TV Schedule

Tuesday, Jun 13

7:00
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Episode 505

Newlyweds Nate and Danielle finally start work on their family room when their contractor discovers asbestos tiles under the old carpet. This setback threatens to derail their aggressive construction schedule and causes Danielle to question her ability to move into their home.

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7:30
AM
Episode 406

After months of renovating their Hawaii home, the end is in sight for the Wolensky family. But their final task may be their biggest challenge, when they attempt to turn their garbage dump of a yard into an island oasis.

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8:00
AM
Episode 212

Gary and Luiza are first time homeowners with big dreams for their fixer upper home. They've already knocked out a number of remodels in the past year, but their imagination runs dry when it comes to the barren, dusty backyard. Landscape Designer Sara Bendrick comes up with a low-maintenance plan for their yard that includes a concrete paver system as groundcover, and a water feature made from corrugated metal & basalt tile. A large pergola will shade a dining area and expansive outdoor kitchen.

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

Erica and Jeff have an overgrown mess of a backyard and no clue how to tackle it. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick wipes the slate clean and builds a raised deck, featuring a built-in hot tub, a cozy hammock, and personalized planters. Stained concrete pavers lead to a pair of lounging areas in the corners of the yard, featuring fire and water as focal points.

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9:00
AM
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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9:30
AM
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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10:00
AM
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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10:30
AM
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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11:00
AM
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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11:30
AM
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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12:00
PM
Episode 305F

North Dakota builder Jim Nelson lives for a challenge, so he and his team are building a game-changing two-story tiny house that they can tilt from horizontal to vertical. Key features in this snug 140-square-foot engineering feat include a front patio, furniture that can be locked down when the house tilts and an observation deck with panoramic views.

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12:30
PM
Episode 414

Rob and Sandi spend most of their free time on a ranch just outside of Las Vegas. Rob is a contractor and has built one tiny home before, so he's fully prepared to tackle a new, 200-square-foot tiny home with all sorts of rustic and handcrafted features.

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1:00
PM
Episode 501

A couple from the Jersey Shore looks to make life more affordable by converting an old houseboat into a floating dream home. With the help from their parents, they construct a funky and floating tiny house with their own unique style.

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1:30
PM
Episode 502

Surfing couple Sean and Angie want to build themselves an affordable tiny house in Oceanside, California. Sean uses his construction experience to design a nearly 400-square-foot tiny house with a long wish list including dog-friendly stairs, heated floors and a fire safety system. The only thing hampering their dreams? Days of unexpected rain!

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2:00
PM
Episode 503

A mother that has dreamed of living in a tiny home with eco-friendly features sets out to achieve her goal. She devises a special home with a full galley kitchen that includes hidden counter space, a laundry room built into the belly of the staircase and an entertainment area that hides a stowaway queen-size bed. Not everything goes according to plan, but the final product surpasses her expectations and brings her closer to satisfying her wanderlust.

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2:30
PM
Episode 504

An adventurous family of five sets out to enjoy life more fully by converting a school bus into a tiny house built for traveling. They may only have 235 square feet to work with, but they're including an area for home schooling, a relaxing place for the family to gather at night, sleeping accommodations, a kitchen and a bathroom. The build is sure to be a tough task -- especially in a rounded bus where nothing is plumb or square!

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3:00
PM
Episode 505

A recent graduate and her boyfriend take inspiration from an old 17th century ship while creating the tiny house of their dreams. Their nautical vision includes blue and green shingles that resemble waves, an aquarium and kitchen cabinets that resemble whiskey barrels on a pirate's ship. The couple is hoping to live off the grid so they're hiring an expert to design an unusual water pillow system to store rainwater for their personal use. They're hoping the finalized house will inspire them as they travel the coasts in search of a job in wildlife ecology.

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3:30
PM
Episode 506

A Colorado Springs, CO, fishing guide tired of the rising cost of rent gives tiny living a try. The outdoorsman wants to make his tiny house the ultimate fisherman's crash pad and his family will pitch in to give the interior an artistic touch. His living room will double as the entertainment room and the prep room where he and his friends can tie flies before hitting the water. On the exterior, the fishing features include special racks for rods and waders. The final step will be moving the tiny house into the hills - will everything continue to progress smoothly for the fisherman?

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4:00
PM
Episode 507

A world traveler discovers the perfect home base in a tiny house community in Lakeside, Arizona. Her quirky style pushes her designer to his creative limits with glitter countertops, bubble wall art and accent walls painted in chartreuse. On top of a tight deadline, the unpredictable weather of northern Arizona threatens to throw the construction completely off track.

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4:30
PM
Episode 508

A contractor that recently relocated to North Carolina is ready for a new building project. He enlists the help of his two daughters to create an adventure tiny house complete with a drawbridge, rooftop deck and even a zipline!

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5:00
PM
Episode 509

A young craftsman brings his expertise in woodworking and custom cabinetry to his 'mini mansion,' which he insists has a full-size bedroom, walk-in shower, handcrafted wine storage and a spacious linen closet. This tiny house is sure to not disappoint when it comes to luxury and style!

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5:30
PM
Episode 510

An Alaska couple is looking to buy their first house together and has decided to build their own tiny house yurt. Building in a scenic location is a high priority for the couple so they decide to construct their future home on a peaceful spot near Stone Step Lake. Their two-story fantasy yurt will include all the necessities the active couple may need including an underground freezer, a half-moon deck, a wood burning fireplace and enough weatherproofing to survive harsh Alaskan winters. Battling the cold weather will make construction a challenge -- will the couple and their building team pull it off?

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6:00
PM
Episode 511

A young couple with four kids and a fifth on the way are looking for the perfect tiny getaway. Their family owns lakeside property in Temple, GA, which makes for an ideal setting for a mobile tiny house. Their dream tiny home has a big list of must-haves that includes a mudroom to store all of their fishing and lake sporting gear as well as space to sleep seven. Outside, they're hoping to have an outdoor shower to hose off muddy kids and an outdoor living space with a porch. Will they be able to build the home of their dreams while staying within budget?

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6:30
PM
Episode 512

A self-proclaimed nomad who lives to travel and see the sights enlists his best friend's father to build a custom teardrop-style tiny house. This unique dwelling will feature dual swooped structures that are connected by a common deck. The main house will include a kitchen with full-size appliances, a massive sink, a large sitting area with a hidden big screen TV, plentiful storage and more. The second structure will be a dedicated -- and not so tiny -- bathroom that includes a large shower and walk-in closet. This house will truly be unlike any other tiny home!

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7:00
PM
Episode 513

A performing couple answers the call to travel and leave the rat race behind by building a mobile tiny home. To maximize mobility and match their gypsy lifestyle, the house is being constructed directly on the back of a diesel flatbed truck. The interior will feature carnival-inspired designs like a stage for performances, pop-out sections that expand the living space, a hand-built Japanese soaking tub, stained glass windows and antiques placed throughout. These gypsies' new home is just what the couple needs to share their passion for music and dancing around the country.

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7:30
PM
Episode 514

Sally Adams currently lives in a 450-square-foot yurt in her sister's backyard, but she's daring herself to go tinier. She challenges builder Janet Ashforth to make her 'tiny' stand apart from others with a clever Dutch door for her privy and a smart slide-out table for six.

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8:00
PM
Episode 102

Being close to the water in South Bethany, Delaware means unwanted wear and tear on Jay and Christine's back deck. They enlist Marnie to update and renovate the space by adding a stunning new outdoor shower, state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen and entertaining areas for all.

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8:30
PM
Episode 104

Due to the layout of their property, Tom and Kim's spacious backyard in Bethany Beach, Delaware, gets overrun by flooding during thunderstorms. They enlist Marnie to make the yard flood-proof and transform the impractical space into a stunning outdoor living area.

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9:00
PM
Episode 106

A couple has invested in a 50-year-old abandoned home in Dewey Beach, Delaware. They decide to hand the reins over to Marnie in the hopes she'll turn the fixer-upper into a safe vacation destination for their two boys. The crew runs into unexpected water damage and structural mishaps along the way, but Marnie's creativity transforms the soaked-through home into a beach beauty.

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9:30
PM
Episode 108

A couple's townhouse overlooks the Bethany Beach shoreline, and while the view can never get old, the inside remains dated and awkward. Marnie attempts to update the home, but the discovery of water damage may affect her ability to make the most of its dazzling view.

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10:00
PM
Episode 110

A couple turns to Marnie to help them transform their shabby A-frame retreat into a beautiful family beach home. But when Marnie discovers the house is held up by broken cinderblocks, she must use her creativity and a little help from her dad to bring the house back to life.

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10:30
PM
Episode 112

A couple's Bethany Beach, Delaware, home has become a cramped space in desperate need of reconfiguration as their family continues to grow. With a new open-concept layout, Marnie aims to preserve the integrity of the house while improving the flow and maximizing space for this growing family.

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11:00
PM
Episode 113

A determined couple has found a 1960s gem of a beach home with a rare design element: a unique breezeway running through its center! While some may view the home as a teardown, the couple is serious about preserving its classic look and expanding upon the unique breezeway. Marnie faces one of her toughest challenges yet as she attempts to create a modern, fresh look without altering the structural design of the house. Along the way, Marnie and her crew run into issues the aging house has developed over time, like rotting posts under the back porch. Marnie must tackle the 50-year-old layout and transform this unique beach home into a fun space the family can enjoy for years to come.

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11:30
PM
Episode 111

A couple with deep roots in the historic town of Bethany Beach, Delaware, decides to buy a classic beach cottage a block away from the water. While the location is perfect, the interior of the home has structural flaws and an awkward layout unfit for the former ship captain and his wife. It's up to Marnie and her team to ensure that the character of the beach cottage remains intact as she incorporates a maritime feel into this beach paradise.

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12:00
AM
Episode 106

A couple has invested in a 50-year-old abandoned home in Dewey Beach, Delaware. They decide to hand the reins over to Marnie in the hopes she'll turn the fixer-upper into a safe vacation destination for their two boys. The crew runs into unexpected water damage and structural mishaps along the way, but Marnie's creativity transforms the soaked-through home into a beach beauty.

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12:30
AM
Episode 108

A couple's townhouse overlooks the Bethany Beach shoreline, and while the view can never get old, the inside remains dated and awkward. Marnie attempts to update the home, but the discovery of water damage may affect her ability to make the most of its dazzling view.

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1:00
AM
Episode 110

A couple turns to Marnie to help them transform their shabby A-frame retreat into a beautiful family beach home. But when Marnie discovers the house is held up by broken cinderblocks, she must use her creativity and a little help from her dad to bring the house back to life.

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1:30
AM
Episode 112

A couple's Bethany Beach, Delaware, home has become a cramped space in desperate need of reconfiguration as their family continues to grow. With a new open-concept layout, Marnie aims to preserve the integrity of the house while improving the flow and maximizing space for this growing family.

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2:00
AM
Episode 113

A determined couple has found a 1960s gem of a beach home with a rare design element: a unique breezeway running through its center! While some may view the home as a teardown, the couple is serious about preserving its classic look and expanding upon the unique breezeway. Marnie faces one of her toughest challenges yet as she attempts to create a modern, fresh look without altering the structural design of the house. Along the way, Marnie and her crew run into issues the aging house has developed over time, like rotting posts under the back porch. Marnie must tackle the 50-year-old layout and transform this unique beach home into a fun space the family can enjoy for years to come.

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2:30
AM
Episode 111

A couple with deep roots in the historic town of Bethany Beach, Delaware, decides to buy a classic beach cottage a block away from the water. While the location is perfect, the interior of the home has structural flaws and an awkward layout unfit for the former ship captain and his wife. It's up to Marnie and her team to ensure that the character of the beach cottage remains intact as she incorporates a maritime feel into this beach paradise.

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3:00
AM
Episode 102

Being close to the water in South Bethany, Delaware means unwanted wear and tear on Jay and Christine's back deck. They enlist Marnie to update and renovate the space by adding a stunning new outdoor shower, state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen and entertaining areas for all.

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3:30
AM
Episode 104

Due to the layout of their property, Tom and Kim's spacious backyard in Bethany Beach, Delaware, gets overrun by flooding during thunderstorms. They enlist Marnie to make the yard flood-proof and transform the impractical space into a stunning outdoor living area.

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4:30
AM
Episode 210

Chantal and Vince have a long laundry list of projects to do in their house. The good news is that most of them have been started, the bad news is that none are finished! Will Bryan be able to help them get out of this reno rut?

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