TV Schedule

Wednesday, Jul 1

  • 6:30
    AM
    Episode 202

    An upstairs master bedroom by the beach had a style described as college chic. By ripping out the carpet and installing light hardwood floors, adding a new and larger French door to the patio, replacing a non-working wood stove with an electric fireplace, and adding custom shelving, a new, cohesive, and bright foundation was built. Adding calming colors like purples and grays along with furnishings like a romantic four poster canopy bed, homemade artwork, bedside tables dressed with nautical rope, and silk flowers to dress up an unused flower box, this mish mash of a room becomes a relaxing, cozy, romantic retreat by the water.

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  • 7:00
    AM
    Episode 304

    A couple wants to try their hand at city living and look for a condo downtown.

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  • 7:30
    AM
    Episode 103

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers to see the stories that unfolded after our cameras stopped rolling. First, we return to Portland, Oregon, where TV weather forecaster Sophie and her salesman husband, Donovan, decided to used their $250,000 budget to buy the worst house on the best block. They took on a major renovation, all by themselves, and the results are remarkable. Next, we check in with Jamie and Ben, first time buyers in Minneapolis, Minnesota, who managed to find a home within their $300,000 budget with everything they wanted, except a driveway! You'll see what it took to turn their promising place into something perfect, just in time for a very special surprise. Finally, we head to Cincinnati, Ohio, where single dad Doug was prepared to spend $2 million dollars on a spacious home to host his three daughters. He found a fixer-upper in a gorgeous setting, but when he embarked on his renovation project, discovered it was going to take a lot more than he ever imagined to create his ideal family home.

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  • 8:00
    AM
    Episode 214

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including two men who were searching for a tropical getaway on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. They got a bargain, but turning a dated condo into a contemporary space wasn't easy, especially since they had to manage the project from the mainland! Next, we revisit an Atlanta couple who decided to take on a do-it-yourself project that tested their skills and their patience! Finally, we head to Oklahoma, where one woman was determined to find her dream home. But her husband was more interested in finding a deal, guaranteeing a renovation that would meet Julie's needs. See if he kept his promise on House Hunters: Where Are They Now?

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  • 8:30
    AM
    Episode 215

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including two music lovers who followed their dream to Nashville, and took a chance on a fixer. Their do-it-yourself transformation turned a country mess into a contemporary showplace! Next, we catch up with a couple who decided to sell off their belongings and buy a home they could take on the road. They found an RV with potential, and turned it into a rolling hipster hangout, finding plenty of adventures along the way! Finally, we revisit a U.S. Coast Guard pilot and his wife on the New Jersey Shore. They found a place they planned to personalize to fit their tastes, but an unexpected hurricane was just the start of their renovation challenges!

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  • 9:00
    AM
    Episode 304

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including a crime investigator and his wife, a DNA specialist. They wanted a home in Walnut Creek, California, that measured up to her feng shui requirements, but making the place just right led to many experiences that were just wrong! Also, we catch up with a couple who needed to find space in Seattle that could accommodate their height, and nearly a thousand bottles of wine! But their remodel took some very unexpected turns. Plus, we return to an international pilot and his wife, a former flight attendant. You'll see how they single-handedly transformed a fixer in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, into a hotel-like retreat.

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  • 9:30
    AM
    Episode 302

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including a couple who moved to the Irish countryside so their children could grow up near family. But turning an unfinished property into a cozy and contemporary modern home was more of a project than they expected! We'll also catch up with a family who wanted European charm in their new Florida home. When they couldn't find something perfect, they decided to transform a fixer, an experience Marco describes as a "nightmare"! Finally, we return to the Toledo, Ohio suburbs, where a family needed lots of space for their three rambunctious boys. You'll see how they turned an historic home with potential into the place of their dreams!

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  • 10:00
    AM
    Episode 203

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including a fixer-phobic husband, who let his wife convince him to take on a project, and now vows to never take on this kind of challenge again. We also catch up with a couple who fell in love with a big home outside New Orleans, Louisiana. Their renovation had rocky moments, including a throw-down over the future of a bonus room, as well as a hurricane! Finally, we follow up with some Chicago newlyweds who set out to restore a turn of the century home in Wrigleyville, only to discover what their contractor called a ticking time bomb.

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  • 10:30
    AM
    Episode 210

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including a family that bought a Cape Cod home with a magnificent view, and serious layout issues that required a $150,000 solution! Plus, one couple found a great deal in tiny St. Albans, West Virginia, but renovating the place brought one drama after another, including a ten-ton gravel delivery that went wrong in a very big way! Finally, one woman didn't want to settle for anything less than perfect as she update a new home in Columbia, Missouri. But "perfect" turned out to be a lot pricier than she anticipated!

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  • 11:00
    AM
    Episode 201

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode, we revisit some of our most memorable buyers to see the stories that unfolded after our cameras stopped rolling. First, we check in with a couple who bought a fixer in Scottsdale, Arizona a year ago. He promised to turn it into the home of her dreams, and nearly single-handedly, he did just that. Next, we revisit a pair of teachers in L.A.'s San Fernando Valley who wanted a ritzy Sherman Oaks address and got it by taking on a home that needed some work. They managed to create a Greek-inspired backyard oasis by tapping into an unexpected resource. Finally, we visit a woman who bought a 3-family home in New York City's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood so she could lean on renters to help pay her mortgage. Updating the property was a family affair, but depending on her parents and brother to provide the labor led to some very dramatic moments she never anticipated.

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  • 11:30
    AM
    Episode 205

    Ever wonder what happens after our house hunters choose their new homes? In this episode we revisit some of our most memorable buyers, including two men who gave their new home near San Francisco a stunning eco-chic makeover on an amazingly small budget. We also return to Davidson, North Carolina, where one wife made her husband promise to let her direct their home renovation, but the project didn't turn out the way she'd hoped! Finally, a Boston-area newlywed gave up her hopes of living in a colonial-style home so her husband could fulfill his dream of renovating a ranch-style fixer. See why she says she could never embark on this kind of project again!

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  • 12:00
    PM
    Episode 6203

    Riane and Patrick are mainlanders who met while attending the university of Hawaii. Now, ten years later, the couple is married and they want to settle down on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui. Riane wants a funky home with good vibes and lots of land. Patrick is less interested in funk and more interested in a good investment - and they both want an ocean view. The only problem is, Riane is terrified of Tsunamis and wants her new home as high up as possible.

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  • 12:30
    PM
    Episode 5108

    After a Caribbean vacation, Rhode Islanders Rob and Ken decided St. John was where they wanted to be. So, they planned and saved for five years to make this dream come true. They're starting a new business so Rob wants a home near their pet shop, but real estate agent John McCann knows their $500,000 budget means they'll have to renovate if they want to be close to the city center. Ken is willing to roll up his sleeves if there is long term value, but Rob is unconvinced they can handle the challenges of rehabbing a home while starting a new life. See what happens when House Hunters International takes a risk in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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  • 1:00
    PM
    Episode 204

    With four kids and two busy careers, Chris and Stephanie's cramped home has morphed into a toy-filled giant jungle gym. The family needs room to grow and is eager to find a spacious new home. But with cluttered interiors and unfinished DIY, they're stuck in real estate limbo. In order to sell their current property for top dollar, Jonathan tackles the bare-bones master bathroom and gives the house the polish it needs. Meanwhile, Drew leads the couple on a search for the family's forever home. The two-week renovation pushes the family to the limit. And even with their $1.5 million budget, finding the perfect property in their ideal neighborhood proves tricky.

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  • 2:00
    PM
    Episode 203

    It was just the two of them when Gus and Denise first moved into their three-bedroom home. But 12 years and three kids later, the house is bursting at the seams, and they're desperate to find a new property that suits their growing needs. Their current home has been on the market for two months without a single offer, and Drew and Jonathan know exactly what to do. While Jonathan tackles the home's tired interiors, Drew takes the couple on an ambitious hunt for the perfect family home. For Gus and Denise, living in a construction zone while keeping up with their busy routine proves overwhelming. It's an exhausting process, but the brothers are there every step of the way.

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  • 3:00
    PM
    Episode 210

    With three kids and a grandmother all living under the same roof, Daniel and Iris ran out of room long ago. The couple is desperate to find a spacious home where this multi-generational family can all have their own space. But with lackluster interiors that are overrun with toys, their current home is holding them back. In order to sell the property for top dollar, Jonathan gives both the kitchen and bathroom a much-needed makeover. Meanwhile, Drew leads the search for a spacious four-bedroom home with a separate suite for grandma. The couple falls for a picture-perfect brand new house that's beyond their budget. But with a rare incentive from the builder, Drew has just 60 days to turn their dream into reality.

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  • 4:00
    PM
    Episode 301

    Abby, David, and their son are already feeling the squeeze in their tiny home. And with another baby on the way, they've got just five months to relocate to their forever home. The couple's lofty plan hinges on selling their current home for top dollar, but with its lackluster unfinished interiors, that's not going to happen. Jonathan is determined to give the property the polish it needs, and narrowly averts a crisis in the kitchen. Meanwhile, it's up to Drew to find a budget dream home that matches the family's extensive wish list. That's easier said than done, because while David has his eye on a fixer-upper, Abby is set on finding a picture perfect move-in ready home.

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  • 5:00
    PM
    Episode 302

    With three generations living under one roof, Chuck and Kim are feeling the squeeze. Plus, getting the kids to school every day means a grueling four-hour daily commute for mom. It's definitely time to relocate. But they'll have to spruce up their current home first or they won't be able to afford the upgrade. Jonathan has a plan to revamp the home's worn-out interiors, but a heavy-duty surprise in the kitchen means he has to rejig the design. Meanwhile, Drew is determined to find a spacious suburban home with a separate living area for grandma. But the real challenge is finding a budget-friendly property in an exclusive school district.

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  • 6:00
    PM
    Episode 304

    Jack bought his bachelor pad nearly a decade ago, well before he met Clifton and they adopted two sons. With lack of space a serious problem, the couple has spent two frustrating years looking for the perfect property. To make matters worse, their current home is overrun with toys and poor design choices, and is hardly a magnet for buyers. Drew and Jonathan are convinced that with a few key improvements, they can sell the couple's current house for top dollar and get them settled into a sprawling new family home. Drew's challenge is to find a centrally located property that combines the charm of an older home with the luxury of a new build. Meanwhile, improving their current home's curb appeal means some backbreaking work for Jack and Clifton. And as for Jonathan's masterful makeover, you never know what you're going to find behind the walls of a 90-year-old home.

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  • 8:00
    PM
    Episode 102

    A horribly worn kitchen with dated avocado-colored appliances and low-hanging cabinets is blown open to join the living and dining rooms, creating one huge modern living space! Perfect for entertaining while making treats for guests, the butcher block island and colorful baking station provide tons of room for prep, along with creative storage everywhere for ingredients and utensils.

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  • 8:30
    PM
    Episode 107

    Anthony and John surprise Austin homeowners Josh and Jessica with a plan to remodel their 1940's cramped, drab, dark & dysfunctional kitchen. Hardly updated since it was built, the kitchen is not functional, has no flow and has very little storage for this busy family of 5. The cousins improve flow by removing French doors into a covered porch and adding a wall of cabinets topped with leathered granite, as well as a kitchen island, plenty of prep space and updated stainless steel appliances. The adjoining dining room gains French doors out to the back yard, a pub-height table set upon cabinets, a kids work area, industrial lighting and a wall of storage.

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  • 3:00
    AM
    Episode 102

    A horribly worn kitchen with dated avocado-colored appliances and low-hanging cabinets is blown open to join the living and dining rooms, creating one huge modern living space! Perfect for entertaining while making treats for guests, the butcher block island and colorful baking station provide tons of room for prep, along with creative storage everywhere for ingredients and utensils.

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  • 3:30
    AM
    Episode 107

    Anthony and John surprise Austin homeowners Josh and Jessica with a plan to remodel their 1940's cramped, drab, dark & dysfunctional kitchen. Hardly updated since it was built, the kitchen is not functional, has no flow and has very little storage for this busy family of 5. The cousins improve flow by removing French doors into a covered porch and adding a wall of cabinets topped with leathered granite, as well as a kitchen island, plenty of prep space and updated stainless steel appliances. The adjoining dining room gains French doors out to the back yard, a pub-height table set upon cabinets, a kids work area, industrial lighting and a wall of storage.

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