TV Schedule

Sunday, Mar 22

7:00
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Episode 211

Neighbors Frank and Patrick take on stylish husband wife team of Marc and Tiffany. Each team has a $500 budget, and only one hour to shop at Southern California's Long Beach Antique Market. Their Flip List projects include Chic Storage, Mirror Project and Light & Dark Design. After hustling through the flea market, both teams must transform their pieces, which include a vintage console radio, in an effort to rake in the big bucks. The team with the biggest profit on their re-imagined pieces wins $5,000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market devotee and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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7:30
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Episode 304

Experienced pickers Heshy and Michael go toe-to-toe with fashionable friends Holly and Carlyle, as each team gets $500 to find, fix, and flip pieces they'll buy at the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts. Projects they'll be shopping for include Durable Design, Elements of Glass, and a nostalgia project. After haggling for some hidden gems, the teams head into the workshop, where Heshy and Michael create a steampunk-inspired piece which impresses some, but sparks fly when their competitors say it looks like an electric chair! Ultimately, shoppers at New York City's Antiques Garage will decide the teams' fate, since the ones that makes the biggest profit off their transformed pieces takes home $5,000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market connoisseur and Good Morning America Anchor Lara Spencer.

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8:00
AM
Episode 213

Two sets of roommates go head-to-head. Great friends Travis and Sydney take on the spunky duo of Gina and Lindsey. The fun starts when each team gets a $500 budget and only one hour to find pieces that need a little TLC at the grand daddy of west coast flea markets… The Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, California. The teams waste no time, searching the flea for their projects: Seating, Fixer-Upper and Mix & Match. Once the shopping's over, the teams get busy transforming their finds in the workshop, in the hopes of scoring big profits at Hollywood's Melrose Trading Post. The team that makes the most profit takes home $5,000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market guru and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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8:30
AM
Episode 301

Rocker dudes, Dave and Ryan are throwing down against designing moms Charlotte and Jill in a battle for Total Flea Market Domination. The verbal jabs start flying between these two competitive teams while shopping at the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts. Here, they'll have only one hour, and $500 to purchase 3 projects, including unexpected seating, creating a "funk-tional" piece, and a reimagine project. Next the teams head into the workshop, where the sparks continue to fly as they makeover their pieces in the hopes of raking in big profits at New York City's Antiques Garage. The team that comes out on top takes home $5000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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9:00
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Episode 303

Style Hunters Mar and Paul go up against the competitive husband and wife team of Ian and Amanda. Each team is given a $500 budget to find, fix-up and flip items purchased at the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts. They'll have only one hour to hunt and haggle for bargains, as they shop for projects featuring industrial design, color theory, and transforming an "ugly duckling" piece. Both teams then get to work fixing up their finds in the workshop, in the hopes of raking in the dough at NYC's Antiques Garage. One team transforms an antique carriage wheel into a massive wall clock, but will it turn a tidy profit? The team that makes the most off their pieces wins $5000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market maven and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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9:30
AM
Episode 208

Great friends Renita and Charmaine take on sweethearts John Paul and Ashleigh. Each team is given a $500 budget to find, fix-up and flip items purchased at New York's Stormville Airport Flea Market. Given only one hour to find their items, the teams must shop for design projects that feature elements of glass, dining and wild card. After discovering some hidden gems, including a coveted chaise lounge, the teams get to work transforming their finds in the hopes of raking in big profits at New York's Brooklyn Flea. The team that makes the most net profit goes home $5,000 richer. For one team, it's a big risk, the chaise lounge will either pay off big or fall flat. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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10:00
AM
Episode 311

Junkologists Scoop and Moose take on flea market-obsessed besties Sarah and Regina, as each team is given $500 to find, fix-up and flip items purchased at the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts. The teams shop for design projects that feature Double Duty, as well as Mirrored and Retro pieces. Then both teams get busy at the workshop transforming their finds, while unexpectedly becoming fast friends. Next stop is New York City's Antiques Garage, where the teams must look past their newfound friendship as they try to sell their reimagined pieces, because the team that makes the biggest profit wins $5000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market maven and Good Morning America Anchor Lara Spencer.

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10:30
AM
Episode 308

Fashionable friends with similar tastes, who even share their first name, Laura, go up against fun-loving friends Dianne and Clyde. Each team is handed $500 and given only an hour to find pieces at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut, that they'll fix-up and flip. Their Flip List includes Hollywood Regency, as well as Upholstery and Mash-up projects. After hustling through the flea market, both teams hit the workshop to transform their pieces. Relying on chance, team Laura often flips a coin to decide their next move. The teams will then take their transformed pieces to sell at New York City's Green Flea, and the team that makes the biggest profit takes home $5,000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market enthusiast and Good Morning America Anchor Lara Spencer.

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11:00
AM
Episode 305

Flashy upcyclers Darren and Stephan go to battle with stylish siblings Rose and Sophie. Each pair gets $500 to find, fix-up and flip items purchased at the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts. Given only one hour to hunt and haggle for some bargains, the teams shop for design projects featuring Lighting, Inspired by Nature, and a "Twisted Traditional" assignment. Darren and Stephan bring their own brand of bling into the workshop, where things don't go exactly as planned, but will that help or hurt them when the teams head to New York City's Green Flea to sell their refurb'd pieces? In the end, the team that makes the biggest profit... Wins $5000! Hosted by Designer/Flea Market fanatic and Good Morning America Anchor Lara Spencer.

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11:30
AM
Episode 410

Experienced flippers, Brenda and Mark are ready to take on designing sweethearts, Lauren and Ben. With just one hour to shop and $500 in hand, each team hunts the aisles at Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut for hidden gems they can flip for big profits. The Flip List projects include: Radical Restoration, Geometric Design, and Mash up Design. In the workshop, Brenda and Mark put their skills to the test while Lauren and Ben try turn their treasures into gold. When it comes time to sell at New York's Long Island City Flea, will Mark's mustache be their lucky charm? The team that makes the most profit will score $5000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market pro and Good Morning America Anchor, Lara Spencer.

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12:00
PM
Episode 412

Alan, Jen, and their dog Harry have been living in a 1 bedroom, 625 square foot apartment in Manhattan's Battery Park City. While they love city living, they're ready to buy a place of their own. They are leaving Manhattan's high real estate prices behind to look for a fixer-upper in Westchester County, where they both grew up. With a budget of $600,000, Alan likes mid-century homes, and is hoping to find something they can transform into his modern style. Jen, on the other hand, loves two-story tudors and colonials. Once they purchase a home, they waste no time getting to work. They've set aside $40,000 to tackle renovations, and they have plans to update nearly every room in the house. But it doesn't take long for problems to occur, from asbestos-laden pipes to lead paint that must be removed before any other work can occur. After over two months of ups and downs, they end up with a first home to be proud of.

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1:00
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Episode 406

New parents, John and Jacki, are looking for a baby friendly home in the competitive real estate market of coastal Connecticut. John, a realtor, and hunting and sailing enthusiast, has lots of needs on his househunt wish list, one of them being lots of storage for his boats. His wife Jacki, the practical planner of the two, is looking for a cottage beach style home they can grow into. When they finally find a perfect fit they tackle the kitchen renovation themselves, getting their hands dirty to cut some costs. But cutting costs turns doesn't always save on time so they solicit help from John's childhood friend, now a contractor, to help get the kitchen done. In a hurry to get out of their rental they double up on the help and hire designer Susan Glick who transforms their drab bedroom into a rich luxurious master suite. It's a long road of reno with a multitude of pitfalls but in the end this young couple has the home of their dreams.

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2:00
PM
Episode 510

With two growing boys, Eric and Linda are ready to get out of their small Somerville, Massachusetts rental and into a home with more space. Eric's job as a fireman requires him to find a home within the city limits, but the area's soaring real estate prices are making that a challenge with their first time buyers' budget. Not to mention that Eric wants a two-family home that can provide extra income from renters, while Linda dreams of a single-family home where they can have a space that's all their own. Their agent Marc Ouellet will need to find a place that's not only the perfect compromise, but also has at least three bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, and a yard for the boys.

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3:00
PM
Episode 502

High school sweethearts Tyler and Kelley live in Burbank, CA and are ready to upgrade from apartment living. They've decided to look for a house to buy, and with the help of their real estate broker, who happens to be Tyler's mom, they begin the search. Kelley is hoping to find something with a charming, farmhouse look. Tyler would rather their new place be clean-lined and modern, and he's open to renovating the space. After searching and deliberating on which house to buy, they finally get the keys. Because the kitchen and bathroom need an extensive overhaul, they waste no time getting started on renovations. But improvements don't get far before they learn that hidden water damage in the kitchen has given rise to an extensive mold issue. Foundation problems in the bathroom also cost valuable time and money. It takes over two months, but when the renovation is complete, these two have a home that they can truly call their own.

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4:00
PM
Episode 503

Kate and Tom are expecting their first baby and need to upgrade from their small Boston apartment to a larger home in the suburbs before their son arrives. The problem is that she wants a small cozy home with Victorian charm and he wants a large Colonial with a grand feel. And while she's worried about taking on too many renovation projects in their first home, as a professional electrician, he's more than happy to get his hands dirty and gut the entire place himself. Their agent Nancy Fudge will definitely have her work cut out for her finding a house they'll both love. While their designer Kate Maloney Albiani and contractor Dan McCarthy focus on transforming the kitchen into a functional space with a cozy but grand feel, Tom tackles a very long list of projects himself -- from rewiring the house to building a bathroom to finishing the nursery so their son will have a place to sleep.

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5:00
PM
Episode 504

Having recently sold their home, Jeff, Stephanie and their three young children have moved in with his parents while they look for a place of their own near Port Chester, New York. But with two different styles Jeff and Stephanie's house hunting won't be an easy journey. While she wants a Cape with contemporary-casual style, he wants a Colonial with traditional details like molding and chair rails. Their real estate broker Julia Brasesco will have her hands full trying to find a house that suites both their tastes, and has an open kitchen gourmet enough for former pastry chef Stephanie. Once they agree on a home, this couple still won't see eye-to-eye about their kitchen overhaul. She wants glass-front cabinets, he wants a traditional wood look. She wants a stainless-steel backsplash, he wants classic tile. Yet somehow designer-contractor Donna Benedetto will blend their tastes together to create a style compromise that Stephanie, Jeff, and the kids will all love for years to come.

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6:00
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Episode 507

Ben and Katie are expecting their second child and are ready to upgrade from their Cambridge, Massachusetts condo to a house with more space. They both love the charm of old Colonials, but he wants a traditional home out in the country with lots of land while she wants a more contemporary place that's walkable to shops and restaurants. Finding something that suits both their styles and also has a fireplace for him and a soaking tub for her will be a tough challenge for their agent Ellie Botshon. But things will only get worse once they get the keys and start renovation, as their old home creates a lot of new problems. From sagging structural beams to collapsed ceilings, the renovation proves difficult at every turn. But with the help of their contractor Bill Poillucci and designer Melissa Hammond, they work though all the construction issues and style debates to pull together a gourmet kitchen and spa-like master suite that will make their new house feel like home.

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7:00
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Episode 513

Recently divorced, Carla is ready for a new home where she, her daughter Gabby, and her son Nick can get a fresh start. But while mom wants a Colonial in the suburbs, the kids are pushing for a modern place at the beach. And with downsizing in mind, the whole family's going to have to adjust to smaller homes and a tighter budget. Luckily their agent Stacy Blake is onboard to mediate the family's conflicting styles and find them the perfect home that fits everyone's needs.

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8:00
PM
Episode 107

Aaron and Keri are ready to get out of their tiny apartment, especially with the new addition to their family, their baby boy. They love the town of Oshkosh, Wisconsin but want to live closer to the water so they can enjoy the calming views and active lifestyle. Aaron and Keri have their sights set on Lake Winnebago, but finding a spacious house right on the lake below $285,000 is not an easy task. Aaron and Keri enlist the help of local real estate agent, Megan Lang, to help make their dream of lakefront living a reality.

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8:30
PM
Episode 108

John and Melissa have the chance to move to upstate New York and give their kids the chance to experience the great outdoors. Sleepy Hollow Lake has the big water feel John is nostalgic for, but Melissa is more concerned with the house itself. Finding a blend of both exterior lakefront appeal and practical indoor design for under $300,000 is a tall order for real estate agent, Vicky Wolpert, but if she can check off all the boxes under budget, it will bring John and Melissa's dreams for their family to fruition.

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9:00
PM
Episode 313

New Mexico entrepreneurs Tim and Lauren were hooked on Cozumel the first time they visited ten years ago. Now with a successful business in the States, they are moving down to their dream island to open a seaside grill and live the Caribbean life.

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9:30
PM
Episode 305

New Englanders Erik and Samantha honeymooned on St. John in 2005. They kept returning to the island for vacations and always dreaded the last day when they would have to leave. Ready for a warmer chapter in their lives, they are moving to the island to start their own business and find their forever home.

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10:30
PM
Episode 109

For years Frederick and Carina have been in search of the perfect place to call home and raise their three kids. They've tested the waters of Boston, Houston and even Miami. In the end, they realized what they really wanted was a life outside a city. They had vacationed in Key Largo many years before, loved it and wondered if it be possible to actually make a place like that their home.

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11:00
PM
Episode 9809

Texas couple Heath and Sonya have just relocated to Nashville for his new job. To get the kids excited about the move, Heath promised them a pool. Unfortunately, a home in the Nashville suburbs that has a pool within their budget isn't an easy thing to find. And since Heath picks on everything from the style of hardwood floors, to plastic siding, this family's biggest challenge in finding a new home might be Heath himself.

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11:30
PM
Episode 6306

For the last five years, George and Kathy have made Huatulco, Mexico their getaway from the cold Canadian winters. They love the area so much that they've decided that renting a home there is no longer an option. They want to own a piece of paradise. What they can't agree on, is what their winter home should look like. George likes a modern muted style while Kathy is looking for bold Mexican flair with lots of bright colors. Not only is their style different but also their spending sense. Kathy enjoys the finest things in life and will spare no expense to make sure her dream home's design is exactly how she wants it. George is worried about his wife's expensive tastes getting out of hand, and since he is the one postponing retirement to help finance their retreat, he wants to keep things to his 1.2 million dollar budget. But with homes in pricey Huatulco at a premium, real estate agent Valerie Verhalen will have a tough time keeping George's sticker shock to a minimum. Watch as George and Kathy try to keep their snowbird dream home from flying away in Huatulco, Mexico.

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12:00
AM
Episode 313

New Mexico entrepreneurs Tim and Lauren were hooked on Cozumel the first time they visited ten years ago. Now with a successful business in the States, they are moving down to their dream island to open a seaside grill and live the Caribbean life.

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12:30
AM
Episode 305

New Englanders Erik and Samantha honeymooned on St. John in 2005. They kept returning to the island for vacations and always dreaded the last day when they would have to leave. Ready for a warmer chapter in their lives, they are moving to the island to start their own business and find their forever home.

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1:30
AM
Episode 109

For years Frederick and Carina have been in search of the perfect place to call home and raise their three kids. They've tested the waters of Boston, Houston and even Miami. In the end, they realized what they really wanted was a life outside a city. They had vacationed in Key Largo many years before, loved it and wondered if it be possible to actually make a place like that their home.

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2:00
AM
Episode 9809

Texas couple Heath and Sonya have just relocated to Nashville for his new job. To get the kids excited about the move, Heath promised them a pool. Unfortunately, a home in the Nashville suburbs that has a pool within their budget isn't an easy thing to find. And since Heath picks on everything from the style of hardwood floors, to plastic siding, this family's biggest challenge in finding a new home might be Heath himself.

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2:30
AM
Episode 6306

For the last five years, George and Kathy have made Huatulco, Mexico their getaway from the cold Canadian winters. They love the area so much that they've decided that renting a home there is no longer an option. They want to own a piece of paradise. What they can't agree on, is what their winter home should look like. George likes a modern muted style while Kathy is looking for bold Mexican flair with lots of bright colors. Not only is their style different but also their spending sense. Kathy enjoys the finest things in life and will spare no expense to make sure her dream home's design is exactly how she wants it. George is worried about his wife's expensive tastes getting out of hand, and since he is the one postponing retirement to help finance their retreat, he wants to keep things to his 1.2 million dollar budget. But with homes in pricey Huatulco at a premium, real estate agent Valerie Verhalen will have a tough time keeping George's sticker shock to a minimum. Watch as George and Kathy try to keep their snowbird dream home from flying away in Huatulco, Mexico.

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3:00
AM
Episode 107

Aaron and Keri are ready to get out of their tiny apartment, especially with the new addition to their family, their baby boy. They love the town of Oshkosh, Wisconsin but want to live closer to the water so they can enjoy the calming views and active lifestyle. Aaron and Keri have their sights set on Lake Winnebago, but finding a spacious house right on the lake below $285,000 is not an easy task. Aaron and Keri enlist the help of local real estate agent, Megan Lang, to help make their dream of lakefront living a reality.

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3:30
AM
Episode 108

John and Melissa have the chance to move to upstate New York and give their kids the chance to experience the great outdoors. Sleepy Hollow Lake has the big water feel John is nostalgic for, but Melissa is more concerned with the house itself. Finding a blend of both exterior lakefront appeal and practical indoor design for under $300,000 is a tall order for real estate agent, Vicky Wolpert, but if she can check off all the boxes under budget, it will bring John and Melissa's dreams for their family to fruition.

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