TV Schedule

Thursday, Jul 6

7:00
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Episode 802

A 70s kitchen eyesore, complete with blue plaid wall paper, mismatched appliances and an awkward faux brick feature wall gets an update from licensed contractor James Young. The homeowners like the rustic look, but hope for a more sophisticated, functional kitchen. With help from James, the couple demos the kitchen, leaving behind well-made cabinets that get a clever facelift. A limestone feature wall gives the new space the focal point the homeowners are looking for, while a copper backsplash, distressed pine flooring and unusual use of wallpaper adds to the rustic country kitchen makeover. With a budget of $25,000, James' clever use of materials gives the reno a huge bang for the buck.

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7:30
AM
Episode 102

A single mom has a garage overflowing with junk, and it's up to Kraig and the Garage Brothers to transform it into a room where her two rambunctious sons can play. Frank and Peaches do the heavy lifting but don't find much. Kraig is down in the dumps when all they recover are a few trinkets and a toilet. Will this job put them in the hole, or will a last minute find flush out a profit?

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8:00
AM
Episode 402

This episode features a washer/dryer combo with blue tooth control, deck paint that dries faster, wall murals made with your photos, lightweight, roll-up luggage, a cleaning blob that gets into the tiniest places, pebble tile sheets for the wall, a bar tool set for hardware lovers, a disposable litter box and panels that hold items steady in a car trunk. Plus, a kitchen cookie jar that locks, colorful duck tape that is a work of art, a flavor enhancer for chefs, a lock that holds a ladder steady and secure, a sprinkler that alternates spray at the push of a button, and wine holders shaped like animals.

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8:30
AM
Episode 106

Newlyweds Whitney and Joey have just purchased their dream home in an exclusive gated community. While they love the inside, the existing deck has some serious issues. It's old, rotting and doesn't fit their needs. Plus, their aging dog is having trouble using the stairs. So, they challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck complete with an outdoor kitchen, state-of-the-art hot tub and a custom staircase for their small dog. The design plans also call for a circular outdoor living room with rounded gas fire pit and pergola, a second seating area with fire pit located near their new hot tub, and a custom iron staircase.

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9:00
AM
Episode 104

John and Bonnie have a very large family and a very small deck. And with their six adult children living nearby, they really want a place for the family to gather. So, they've decided to turn their old deck into the ultimate party deck. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $300,000 deck that takes advantage of the gorgeous views and adds 1700 square feet of outdoor living space. The plans call for a comfortable living room with gas fireplace, a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature some of the best ideas when it comes to improving outdoor privacy.

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9:30
AM
Episode 201

The Mega Deck team transforms a tiny, cramped deck into the perfect outdoor entertaining space with 1600 square feet of luxury. A detailed concrete pour proves challenging for the team and less-than-idea soil conditions are an unwelcome surprise. And, major decisions have to be made before they can finish the focal point of the whole deck- a massive pizza oven! Even with these road bumps, the team pulls off an amazing, partially enclosed, outdoor living space topped off with a wood-burning fireplace, custom kitchen, and hot tub.

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10:00
AM
Episode 202

The Mega Deck team tears down a dilapidated and useless deck to make room for a $200,000 rustic retreat. But, when an engineer nixes the timber-framed roof design, the crew's got to think quickly on their feet. Even with design changes and delayed materials, they're able to create a space with a fireplace, skylights, a fire pit, pergola, and rustic accents in under three months.

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10:30
AM
Episode 203

The biggest demo in Mega Decks history gets underway by tearing down 1500 square feet of stucco. Then, steel framing and 500 pound beams go up to support three different roof styles. A pergola, a flat roof with a skylight, and a gable roof with a skylight all protect this family from the sun, the wind, and the unpredictable Colorado weather. Plus, replacing the stucco with wrought iron rails and staircase opens up the views for this family.

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11:00
AM
Episode 204

The Mega Deck team has to turn a sunroom, concrete patio, and dirt landing by the pond into one cohesive space. After tearing out the sunroom, they build a steel framed deck with a flat roof that's connected to the existing patio. Then, they create a walkway that leads down to a new, concrete patio by the pond. While everything up by the house has a modern and zen-like feel, the retreat by the pond is much more natural with stone seating and a fire pit.

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11:30
AM
Episode 205

With a half a million-dollar budget, this deck spares no expense. And, with the tightest timeline this team has ever had, they've got their work cut out for them. With features like an elevator, mahogany decking, three skylights, and glass walls and flooring, the 12 week deadline that the homeowners have given the team puts a ton of stress on everyone. And, the rain, snow, and cold temperatures that come with fall don't help get this job done in half the time it should take.

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12:00
PM
Episode 206

It's the Mega team to the rescue, as they overhaul an ugly, exposed and downright dangerous deck disaster. They face challenging weather, rotting wood and even an infestation while transforming two separate and unusable spaces into a sprawling, year-round retreat. With two fire features, custom stone-work, pizza oven and glass walls this space is a four-season cohesive masterpiece. The team builds a custom granite floor in the outdoor kitchen, brightens up the space with a massive skylight and injects the homeowners artsy personal style into this unique project.

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12:30
PM
Episode 207

Garth is challenged to create a modern, spacious deck while maintaining a log cabin feel. His plan includes redoing their entire wrap-around porch with steel framing and maintenance-free decking, adding a rounded section with a fire pit and expanding the main area to become a fully enclosed glass living space. But, the team is thrown for a loop when the homeowners completely change the design plan with three weeks to spare. Add in weather challenges, rotted-out material and last minute crew changes and this Mega Deck just barely finishes in time.

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1:00
PM
Episode 208

The team builds their biggest and most expensive masterpiece over four months on a $750,000 budget. Big problems start after finishing the deck, when freezing temperatures put an indefinite hold on finishing the pool. In the end, it will all be worth the wait for a luxurious space with a heated patio, giant pool, hot tub and private master suite deck.

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1:30
PM
Episode 209

The Mega Deck team faces unbelievable hurdles with this project: a nearly impassable access road, crazy mountain weather, and a build site that sits on top of a granite boulder, all at an elevation of 9000 ft in Estes Park, CO. But, the build team can sit back and enjoy someone else doing the heavy lifting when they get a helicopter to fly a 1000 lb. spiral staircase to the deck instead of hauling it up themselves. And, at the end, the gable-covered deck with skylights, a custom kitchen, and recessed glass panels, is exactly what the homeowners needed in order to fully enjoy their mountain retreat all year 'round!

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2:00
PM
Episode 210

A young family calls the team for help with their unsafe wooden deck that's falling apart. Garth and the team face a huge challenge transforming this rickety eyesore into a two-story masterpiece with a stone kitchen and bar, fire and water features and a spiral staircase.

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2:30
PM
Episode 211

It took a phone call from their daughter for the Mega Crew to jumpstart this deck, but that doesn't mean the whole family isn't thrilled to get it done! The plan is to demo a 1970s-era sunroom and small, disjointed deck to create one space where they can cook, eat, entertain and stay warm. A stone-clad kitchen, two-sided fireplace, water features and custom privacy wall work together to create a cozy and functional space that the whole family can enjoy. And while no-show inspectors, measurement miscalculations and unpredictable spring snow storms all threaten to bring this build to a halt, the crew plows on to close this one out in just eleven weeks.

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3:00
PM
Episode 212

Gazing from a cramped deck is no way to take in gorgeous mountain views, so the Mega Team has big plans to knock it down and create a larger, enclosed space that the homeowners can enjoy throughout the year. But as the crew uncovers a retaining wall below, the plans for expansion come into question. They also battle cold temperatures, icy terrain and hoisting a 500-pound door over the edge of a 25-foot cliff. In the end, the custom fire rail, full glass enclosure, skylight, custom kitchen and private master suite deck make it worth all the effort.

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3:30
PM
Episode 213

When Aaron and Michelle called the Mega Team, they never dreamed Garth would hop on a plane and travel 1600 miles to give them the outdoor living space they'd always wanted, but that's exactly what happened. Now the team has to transform their useless, small and shabby two-level deck into a double decker party zone with all the familiarities of home. 18-foot high ceilings, 11-foot tall glass panels and more audio and visual elements than they've ever seen all come together to create one mega deck.

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4:00
PM
Episode 102F

Married couple Sean and Tara plan to work less and live more by moving in to a 140 square foot tiny home with a rustic, lived-in, cabin look. The build team gets to work on a design that includes a custom bay window and window seat, built in bookshelves under the stairs and a guest bedroom loft. The design team searches for the perfect multi purpose table.

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4:30
PM
Episode 103F

Tyson and Michelle are tasked with building a tiny home for newly engaged Indianapolis couple Chris and Sarah with a Victorian design, inspired by Sarah's childhood home. The build crew gets to work, maximizing floor space for the couple and their three pets. Tyson and Michelle track down an antique claw foot tub and repurpose an antique trunk.

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5:00
PM
Episode 104F

Erik and his wife Amie love to travel and plan to save money by moving in to a tiny home. They turn to Tyson and Michelle to design the modern masterpiece Erik desires with the peaceful, Zen inspired space Amie craves. The team designs them a spa like bathroom, modern kitchen and exterior featuring a roof top deck.

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5:30
PM
Episode 105F

Kate, Abraham and their three children are downsizing from their 5,000 square foot home in the suburbs into a 250 square foot tiny home to live their dream of traveling the country together. Tyson and Michelle come up with a modern design that features three separate bedrooms, a bathroom with a soaking tub and an indoor and outdoor family gathering space.

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6:00
PM
Episode 112F

Married California couple Shawn and Shelly have always dreamed of owning a vacation home in Maui, but instead of spending a fortune on beachfront property, they turn to Tiny Heirloom to build their ideal tiny home. Tyson and Michelle bring the traditional yet rustic touches of the home to life while maximizing space for friends and family, including a chef's full-sized kitchen, two bedrooms and a full-size outdoor deck.

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6:30
PM
Episode 110F

David and Jennifer have never lived in a home of their own before. With David's career in the military, he and his family need to remain mobile, but they are ready to relax inside a more luxurious 200 sq/ft space. Tyson and the guys build them their very own tiny home, with three separate bedrooms, filled with retro and earthy pieces picked by Michelle and the girls.

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7:00
PM
Episode 108F

Atlanta newlyweds Jacob and Arielle are ready to downsize from their 1,500-square-foot home to a 200-square-foot tiny home, so they have the freedom and mobility to go wherever their budding music careers may take them. Tyson is tasked with building a rooftop deck and a soundproof music studio, while Michelle brings their vision to life with a midcentury modern design.

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7:30
PM
Episode 106F

US Air Force officer, Adam, and his wife, ShaeLyn, seek Tiny Heirloom's help in building their dream tiny home, with easy mobility to get up and go for their next relocation. Tyson is tasked with building a 50 sq ft bathroom and a large kitchen, complete with a kegerator. Michelle brings the couple's tastes to life with a craftsman-inspired design.

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8:00
PM
Episode 202H

In Medford, Oregon, Karin dreams of building a portable tiny home identical to her current house for her and her granddaughter, Hale, to travel the country in and visit friends and family. Tyson and the guys get to work building a tiny home replica that includes a full-size baker's kitchen and a custom-built wine rack, while Michelle and her design team bring Karin's cozy beach cottage to life with coastal vibe materials.

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8:30
PM
Episode 204H

A Washington nature enthusiast dreams of a simpler life in the great outdoors and decides to downsize to a 240-square-foot tiny home. Tyson and the team work to maximize floor space while Michelle brings the outdoors inside by adding natural accents.

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9:00
PM
Episode 208H

Tyson and the Heirloom team head to Bend, OR, to help an entrepreneur with dreams of growing her business in a rustic and whimsical tiny house. The team gets to work building a creative workspace platform directly over her bedroom nook and use raw materials, live edge shelving, copper and floral textures to give the home the cozy feeling she's looking for. Will the finished product be everything this first-time homebuyer wants?

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9:30
PM
Episode 207H

A Washington DC couple dreams of having a modern and toddler-friendly tiny home near their family on Chesapeake Bay. Tyson and Michelle's build team begins the project with a ground floor nursery, a maxed-out kitchen and spacious dining area. Meanwhile, Michelle and the girls deck out the home in a traditional Scandinavian style and include a built-in living herb garden.

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10:00
PM
Episode 206H

An Alabama father dreams of owning a tiny home with an outdoor entertainment space for him and his two sons to travel the great outdoors and tailgate at football games. Tyson and the guys maximize as much fun and space as possible for his boys with an outdoor basketball hoop and two connected lofts with a rock-climbing ladder. Michelle brings his Southern charm to life with a farmhouse-inspired design style featuring wood accents and antique pieces for a cozy and timeless touch.

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10:30
PM
Episode 205H

Environmental entrepreneurs Paty and Diego turn to Tyson and Michelle to bring their modern and Bohemian tastes to life in an eco-friendly tiny home. The Miami couple dreams of traveling the world while running their home business. Their custom home features a rooftop deck with a sustainable grass alternative, a home office and bamboo wood accents throughout.

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11:00
PM
Episode 114F

Mississippi engaged couple, Breck and Kelsey, don't want to sacrifice their passions while going tiny. They turn to Tiny Heirloom to make their dreams come true with a place to call their own, complete with a rock climbing wall and an office loft. Michelle and the girls work their magic, fusing together both of Breck and Kelsey's industrial and bohemian-chic styles into the home, while Tyson and the boys do some heavy lifting putting up the exterior rock climbing wall and a garage door wall for the home.

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11:30
PM
Episode 115F

Ben, Amory and their two children are excited to escape from their everyday lives and head to Colorado for a relaxing vacation. Tyson and the build team get to work building two loft spaces, a home office and a family-sized lounge area in the 200-square-foot space, while Michelle and the design team bring the couple's mountain yet modern tastes to life.

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12:00
AM
Episode 208H

Tyson and the Heirloom team head to Bend, OR, to help an entrepreneur with dreams of growing her business in a rustic and whimsical tiny house. The team gets to work building a creative workspace platform directly over her bedroom nook and use raw materials, live edge shelving, copper and floral textures to give the home the cozy feeling she's looking for. Will the finished product be everything this first-time homebuyer wants?

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12:30
AM
Episode 207H

A Washington DC couple dreams of having a modern and toddler-friendly tiny home near their family on Chesapeake Bay. Tyson and Michelle's build team begins the project with a ground floor nursery, a maxed-out kitchen and spacious dining area. Meanwhile, Michelle and the girls deck out the home in a traditional Scandinavian style and include a built-in living herb garden.

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1:00
AM
Episode 206H

An Alabama father dreams of owning a tiny home with an outdoor entertainment space for him and his two sons to travel the great outdoors and tailgate at football games. Tyson and the guys maximize as much fun and space as possible for his boys with an outdoor basketball hoop and two connected lofts with a rock-climbing ladder. Michelle brings his Southern charm to life with a farmhouse-inspired design style featuring wood accents and antique pieces for a cozy and timeless touch.

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1:30
AM
Episode 205H

Environmental entrepreneurs Paty and Diego turn to Tyson and Michelle to bring their modern and Bohemian tastes to life in an eco-friendly tiny home. The Miami couple dreams of traveling the world while running their home business. Their custom home features a rooftop deck with a sustainable grass alternative, a home office and bamboo wood accents throughout.

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2:00
AM
Episode 114F

Mississippi engaged couple, Breck and Kelsey, don't want to sacrifice their passions while going tiny. They turn to Tiny Heirloom to make their dreams come true with a place to call their own, complete with a rock climbing wall and an office loft. Michelle and the girls work their magic, fusing together both of Breck and Kelsey's industrial and bohemian-chic styles into the home, while Tyson and the boys do some heavy lifting putting up the exterior rock climbing wall and a garage door wall for the home.

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2:30
AM
Episode 115F

Ben, Amory and their two children are excited to escape from their everyday lives and head to Colorado for a relaxing vacation. Tyson and the build team get to work building two loft spaces, a home office and a family-sized lounge area in the 200-square-foot space, while Michelle and the design team bring the couple's mountain yet modern tastes to life.

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3:00
AM
Episode 202H

In Medford, Oregon, Karin dreams of building a portable tiny home identical to her current house for her and her granddaughter, Hale, to travel the country in and visit friends and family. Tyson and the guys get to work building a tiny home replica that includes a full-size baker's kitchen and a custom-built wine rack, while Michelle and her design team bring Karin's cozy beach cottage to life with coastal vibe materials.

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3:30
AM
Episode 204H

A Washington nature enthusiast dreams of a simpler life in the great outdoors and decides to downsize to a 240-square-foot tiny home. Tyson and the team work to maximize floor space while Michelle brings the outdoors inside by adding natural accents.

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4:30
AM
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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