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TV-PG (30 MIN)

Adrian helps his construction worker brother get cleaned up in time for his daughter's first communion.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Equestrian riding teacher Michelle dresses up for a competition celebration.


TV-PG+L (30 MIN)

Erin is a TV news reporter who just can't find a camera angle that will hide her bulging midsection. She signed up for boot camp eager to slim down for her new demo reel. But will four weeks with Tommy prove to be her toughest assignment yet?


TV-PG+L (30 MIN)

Shannon has always hated her wedding photos because of her weight. Now she's lost 60 pounds on her own and needs Tommy's help to lose more in time for an upcoming anniversary photo shoot. But she'll have to let go of her favourite fatty condiments, and get with the program to get photo-ready results.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

On this episode, our Real Designing Women prove there is always more to filling a space with furniture, art or accessories then meets the eye.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

On this episode, it's new starts and new ventures for our Real Designing Women.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

In this episode, Dee Dee is shocked to be given only a promotional beer bucket to inspire her pitch to land a major restaurant chain as her newest client. It means she has to make her first trip to a strip mall in years, only adding to her woes. Also adding to her woes? The clients take on what she comes up with.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

In this episode, Lori has written a book on sustainable design in an attempt to position herself as a specialist in the field. Her work attracts the attention of the Milgard window company and they send her to do a book-signing and talk at a trade show in Portland. Trouble is, in spite of Lori's comical attempts to make anyone care, no one does.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Lisa and Andrew have lived in this Victorian house for almost 18 years. She is a landscape designer and he is a contractor, and although the garden has been redone, their main living space is in desperate need of a makeover and some minor renovations. Andrew is so busy that he doesn't have the time to redo his own house. So Candice plans include toning down the color in the living and dining room combo, creating functional built-ins for a media centre, adding hallway storage for the family and providing comfortable seating for living and dining in style.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Sisters Jennifer and Talia are both in their 20's, but have shared the same home in their parent's house for 17 years! Talia is just about to move back home after completing university, so two busy career women will once again occupy the room. The room is looking a little rough around the edges and is in desperate need of Candice's touch. So Candice will transform their girlhood digs into an efficient, but spectacular space for two adult sisters.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Although they now live just across the street from his downtown office, new parents Rafael and Mariafe are getting tired of navigating a stroller through a sea of traffic and skyscrapers. So they're ready to trade in his convenient commute for a spacious family home. With the couple's healthy budget, rental expert Jodi Gilmour is confident she can find them a cozy and quiet urban oasis. But when she comes up with several great options that feature completely different perks, Rafael and Mariafe are faced with a tough decision.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Lindsey's suburban townhouse was roomy enough when she lived on her own but since her boyfriend Ryan moved in, they've maxed out the space: the dining room has become an office, they eat their meals on the couch and they 've stopped entertaining altogether. Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to find the couple a spacious home that fits their lifestyle and has plenty of room for a brand new puppy. But since Lindsey prefers the suburbs and Ryan craves the city life, Jodi's got a double property search on her hands. Her big challenge is to narrow down the options so Lindsey and Ryan can make a decision that suits them both.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

An art-loving hipster who writes a popular blog about the city, Louisa works from home and loves her job. But lately, her stuffy and charm-free mid-town apartment is sapping her creativity and she's desperate to find a live-work combination that works! Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to track down a pet-friendly home that inspires but warns that her ample wish list also comes with a matching price tag. Louisa loves the uber-cool West End, but it seems that 'hip' also comes w ith a ramshackle downside.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

With their roommate moving out, Shai and Britt need to downsize. But they definitely don't want to give up too much space, their fully stocked pantry or the neighborhood they 've always called home. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to find them a dog-friendly apartment where they can entertain in style but explains they may have to sacrifice a few items on their wish list. The couple has a very clear idea of what they're looking for. The only question is whether the home of their dreams actually exists. And whether a property with potential is worth investing elbow grease and some TLC.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Newlyweds and homebodies Seamus and Anna live in a charming house with a great kitchen. But with an overwhelming number of DIY jobs, mold issues, and a huge lawn to mow they're tired of wasting their time and money on a fixer-upper rental. Enter rental expert Jodi Gilmour. She promises to track down a spacious trouble-free property that includes a separate workshop and outdoor entertainment space. But finding a low-maintenance, dog friendly home with a perfect landlord in the couple's ideal neighborhood may be a tall order - even for Jodi.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

A feisty Latin radio host and self-proclaimed diva, Jocelyn is tired of living out of boxes and is looking for a glamorous modem love shack where she can settle down with her fiancé. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to lead her to a diva-fabulous urban oasis where she can live it up in style. But Jocelyn is determined to find a two-bedroom, two­ bathroom pad with an outdoor entertainment space. With a seriously limited budget and a long list of must-haves, Jodi warns she will have to compromise in order to get most of what she wants.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

Since her big sister is leaving town, indecisive Leah is about to be on her own for the very first time. With her freshly-minted Masters degree in hand, she just landed a great job and now she's got just one month to find an apartment to match. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to track down an urban home Leah can put her stamp on. In order to meet the tight deadline, she also vows to help narrow down the options in record time so she can make up her mind. Leah admits the process is scary, especially when it comes to making a final decision.


TV-PG (30 MIN)

After volunteering in a remote African village where she lived in a bamboo hut by the ocean, free-spirited Sarah is back in the big city to start her new life. She's hoping to settle in a friendly community where she can put down roots. Rental expert Jodi Gilmour promises to track down a secure, eco-friendly urban pad that reflects Sarah's clutter-free lifestyle. Compared to her African digs, the luxurious options and modem conveniences she encounters encounters feel overwhelming. But Jodi keeps the house hunt on track and Sarah's supportive brother helps narrow down the options.


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Sheryl and Chris need to downsize to a more manageable property, but will two weeks be enough time for them to get their large home market ready? They enlist a skilled team of friends to help them bring their kitchen and bathroom into this century. Their high end finishes, like granite countertops and new bamboo flooring, notch their renovations up to a whole other level. Alain and Valerie are expecting their second child and outgrowing their current home. Penny and Paul agree that the basement powder room is a gut job, the basement wood panelling needs to be nixed and Alain's built-in aquarium is an eyesore that has got to go. Day one of the renos starts off with a bang, but can they keep up the pace? Alain and Valerie step-up their fundraising efforts with creative money making ideas like dog sitting and, a first for All For Nothing?, an arm wrestling competition. Will their expense tally of zero cinch the win?


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Job one for homeowner Jimmy is to depersonalize his home as Paul and Penny assure him that the medieval theme gone wrong in the basement would repel any potential buyer. Supported by his girlfriend, Lisa, Jimmy rallies a strong team of fellow firefighters and family to tackle the renovation that spans all three levels of the house! Jimmy concludes the competition with a sweet surprise for Lisa. Competitor Iain is also basement challenged. It shows as a teenage wasteland “ still full to the brim with stuff left behind by his four kids. With wife Carolynn away taking care of their ill daughter, best friend Dave steps in to help. Within the first days of the competition, disaster strikes! A sub pump malfunction causes a flood that jeopardizes the reno plans. May the best basement win!


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

It's a head to head battle as both sets of homeowners work to bring yesterday's style into today! Gwen and Aldo chose their home to raise their young family, but now that their daughters are grown up and Gwen's new home-based business is about to take off, they need to find a more accommodating space. Their jam-packed suburban home shows really small and the forest green carpets and floral couches beg for a re-do. Aldo puts his handyman skills to the test and takes on an entire kitchen overhaul with the help of friends and family, while Gwen gets picked on for her laid back approach to renos. With only a small team in place, Sue has no choice but to be hands on in her reno. Having been out of work for months, Sue's finances are tight and every dollar counts. Sue takes a stab at tiling and gets creative when refinishing countertops, but the slow pace at her camp threatens the chance for a strong finish. This competition will come down to the wire, as Sue's team scrambles to get it all done.


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

It's the battle of the bungalows in this small home versus small home rivalry. Scott and Dawn have got to sell; with their second child arriving soon, their home seems smaller by the day. Penny and Paul agree on most of the work needed, but when Paul makes a staging suggestion to create a third bedroom, Penny has different plans. Scott tackles an extra project to up the stakes, but quickly realizes it's far more than he's bargained for. A kickboxing themed fundraiser could be the key to knocking out the competition. Mary Ann and Joel's home is crowded with multiple generations under one roof and upsizing will make things more comfortable for their family. With the lack of curb appeal, perspective buyers would keep driving, making the exterior a major focus. Mary Ann's attempts to raise some cash by selling collector coins falls flat and Joel's theatrical talents far outweigh his landscaping skills. But when they score a deal for asphalt paving, things start looking up. Who will come out on top on


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Homeowner teams square off in the hopes of turning their worn out houses into show homes. Newly engaged Jason, is ready to ditch the bachelor pad to find a place with fiancée Tara and Paul's commission-free listing could really help offset wedding costs. The problem is the house is stuck in an 80s time warp”blue countertops and dingy carpets must go and the garden mural in the foyer is an eyesore. Tara finds herself working without her partner on day one, but Jason saves face by holding a pub night fundraiser. Shannon and Eric had every intention of fixing up their home gradually, but with two young children and a house full of unfinished projects, it's proving to be too much for the young family. Paul likes the home at first glance, but turns to Penny for a solution to an awkward bathroom layout. Shannon and Eric live in a sought after neighbourhood that commands high-end finishes, but the granite countertop delivery deadline proves to be stressful; especially when an unexpected issue crops up in the


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Having recently lost her job, Lynn is desperate to update her little house so she can sell it for maximum value. The profits from the sale will help finance training for a new career in real estate. Lynn relies heavily on her brother and her son to transform her dark gloomy basement into a welcoming space including a major overhaul to the bathroom that Paul declares fit for a truck stop! In a neighbouring small town, John needs to sell his house to realize his dream of starting a hobby farm. He rallies a team of friends to attack the renos to the entire main floor. John swings some major barter deals with local suppliers to keep costs low, but his to-do list remains daunting throughout the two week competition.


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Don and Donna are in search of a larger home that can better accommodate their teenage kids. Knowing that their home has a ceiling on price, Donna's strategy is to keep expenses low while Don spearheads the reno work with the help of friends and family. Their 5K fundraising race comes under attack as the competition shows up to cherry pick their supporters. Lisa's small house fit for one doesn't work for her new relationship with René, a father of four! They must find a larger house and this place is in desperate need of a complete overhaul to get market ready. They call on the entire community to join their reno cause. To stay competitive, they feel they have to do it All For Nothing? Who plays the best game? That is revealed by Paul in the boardroom!


TV-PG+L (60 MIN)

Christine has to sell her rural oasis so that she can be closer to family and get some much needed help raising her four year old son, Parker. None of the things Christine loves about her small house will entice buyers to make an offer, so Paul and Penny set her on the right path to update her kitchen, create a dining area and to tone down some of her crazy design choices. Christine reveals her ace in the hole “ friend and contractor, Kevin. He can definitely get the job done, but if Christine doesn't depersonalize her crazy design choices will Kevin's efforts be enough to win? Competing single mom Lori raised her three kids in her large house and now that they are grown, she's ready to downsize. But before she can sell, Paul and Penny dole out a long list of necessary upgrades to make the house presentable. Lori also has a secret weapon, contractor boyfriend, Rick who steps up to the plate to take on the bathroom update while Lori's tackles hardwood installation, creation of more usable space in th


TV-G (30 MIN)

More important decisions include paint, hardwood flooring, ceramic and glass tiles and countertops for 11 different counters throughout the home.


TV-G (30 MIN)

Vicki and gardening experts tackle the sprawling 2.3-acre lot with a rose garden, acres of lush green sod, a mini-cherry orchard and a forest of beautiful shrubs and trees.


TV-G (30 MIN)

While decorative artists take over the house to create a child's fantasyland, Vicki and designer Cecil Adams spin some style in the living room and sunroom.