TV Schedule

Saturday, Jan 2

7:00
AM
Episode 801

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew tackle an outdoor kitchen that starts with absolutely nothing. This Las Vegas home has an enormous back yard that Alison re-imagines with a hotel styled cabana kitchen at its hub. The transformation begins with new pavers, outdoor cabinetry, and an enormous shade structure with his and her sides and an outdoor TV. Other custom touches include a swinging day bed, wine barrel stave shelving, a carry along beer caddy, a folding truck-bed bench, outdoor wine bar and beer tap, plus desert friendly plants throughout the new space.

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7:30
AM
Episode 802

The Braverman's have a large kitchen but it's dimly lit and feels like a cave. Alison transforms the cavernous dark-brown space into a two-toned and open kitchen that makes you look up and feel how large the kitchen really is. Complete with a homemade pot-rack and white cabinets that reach the ceiling, this kitchen creates space for the whole family.

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8:00
AM
Episode 803

Alison creates a modern space for a whole family. Ace and Raul's kitchen cabinets are the same quality as office furniture and the granite always looks dirty. Alison replaces those cabinets with stainless steel, glass, and high gloss white cabinets complete with grey countertops and a huge island in ice white. This kitchen is complete with a custom built wine rack with remote backlighting, a bar cart built from industrial pipes, and one of a kind cork coasters.

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8:30
AM
Episode 804

A worn out kitchen from the 60's is updated to create a Mid Century modern space. This kitchen is complete with avocado countertops, apricot cabinets, and silhouette glass backsplash in turquoise. Plus, Alison designs a custom dining banquette area, vintage nesting suitcase tables with turquoise legs, and a one of a kind gold record stool.

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9:00
AM
Episode 805

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew wage war on a large kitchen that has way too many walls, taking away from the flow and the sense of space. This massive renovation starts some serious removal of everything in sight. Now the new stuff starts coming in starting with hand scraped flooring and dark wood cabinets. Then Alison pairs up with the homeowners to create custom elements such as a kitchen island, banquet bench with a waterfall edge and wine storage. Once the final touches like appliances, backsplash and lighting are installed the homeowners are left speechless with the final outcome.

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9:30
AM
Episode 806

A kitchen that hasn't been touched since the 60's gets updated to a family friendly modern kitchen with a Mid Century style. This kitchen is complete with custom turquoise cabinets, penny round white backsplash, matching retro appliances, and cork flooring. Plus, Alison designs and installs floor to ceiling built-in shelving with wine racks in a walnut stain, floating shelving over the sink, and a sliding turquoise barn door that separates the kitchen from their studio.

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10:00
AM
Episode 807

It's an all ladies crash when Alison Victoria helps Porsha and her sister Lisa transform Porsha's builder grade kitchen into a stylish space with an old world, Moroccan vibe. The crash starts with a major wall coming down, opening the kitchen into the dining room and making space for a giant peninsula. Alison designs a DIY mosaic table and built-in banquette to fill what was an under utilized space in the corner. Espresso stained lower cabinets and avocado green upper cabinets are complimented with a giant Moroccan print backsplash that goes from countertop to ceiling. Alison and Lisa work on a custom DIY hood made of reclaimed wood that will have all of the neighbors envious. Stainless steel appliances, oil rubbed bronze hardware and a new chandelier complete the space.

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10:30
AM
Episode 808

This kitchen is so old the ceiling is literally falling down. Alison updates the space to match the homeowner's retro atomic vibe. This kitchen comes alive with high gloss white cabinets, vintage diamond shaped backsplash in green and gold, and apple martini green countertops. To add to the design, Alison builds a custom retro kidney shaped table in black walnut with vintage gold legs and shelving system from chrome pipes.

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11:00
AM
Episode 809

Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew tackle a small kitchen that is completely separated from the main room by a countertop. Starting with new flooring and cabinets this space gets transformed into a sleek, stylish kitchen with accents more commonly seen in big city lofts. Beautiful white countertops are added before the custom pieces are added in like a butcher block counter with a waterfall edge, art storage cabinet with sliding blue door, and a quick and easy charging station to fit above the electrical outlets. When this crash is done both homeowners feel as if they are living in someone else's house.

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11:30
AM
Episode 810

Fred and Dani have an original kitchen from the 1970's complete with mismatched appliances, dated cabinets and fluorescent lighting. They beg Alison to give their kitchen an update that will mesh with the rest of their Spanish-style home and she delivers by removing the weird cabinetry along the curved brick wall, opening up the space to allow an 8-foot long island with stools, and plenty of prep space on the new granite countertops. The brick wall gets cleaned up, matching appliances get moved in, along with a beautiful wood-surround hood and a hammered copper sink. Finally she creates a rustic dining table, a pot rack out of a re-purposed garden trellis and fur-on-hyde stools, all with a Spanish flare.

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12:00
PM
Episode 102F

Tiny house enthusiasts and young military couple Derek and Mary Voight have decided to hire a builder to do all the heavy lifting. They lend a hand on occasion to speed up the process but they prefer letting a pro tackle the tricky business of building a sturdy house that's agile enough to be pulled by a two-ton truck. The Voights hire builder and tiny home dweller Greg Parham to design and construct their dream home at his construction site in Durango, Colorado.

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12:30
PM
Episode 104F

When full-time college student, Kaitlin Snyder-Patterson, came to the conclusion that renting an apartment was bleeding her dry, she took a serious interest in the tiny house movement. And, when her dad, Mike Snyder, heard that his daughter was serious about becoming debt free, he quickly volunteered his build and engineering expertise to help his daughter's tiny house dream come true. Where Mike has the mad construction skills, Kaitlin has uber artistic sense. Together, they build a fun and functional rent-free residence that includes a hidden staircase.

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1:00
PM
Episode 106F

Jenn Baxter's inspiration for her tiny house came after her mother passed away and she was reading one of her mother's journals. An entry about letting fear stop you in your tracks made Jenn realize that she needed to follow her dream. She immediately hired a builder and created a one-of-a-kind tiny house that includes a rooftop deck, breakfast bar with a hidden washer/dryer and lots and lots of cubby holes and secret storage.

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1:30
PM
Episode 108F

Newlyweds Austin and Kaytlyn Averill are making it official and trading in their 1200-square-foot home for a tiny house love nest! The best part of living 'cozy' is that Boone, the Averill's 150-pound St. Bernard puppy, will always be able to keep his human companions in sight!

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2:00
PM
Episode 110F

Kris Anderson and Betty Johnston are on a mission for freedom. They were both working dead-end jobs in Oklahoma, trying to balance work and their passions when they saw a documentary about tiny houses and made a plan. Kris, an aspiring artist, and Betty, a hair and makeup stylist, are creating a tiny house-on-wheels that will allow them to work from anywhere across the country. Their dream home is based on one of Kris' original designs!

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2:30
PM
Episode 112F

The tiny house movement is all about restoring old materials. Charles Kern and Dakota Hills are taking the idea one step further. They purchased an old bus and are transforming it into a tiny house unlike any other! They're popping the top, adding wood paneling, handcrafted cabinetry and a rooftop deck to convert the space into their own personal cozy cabin. The coolest feature of all? Their Murphy bed/office desk/yoga studio.

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3:00
PM
Episode 114F

Building designers and business partners Alex Gore and Lance Cayko want something better than an old-fashioned recreational vehicle to take on the road and take in the countryside. They imagine a tiny house-on-wheels with a glass wall that allows you to view nature from the indoors! They also want one side of the house to unfold and form a deck for parties and family gatherings. They envision a tiny house that's both family and couple friendly. Alex and his fiancé, Annie, plan to take the house they call Atlas on their honeymoon this summer. Lance will use it for a vacation home with his kids. Like its nickname, you won't want to hit the road without this tiny house in tow!

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3:30
PM
Episode 101F

Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh don't want roots. These 20-somethings plan to make America their backyard with an adventure house-on-wheels. They've studied the options and decided to build their tiny dream home from scratch, but which builder has just the right plans to make their vision come to fruition? Tumbleweed Tiny House Company out of Sonoma, California, features a range of tiny beauties that are customizable. Our couple can let the company's team of builders make it from scratch for $45,000+ or they can pour sweat equity into the project and save half the price.

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4:00
PM
Episode 103F

Freelance set designers Chloe and Brandon spend much of their lives moving from city to city where they work on movie sets. They want a permanent home and they have the perfect solution: a mobile tiny house. What happens when two creative artists design such an abode? You get a one-of-a-kind tiny house influenced by pirate ships, gypsy caravans and movie sets!

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4:30
PM
Episode 105F

Trevor and Mary are creating a tiny house outside of Dayton, Ohio, that suits both their needs -- and those of their four cats! It's a house unlike any other tiny dwelling thanks to cat bridges and walkways throughout the plan. The creature comforts also include two spacious lofts, a foldaway office, big appliances, and a view unlike any other. The lucky couple is planting their tiny house on the family's wildlife refuge. Trevor and Mary are trading volunteer help with the animals in exchange for free parking. This tiny house build will certainly lead to lots of wild adventures!

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5:00
PM
Episode 107F

North Carolina project manager Jewel Pearson can't wait to leave her apartment lifestyle behind and embark on her very own tiny house journey. This modern 330-square foot design is built for a queen and may seem a bit extravagant to an outsider. For Jewel, however, the 6 ft. by 3ft. closet, the screened-in porch and the balcony are a necessity! Jewel plans to blend all of her favorite household luxuries with the freedom of the open road!

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5:30
PM
Episode 109F

Jarrod and Ali Boyle have always loved living tiny. Both remember a simpler time with few material possessions and at a moment's notice they could take off in their small camper to go exploring on our great nation's highways. As owners of a Washington family winery, Jarrod and Ali wish to re-visit their tiny, carefree past with not one tiny house, but TWO! Each tiny home will possess its own unique style with a twist: the Boyles challenge two teams of builders to create the most amazing tiny guest abode ever! Bragging rights are at stake when these two teams go neck-and-neck to build the best 'tiny' in only ten days!

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6:00
PM
Episode 111F

Rob Irwin knows a lot about form and function working together, which is absolutely necessary to tiny house living. This industrial designer is building a 300-square foot house with all sorts of engineering feats and eco-friendly features including a butterfly-angled roof that captures rainwater, an attached chicken coop that lets you grab fresh eggs from inside the house, an aquaponics system where he can grow fresh herbs year-round, solar panels for heating and even an efficient climbing wall to get to the loft! This is eco-living tiny-style!

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6:30
PM
Episode 113F

Pipeline controls specialist Mark Eaves and wife Angela Eaves, an ultrasound technologist, don't believe everything in Texas needs to be big - especially when it comes to their house! The two need to relocate often for work and they're tired of constantly moving from one rental to another. The perfect solution? A tiny home-on-wheels that goes wherever they go. No need to pack and unpack ever again!

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7:00
PM
Episode 1505

Lindsey and Dave Leker love their home, the location, and the space. But with every house there are some problems. Their master bath is not a master space, and the shower in the hallway bathroom barely works. Their plan is to demo both bathrooms and create one larger space for the family to use. But with old bathrooms come old plumbing and old drywall. Can this couple handle it?

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7:30
PM
Episode 1506

Roommates Hank Owen and Stephen Palmer want to turn their wasted space into a man cave. The room currently houses a bunch of couches and is too dark. Although their renovation skills are minimal, they try to pull it off with some interesting tactics and their sweet karate moves.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1507

Teresa Davies and her husband Paul are sick of their sons' nasty bathroom. They have 4 boys who terrorize the bathroom, and they are ready to gut the whole space. What they discover is three boys can destroy anything. Boogers, broken walls, and bathtubs challenge the couple.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1508

Anthony Thomas and his mother, Lisa Ramsey, have been renovating Anthony's 106 year old house. They're finally ready for the biggest project, the kitchen. They need to demolish everything in the space and start new. But with a house over one hundred years old anything can lay behind those walls.

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9:00
PM
Episode 1511

Mike and Claudia are over their master bathroom. The hate runs so deep that they have never used the shower once, and have lived there for over a year. But with 4+ people using one bathroom, they're ready to renovate. Mike and Claudia want to rip everything out, and even open up their closet to make the space larger.

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9:30
PM
Episode 1512

John and Aleta Lynch love their historic home in downtown Phoenix. But with a historic home, comes some quirks they want to change. They plan to open up their kitchen for a more practical space. With a wall separating the dining room and the kitchen they hate how closed off it feels. With a lot of laughs, and some handiness, the Lynch's really have their work cut out.

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10:00
PM
Episode 1509

John Eubank has been slowly renovating his home in downtown Baltimore for around 2 years. The final step for him is the kitchen where he plans to demo a wall to create an open floor plan. For this renovation he has talked his girlfriend, Whitney, into helping. With her go-getter attitude, and his "experience" they feel ready to tackle the kitchen. Will this kitchen end up tackling them?

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10:30
PM
Episode 1510

Kim and Jon Sherman hate their laundry room space. With lots of kids making it messy, it's time for a change. They want to transform the space into a mudroom and a laundry room. To start they are going to blow out a wall and extend the room by 5 feet. The Shermans have their hands full with kids, a hole in their house, and a potential storm.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1401

Stephanie Schiding and her boyfriend, Sherrill, just bought their first condo. They're planning to completely gut their dirty and dingy kitchen and start fresh with new cabinets, new countertops, new flooring and new windows and doors. Stephanie's nonexistent renovation skills mixed with Sherrill's perfectionist attitude is surely going to cause some issues. In its current state, Stephanie and Sherrill's kitchen is truly a disaster, but with a little bit of luck and a lot of hard work, this kitchen nightmare can become the kitchen of their dreams.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1402

Hannah and Josh Ramsey have a massive home in Dallas, Texas. However, the whole house needs some work. Their newest renovation project will be their largest yet, converting two extremely small bathrooms, two bedrooms and a laundry area into one large master suite. Josh has a few DIY skills, but Hannah's knowledge of renovations both starts and stops at painting. The Ramseys have a big project on their hands, but they're eager to finally have a master suite they can be proud to call theirs.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1511

Mike and Claudia are over their master bathroom. The hate runs so deep that they have never used the shower once, and have lived there for over a year. But with 4+ people using one bathroom, they're ready to renovate. Mike and Claudia want to rip everything out, and even open up their closet to make the space larger.

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12:30
AM
Episode 1512

John and Aleta Lynch love their historic home in downtown Phoenix. But with a historic home, comes some quirks they want to change. They plan to open up their kitchen for a more practical space. With a wall separating the dining room and the kitchen they hate how closed off it feels. With a lot of laughs, and some handiness, the Lynch's really have their work cut out.

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1:00
AM
Episode 1509

John Eubank has been slowly renovating his home in downtown Baltimore for around 2 years. The final step for him is the kitchen where he plans to demo a wall to create an open floor plan. For this renovation he has talked his girlfriend, Whitney, into helping. With her go-getter attitude, and his "experience" they feel ready to tackle the kitchen. Will this kitchen end up tackling them?

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1:30
AM
Episode 1510

Kim and Jon Sherman hate their laundry room space. With lots of kids making it messy, it's time for a change. They want to transform the space into a mudroom and a laundry room. To start they are going to blow out a wall and extend the room by 5 feet. The Shermans have their hands full with kids, a hole in their house, and a potential storm.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1401

Stephanie Schiding and her boyfriend, Sherrill, just bought their first condo. They're planning to completely gut their dirty and dingy kitchen and start fresh with new cabinets, new countertops, new flooring and new windows and doors. Stephanie's nonexistent renovation skills mixed with Sherrill's perfectionist attitude is surely going to cause some issues. In its current state, Stephanie and Sherrill's kitchen is truly a disaster, but with a little bit of luck and a lot of hard work, this kitchen nightmare can become the kitchen of their dreams.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1402

Hannah and Josh Ramsey have a massive home in Dallas, Texas. However, the whole house needs some work. Their newest renovation project will be their largest yet, converting two extremely small bathrooms, two bedrooms and a laundry area into one large master suite. Josh has a few DIY skills, but Hannah's knowledge of renovations both starts and stops at painting. The Ramseys have a big project on their hands, but they're eager to finally have a master suite they can be proud to call theirs.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1507

Teresa Davies and her husband Paul are sick of their sons' nasty bathroom. They have 4 boys who terrorize the bathroom, and they are ready to gut the whole space. What they discover is three boys can destroy anything. Boogers, broken walls, and bathtubs challenge the couple.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1508

Anthony Thomas and his mother, Lisa Ramsey, have been renovating Anthony's 106 year old house. They're finally ready for the biggest project, the kitchen. They need to demolish everything in the space and start new. But with a house over one hundred years old anything can lay behind those walls.

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4:30
AM
Episode 110

Host and licensed contractor Jeff Devlin helps a suburban couple transform their master suite into their own "vacation getaway." Will they opt for the Mountain Lodge look, the Mediterranean feel or Island retreat? Jeff backs his bags-and his tool belt- to transform this bedroom from boring to Bon Voyage!

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