, allows the Bath Crashers crew to combine the two spaces and turn it into a dual-purpose modern spa and pool space. The master suite side is luxuriously spacious: the vanity is a centerpiece that glows from a backlit, Onyx counter-top. The two sinks share a space with an automatic ice machine for these active homeowners to use after their runs. The tub is tricked out with jets and speakers and the shower serves two purposes: one side for everyday use with a rain-shower head and body sprays while the other side is to rinse off after hanging by the pool.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1211

These homeowners have always wanted a master suite, but when their current bathroom only has room for one, Bath Crashers must steal space from a bedroom next door to give them this: a 2-part bathroom with a powder room for guests and a main space with the works. Operable frosted glass panels separate the rooms and add privacy. The shower is a 3-sided glass box with a waterfall tile pattern and rain-showerhead. A long ash countertop that doubles as a vanity and make-up area sits below a wall of mirrors, windows and a disappearing TV while the silver-leafed ceiling glows with a pop of orange and LED lights.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1212

Bath Crashers heads to Bozeman, Montana to create a rustic and modern retreat these mountain-dwelling homeowners have always wanted. The existing space is just too small, so the crew takes a chainsaw to the log home's exterior an adds on an addition for more space. All new, larger windows are installed to take advantage of the mountain views including one in the shower, which is packed with two-showerheads, body sprays and a hand-held. The jetted tub is surrounded by a rock enclosure that sits next to a fireplace creating a grotto-like sanctuary and a custom-built hidden door hides the brand new washer and dryer.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1202

Two poorly laid out bathrooms are turned over to Bath Crashers to build back one Mid-Century Modern space that will fit with the rest of the home. Once the walls are knocked down, it leaves enough space to create a room full of intricate angles designed to capture the eye and make the space feel bigger. The shower room is spacious with modern tiles and fixtures. A sleek soaking tub sits in front a wall of tile that packs a colorful punch with its graffiti design. The floor is laid out in a contemporary chevron pattern and a glowing wall feature is created using paintballs with bright colors.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1204

This bathroom is too small to create the modern, industrial space these homeowners would love to have. Taking over an unused dining room next door gives Bath Crashers the space they need to create a sleek new layout that has dark concrete on the floors and is featured on a wall behind a bright white soaking tub. The shower is big, open and packed with nine different fixtures, which are all controlled digitally. Bath Crashers expanded the space even further, building an addition to house a custom sauna. Music will play through two waterproof speakers, one of which will go into the two-person sauna that's wrapped in cedar and special lighting.

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4:30
AM
Episode 102

A young New Jersey couple saves their kitchen as the last renovation in their house and now has to pick one of three designs for it. Will they go for the Mixed Mediterranean, the Funky Farmhouse or Classic Cottage design? Licensed Contractor Jeff Devlin helps them make the call and then delivers an incomparable kitchen.

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