TV Schedule

Friday, May 1

6:30
AM
Episode 107

Married architects with a small child have been living without a working kitchen for over two years. Down to the studs they were doing dishes in the bathtub and bathroom sinks. In three days, their galley kitchen is built into a sleek, modern, and working kitchen that still keeps touches of its original 50s tree house look. New maple flooring is added, over 170 ceiling planks were installed to give the room a light, bright and open feel; stainless steel appliances were fitted into the cabinets to make everything look like furniture; a yellow accent wall was added to contrast the white; and a combination of engineered stone and butcher block counters were installed. Host Todd Davis did several projects with the homeowners like handmade barstools, an art piece made with a mirror, and hanging indoor terrariums.

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7:00
AM
Episode 212

This dark and cluttered upstairs master bedroom doesn't reflect the homeowners' bohemian and artistic style. By ripping out a dilapidated covered balcony, adding a 10-foot bi-fold door, and building a sustainable open balcony with metal mesh railings allows natural light to pour in and provides views to a lush backyard. Adding a colorful & abstract landscape mural, crochet t-shirt rug, and reclaimed wood doors on a track system help to bring the outdoors in. Placing the bed in the middle of the room with a custom headboard with storage, eliminates the need for extra furniture and makes the space feel bigger and airier.

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7:30
AM
Episode 101

Flea Markets are gold mines for interior designers and do-it-yourselfers! All you need is a little cash, a good eye, and imagination. Flea Market Flip puts two teams to the test--challenging them to find diamonds in the rough to rescue, recycle, and re-invent into decorating gems and resold for a profit. Hosted by Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer, a flea market fanatic, the teams are given 500 dollars and a limited time to hunt for pieces with potential and haggle for the lowest prices. Once purchased they'll head to the workshop to rebuild, refurbish or completely re-invent their finds, in hopes of creating treasures that will bring them a bigger profit. Then it's off to the next flea market, where the buyers are now sellers, trying to flip their finds in this winner take all competition. Whichever team makes more money with their re-imagined design pieces wins a cash prize.

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8:00
AM
Episode 104

This episode of Flea Market Flip features sisters Lisa and Katie who grew up being dragged by their mother to flea markets and tag sales. They are taking on fabulous friends and stylists with fabulous taste, Nissa and Anson. Each team gets a $500 budget to find, fix-up and flip projects from items purchased at the Stormville Airport Antique Show & Flea Market. Both teams are only given one hour to shop for design projects that involve creating lighting fixtures, refurbishing upholstered pieces, and reimagining objects to give them a new purpose. After discovering some diamonds in the rough at the flea market, both teams put their design-savvy skills to the test, and get to work transforming and refurbishing their finds, in the hopes of turning a huge profit at New York's coolest flea market, Brooklyn Flea. The team that makes the most selling their fixed up finds takes home a $5,000 prize. Hosted by Designer/Flea Marketer and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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8:30
AM
Episode 108

This episode of Flea Market Flip features New Yorkers Larry and Ivan, two brash buddies who love to build, as they go up against Amy and Janel, who are two friends that have a keen eye for design. Each team gets $500 to spend at Connecticut's Elephant's Trunk Country Flea Market on items to fix-up and flip. The teams only have one hour to shop for design projects that involve combining form and function, creating an original piece of art, and fashioning a durable design piece that can withstand the test of time. After finding their at the flea market, both teams get to work on transforming their finds, in the hopes of outselling the other team at New York's hippest flea market, Brooklyn Flea. The team that makes the most selling their refurbished and reimagined pieces takes home $5,000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market Expert and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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9:00
AM
Episode 203

College friends Merry and Jessica square off against New York artisans Chuck and Suzanne. With only one hour and a $500 budget the teams race through the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut. They'll be hunting and haggling for design projects that feature upholstery, stylish storage, and inspirational design. Then with no time to waste the teams hit the workshop. Merry and Jessica go for a prohibition theme while Chuck and Suzanne create tribute pieces to the 80s. Which era will resonate with buyers at New York's Brooklyn Flea… Will it be 80s nostalgia or speakeasy chic? The team that makes the most net profit goes home $5,000 richer. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market addict and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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9:30
AM
Episode 206

Designers and friends Ingrid and Candace take on the creative husband-wife team of Ed and Lisa. Each team gets $500 to find, fix-up and flip items purchased at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut. Given only one hour to hunted down and haggle for the projects on their Flip List: Good Bones, World Design and Mix & Match. Both teams then get to work transforming their finds in the hopes of making huge profits at NYC's Antiques Garage. One team embraces a whimsical cow print fabric which is a risky choice. Will it make them a whole lot of moo'la? We'll see! Hosted by Designer/Flea Market fanatic and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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10:00
AM
Episode 212

Sassy best friends April and Jenn battle it out with married couple Mark and Veronica. Each team gets $500 and only one hour to shop at Southern California's Long Beach Antique Market for pieces to fix-up and flip. Their Flip List projects include: Lighting, Double-Duty and Inspirational Design. After landing some deals at the flea market, both teams get to work, in the hopes of bringing their big ideas to life. Things don't go entirely as planned for one team whose plans include some doilies and papier-mâché! Will their setback set them back when it comes time to sell? Hopefully not, because the team that makes the biggest profit wins $5,000. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market maven and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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10:30
AM
Episode 309

Upcycling husband and wife team, Jeff and Ilana take on flipping friends Jeannine and Robin. The fun begins when each team gets $500 and only one hour to find pieces that need a little TLC at the Elephant's Trunk Flea Market in New Milford, Connecticut. The teams waste no time, searching the flea for their projects: Good Bones, Global Design, and Fabric. Once the shopping's done, the teams get busy transforming their finds, which include a one-of-a-kind table made of recycled horseshoes, in the hopes of scoring big profits at New York's Long Island City Flea. But will these horseshoes be lucky enough to turn a big profit? In the end, the team that makes the most profit takes home $5,000. Hosted by Interior Designer/Flea Market expert and Good Morning America Anchor Lara Spencer.

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11:00
AM
Episode 312

Fashion bloggers Helene and Amy hope their stylish eyes can translate into big bucks, as they test their skills against experienced flippers Nicole and Luke. Both teams are given $500 and one hour to race down the aisles of the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts. The teams are tackling 3 design projects that feature creating pieces involving Paper, as well as Inspired By and Rustic to Refined projects. One team attempts to create a lighting fixture out of antique roofing hooks, but will it hook them up with big profits? The team that makes the most net profit at the Antiques Garage in New York City walks away $5,000 richer. Hosted by Designer/Flea Market authority and Good Morning America Anchor Lara Spencer.

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11:30
AM
Episode 302

Brooklyn buddies Anthony and Jack go up against cute and crafty lovebirds Cole and Kelly. Both teams get one hour and a $500 budget to race through the Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts to shop for design projects that feature chic storage, busted design, and a dining project. The teams then head into the workshop to bust out their pieces, while busting each other's chops. In the end, they'll take their reimagined finds to New York City's Antiques Garage, where the team that makes the biggest profit wins $5000. Hosted by Designer and Good Morning America Co-Anchor Lara Spencer.

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12:00
PM
Episode 7504

Jay and Pauline are ready to buy their first home together in San Francisco. But in one of the world's priciest markets, even with a budget of $900,000, finding a place that works for both of them is a tall order. Jay wants a charming Victorian, while his wife prefers something sleek and modern.

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12:30
PM
Episode 5607

Kevin and Cassidy were just starting their life together in Texas when a job opportunity summoned Kevin to Jamaica. Although they love life in Houston, the allure of an adventurous international opportunity was irresistible. With beautiful beaches, amazing food and a legendary music scene at their fingertips, they thought moving to paradise would be no problem (mon), but making a new home in a developing nation won't be as easy as the slogans say. With a limited budget and sometimes-conflicting priorities, these two will have to agree on what paradise really is before they can find one love in sunny Jamaica.

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1:00
PM
Episode 212

Eight years ago, Steph and Cynthia bought their historic housee from Cynthia's mom. The home's character, location, and backyard is what won them over, but after having two kids, their home is now bursting at the seams. All Cynthia wants is more storage space to organize all the clutter in their current home. But Steph is just fed up and thinks the only solution is a bigger house. Here to dig this couple out from the clutter are rivals Designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try and bring order to chaos with a functional redesign. While Todd believes he can find all the storage they could ever need in a newer bigger home. Conflicted over what to do with a beautiful old home that is bursting at the seams, Steph and Cynthia will have to decide, will they love their home again...or will they list it?

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2:00
PM
Episode 213

While Mike and Karen settled on a single level rancher, they were sold on living next to the mountains. And the outdoors are still awesome, but the house itself is another story. Before signing off on the sale Karen struck a deal with her handy husband that the house would be torn down or completely renovated. But talk is cheap because seven years later, not much has changed. Now that their daughter has moved away, Karen's patience is running out and she's ready to ditch their dysfunctional home for one with a functional entertaining space, but Mike is content and could live in their house another 20 years. Here to end this stalemate are competitors designer Jillian and Realtor Todd. Jillian and her team hope to reinvent this cramped house with a 21st century Reno. While Todd will try to find a new house for empty nesters who like to entertain. Faced with a difficult decision, will Karen and Mike love their home again or will they list it?

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3:00
PM
Episode 305

Fourteen years ago, Kavita and Sanjeev left the Middle East looking for the perfect place to raise their young family. And the home they found was perfect when the boys were young, but now that they're grown, the space is too cramped. Kavita is ready to go and find a larger house, but Sanjeev thinks they can expand within their current home. Here to help them figure out the situation are rivals designer Jillian and realtor Todd. Jillian and her team will try to create more space in this tricky house with an open concept redesign, while Todd plans to treat the family to a more spacious, modern home. at odds over what to do with a small outdated house in an upscale neighborhood, Kavita and Sanjeev have to decide- will they love their home again or will they list it?

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4:00
PM
Episode 211

Five years ago when Gary moved into Michele's house, it seemed like a small compromise for a second chance at love. But now that the last of Michele's kids have left the nest, her devoted husband wants out of her old house. While Gary's worried about cutting himself shaving in the bathroom, they are both concerned about falling in the shower. And now that the downstairs is no longer a basement suite for Michele's son, the kitchen has turned into a makeshift potting shed and Gary's den is anything but a cozy getaway. Enter home experts Jillian and Todd. Designer Jillian and her team hope to turn this old family home in an ideal setting into a retirees' retreat. But Realtor Todd will try to prove another house could make them happy for the long haul. Tired of making do in their awkward house, Gary and Michele are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?

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5:00
PM
Episode 207

Betty-Lou and Eric love their upscale home of 23 years, but as they look to a more relaxed future, Eric sees a need to downsize. Although these two passionate gardeners transformed their backyard carport into a relaxing oasis, and they love the central location of their home, they can't agree on what to do next... they can, however, at least agree that their home needs a renovation. Betty-Lou stands by her house and thinks that some renovations will do the trick, but Eric thinks they are at the point in their lives where they should sell and move to some place smaller. Enter competitors Jillian and Todd. Designer Jillian and her team will try to bring this dated abode into the new millennium with a fully functional redesign while real estate agent Todd believes a smaller, turnkey home is the winning solution. Fed up with arguing about the upside to downsizing, Betty-Lou and Eric have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?

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6:00
PM
Episode 310

After falling in love 5 years ago, Susan and Harvey searched the city for a heritage house that felt like home. But now that there's a baby on the way, Susan can't see how family life fits in a 1930's character house. Harvey loves the warm, charming feel of their home and doesn't want to move, but Susan wants a functional house before the baby arrives. To put this argument in the past, enter our rivals Realtor Todd and Designer Jillian. Todd hopes to prove another house can offer vintage charm in a family friendly way, while Jillian and her team hope to make peace by renovating the character house into a stress-free family home. Fed up with debating the fate of their cozy, old bungalow, Susan and Harvey are wondering whether they will love their home again, or will they list it?

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7:00
PM
Episode 1007

Pam and Brad were expecting their fourth child when they moved into their 1200 square foot bungalow five years ago. With only three bedrooms, and a deathtrap of an entryway, they need Designer Hilary and Realtor David to squeeze themselves into this cozy predicament. Hilary and her team will try to reconfigure Pam and Brad's home to fit their growing family of 6, while David hopes to deliver a home in the right area with a room for everyone. Pam and Brad will have to decide, can they love their home again or will they list it?

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8:00
PM
Episode HLILI-913T2H

When Jody and Sam discovered they were expecting their first child, they traded their downtown condo for a more sensible home. Not long after the arrival of their son, Jody noticed the many problems with their new house. Sam, on the other hand, is content with their claustrophobic home and wants to stay put. Coming in to the mix are designer Hilary and realtor David- both determined to save this family from their over cramped quarters. Hilary and her team plan to totally renovate Jody and Sam's dingy basement while David tries to find this couple a house that will please both of them. Desperate for a house with the space to accommodate this family, Jody and Sam must to decide if can they love their home again or will they list it?

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9:00
PM
Episode 1003

When artist Deborah and musician Jay bought this 2000 square foot home in an up-and-coming neighborhood, they did so thinking it would bring an end to a decade of moving from place to place. Five years later, the home is just not working for this family of four who works, plays, and goes to school, all under one roof. While Jay may be in love with this house, Deborah is anything but. Making their way into the mix are Designer Hilary and Realtor David, each convinced they could bring an end to the daily dysfunction for Deborah and Jay. Hillary tries to create harmony by completely transforming the function of their home, while David offers a few unique options, including a lifestyle change. Looking for a new way to support their home-based life, Deborah and Jay will have to decide whether can they love their home again, or will they list it?

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10:00
PM
Episode 9605

After years of moving around for his military career, Terry now has a settled job in the Washington National Guard, so he and his wife Brenda are ready to buy a house in their adopted hometown of DuPont, Washington. She dreams of finding a Northwestern Contemporary that has a ground floor office with a large window, so she can feel a part of the community while she works at home. Terry wants an open concept home that allows him to vacuum all the rooms while never moving from one central spot. On this hunt, they may find that settling down will cause them to settle for something that may not meet their quirky wishes.

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10:30
PM
Episode 7602

Constant travelers Nick and Tracey have lived in four US cities in six years. Before they settled down permanently, they wanted a chance to experience Europe as a family. With Nick landing a job in Wiesbaden, Germany, the family looks forward to making their dreams come true. Wiesbaden has become an investor's haven, leaving few openings for renters, so Nick is laid back in his wants for a property, he only wants to stay under budget and have a yard. But after years of travelling, Tracey wants a new and modern stand-alone home as House Hunters International explores Wiesbaden, Germany.

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11:00
PM
Episode 9005

Josh and Kate are moving their three young boys from South Carolina to Clermont, Florida to be closer to Josh's family. He wants a house with plenty of play space for the boys. She wants a place with some historic charm and lake views. But on their budget, finding a home that has it all is going to require some serious compromises, like living next to bats.

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12:00
AM
Episode 1003

When artist Deborah and musician Jay bought this 2000 square foot home in an up-and-coming neighborhood, they did so thinking it would bring an end to a decade of moving from place to place. Five years later, the home is just not working for this family of four who works, plays, and goes to school, all under one roof. While Jay may be in love with this house, Deborah is anything but. Making their way into the mix are Designer Hilary and Realtor David, each convinced they could bring an end to the daily dysfunction for Deborah and Jay. Hillary tries to create harmony by completely transforming the function of their home, while David offers a few unique options, including a lifestyle change. Looking for a new way to support their home-based life, Deborah and Jay will have to decide whether can they love their home again, or will they list it?

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1:00
AM
Episode 9605

After years of moving around for his military career, Terry now has a settled job in the Washington National Guard, so he and his wife Brenda are ready to buy a house in their adopted hometown of DuPont, Washington. She dreams of finding a Northwestern Contemporary that has a ground floor office with a large window, so she can feel a part of the community while she works at home. Terry wants an open concept home that allows him to vacuum all the rooms while never moving from one central spot. On this hunt, they may find that settling down will cause them to settle for something that may not meet their quirky wishes.

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1:30
AM
Episode 7602

Constant travelers Nick and Tracey have lived in four US cities in six years. Before they settled down permanently, they wanted a chance to experience Europe as a family. With Nick landing a job in Wiesbaden, Germany, the family looks forward to making their dreams come true. Wiesbaden has become an investor's haven, leaving few openings for renters, so Nick is laid back in his wants for a property, he only wants to stay under budget and have a yard. But after years of travelling, Tracey wants a new and modern stand-alone home as House Hunters International explores Wiesbaden, Germany.

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2:00
AM
Episode 9005

Josh and Kate are moving their three young boys from South Carolina to Clermont, Florida to be closer to Josh's family. He wants a house with plenty of play space for the boys. She wants a place with some historic charm and lake views. But on their budget, finding a home that has it all is going to require some serious compromises, like living next to bats.

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3:00
AM
Episode HLILI-913T2H

When Jody and Sam discovered they were expecting their first child, they traded their downtown condo for a more sensible home. Not long after the arrival of their son, Jody noticed the many problems with their new house. Sam, on the other hand, is content with their claustrophobic home and wants to stay put. Coming in to the mix are designer Hilary and realtor David- both determined to save this family from their over cramped quarters. Hilary and her team plan to totally renovate Jody and Sam's dingy basement while David tries to find this couple a house that will please both of them. Desperate for a house with the space to accommodate this family, Jody and Sam must to decide if can they love their home again or will they list it?

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