TV Schedule

Saturday , Jan 31

  • 7:00
    AM
    DBCR-403H

    Matt chooses one homeowner from hundreds at an open casting call, and she really needs help. Her bathroom is a disaster, made worse by the belief that a tube of caulk can solve every problem. Plus, the door is off the vanity, the shower is about to fall over and the bathroom, which could barely serve one, now has to accommodate a boyfriend. Matt decides to steal space from a connecting bedroom to help open up this cramped room. A brick chimney that is original to the home will separate two floating vanities with concrete countertops and vessel sinks. In a separate, tiled space the Crashers crew is bringing in a sleek soaking tub and walk-in shower, complete with body sprays. And a stacked wood wall will act as a focal point for a flat-screen TV.

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  • 7:30
    AM
    DBCR-510H

    A small bathroom is transformed into a space for two in this remodel. Using the bedroom next door will give the homeowners the private space they need, while transforming the old space into a powder room for their guests. Separated by the pocket door, the two rooms share a rustic theme. Both have wood vanities with custom-made concrete counter-tops and stone floors in a herringbone pattern. The homeowner side gets a few other amenities including a large shower, copper tub that sits on a bed of rocks and reclaimed ceiling beams which also serve as a light fixture.

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  • 8:00
    AM
    DBCR-709FH

    These two, small and ugly spaces aren't giving the homeowners the proper bathroom set-up they need. To fix this problem, Bath Crashers is joining the spaces to make one, large master suite, with plenty of room for guests. A giant tub with jets gets wrapped with a recycled granite stone. The walk-in shower with body sprays is big enough for two, complete with a de-fogging mirror. The stone floors are heated for warmth, a new window is added for natural light and double vanity sits next to a new flat-screen TV.

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  • 8:30
    AM
    907F

    This bathroom is ill equipped for this family of four. It's bland, boring and lacking in square-footage. To fix this, Bath Crashers takes the bedroom next door to create a modern space with an Asian inspired theme. A sliding translucent panel divides the room. One side has a double vanity, tub and massive walk-in shower. The other side is a powder room for guests. The vanity area is given natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows on either side and a touch of tech is installed with a hidden TV mirror. Bamboo floors lay the groundwork for this Zen space and an illuminated bamboo wall sits behind a tub that plays music.

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  • 9:00
    AM
    908F

    A bath with carpet and angled walls is reshaped and expanded with eclectic touches. A free-standing soaker tub sits atop 24in.x48in. slab tiles and is framed by a DIY sculptured wood wall. A floating vanity with vessel sinks and wall-mounted faucets are accessed by a pivoting door and a salvaged china cabinet is transformed into extra storage.

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  • 9:30
    AM
    910F

    This bathroom is too big, ugly and tacky for these homeowners. To tackle their bathroom nightmare, they call upon Bath Crashers to create a modern masterpiece for the space. They gut it down to the studs and re-build the room with function and style. The walk-in shower is now big enough for two with seven fixtures and music. The freestanding tub is art and sits in front of an ethanol-burning fireplace. The materials are the perfect combination of rustic meets modern with three-dimensional tiled walls and dark hardwood on the floor that are given new light with several floor-to-ceiling windows.

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  • 10:00
    AM
    HLILI-1008H

    While this 1000 square foot semi made Barb and Pete happy when they purchased it two decades ago, two kids and several swimming practices later, they're ready to jump off the deep end. Designer Hilary and her team try to overhaul Barb and Pete's tiny home, while David searches for a stunning house in the right location. Desperate for a home that can dry up all their woes, Barb and Pete will have to decide, can they love their home again or will they list it?

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  • 11:00
    AM
    HLILI-905H

    After years of living alone, Bob met and married Lorraine prompting them both to start thinking differently about his beloved bachelor pad. Lorraine wants a house that feels more like a family home, but Bob is perfectly content living in the past in his old digs. Stepping into the debate are Designer Hilary and Realtor David. Hilary and her team will try to convert Bob and Lorraine's house back to a single-family home, but David will try to find a place in Bob and Lorraine's neighborhood that suits everyone's needs. Desperate for a home that can provide both space and peace of mind for this couple, Bob and Lorraine must choose- can they love their home again or will they list it?

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  • 12:00
    PM
    HLILI-1006H

    Sue and her son used to live alone in this 1100 square foot house. 10 years after squeezing in Bruce and his two grown kids, Bruce is ready to pack his bags, and stretch his legs in a bigger house, but Sue doesn't want to say good-bye to 20 years of memories. Realtor David will try to find a home with more space for this family of five, while Designer Hilary and her team hope to create more space within the tiny home. In the end, Sue and Bruce will have to decide, can they love their home again, or will they list it?

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  • 1:00
    PM
    HLILI-1005H

    Eight years after buying a 2200 square foot income property, Becky and Junior's tenants have moved out of the top floors, but they and their two daughters still live in the basement apartment. Becky wants to reclaim the upstairs space to make the whole house their family home, but Junior wants to start fresh in a new house. Designer Hilary and her team plan to bring this family out of the basement, while Realtor David searches for a home that Becky and Junior will both love. Desperate to move out of their cramped quarters, Becky and Junior will have to decide, will they love their home again or will they list it?

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  • 2:00
    PM
    HHUTR-409ZH

    Newlyweds Eric and Erin have been living with roomates to save money for their first home. They're now ready to ditch their frat lifestyle and set out on their own, but agreeing on what house to buy may cause a hiccup in their marital bliss. While they disagree on architectural style, they share the same love for entertaining and wanting a kitchen that's big enough for both of them to cook in. After much bickering and debate they agree on a cozy single family home with good bones and begin demolition right away. Looking for a design plan and details that are a little outside-the-box they turn to seasoned designer Samantha Knapp. With Sam's vivid imagination and keen sense of color and style their house is transformed from a bland box to a stunning retreat, but getting there is no easy task. The road to perfection is paved with perspiration, pitfalls and plenty of ups and downs. In the end all the shenanigans cease and the renovation comes together for a fanciful masterpiece like you've never seen before.

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  • 3:00
    PM
    HHUTR-406H

    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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  • 4:00
    PM
    HHUTR-411ZH

    Chris, Erin, and their baby Sebastian have been living in Chris's native Australia. But Australia's high cost of living and wanting to be closer to Erin's parents has prompted them to move back to her hometown of Milton, MA. They've been living with her family as they search for a place of their own. Erin is clear that she doesn't want a Cape Cod home, which she feels is all too common in New England. She'd prefer a contemporary split-level; Chris loves all things modern, paired with rustic elements like exposed beams. Of utmost importance is finding an in-law suite for Chris's parents, who visit for months at a time from Australia. They have a max budget of $600,000 which includes buying furniture and any renovations the place might need. Once they agree on a home, renovations begin straightaway, since Chris's parents are coming to visit in only 9 weeks. With a tight turnaround and rising costs, Chris & Erin struggle to finish extensive kitchen and basement updates in time for their guests.

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  • 5:00
    PM
    HHUTR-412H

    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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  • 6:00
    PM
    101Z

    In the series premiere of Ellen's Design Challenge, 6 furniture designers from all over America arrive at a workshop where they meet their carpenters and receive a gift from Ellen that they must transform into their first piece of furniture. During the build tensions run high between one of the designers and her carpenter while another designer struggles to fix a structural flaw before time runs out. Series judges, Christiane Lemieux and Amanda Dameron are joined by world renowned furniture manufacturer, Jason Chauncey as they critique the designers' creations and decide who will be the first one to go home.

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  • 7:00
    PM
    HPBRS-604H

    With their two small children, Melissa and Joe outgrew the family home, so they sold the property and moved in with her parents. But now they're even more cramped for space than before, and it's high time they found their forever home. Drew and Jonathan promise to deliver a perfect property in record time. But the only way to satisfy the couple's wish list is to buy a fixer-upper in their preferred neighborhood and customize it to their specifications. It's Drew's job to find a property with lots of potential. And then it's up to Jonathan to deliver an awesome guest suite and home theater where the family can entertain and unwind in style. Along the way, Jonathan and the couple don wetsuits to test showerheads at the showroom, and an unexpected repair hits the budget hard.

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  • 8:00
    PM
    HPBRS-605H

    With an empty nest and a new lease on life, Sandy is looking to live it up in an urban pad of her own. And she's enlisted her identical twin sister and best friend Susy to help her find the perfect downtown property. Adding even more twin power to the real estate mix, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan promise to find Sandy her dream home. But that will mean buying a fixer-upper and customizing it to fit her exhaustive wish list. Drew takes charge of the house hunt. But when Sandy finally falls for a home with great bones, an unwelcome surprise threatens to derail the entire deal.

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  • 9:00
    PM
    HPBRS-304H

    Stuck in a tiny apartment with their rambunctious young son, Evan, Kristine and Paul are desperate to buy a new spacious home. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help the couple find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. While Kristine prefers to live downtown, Paul favours size, and the couple can't agree on anything. They finally decide between two big renovation projects, but the home inspection reveals a litany of problems that hammer their budget. With only five weeks to complete the job, Jonathan has to hustle. But when they rip out the walls, Jonathan uncovers potential danger. The renovation goes from bad to worse when every single aspect of the house seems severely damaged. Watching their dreams disintegrate, the couple struggles to keep cool while Jonathan races to finish the job on time and on budget.

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  • 11:00
    PM
    HNT-8509H

    David and Lynne are tired of the fast paced DC lifestyle and have decided to move to the country, relocating 2 hours south to Charlottesville, Virginia. However, they can't quite agree on what type of place to get. David wants a newer, move-in ready home in town, but Lynne wants an old farmhouse in the country on several acres. Will these city folk find their country dream, or be left out in the sticks?

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  • 11:30
    PM
    HHINT-7212H

    Greg and Becky were just getting used to Maryland when Greg was re-assigned to Guam by the US Navy. Knowing that life on a tiny island halfway around the world might be a mayday situation, the couple opted to bring their senior dog Mandy with them, hoping her presence might make Guam feel more like home. But even with Mandy leading their pack, there may be rough sailing ahead. Becky wants to invest in comfort and convenience, but Greg knows the assignment may be short-term. With dueling demands and an officer's budget, Greg and Becky may just let Mandy decide which house is for these dogs in Guam.

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  • 12:00
    AM
    HPBRS-304H

    Stuck in a tiny apartment with their rambunctious young son, Evan, Kristine and Paul are desperate to buy a new spacious home. The Property Brothers come to the rescue and help the couple find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. While Kristine prefers to live downtown, Paul favours size, and the couple can't agree on anything. They finally decide between two big renovation projects, but the home inspection reveals a litany of problems that hammer their budget. With only five weeks to complete the job, Jonathan has to hustle. But when they rip out the walls, Jonathan uncovers potential danger. The renovation goes from bad to worse when every single aspect of the house seems severely damaged. Watching their dreams disintegrate, the couple struggles to keep cool while Jonathan races to finish the job on time and on budget.

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  • 2:00
    AM
    HNT-8509H

    David and Lynne are tired of the fast paced DC lifestyle and have decided to move to the country, relocating 2 hours south to Charlottesville, Virginia. However, they can't quite agree on what type of place to get. David wants a newer, move-in ready home in town, but Lynne wants an old farmhouse in the country on several acres. Will these city folk find their country dream, or be left out in the sticks?

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  • 2:30
    AM
    HHINT-7212H

    Greg and Becky were just getting used to Maryland when Greg was re-assigned to Guam by the US Navy. Knowing that life on a tiny island halfway around the world might be a mayday situation, the couple opted to bring their senior dog Mandy with them, hoping her presence might make Guam feel more like home. But even with Mandy leading their pack, there may be rough sailing ahead. Becky wants to invest in comfort and convenience, but Greg knows the assignment may be short-term. With dueling demands and an officer's budget, Greg and Becky may just let Mandy decide which house is for these dogs in Guam.

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  • 3:00
    AM
    HPBRS-605H

    With an empty nest and a new lease on life, Sandy is looking to live it up in an urban pad of her own. And she's enlisted her identical twin sister and best friend Susy to help her find the perfect downtown property. Adding even more twin power to the real estate mix, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan promise to find Sandy her dream home. But that will mean buying a fixer-upper and customizing it to fit her exhaustive wish list. Drew takes charge of the house hunt. But when Sandy finally falls for a home with great bones, an unwelcome surprise threatens to derail the entire deal.

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