TV Schedule

Thursday, Jan 12

7:00
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Episode 103

Rev and Justine trick out their master suite and turn it into a modern masterpiece, complete with their own private living room.

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7:30
AM
Episode 603

Tyrone has many happy childhood memories of going to Grandma's house. But now that he OWNS Grandma's house and has a wife and five kids, those happy memories have turned into frustration—especially when it comes to the kitchen. It's too small, too tattered, and the cabinets are just plain too tall! With no room to expand, James Young needs to make this kitchen live bigger and function better. He starts by opening up a wall and creating a peninsula, then installs new stock cabinets with a rolling ladder added on to reach the high spots, then brings in walnut countertops, concrete tile for the floor, and new stainless appliances.

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8:00
AM
Episode 703

When Janet bought her contemporary home, lake living was her top priority. Unfortunately, her amazing house came equipped with a tiny kitchen tucked back in a corner that obscures any sight of the lake! License contractor James Young knows priority number one is removing the walls to completely open up the space. They'll add a blend of rustic contemporary style with materials ranging from reclaimed barn wood to more modern metal and concrete. Other plans for the kitchen include all new base cabinets combined with open shelving, a large contemporary mural, and a river rock epoxy floor.

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8:30
AM
Episode 713

Loshi & Justin know the cramped kitchen in their 50's ranch-style home has tons of potential, but they're overwhelmed at the prospect of tackling it on their own. They both love the vibe of the American southwest where Justin is from and want their kitchen to reflect their style. James Young finds creative ways to add southwestern flair to the space while working with a budget of $20,000. The existing floor and cabinets get major facelifts, new countertops are fabricated from sheets of copper, and warm splashes of color are added throughout including a hand-painted sink and a terra cotta backsplash.

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9:00
AM
Episode S14

The Perrins brothers are building an extremely remote log hunting cabin in the heart of the Alaskan Range. Steve Perrins II, a native Alaskan, is heading up the build. He will lead his team, which consists of his four younger brothers and his wife, 13 miles on horseback into the deep wilderness of Sheep Lake where they have just two weeks to construct an entire single-story cabin. The build process will include the use of archaic tools, materials, and pioneering techniques throughout. In addition to their tight deadline, unpredictable weather, encroaching wildlife and the daily adventures of building in remote Alaskan will challenge their every will and wit.

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10:00
AM
Episode S15

Ana and Jacob White, leading furniture DIY-ers with thousands of social media followers, build their dream cabin in the remote Alaskan interior on Paxson Lake. With their baby son and 8-year-old daughter in tow, it's a family affair as they fight the extreme elements of Alaska and put their carpentry skills to the ultimate test.

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11:00
AM
Episode S17

Jason and Crystal always wanted an escape in the middle of Maine's secluded coastline for their family to unplug and enjoy nature. With the help of a small group of friends, they set their sights on building a 320-square-foot cabin in just 12 days. Between the weather, rough terrain and limited access, it's a challenging and exhausting road to the finish line. Their hard work pays off when they can relax in their dream cabin complete with a loft, solar shower, water catchment system and custom touches.

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12:00
PM
Episode 102F

Diandra and Tyler build a brand new house in an upcountry area of the Big Island. Skylights are placed throughout the home, including a giant one in the master bedroom that will allow the homeowners to sleep under the stars. The open kitchen gets decked out with Madagascar Blue granite countertops and the back of the house gets a free-form lanai with a rock-salt finish to give an unbeatable connection to the rolling hills outside. But all that work doesn't stop Tyler and Diandra from hitting the beach to enjoy a picturesque sunset on the Kona coast.

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12:30
PM
Episode 104F

Diandra and Tyler are ready to sell the first house they ever built in Hawaii, but the Ocean View house needs some freshening up first, including replacing a rotted-out back lanai. An impending hurricane could throw a wrench into their plans. With only a week before the open house, Diandra and Tyler have to work fast. Hopefully their efforts pay off when a local real estate agent arrives to appraise their home for sale.

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1:00
PM
Episode 106F

The Dickinsons begin the transformation of a 1970's fixer-upper by revitalizing an algae-filled pool in the backyard. Diandra finds the perfect glass tile to replace the outdated ceramic waterline tiles, while Tyler fixes the cracked pool deck and builds a stained douglas fir fence around it. Then they build an outdoor shower with a rainfall shower head and basalt pavers, to make the pool area feel like a spa. Diandra and Tyler also take clients to assess two Big Island lots as potential sites for the their future family home.

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1:30
PM
Episode 108F

The Dickinsons' strategy to attract potential buyers to a spec home with the curb appeal of a lava stamp driveway has paid off. A realtor has clients who already want to look at the house, but there's still so much work left to do! Now, Diandra and Tyler must scramble to build a master suite, kitchen and outdoor shower before the realtor brings her clients for a walk-through. Will enough work be done to impress the potential buyers?

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2:00
PM
Episode 101F

Diandra and Tyler are on the hunt to find an empty lot with great ocean views. They want to build a spec home on the property that they can turn around and sell in the coming year. In the midst of their property search, they're also building a lanai and creating a spacious backyard for clients Dana and Scott Ast. The lanai will double the livable space for the Asts, and give them a gorgeous connection to the outdoors. The landscaping in the yard includes paths lined with lava rock, jade trees, and a dwarf pink lemon tree that proves tricky to transplant.

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2:30
PM
Episode 103F

Diandra and Tyler fly to Maui to get inspiration for renovating a vacation rental property back on the Big Island. They'll update the home's kitchen and the outdoor entertaining area, complete with pool and brand new barbecue. The Dickinsons also hold a traditional lot blessing at a new property they hope to build their dream home on someday soon.

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3:00
PM
Episode 105F

Diandra and Tyler create a custom lava-stamp driveway and front lanai that add major curb appeal to a spec home in the Palisades area of Kona. They head to a remote volcanic lava field to make rubber molds of lava rock. Then they use the molds to stamp patterns in the concrete driveway, making it look like a Hawaiian lava flow. Diandra also tours two potential fixer-uppers with Thames, an investor, with hopes of partnering on a house flip together; if they can find a suitable property.

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3:30
PM
Episode 107F

Diandra and Tyler flip a 1970's fixer-upper to get it ready for a broker's open. They focus on maximizing the ocean views by designing a new floor plan for the kitchen, and adding a thin cable railing on the lanai to open up the view. The master suite also gets updated with a new bathroom, complete with pebble stone flooring in the shower and a custom-made frosted glass wall. When problems arise with the granite counters and the stove in the kitchen, it's a rush to the finish in order to complete the house in time for the broker's open.

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4:00
PM
Episode 101

Yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler live in a village of yurts on the North Shore of Oahu but their family is growing, so they're adding on and building a whopping 1,400-square-foot yurt at the far end of their property. For this large-scale build, they're pulling out all the stops, creating an octagonal shaped kitchen made of native Kamani nut, funky stairs and a curvy media room. With just six weeks to finish this yurt before the rainy season begins, they scramble to give it a total wow factor.

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4:30
PM
Episode 103

Yurt Builders Nathan and Jenny Toler are headed to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, to build a Moroccan-style yurt for client Maisa who wants an affordable place that's all her own on her family's waterfront property. Inspired by their client's love of the ocean, Nathan and Jenny are determined to incorporate water into the design. But things don't go exactly as they planned. Watch how they redirect and redesign this stylish yurt to be everything Maisa could have hoped for and more.

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5:00
PM
Episode 105

Newlyweds Cheyenne and Austin are calling on yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler to build "their first place," a paniolo-inspired 16-foot yurt with a bedroom, bathroom and outdoor dining space on a picturesque piece of family farmland in Waimanalo, Oahu. Unique to this build are the specially engineered window frames Nathan must design to keep out Vog, or volcanic air pollution, that Austin is severely allergic to. Complete with romantic western touches and a custom farmhouse table as a wedding gift to the couple, this truly is a Love Yurt.

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5:30
PM
Episode 102

Yurt Builders Nathan and Jenny Toler meet up with clients Sara and Shawn who want to expand their current home in Haleiwa, Hawaii, to include a multi-functional 16-foot yurt that will serve as a yoga studio and lounge space for the couple and their two daughters. It is smooth sailing back at the Tolers' workshop as they begin sewing fabric walls and building out a tiny kitchen, but when it comes time to assemble the yurt at the build site, they're hit with massive downpours and construction mishaps. Watch as they overcome all obstacles to create a unique and zen space the whole family can enjoy.

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6:00
PM
Episode 104

Ryan and Ali are relocating to a beautiful lot on Hawaii's North Shore that they bought unseen on the internet. They've asked yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler to construct a safari-themed yurt with office and living space on the main floor and a half loft for two on the second level. Nathan and Jenny have their work cut out for them on this build as they are forced to battle incredibly high winds on top of this picturesque hilltop overlooking Turtle Bay. Watch as they create an incredible yurt with a view and stick around for a surprise ending.

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6:30
PM
Episode 106

Yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler are headed deep into the jungles of Maui, Hawaii, to build their biggest yurt yet. It's a giant two-story, 30-foot, hydro-powered yurt for their off-the-grid clients Christina and Boe. Getting materials to the remote build site proves to be a logistical nightmare, not to mention the monstrous yurt is being built on a steep hillside. And if things couldn't get worse, a tropical storm threatens to ruin everything. Watch what happens when the storm clouds pass and the clients return for an awe-inspiring reveal.

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7:00
PM
Episode 209F

Avid skier and snowboarder, Bridget Culp and Billy Lee, are leaving their expensive Denver rental behind to build a tiny house on a super frugal budget. Using reclaimed and free materials, they plan to finish their rustic tiny house-on-wheels in just six weeks before they take it on the ultimate ski road trip back to their hometown of Portland. With an insanely small budget will they have what it takes to get this house ready for the road trip of their dreams?

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7:30
PM
Episode 211F

Actor Seth Numrich was inspired from a young age by Henry David Thoreau's 'Walden' and the idea of being self-sufficient and self-sustaining. His goal is to build a home to take wherever his next acting job lands him -- and with the help of solar panels, a rainwater harvesting system, and a wind turbine he will have the ability to live completely off the grid.

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8:00
PM
Episode 213F

Nature lovers Justin and Emily Gerde want to get away from the constant upkeep a large home requires. They hire expert tiny house builder Jim Wilkins to build their very own outdoor-themed tiny birch house that will accommodate them, their toddler and their five pets. Jim's design includes all the necessities of home packed into a cozy 325-square-feet. Key features include in-floor "smugglers" storage, a medicine cabinet that doubles as a window, a toddler play loft and raw birch accents throughout.

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8:30
PM
Episode 214F

David and Teresa Crawford love their lives in Michigan but hate the winter weather. When Teresa approached her husband with the idea of going tiny and traveling south during snow season, he was intrigued. With the help of their family and friends, the Crawford's are building a tiny house so they can be snowbirds! Building on a 36-foot trailer, the Crawford's large 'tiny' will include a back deck large enough to transport David's motorcycle, a convertible guest bed couch, a built-in wine tap and a closed-off and completely private master bedroom.

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9:00
PM
Episode 406

Rebecca and Kendall push tiny to the extreme by giving up their traditional American home for an 84-square-foot tiny sheep wagon! It's a family affair as they're joined by Kendall's parents who come from a long line of sheepherders and wagon builders. Bare necessities are what this couple wants most, so no plumbing required for this teeny one-room space. They're not "sheepish" to admit that their friends are their biggest skeptics as they give it all up to follow their old-school American dream.

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9:30
PM
Episode 401

It's the ultimate test for an architecture student as Davis Richardson takes over his parents' driveway for the summer to construct his first-ever tiny house. The design includes a slanted wall that functions as both an open food pantry and bookshelf, an extended kitchen countertop that doubles as a workspace and a walk-in closet that also serves as his living room. With the school semester fast approaching, can Davis and his friends bring his amazing drawings to life before classes begin?

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10:00
PM
Episode 408

Emily just graduated with her Master's in Merchandising and Consumer Studies and is back living at home with her parents. To prove to herself and her family that she's capable of living a simpler lifestyle, she's moving into a shipping container turned tiny house. Brother-in-law Jon just so happens to be an engineer who specializes in converting metal boxes into beautiful livable spaces. Not willing to give up all her amenities, Emily is challenging Jon to build her a massive rooftop deck, a spacious bathroom and a walk-in closet that fits her enormous shoe collection!

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10:30
PM
Episode 403

Greg and Carla Short have decided to give tiny living a try outside Morgantown, WV. Greg is a singer/songwriter and is well known around town as a gifted musician, so it's no surprise he and Carla's tiny house will feature all sorts of music-themed features...and who better to help craft this special music box than his bandmates? The 250-square-foot tiny house includes a detachable stage where Greg and the boys can perform on the road and every room incorporates the Shorts' passion for music in surprisingly functional ways.

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11:00
PM
Episode 212F

When Jason and Blair realized the next few years of their lives would be mobile, they started looking for a solution. Their plan is to salvage a junkyard school bus and make it into stellar digs. The compact 100 square feet of space has lots of clever features including a wood-burning stove, a dining area that converts into a master bedroom, an on-the-go garden and a rooftop deck for stargazing.

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11:30
PM
Episode 210F

Personal trainers Mike and Jasmine want a house that's tailored to their fitness lifestyle. With traditional real estate out of their reach, they've decided to think outside the box. They've hired seasoned tiny house builders Sean McDonnel and Greg Zocher to create a 330-square foot fitness nest which not only provides all the popular necessities, but also a climbing wall, climbing bars, climbing rope, weight storage, and a pneumatic transforming table!

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12:00
AM
Episode 406

Rebecca and Kendall push tiny to the extreme by giving up their traditional American home for an 84-square-foot tiny sheep wagon! It's a family affair as they're joined by Kendall's parents who come from a long line of sheepherders and wagon builders. Bare necessities are what this couple wants most, so no plumbing required for this teeny one-room space. They're not "sheepish" to admit that their friends are their biggest skeptics as they give it all up to follow their old-school American dream.

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12:30
AM
Episode 401

It's the ultimate test for an architecture student as Davis Richardson takes over his parents' driveway for the summer to construct his first-ever tiny house. The design includes a slanted wall that functions as both an open food pantry and bookshelf, an extended kitchen countertop that doubles as a workspace and a walk-in closet that also serves as his living room. With the school semester fast approaching, can Davis and his friends bring his amazing drawings to life before classes begin?

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1:00
AM
Episode 408

Emily just graduated with her Master's in Merchandising and Consumer Studies and is back living at home with her parents. To prove to herself and her family that she's capable of living a simpler lifestyle, she's moving into a shipping container turned tiny house. Brother-in-law Jon just so happens to be an engineer who specializes in converting metal boxes into beautiful livable spaces. Not willing to give up all her amenities, Emily is challenging Jon to build her a massive rooftop deck, a spacious bathroom and a walk-in closet that fits her enormous shoe collection!

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1:30
AM
Episode 403

Greg and Carla Short have decided to give tiny living a try outside Morgantown, WV. Greg is a singer/songwriter and is well known around town as a gifted musician, so it's no surprise he and Carla's tiny house will feature all sorts of music-themed features...and who better to help craft this special music box than his bandmates? The 250-square-foot tiny house includes a detachable stage where Greg and the boys can perform on the road and every room incorporates the Shorts' passion for music in surprisingly functional ways.

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2:00
AM
Episode 212F

When Jason and Blair realized the next few years of their lives would be mobile, they started looking for a solution. Their plan is to salvage a junkyard school bus and make it into stellar digs. The compact 100 square feet of space has lots of clever features including a wood-burning stove, a dining area that converts into a master bedroom, an on-the-go garden and a rooftop deck for stargazing.

More About This Episode
2:30
AM
Episode 210F

Personal trainers Mike and Jasmine want a house that's tailored to their fitness lifestyle. With traditional real estate out of their reach, they've decided to think outside the box. They've hired seasoned tiny house builders Sean McDonnel and Greg Zocher to create a 330-square foot fitness nest which not only provides all the popular necessities, but also a climbing wall, climbing bars, climbing rope, weight storage, and a pneumatic transforming table!

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3:00
AM
Episode 213F

Nature lovers Justin and Emily Gerde want to get away from the constant upkeep a large home requires. They hire expert tiny house builder Jim Wilkins to build their very own outdoor-themed tiny birch house that will accommodate them, their toddler and their five pets. Jim's design includes all the necessities of home packed into a cozy 325-square-feet. Key features include in-floor "smugglers" storage, a medicine cabinet that doubles as a window, a toddler play loft and raw birch accents throughout.

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3:30
AM
Episode 214F

David and Teresa Crawford love their lives in Michigan but hate the winter weather. When Teresa approached her husband with the idea of going tiny and traveling south during snow season, he was intrigued. With the help of their family and friends, the Crawford's are building a tiny house so they can be snowbirds! Building on a 36-foot trailer, the Crawford's large 'tiny' will include a back deck large enough to transport David's motorcycle, a convertible guest bed couch, a built-in wine tap and a closed-off and completely private master bedroom.

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4:30
AM
Episode 405

Brad and Heather's living room features a confusing maze of doorways that lead to hallways that render the room itself almost useless. Anitra reveals a plan to knock down some worthless walls and close up some awkward doorways to create a space where the couple's three daughters can spread out and play, and where the whole family will want to spend time together. Custom-built furniture is on tap, including an ornate chest of drawers that will be re-imagined as a killer bar for Brad… and an oversized side table that the boys literally cut down to size to become a cool coffee table. With the room's largest wall fully closed off for the first time, monster built-ins are constructed and will become a high-tech entertainment center. They'll have secret storage and a surprise study desk inside, all hidden by mirrored doors antiqued by Anitra and Heather right in the backyard. Even a plain dining room table gets transformed with a custom-cut sheet of cherry plywood that gives the piece the exact right-size top for the space. Sleek new tile cladding and a repurposed mantel breathe new life into the existing fireplace, and the crew shows a clever way to replicate expensive barn door hardware with galvanized plumbing pipe and casters. From the newfound feeling of height and space in the living room to the glitzy toys in the media center to the dual beer taps as the fire-engine red bar, the new living room/dining room is a stylish spot for Brad and Heather's whole family… with 'Mega' written all over it.

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