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About the Show

Follow home seekers across the country as they look to downsize, way down. They'll check out three unique streamlined houses under 600 square feet before deciding on the perfect compact kingdom to call home. When it comes to choosing one and making an offer, will they join the tiny house movement or stick with wide-open spaces? Viewers will be on the edge of their seats waiting to see what these Tiny House Hunters ultimately decide.
Season 1, Episode 4

Sound Healer Seeks Tiny House in Southern California

Sound healer Melanie loves small spaces: she's currently living in a shed on a friend's property. Since small is her preference, she's decided that she's ready to buy a tiny home, with a twist: she prefers that her tiny home be circular, for good acoustics. However, she's open to all kinds of unconventional tiny homes such as sandbag homes, yurts or treehouses. She's also thinking that to get more space in her home, she'd like to have her bathroom and kitchen outside. Her best friend Grant has his work cut out for him, trying to keep her from becoming too unrealistic. Can she find a tiny house that suits her quirky personality but isn't completely impractical?

Monday
Aug 17
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 2, Episode 12

Wildlife photographer Ryan is building his own tiny house in Fairplay, CO

Ryan is a Fairplay, Colorado resident who has been crashing with his parents in between traveling photography gigs. He's looking to find a tiny house he can park on their property for low overhead. Making things more complicated, he's planning on building it himself for under $25,000. With his friend and fellow construction expert Ryan along for the ride, he's touring three model tiny homes to see which one he can replicate for his own. But with a real estate broker who also happens to be his skeptical older sister, will Ryan find the perfect fit?

Friday
Dec 25
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 2, Episode 7

A Young, Single Guy in Ohio Seeks the Perfect Tiny House to Fit His No-Frills Lifestyle

With the lease on his shared apartment ending, 20-something Nils is ready to purchase his very first home in Columbus, OH. With most of his time taken up by work and play, he's searching for a micro mancave that's both easy-to-care-for and within walking and biking distance to his work in Columbus's Short North district. But with a budget of $130,000 in a difficult market, will he find the perfect no-frills bachelor pad?

Tuesday
Mar 8
2am | 1c
Season 2, Episode 7

A Young, Single Guy in Ohio Seeks the Perfect Tiny House to Fit His No-Frills Lifestyle

With the lease on his shared apartment ending, 20-something Nils is ready to purchase his very first home in Columbus, OH. With most of his time taken up by work and play, he's searching for a micro mancave that's both easy-to-care-for and within walking and biking distance to his work in Columbus's Short North district. But with a budget of $130,000 in a difficult market, will he find the perfect no-frills bachelor pad?

Monday
Mar 14
8:30am | 7:30c
Season 2, Episode 8

Tiny House, Big Expectations

For Portland native Jessica, buying a house is an important part of growing up. But with student loans chipping away at her budget, she's decided to go tiny. Jessica is looking forward to finding the perfect home for her and her dog Kiwi. But while she's willing to downsize her space to 200 square feet, Jessica doesn't want to give up any modern conveniences. When Jessica's expectations get too high, it's up to her friend Marina to keep her feet on the ground and her house under budget. With $60,000 to spend and a wish list that includes a washer/dryer, dishwasher, and entertainment room, Jessica may find fitting her lifestyle into a tiny house to be a challenge.

Saturday
Mar 26
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 2, Episode 7

A Young, Single Guy in Ohio Seeks the Perfect Tiny House to Fit His No-Frills Lifestyle

With the lease on his shared apartment ending, 20-something Nils is ready to purchase his very first home in Columbus, OH. With most of his time taken up by work and play, he's searching for a micro mancave that's both easy-to-care-for and within walking and biking distance to his work in Columbus's Short North district. But with a budget of $130,000 in a difficult market, will he find the perfect no-frills bachelor pad?

Tuesday
Jun 14
2am | 1c
Season 2, Episode 20

Starting Fresh By Going Small In San Diego

With dreams of having an off grid tiny home, newly single Girard is searching San Diego, California for a 200 sq. ft. rustic cabin on wheels that has solar panels and a composting toilet. Can practical minded sister Melissa convince him to get a more modern home with enough space to entertain and still stay within his $50,000 budget?

Tuesday
Aug 9
2am | 1c
Season 3, Episode 16

Outdoorsy Couple Goes Tiny

After learning to live with less while hiking the Appalachian Trail, outdoor enthusiasts John and Julie are downsizing, and plan on building their own tiny house in Fraser, CO. A self-proclaimed lumberjack, John's looking for a house covered with wood, and a bathroom large enough to properly groom his expansive beard. But he'll have to shave some items off his wish-list to accommodate Julie's industrial style and desire for a composting toilet. With a budget of $35,000 for plans and materials, will they be able to build the perfect tiny home?

Monday
Aug 22
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 3, Episode 4

Simply Downsizing

Wanting to simplify his life, Mark, a professional musician, is downsizing his 3,000 sq. ft. estate near Nashville, Tennessee for a tiny home in Santa Barbara, California. He's ready to leave behind the maintenance of a large house to spend more time on his music. But will he be able to give up some comforts of home for a more carefree tiny life?

Monday
Sep 19
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 3, Episode 30

Finding a Tiny Fixer-Upper

Aubree and Jordan are hoping to find a tiny home that they can leave their mark on in pricey Los Angeles, California. They're looking at fixer-uppers on a foundation with enough outdoor space for their animals. Jordan wants a larger tiny house that needs minimal restoration, but Aubree's ready to tackle a complete renovation. Finding a home in any condition with a budget of only $265,000 is difficult enough in L.A., but agreeing on how much of a fixer-upper they can handle is even harder.

Monday
Sep 26
9pm | 8c
Season 2, Episode 8

Tiny House, Big Expectations

For Portland native Jessica, buying a house is an important part of growing up. But with student loans chipping away at her budget, she's decided to go tiny. Jessica is looking forward to finding the perfect home for her and her dog Kiwi. But while she's willing to downsize her space to 200 square feet, Jessica doesn't want to give up any modern conveniences. When Jessica's expectations get too high, it's up to her friend Marina to keep her feet on the ground and her house under budget. With $60,000 to spend and a wish list that includes a washer/dryer, dishwasher, and entertainment room, Jessica may find fitting her lifestyle into a tiny house to be a challenge.

Monday
Feb 6
11pm | 10c
Season 2, Episode 8

Tiny House, Big Expectations

For Portland native Jessica, buying a house is an important part of growing up. But with student loans chipping away at her budget, she's decided to go tiny. Jessica is looking forward to finding the perfect home for her and her dog Kiwi. But while she's willing to downsize her space to 200 square feet, Jessica doesn't want to give up any modern conveniences. When Jessica's expectations get too high, it's up to her friend Marina to keep her feet on the ground and her house under budget. With $60,000 to spend and a wish list that includes a washer/dryer, dishwasher, and entertainment room, Jessica may find fitting her lifestyle into a tiny house to be a challenge.

Tuesday
Feb 7
2am | 1c
Season 3, Episode 30

Finding a Tiny Fixer-Upper

Aubree and Jordan are hoping to find a tiny home that they can leave their mark on in pricey Los Angeles, California. They're looking at fixer-uppers on a foundation with enough outdoor space for their animals. Jordan wants a larger tiny house that needs minimal restoration, but Aubree's ready to tackle a complete renovation. Finding a home in any condition with a budget of only $265,000 is difficult enough in L.A., but agreeing on how much of a fixer-upper they can handle is even harder.

Monday
Mar 13
11:30pm | 10:30c
Season 1, Episode 1

Jersey City Newlyweds Search for Tiny House on Large Rural Lot

Newlyweds Adam and Karen are tired of city life, so they're trading their 750-square-foot condo in Jersey City, NJ, for a place in the country. The catch? They want to downsize, so they're looking for a tiny house on a large secluded plot of land. But exactly how tiny the house should be is up for debate. Sustainability consultant Adam thinks they should go for something less than 500 square feet, while Karen's idea of downsizing isn't quite so radical. As a teacher and artist, she still wants to have room for her art supplies and paintings, not to mention her clothes! And that's not the end of their disagreements: Adam thinks they should forego a septic system and get a composting toilet, an idea that Karen is definitely not okay with. She wants something that flushes! Can these two work out their differences and find the tiny house of their dreams?

Thursday
Apr 27
12pm | 11c
Season 1, Episode 3

Oregon Pear Farmers Build Tiny Home With a View in Their Orchard

Oregon pear farmers, Ben and Erin, are building a custom home on their orchard. Since they don't want to cut down any of their money-making trees, the house has to fit on a tiny 600 square feet plot. After looking at several upscale, ultra-modern, prefab homes, which one will they choose to be driven and dropped off among the pears?

Thursday
Apr 27
12:30pm | 11:30c
Season 2, Episode 8

Tiny House, Big Expectations

For Portland native Jessica, buying a house is an important part of growing up. But with student loans chipping away at her budget, she's decided to go tiny. Jessica is looking forward to finding the perfect home for her and her dog Kiwi. But while she's willing to downsize her space to 200 square feet, Jessica doesn't want to give up any modern conveniences. When Jessica's expectations get too high, it's up to her friend Marina to keep her feet on the ground and her house under budget. With $60,000 to spend and a wish list that includes a washer/dryer, dishwasher, and entertainment room, Jessica may find fitting her lifestyle into a tiny house to be a challenge.

Thursday
Apr 27
1pm | 12c
Season 2, Episode 14

Joy and LaToya are leaving Hawaii behind for a tiny living in California

After completing her service with the US Air Force in Hawaii, Joy is ready to relocate to Escondido, CA with her wife LaToya. As first time homeowners, they plan to purchase a tiny house so they can stay debt-free. Since Joy is starting school and LaToya will be transitioning into a new career as a blogger, they will both be working from home. They're hoping their new tiny house will be big enough for them to have separate work spaces, but they don't want to sacrifice amenities like a king-sized bed or dishwasher. Will these two find a space that works for them?

Thursday
Apr 27
1:30pm | 12:30c
Season 2, Episode 3

Moving From Parents Place To Tiny House

Recently engaged couple and college students Joel and Emma are ready to move out of their parents' homes in Orlando, Florida. The couple decided to take the plunge and go tiny. Seeking out a space of their own, they're looking for a portable 150 sq foot home that can travel wherever their careers take them. They plan to park their tiny home in Joel's mom's backyard while they finish school. But first, they must find a tiny house that they both can agree on. Emma is looking for something quirky and Victorian with a bathtub, while Joel wants place modern and functional. The couple will have to find a space that can accommodate their differing design styles and all their belongings. Considering their $20,000 budget, finding even a tiny home will be a big challenge.

Thursday
Apr 27
2pm | 1c
Season 2, Episode 7

A Young, Single Guy in Ohio Seeks the Perfect Tiny House to Fit His No-Frills Lifestyle

With the lease on his shared apartment ending, 20-something Nils is ready to purchase his very first home in Columbus, OH. With most of his time taken up by work and play, he's searching for a micro mancave that's both easy-to-care-for and within walking and biking distance to his work in Columbus's Short North district. But with a budget of $130,000 in a difficult market, will he find the perfect no-frills bachelor pad?

Thursday
Apr 27
2:30pm | 1:30c
Season 3, Episode 5

Free-spirited Mom Goes Tiny

With her kids grown and living on their own, free-wheelin mom Tracy is feeling the itch to travel. She's looking to radically simplify her life and be able to go where she pleases in and around Alberta, Canada. Her down-to-earth daughter Lindsay is along to keep her mom in line. Together they're searching for a mobile modern cottage with plenty of space for Tracy to still play with her grandson. With a budget of $65,000 will they find a tiny home that can give her the freedom she's hoping for?

Thursday
Apr 27
3pm | 2c
Season 3, Episode 7

Colorado Couple Goes Tiny

Downsizing dramatically with three family pets isn't easy. But Colorado Springs, CO couple Heather and Chris are determined to find a tiny home that will give them the freedom to travel and enjoy life yet still have plenty of room for their furry friends. Chris likes the look of industrial details, but Heather is hoping for a warm cottage feel. With a budget of $65,000 and two wildly different design aesthetics, will they be able to find a home that the whole family can love?

Thursday
Apr 27
3:30pm | 2:30c
Season 3, Episode 20

Going Tiny in Austin, TX

Hoping for more financial freedom, Colorado native Lisa is leaving the Denver cold and moving to Austin, Texas, to start a new life in a tiny house. With the help of her best friend Tara, she's looking for a mobile cottage that she can rent space for until she can purchase land. But with a budget of $50,000 and an extensive wish list, will Lisa find a tiny house that she can call home?

Thursday
Apr 27
4pm | 3c
Season 3, Episode 10

Inspired to Go Tiny

Looking to get back to nature for inspiration, Portland artists Courtney and Murf are going tiny. They are downsizing from their 3,000 sq. ft. home in Portland in hopes of owning something outside of the city. Murf wants a minimalist cabin 300 sq. ft. or less. While Courtney's on board to simplify, she still needs space for her art and wants to keep some of the comforts of home. Will they find something that inspires them to go tiny?

Thursday
Apr 27
4:30pm | 3:30c
Season 4, Episode 2

New York Bed and Breakfast Owners Go Tiny With Their Teenage Son

New York Bed and Breakfast owners are betting the farm on going tiny. With their business booming, they're looking to move into a tiny home on their property while their main farmhouse is being used by guests. However, not only will they need space for themselves, they'll also need space for their 15-year-old son. Will they find the perfect tiny home, or is going tiny too big of a challenge?

Thursday
Apr 27
5pm | 4c
Season 4, Episode 3

Bohemian Family Goes Tiny

Boutique owner Heather and her husband Beau, a photographer, want to raise their son Hendrix in Topanga Canyon, a secluded enclave in the Santa Monica mountains of Los Angeles. While Heather wants Bohemian-chic style, Beau's looking for something that's more like a rustic cabin. But style may have to take a backseat to finding something with enough space for their family to live in. Will they be able to find a tiny home that has it all?

Thursday
Apr 27
5:30pm | 4:30c
Season 2, Episode 10

With Her Kids Grown Up, Annie Is Downsizing From 5 Bedrooms To 200 sq. ft.

Chattanooga artist Annie is ready to downsize her five bedroom empty nest to a more manageable 200 square foot tiny house. She's looking for something with open cabinets, contemporary style, and room for her huge book collection. But her college-aged son Lynah is worried mom is biting off more than she can chew. The ideal place would have room for him to visit, but be small enough to take on the road. With a budget of $35,000, will Annie find a house that's the perfect fit?

Monday
May 1
8pm | 7c

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