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Fixer Upper: Welcome HomeFixer Upper: Welcome Home

Chip and Jo return for new challenges and stunning home transformations.


The Lost KitchenThe Lost Kitchen

Erin French is the owner of The Lost Kitchen, a historic mill turned restaurant in Freedom, Maine, population 722. Every year, hundreds of visitors from around the world make reservations not by phone or email, but by submitting postcards.


Restoration RoadRestoration Road

Woodworker Clint Harp travels the country in search of some of the oldest, most beautiful structures still standing today, examining how they were built, restored and given new life by some of the country's most talented craftsmen.


Home WorkHome Work

After moving from their 900 square-foot home, husband and wife Andy and Candis Meredith and their seven kids work together to convert a 113-year-old, 20,000 square-foot schoolhouse into their family's dream home.


Inn The WorksInn The Works

Lindsey Kurowski purchased The Oak Knoll Lodge in Big Bear, Calif. This four-acre campground, constructed in the 1920s has fallen on hard times, but Lindsey and crew aim to restore, renew and polish this gem for a new generation to enjoy.


Family DinnerFamily Dinner

Host Andrew Zimmern visits families across America to explore how the cultural, regional and historical facets of who we are inform what and how we eat.


First Time FixerFirst Time Fixer

With a little help from Chip and Joanna, first-time house renovators take their home renovation dreams into their own hands and experience the risk and reward that comes with trying something new.


Van GoVan Go

Chewy Design Co. owner Brett Lewis renovates vans into tiny homes on the road, innovating creative solutions and tackling the many challenges that come with custom outfitting each vehicle for his clients' lifestyles.


The CraftsmanThe Craftsman

Master craftsman and woodworker Eric Hollenbeck is in the restoration business, taking historic homes and forgotten treasures around his hometown of Eureka, California, and giving them new life.


Growing FloretGrowing Floret

Erin and Chris Benzakein have spent the last decade building their family-run business, Floret Farms, in the fertile Skagit River Valley of Washington State. Now, they're risking everything to add and rehabilitate 24 new acres and expand the business.


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