TV Schedule

Friday, Sep 29

7:00
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Episode 201

Don and the crew at West End Salvage are approached by clients who recently relocated from nearby Nebraska. The wife is in the middle of giving her football loving husband the ultimate Corn Husker haven in their basement. They task the team with finishing off the space with a perfect bar. Inspired by their story, Don gets the Basement Boys to build a custom piece with two acutal vintage corn huskers as the foundation. Meanwhile, Don takes the difficult job of turning a heavy glove mold press into a lamp and pawns it off on Joe.

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7:30
AM
Episode 1401

Donny was born and raised in Cork County Ireland but now he is proud to call the USA his home. After falling in love with a Jersey Girl he had his first daughter and if that wasn't enough they then adopted a son. When they first moved in to their new home they had grand ideas of turning their basement into a play area for the kids, but now instead of playing in the basement, the kids took over the whole house as their play area. Now Donny wants to reclaim the basement for himself. We started out by wrapping the room in custom wainscoting then added an authentic handmade barn door, a custom bar and a TV so Donny will have a place to watch all of his favorite Irish sports.

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8:00
AM
Episode 402

Stephen Fanuka teams up with an up-and-coming designer to give a downtown loft apartment a major style upgrade. The bold design pushes Fanuka's team to the limit, but in the end they create a space that's as functional as it is beautiful.

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8:30
AM
Episode 101

After years of constant relocation, retired military officers Joe and Maddie have decided to turn their Colorado home into a dream retirement. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a two-story $200,000 deck that takes advantage of a pristine two-acre wildlife-filled backyard, and can be used year 'round. Four months later, the new Mega Deck in the treetops has an outdoor kitchen and living room, a new fire pit and retractable glass walls.

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9:00
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Episode 102

Mark loves his cliffside log home in the Rocky Mountains, but the small existing deck doesn't take advantage of the million-dollar view. The Mega Crew is challenged to build a $600,000 cliff-side deck that takes advantage of the panoramic mountain scenery and allows Mark to enjoy the frosty winters outside on his deck. After six months of construction, the Mega Deck is finally complete and homeowner Mark gets a tour of all the new features including a top-of-the-line barbecue grill and hot tub.

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9:30
AM
Episode 103

Twenty years ago, Brad and Ronnie built their dream home in the heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. They've got gorgeous mountain views and five acres of land, but their patio and decks are faded and cracked. With four separate outdoor spaces in the front of their home, the Mega Crew is challenged to update the entire façade. The plans call for an outdoor living room with fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, three pergolas, two roof top decks, a swim spa and a large water feature.

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10:00
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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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10:30
AM
Episode 105

Ed and Becky have two growing children, and they live next to a golf course. But their old deck just isn't working. It's weathered and crumbling, and can only be used a few months a year. So they challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck that will serve as the ultimate spot to barbecue and relax next to the links. The plans call for an outdoor living and dining room with a state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, bench seating and a fire pit. The four-season living space will also feature a hot tub and spiral staircase.

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11:00
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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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11:30
AM
Episode 107

Randy and Kim live in the country with their teenage children. They really want a place for their kids to hang out with their friends, as well as a place to connect and bond as a family. So, they've decided to turn their old patio into a family party deck, and challenge the Mega Crew to build a $200,000 deck with an outdoor living room and wood-burning fireplace, an outdoor kitchen, sliding glass walls, a dining area, a sunken hot tub and an extra large fire pit.

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12:00
PM
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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12:30
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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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1:00
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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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1:30
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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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2:00
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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
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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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3:00
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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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3:30
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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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4:00
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Episode 307

A multi-generational Texas family transforms the existing deck of their Estes Park, CO, vacation home into a luxurious Mega Deck. The rustic Colorado mountain-themed masterpiece features a gable roof that's seamlessly tied into the home's existing architecture with a skylight that pours in natural light. Inside, a rustic great room gets natural log siding and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with custom masonry. The finishing touches include a new bar-and-grill station and a hot tub, adding a total of 1,000 square feet to the original deck.

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4:30
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Episode 308

In Castle Pines, Colorado, the crew has a $350,000 budget for a contemporary-style mega deck with a curved, hand-cut stone fireplace, sleek steel pergola and pizza oven. But building outdoors in winter subjects the crew to dangerous icy conditions, and a simple oversight threatens the pergola build. Additional mega-features on this project include a 70-inch TV, state-of-the-art grill and fire pit finished with Colorado buff flagstone.

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5:00
PM
Episode 305

A mountain home in Conifer, Colorado, gets a $375K deck with a wall-sized stone fireplace, a hot tub that seats 12 and a grill kitchen. Jason's team is pitted against Mother Nature, however, when an icy road leads to a delivery truck crash.

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5:30
PM
Episode 306

Garth and his team brave sub-freezing temperatures in Idaho to build a $590k multi-level deck with four distinct living areas. The indoor-outdoor space features a pizza oven, a mezzanine-level bar overlooking the Snake River and an infrared sauna.

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6:00
PM
Episode 310

Transforming a home's 20-year-old wooden deck with views of Pikes Peak, Colorado, into a $400,000 mega deck requires a complete demo and rebuild, complete with 13-foot-tall stone wood-burning fireplace, sliding glass panels to enclose the living area, gas fire pit, two dining areas and a grill station complete with granite countertops and a kegerator. Plans also include redoing a kids' play deck and a master bedroom deck. The challenge is that the property sits on the side of a cliff, with 40-foot drops off the deck level and no access from the postage stamp-sized backyard. Master builder James resorts to innovative building methods to get the job done, all while battling 60-mph wind gusts, blinding fog and death-defying heights.

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6:30
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Episode 302

Colorado Springs homeowners with a half-finished deck call on Garth to complete the job and deliver the deck of their dreams. James leads the build on the 1,800-square foot dream deck that includes a huge four-season room with a skylight, an outdoor kitchen, three fire features, ornamental steel railings and a custom 7-foot wide spiral staircase. To complete the project, Garth will need to cut down three beloved 40-foot pines, which makes the homeowners a bit apprehensive. Will the ultimate deck be worth the sacrifice?

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7:00
PM
Episode 413

Randy wins a large home with very big bedrooms, but there's no defined living room and it has a fairly small kitchen and dining room. He must create a floor plan that will open up the space for a communal living area while maintaining bedroom space for maximum profitability.

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8:00
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Episode 411

Casey and Catrina combine two shipping containers to create a one bedroom house with an outdoor courtyard area. During the build, Gary's Girls approach Casey with an offer to sell him their container house after their previous sale fell through. Casey and Catrina decide to combine the two houses to make the ultimate container home.

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9:00
PM
Episode 401

Randy is approached by a potential buyer who is looking for a coastal-themed vacation home. Randy works to bring the beach to North Texas, but the two-bedroom renovation isn't all smooth sailing. Meanwhile, Donna and Toni get more than they bargained for when they find an unexpected critter living in their newly purchased ranch home. They evict the varmint and hope their stylish ranch remodel will attract better tenants.

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10:00
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Episode 409

Casey and Catrina score a 3 bed, 2 bath house, but realize they must cut half of it off in order to move it. When they lose half their square footage before they start, Casey and Catrina must figure out how to still make it profitable. Meanwhile, the Snow Sisters get a large house with a couple of bonus rooms, and the extra space allows the ladies to get creative with their family-friendly design plan.

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11:00
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Episode 412

An arched entryway in the Girls' new home inspires them to create a Mediterranean theme for the remodel. Casey and Catrina win two very small barns in a two-for-one auction and plan to combine them into one large living space in order to maximize profit.

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12:00
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Episode 401

Randy is approached by a potential buyer who is looking for a coastal-themed vacation home. Randy works to bring the beach to North Texas, but the two-bedroom renovation isn't all smooth sailing. Meanwhile, Donna and Toni get more than they bargained for when they find an unexpected critter living in their newly purchased ranch home. They evict the varmint and hope their stylish ranch remodel will attract better tenants.

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1:00
AM
Episode 409

Casey and Catrina score a 3 bed, 2 bath house, but realize they must cut half of it off in order to move it. When they lose half their square footage before they start, Casey and Catrina must figure out how to still make it profitable. Meanwhile, the Snow Sisters get a large house with a couple of bonus rooms, and the extra space allows the ladies to get creative with their family-friendly design plan.

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2:00
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Episode 412

An arched entryway in the Girls' new home inspires them to create a Mediterranean theme for the remodel. Casey and Catrina win two very small barns in a two-for-one auction and plan to combine them into one large living space in order to maximize profit.

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3:00
AM
Episode 411

Casey and Catrina combine two shipping containers to create a one bedroom house with an outdoor courtyard area. During the build, Gary's Girls approach Casey with an offer to sell him their container house after their previous sale fell through. Casey and Catrina decide to combine the two houses to make the ultimate container home.

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4:30
AM
Episode 203

Jason and Bernice are midway through renovations on their 1910 house in Buffalo, NY, and they have big plans to move the master bedroom from the front of the house to its original home in back. They remove the wall between two small bedrooms to create an amazing master suite space, but not without challenges. After discovering rot in an exterior wall, they have to completely rebuild and add a new header. In the end the space is bold and bright with tons of color and historic details, giving a nod to both the era of the home and Buffalo's eclectic design style.

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