TV Schedule

Monday, May 22

7:00
AM
Episode 709

Paul & Carla love the charm of their first-ring suburban neighborhood, and their spacious home is perfect for their growing family except the galley-style closed off kitchen. Licensed contractor James Young's plans include widening a doorway and nixing a sight-blocking cabinet to improve the flow of the home. Everything outdated is getting a makeover, and the improvements flow into an adjacent seating area where James gives them an inexpensive solution to solve their storage woes.

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7:30
AM
Episode 809

Jevetta and Amondo have three children and large extended families and the party is always at their large 1950s multi-level home in the city. Both Jevetta and Amondo love to cook and share their home with friends and family, but the cut off kitchen space with old, broken appliances don't make things much fun. Licensed contractor James Young can't wait to tear out the walls between the kitchen, living room and dining room, opening the entire space and giving them a party house! He knows the couple are fans of reused and recycled products, so with a budget of $40,000, he brings in historic tiles from France for the floor and eco-friendly bamboo cabinets. They splurge on a high-end backsplash and black walnut countertops to create a warm, open kitchen, perfect for entertaining.

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8:00
AM
Episode 309

TJ and Kate bought their 2-bedroom Craftsman because it had a huge backyard with lots of potential. Unfortunately, they are stuck on what to do with it. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick works with their existing features to create an eclectic entertaining space. The rundown pergola gets a facelift and is expanded, a lopsided brick fireplace gets balanced out with a second planter, old windows are stacked to form a wall and create an intimate entertaining space, and an old shed is repurposed into a backyard bar.

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8:30
AM
Episode 1701

Casper Grey and David McKenzie want to keep their tight-knit family together, but David needs a little more personal space. In order to achieve this, they have decided to turn the dingy, unlivable basement into a modern, fully functioning apartment for David. This way, he can be available to help with his grandchildren while still being able to live his bachelor lifestyle.

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9:00
AM
Episode 1702

Evan and Melanie Tatge cannot stand their current bathroom. With a tub they never use taking up space, they both agree a renovation is in order. Due to being amateurs, they run into some problems along the way. They power through leaky water pipes and vanities that don't fit in order to achieve their dream of a spacious, walk-in shower and a floor that perfectly matches their bedroom.

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9:30
AM
Episode 1703

Natalie Escamilla and Jim Fell hate their 1950's bathroom. Since it's current, outdated condition has been deemed unlivable and entirely too small, it's time for a renovation. With a tub that won't fit and sewage seeping out of the toilet, this couple faced more obstacles than they initially thought possible.

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10:00
AM
Episode 1704

Kayli Hillebrand hates her old kitchen. She enlists the help of her best friend, Megan Langford, to tear it apart and start new. Although these two work well together, they never imagined what sort of problems they would encounter. After a run-in with rats inside the walls, this is a renovation neither girl will soon forget.

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10:30
AM
Episode 1705

Whitnee and Cody Russell hate their kitchen. With a useless wall blocking their view to the living room and the small counter space hindering Whitnee's ability to cook, these two are ready to take on a renovation. However, troubles arise when they discover animal eggs and other hurdles they didn't expect to jump over!

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11:00
AM
Episode 1706

Husband and wife Bryan and April Aranda don't feel settled in their newly purchased home. They decide to renovate their living room and kitchen to fit their needs as a family of five. However, things don't go as well as they initially thought as they tackle their major home renovation.

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11:30
AM
Episode 1707

Tiffany Threadgould's outdated kitchen doesn't function well, so she enlists the help of her best friend, Kat Tingum, to make it beautiful again. The discovery of mouse poo and tricky wiring lead the friends to troubles they never thought they'd face during this renovation.

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12:00
PM
Episode 1708

Daniel Poole and his wife Kari feel that their master bedroom, which use to belong to Daniel's parents, could use some changes to make it fit their style. With floorboards that put up a fight and a discussion on how much closet space Kari should get, they realize how much they signed up for with this renovation.

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12:30
PM
Episode 1709

Danielle Cuccio has always dreamed of having a cottage-style bathroom. She enlists her fiance, Tyler Kasupski, to help her get it there, but the relationship is tested when this renovation isn't as easy as either one previously thought. Tempers run high as new holes in the ceiling and walls that won't budge make this project a stressful one.

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1:00
PM
Episode 1710

Randi and George Harvey love most of their home except for their master bathroom. They believe a renovation is definitely in order, but with 30-year-old "hair babies" and falling mirrors, this project proves it's easier said than done.

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1:30
PM
Episode 1711

Carolyn Ossorio and her husband Paul hate their old, rundown master bathroom and want to make it useful again. They quickly realize that is easier said than done in this episode. Although this couple knows how to work together, a bloody hand and busted plumbing put their patience to the test.

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2:00
PM
Episode 101F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Dean Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip. As with many of the old homes he acquires there are always unforeseen challenges, because one never really knows what one has until they begin pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend, Alex Cirimelli, to help tackle this 1932 Craftsman style bungalow. The bungalow features a stairway that seems to be nothing more than a code-clashing and design roadblock. Turning this code-defying set of stairs into a 'Stairway to Heaven' may just be the answer Troy and Alex have been looking for and the key to the most successful flip they've ever shared.

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2:30
PM
Episode 103F

Located in an area developed around the local railroad yard, this property was home to a family with generations who worked at those yards. Troy and Julie work together to create a historically accurate house, but also with all the amenities a modern family desires.

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3:00
PM
Episode 105F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as accomplishing a financially sound flip. Most of the old homes he acquires have unforeseen challenges -- because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend Julie Couch to help revive this Craftsman style bungalow. Located in a thriving part of town known as East Nashville, this property was originally built in 1923, and has undergone layers renovations with budget materials that stripped this house of its authentic charm and character. Troy and Julie work together to take out the new, restore the old, and replenish some of the history and dignity a true craftsman home of this age deserves. They do their best to return this home back to it's original beauty, creating a historically accurate house that will also appeal to today's buyers.

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3:30
PM
Episode 107F

Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, for some much needed help in reviving this property originally built in 1910. Their goal is to transform it from an eyesore into a fabulous Folk Victorian home that will attract a host of prospective buyers to this emerging part of Nashville known as Buena Vista.

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4:00
PM
Episode 109F

Troy and Julie Couch transform this derelict farmhouse into a charming home just outside of Nashville. Together, they face the unforeseen challenges that come out of the woodwork, literally, when flipping a property originally built in 1875. Their talents - and patience - are put to the test as they attempt to erase 140 years of aging and create a charming property that still retains it's heritage.

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4:30
PM
Episode 108F

Troy transforms the once impressive Queen Anne style living and dining rooms to their former glory, while the remaining layout of the house will be transformed into a master suite. With a newly exposed front porch and traditional details preserved throughout, this Queen Anne style home is sure catch the eye of the perfect buyer.

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5:00
PM
Episode 106F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip. Most of the old homes he acquires have unforeseen challenges -- because he never really knows what he has until he begins pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, to maximize every inch of space in this modest home. The master suite undergoes a complete transformation and the massive back yard is transformed to include an impressive outdoor living space. The restored outdoor decorative barn, and the new fire pit and farm table is sure to appeal to any future homeowner

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5:30
PM
Episode 104F

Nashville house flipper, Troy Shafer, renovates homes in historic communities throughout Nashville, Tennessee. Reviving historic homes is as important to Troy as is accomplishing a financially sound flip. As with many of the old homes he acquires there are always unforeseen challenges, because one never really knows what one has until they begin pulling back the years of neglect. Facing all those challenges and more, Troy calls upon designer friend, Julie Couch, to help rebuild the once grand 1939 minimal traditional home. The two story three bedroom, two bath home will be transformed into a three bedroom three bath dream cottage making this home a showpiece for both Troy and Juli.

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6:00
PM
Episode 101

Licensed Contractor, Real Estate Expert and Designer Rachel Street flips a historic row home in her hometown of Philadelphia, PA. She transforms the first floor layout into an open-concept space to make the home more enticing to today's buyers. She also exposes the brick along one side of the home and restores its original 100-year-old Hollywood door to honor the home's great history. Finally, she adds a bathroom to the third floor to transform the level into a stunning master suite.

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6:30
PM
Episode 101

They finally purchased the home of their dreams, but Good Morning America Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee and her husband Ben Aaron are about to learn some hard lessons as they begin renovating the kitchen. With Ben lacking even the most basic skills, Ginger has to muster the patience to get them through it.

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7:00
PM
Episode 102

It's time for Ben and Ginger to tackle their second major project in their house, the master bedroom and bath. Although Ben is getting better with tools, Ginger realizes he can't be left alone when he almost blows the entire budget trying to cut tiles.

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7:30
PM
Episode 103

Ben and Ginger's renovations move into the living room where they encounter problems with the fireplace. Then, Ginger gets dirty under the house while Ben learns that a door frame is the perfect place to put a door.

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8:00
PM
Episode 102

The Docked Out crew builds a custom dock for a family of three with two slips for their watercraft, room to dine and a surprise pullout hammock. On shore, they build a custom stone fire pit with a seating area perfect for relaxing under the stars.

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8:30
PM
Episode 107

The crew runs into river rock during the build and must improvise with a floating dock. The new dock features two stories, an upper-level fire pit and, as an added bonus, it's mobile.

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9:00
PM
Episode 104

The Docked Out crew builds a sun-and-surf themed dock for a family of three. The dock features a boat slip, solar panels, a swim step for easy water access and areas for both sun and shade. The crew also includes a custom paddleboard-inspired bench to celebrate the family's love of water sports.

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9:30
PM
Episode 109

The Docked Out crew transforms an empty lakefront property into a family-friendly party dock. The new fully customized dock features a swim deck, a custom bar, a boat slip and a football-inspired tailgating deck.

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10:00
PM
Episode 108

The crew tackles a custom build that's made for family fun. The dock features a fire pit, two living spaces and a custom climbing wall leading to a second-story perch that's perfect for jumping into the lake below.

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10:30
PM
Episode 105

The Docked Out crew builds a massive two-story dock that incorporates elements of the existing home and the river itself. The crew also builds a swim step, one-of-a-kind furniture made from driftwood pieces and a custom upper level with a view.

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11:00
PM
Episode 106

The crew tackles an overgrown lakefront property and adds custom elements for a family that loves fishing. They transform the space into an entertainment oasis featuring a new dock, a custom deck and a renovated gazebo.

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11:30
PM
Episode 103

The Docked Out crew builds a custom double-decker dock for a pilot's family featuring a seaplane landing strip. The dock also boasts two levels for entertaining, a dining space with a large custom table, living space and a bar.

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12:00
AM
Episode 104

The Docked Out crew builds a sun-and-surf themed dock for a family of three. The dock features a boat slip, solar panels, a swim step for easy water access and areas for both sun and shade. The crew also includes a custom paddleboard-inspired bench to celebrate the family's love of water sports.

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12:30
AM
Episode 109

The Docked Out crew transforms an empty lakefront property into a family-friendly party dock. The new fully customized dock features a swim deck, a custom bar, a boat slip and a football-inspired tailgating deck.

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1:00
AM
Episode 108

The crew tackles a custom build that's made for family fun. The dock features a fire pit, two living spaces and a custom climbing wall leading to a second-story perch that's perfect for jumping into the lake below.

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1:30
AM
Episode 105

The Docked Out crew builds a massive two-story dock that incorporates elements of the existing home and the river itself. The crew also builds a swim step, one-of-a-kind furniture made from driftwood pieces and a custom upper level with a view.

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2:00
AM
Episode 106

The crew tackles an overgrown lakefront property and adds custom elements for a family that loves fishing. They transform the space into an entertainment oasis featuring a new dock, a custom deck and a renovated gazebo.

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2:30
AM
Episode 103

The Docked Out crew builds a custom double-decker dock for a pilot's family featuring a seaplane landing strip. The dock also boasts two levels for entertaining, a dining space with a large custom table, living space and a bar.

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3:00
AM
Episode 102

The Docked Out crew builds a custom dock for a family of three with two slips for their watercraft, room to dine and a surprise pullout hammock. On shore, they build a custom stone fire pit with a seating area perfect for relaxing under the stars.

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3:30
AM
Episode 107

The crew runs into river rock during the build and must improvise with a floating dock. The new dock features two stories, an upper-level fire pit and, as an added bonus, it's mobile.

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4:30
AM
Episode 104

Keisha's back yard has exactly one asset a pool. But around it lies crumbling concrete, towering weeds and a pergola on the verge of collapse. Sara starts the makeover by repairing the concrete with an overlay, and upgrading the pergola with stone-clad posts. She adds a raised vegetable bed and fills the yard with Tuscan-inspired plants and features, including a stone fountain.

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