TV Schedule

Thursday, Nov 23

7:00
AM
Episode 509

This episode features an easy upgrade for wire shelving, a portable work station with multiple clamping points, leather clutch purses that charge phones on the go, convenient dinnerware that combines a bowl and a plate, decorative ways to organize and create storage on walls and build your own bicycle kits. Plus, magnetic wall stud finders, an at home 'Yoga by numbers' training mat, garden carts that transform from a wheelbarrow to a dolly, super secure cup holders that sit on the side of a desk, colorful building blocks to create custom sized garden beds, an organizing system for kitchen accessories, and flexible trivets to protect kitchen utensils and countertops.

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7:30
AM
Episode 209F

For their next rental property investment, real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins have a budget of $250,000 and a couple of weird properties to consider. The first place is a duplex that's listed for $145,000. Neither of the units smell good, and every single room needs attention. But with a renovation investment of $55,000, they could eventually get $2,400 a month in rent. The second place is a 3,000 square foot Victorian home that had been previously used as a recording studio. At $190,000, it's priced higher than the first. But once they spend $40,000 on renovations, they could pull in $3,000 a month in rent.

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8:00
AM
Episode 109

When Dayana and Steve first moved in, their house felt enormous and spacious. Then came the wedding, a dog, and a baby. They now resort to a butcher block as their dining room table and their unfinished basement doubles as their personal storage locker. Dayana and Steve are left to decide between a working kitchen or a laundry room they are no longer afraid of.

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8:30
AM
Episode 113

Four years ago, Kristina and Daniel bought their first home, which turned out to be a repurposed hair salon. The kitchen is inconveniently on the second floor and their only shower is too gross to use. Mia and Rob take on the challenge as Kristina and Daniel decide between eating at a kids table or baths over showers.

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9:00
AM
Episode 703

The Snow sisters want to keep their home's existing layout but it only has one gutted bathroom. To make the house more functional, they add a second bathroom and salvage what they can from the original house to offset the expense.

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10:00
AM
Episode 701

Casey and Catrina stick to the original floor plan of a house with very minor structural changes. During their project, they salvage as much as they can to save money and preserve the character of the house. Meanwhile, Paige and Raf focus on making the kitchen a standout feature in their home after striking shiplap gold.

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11:00
AM
Episode 712

Paige and Raf design a house for friends with a passion for fitness. Their plan for the house includes a fitness room, two stunning bathrooms and colors picked out by "Random Raf."

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12:00
PM
Episode 709

Gary and Jerry take their build to the next level by putting a shed on a trailer and turning it into a traveler's paradise. Custom built-ins, retractable decks and an elevated patio makes it easy to find the best views on the road. Meanwhile, Gary's Girls save original materials to go big with upscale finishes and design features, but they hit unexpected bumps along the way and spend more money than they intended.

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1:00
PM
Episode S16

Matteo Lundgren is taking the art of natural building to a whole new level with his custom-designed Cob houses that blend with the environment surrounding them. Together with his designer, Peaches, they're creating homes built solely from the earth's ingredients, and he wants the whole world to do the same. Follow along as they hand-sculpt houses that are literally grown from the ground up.

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2:00
PM
Episode S16

The Busbys, young entrepreneurs and world travelers, have been living off-the-grid for two years already, but now they're ready to take it to the next level. Follow the adventure as they build a super efficient tiny house in northwestern Montana. Surrounded by stunning views and with a little help from friends, they'll build it all by hand completely off-the-grid.

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3:00
PM
Episode S17

John Beal is ready to leave the city behind and embrace a life off the grid in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. He hires Richart Sowa and his son Eden to build an eco-friendly private floating island made from recycled plastic bottles. Despite facing many challenges, Richart, Eden and the crew work to make John's dream a reality.

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4:00
PM
Episode S17H

A snowmobile guide and his wife build an off-the-grid cabin by the rivers and mountain ranges of their beautiful home state of Wyoming. The build includes a 272-square-foot cabin with a small shop and garage that are all constructed with zero fossil fuels, meaning no gas generators or grid power will be used and all of the heavy lifting will have to be done by hand. The team faces many challenges, including snowdrifts and visits from four-legged neighbors, but the five-week project will prove to be just as grand as the scenery that surrounds it.

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5:00
PM
Episode S17H

With help from a team of friends, an avid outdoorsman takes on the challenge of building a cabin in the remote White Mountains region of Alaska. The crew must work through snow, wind and a whole lot of mud to haul materials and build the perfect cabin in just seven days.

6:00
PM
Episode S17H

Deep in the backwoods of Spearfish Canyon, South Dakota's premier off-grid builder Jared Capp sets out to turn four shipping containers into a stunning two-story mountain hideaway. The five bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms property will have a well for water, a living roof, solar panels and other high-end amenities. Getting the containers to the remote location will be challenging, however, and will require Jared to cut a road through the forest first.

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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode SP01FH

Charlie Kern is passionate about converting buses into amazing homes, including his own school bus, or 'skoolie.' His current projects include a 35-foot flat-nosed bus for a young woman who spends her life on the road making and selling circus equipment. Her bus will be decked out with a raised roof, built-in furniture and lots of hidden storage. Charlie also works on an off-grid, luxury skoolie in Maine and a church bus/dream home for a family with a 2-year-old. Charlie tricks out all three buses with clever features that will make living the bus life the best life ever!

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9:00
PM
Episode SP01F

More than 40,000 tiny-house builders, buyers and enthusiasts made their way to the first-ever Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs last year. Newly engaged tiny house enthusiasts Trevor Gay and Mary Benasutti were among them. Now the couple is returning to the biggest tiny house event in the world with their own tiny house in tow. They'll cross paths with other owners and designers and discover the latest the tiny house movement has to offer, including plexiglass cat walks, drawbridge entrances, energy recovery systems and all kinds of engineering and eco-friendly feats!

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10:00
PM
Episode SP01F

Months have passed since these tiny-house owners ditched their traditional digs (and financial trappings) for houses no bigger than trailers. From first-time homeowners to growing families, vacation homes to gypsy wagons, we find out what these homeowners have been up to since we last saw them. See how they are rethinking their spaces and learning from their mistakes, modifying their living quarters and moving from one location to the next and even generating income from their tiny gems.

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11:00
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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11:30
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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12:00
AM
Episode SP01F

More than 40,000 tiny-house builders, buyers and enthusiasts made their way to the first-ever Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs last year. Newly engaged tiny house enthusiasts Trevor Gay and Mary Benasutti were among them. Now the couple is returning to the biggest tiny house event in the world with their own tiny house in tow. They'll cross paths with other owners and designers and discover the latest the tiny house movement has to offer, including plexiglass cat walks, drawbridge entrances, energy recovery systems and all kinds of engineering and eco-friendly feats!

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1:00
AM
Episode SP01F

Months have passed since these tiny-house owners ditched their traditional digs (and financial trappings) for houses no bigger than trailers. From first-time homeowners to growing families, vacation homes to gypsy wagons, we find out what these homeowners have been up to since we last saw them. See how they are rethinking their spaces and learning from their mistakes, modifying their living quarters and moving from one location to the next and even generating income from their tiny gems.

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2:00
AM
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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2:30
AM
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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3:00
AM
Episode SP01FH

Charlie Kern is passionate about converting buses into amazing homes, including his own school bus, or 'skoolie.' His current projects include a 35-foot flat-nosed bus for a young woman who spends her life on the road making and selling circus equipment. Her bus will be decked out with a raised roof, built-in furniture and lots of hidden storage. Charlie also works on an off-grid, luxury skoolie in Maine and a church bus/dream home for a family with a 2-year-old. Charlie tricks out all three buses with clever features that will make living the bus life the best life ever!

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4:30
AM
Episode 1308

Chad and Katie Gunther hate their cramped and outdated kitchen, so they're going to renovate the space and incorporate their dining room area to open it up. Living and working in Las Vegas means that this dynamic couple loves to entertain, so now they want to create an inviting space for their family and friends. Everything will be demoed: cabinets that don't hold any of their cooking supplies, unsanitary and impossible-to-clean tiled countertops and ugly tile flooring and carpet. Their plan is to demo an existing peninsula and move it out into the dining room to open the kitchen floor plan. The new, larger cabinets will extend into the expanded space as well. On the opposite wall, built-ins will be installed to create a bar area. And the dingy carpets will finally be replaced with something more durable and chic. Chad isn't a stranger to small renovations, but Katie, who makes a living as a Britney Spears impersonator in Vegas, has no idea what she's doing. Combine that with the fact that Chad describes his plumbing and electrical skills as "sub-par at best," and this renovation will surely challenge the couple's problem-solving skills.

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