TV Schedule

Friday, Mar 23

7:00
AM
Episode 512

Rusty and Deborah's dark, dungeon-like basement has been stuck in renovation limbo for 14 years! They wanted to turn it into a fantastic guest bedroom, but they quickly realized the job was much too big for them to tackle themselves. So the basement has sat, and sat, and sat some more... Luckily, Kayleen McCabe and crew are ready to rescue this basement from the dungeon. They'll bring some much-needed light by adding an egress window, revamp the layout to accommodate a guest bedroom, update the electrical and plumbing all around, and give this dark, dingy basement some beautiful custom touches. And when it's finished, Rusty and Deborah won't want to save the space for guests, they'll want it for themselves!

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7:30
AM
Episode 612

Bill and Maria moved into their home 3 years ago and got right to work. It took time to get the home to look how they wanted, but it's paid off. But the last room that needs fixing is their dated master bathroom that's covered in tile right out of an 80s fast food restaurant. Watch as host Jeff Devlin updates this non-functioning master bathroom into an all-new space with old world charm. With custom copper countertops, brand new freestanding tub, and amenities like a fireplace, TV, and electric privacy window.

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8:00
AM
Episode 712

Brian and Kim are newbie homeowners who know a kitchen remodeling project is over their heads so they bring in licensed contractor James Young for some guidance. There is nothing salvageable from the old space, so he starts from scratch with all new cabinets and a travertine tile floor. He saves on the budget by pouring his own concrete countertops, and finishes off the space with some cool techie additions.

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8:30
AM
Episode 406F

Clete and Lauren are in desperate need of a backyard that they can enjoy. They call on designer/contractor Chip Wade for help. Chip is able to transform their unused backyard into 3 creatively designed destinations for socializing, reading, and playing.

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9:00
AM
Episode 101

Mike Holmes and his crew get on top of a bad roof that has plagued a family for nearly half a century. Living on both sides of their semi-detatched home, this family has been coping with leaks for over 40 years –and Mike's got the evidence to prove it. There's mold in the attic, barely any insulation, and as a result, heat loss like Mike has never seen. Mike and his team conquer the scorching heat and accomplish their mission, demonstrating that a roof built right protects everything underneath it.

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9:30
AM
Episode 702

Two friends and stay-at-home moms decide to flip their first house together in New Orleans, Louisiana, but their conflicting design styles and schedule test the limits of their friendship. In order to finish the flip on time and on budget, they'll have to find a way to compromise.

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10:00
AM
Episode 711

A husband recruits the help of his wife to flip their first home in Grand Forks, ND. She loves demo but things get tricky when it comes time for rebuild. He realizes he might not have the best partner to navigate the waters of the rebuild process as the North Dakota winter approaches.

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10:30
AM
Episode 706

Busy parents attempt their first flip in Kettering, OH, but things get hectic balancing life at home, their landscaping business and the flip's short schedule. When he's constantly pulled away with his day job, she grows concerned that they can't devote enough attention to finish the project on time.

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11:00
AM
Episode 701

Two real estate agent best friends flip their first home in Tacoma, WA, with hopes that their insider knowledge of what sells will pull them through. However, with no prior renovation experience, they put their friendship, flip and safety on the line.

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11:30
AM
Episode 709

A woman in Milford, CT, begins to worry when her husband's haphazard renovation methods take their flip off the rails. She's worried about the quality of the job and knows taking back control of the construction is the only way to carry them through.

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12:00
PM
Episode 707

A college student enlists the help of her mother while flipping a house in Connecticut for money to pay for her tuition. The duo feels optimistic after a strong start attempting most projects themselves to save money. The young student is a little less enthused by the job as their schedule presses on, however, leaving her hard-working mother worried her daughter's social life will distract her from pulling her weight in the project.

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12:30
PM
Episode 708

A competitive couple attempts to power through their first flip in Holmes, PA. The project starts strong as the couple strives to do most of the work themselves and keep costs as low as possible. Unforeseen plumbing issues lead to a near flood in the basement, however, causing the panicked couple to question if they can pull through at all.

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1:00
PM
Episode 112

Gill and Julie installed a one-of-a-kind wheelchair lift for their daughter Maya who has Cerebral Palsy only to discover that the $17,500 prototype doesn't work. Despite all of the major renovations they have already invested in their home, Gill has no choice but to continue carrying Maya up and down the stairs which is only getting harder. Mike arrives on site to help give Maya her independence, but the goal proves to be more than a challenge. The trouble starts with just getting the old lift out. Mike is forced to rethink his approach, redesign the layout and revise his plan to make it right.

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2:00
PM
Episode 114

Homeowners Charmaine and Zephie bought a century home. It was love at first sight but the romance didn't last long. For the past three years they have been coping with leaks in the kitchen and bathroom, electrical problems, collapsed drain pipes and a bad roof. But that's not even the worst part -- on top of everything else, there's one secret that will give them no rest: a mysterious third floor that was sealed off by previous homeowners decades before and they have no access to it. Plagued by visions of black mold lurking in their attic, they call the only Holmes that can solve this mystery and throw in a little extra space.

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3:00
PM
Episode 116

Manuel and his wife were like two peas in a pod but now it's just one and the pod is in desperate need of some TLC. After his wife passed away, Manuel couldn't sleep in their bedroom, which was part of an old addition previous homeowners had built. So he closed off the space which opened it up to critters for the last four years. There's no foundation, no permits and no way Mike is leaving without giving Manuel a warm space to fill with new memories. Mike takes it all down to the ground, and for the first time in Holmes history he lets the family play a big role in the rebuild. But before the job's done they'll need to redo a retaining wall, deal with asbestos and Manuel's son will feel the real pain of a bathroom demo.

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4:00
PM
Episode 118

Mark's been a pilot in the Canadian military for over 20 years and for the past eight, he and his wife Carol have been planning and designing their dream home to retire in -- a custom log house for their family. Unfortunately they hired a "friend" of the family to build it. He said it could be done for their $600,000 budget, but after 2 years of building and an extra quarter of a million dollars, their home isn't done and their contractor is long gone. Mark is forced to go back to work teaching fighter pilots on the other side of the world while Carol faces her own battles at home. Mike Holmes and his team step in with reinforcements and get a taste of 'Boot Camp'.

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5:00
PM
Episode 117

Lali put her trust in the wrong hands. She paid $11,000 for $200 worth of work and has been living in chaos for the last 13 months. Her neighbor promised a kitchen reno but left it as a demo and has been delivering nothing but excuses for over a year. Mike retraces the contractor's steps as he tears down the work and discovers that this guy is one of the ugly contractors he warns homeowners about -- and he's got the poor track record to prove it. Not only is the work unfinished, it's dangerous. The contractor has robbed Lali threefold: First of her money, then her trust and finally her safety. But Mike restores her trust as he restores her home, and helps mend a relationship that should have never been broken. In the end, Mike gets what he gives when Lali and her daughter deliver the best reaction he's ever received -- and fans will ever hear!

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6:00
PM
Episode 115

Natalie is overwhelmed by a second-floor addition her mother Ingrid started but couldn't finish. Ingrid poured her life savings into a small cottage in the hope of turning it into her modern dream home, but after spending hundreds of thousands of dollars, the job's not done and the work's all wrong. Tragedy strikes after Ingrid suffers an aneurysm followed by two strokes. Her daughter Natalie tries to balance taking over the renovation with taking care of her mom but soon realizes she's in way over head. She then turns to Mike to finish the house. Mike and his team will need to fix the HVAC, redo plumbing, replace windows and properly seal the home to finish the job in the best way under the worst circumstances.

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7:00
PM
Episode 113

Homeowners Catherine and Cameron wanted to give their 50-year-old home an update. They paid $100,000 out of pocket for what was supposed to be their dream renovation. But unfortunately, the contractor they hired didn't have the right skills to deliver the goods and made a mess of their home in the process. He cut corners by not hiring a licensed electrician and did all of the electrical himself. He moved doors, compromised structure and the sub-trades he hired caused $10,000 in roof damages using $10 worth of staples! Completely disheveled, Catherine and Cameron turn to Mike for help, who gives them a Valentine they'll never forget.

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8:00
PM
Episode 202

Mel and Lisa bought their house three years ago which at the time was only five years old. A jack of most trades, Mel did the home inspection himself and concluded the house just needed a fresh coat of paint. But the truth starts to seep through after a heavy storm and they discover that their exterior walls have turned to mush. The Holmes team has its hands full when they start to peel back the layers and are shocked by what they find -- a problem that threatens the entire neighborhood!

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9:00
PM
Episode 204

Mike and his team come to the rescue of Sheila and Val, a couple scammed out of their money, their kitchen and their trust by a notorious contracting criminal who would occasionally do one good job to lure other unsuspecting clients. When Mike gets a closer look at the criminal's rap sheet he discovers he's still wanted by the law! It's a tough lesson and cautionary tale about how one good reference doesn't make a good contractor and how one good deed deserves another -- in classic Holmes style.

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10:00
PM
Episode 606

Mark Bowe has a Montana client who wants to give a modern home a classic log cabin look. The only way to do that is to use real logs so the guys build a cabin facade using antique log veneers. They use more log veneers to create a new piece for the Barnwood Showroom. Mark then tours a beautiful home that's fully decked out in reclaimed wood veneers.

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11:00
PM
Episode 206

In the aftermath of the worst flood in Alberta's history, Mike Holmes travels to the town of High River to help one family pick up the pieces of their flood-damaged home. But what he discovers he never expected. As Mike takes a tour of the area ravaged by the flood he realizes that most of the homes need to be completely torn down and rebuilt. But when Mike and a team of volunteers start working on John and Gillian's home, they are all surprised by what they find: their home can be saved thanks to the mold-resistant products used in its construction.

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12:00
AM
Episode 204

Mike and his team come to the rescue of Sheila and Val, a couple scammed out of their money, their kitchen and their trust by a notorious contracting criminal who would occasionally do one good job to lure other unsuspecting clients. When Mike gets a closer look at the criminal's rap sheet he discovers he's still wanted by the law! It's a tough lesson and cautionary tale about how one good reference doesn't make a good contractor and how one good deed deserves another -- in classic Holmes style.

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1:00
AM
Episode 606

Mark Bowe has a Montana client who wants to give a modern home a classic log cabin look. The only way to do that is to use real logs so the guys build a cabin facade using antique log veneers. They use more log veneers to create a new piece for the Barnwood Showroom. Mark then tours a beautiful home that's fully decked out in reclaimed wood veneers.

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2:00
AM
Episode 206

In the aftermath of the worst flood in Alberta's history, Mike Holmes travels to the town of High River to help one family pick up the pieces of their flood-damaged home. But what he discovers he never expected. As Mike takes a tour of the area ravaged by the flood he realizes that most of the homes need to be completely torn down and rebuilt. But when Mike and a team of volunteers start working on John and Gillian's home, they are all surprised by what they find: their home can be saved thanks to the mold-resistant products used in its construction.

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3:00
AM
Episode 202

Mel and Lisa bought their house three years ago which at the time was only five years old. A jack of most trades, Mel did the home inspection himself and concluded the house just needed a fresh coat of paint. But the truth starts to seep through after a heavy storm and they discover that their exterior walls have turned to mush. The Holmes team has its hands full when they start to peel back the layers and are shocked by what they find -- a problem that threatens the entire neighborhood!

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4:30
AM
Episode 1101

Host Jason Cameron and a team of DIY experts transform the interior of a 1960s summer camp house on Vermont's Lake Champlain. Jason along with Tamara Day take the kitchen to a whole new level with both salvaged materials and smart upgrades, then move on to the living room to create an impressive focal wall with built-in shelving.

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