Fixer Upper

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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Looking Old But Feeling New
See a couple find the diamond in the rough amidst mansions.
2 Embracing Revitalization
A young family takes on more than they bargained in a historic town.
3 Nomad Family Seeks Final Home
Nomadic suburbanites turn an awkward angled home into something awesome.
4 New Life for Mom
The Gaines help a single mom in transition find the perfect fixer upper.
5 French Country in Waco
The Sanders are an active worldly family seeking a French country home.
6 Craving Country Climate
Academic couple seeks lots of acreage and bedrooms for their growing family
7 Missionaries' Retreat in Waco
On sabbatical from Uganda, the McCalls seek a sanctuary with family in Waco
8 French Country in Waco
The Sanders are an active worldly family seeking a French country home.
9 Farmhouse for a Growing Family
The Gaines' are in Robinson, TX, looking for a farmhouse for clients
10 Texan Family Returns to Roots
Texas family returns home seeking Texas-style fixer upper.
11 Family Craves Urban Feel
The Gaines family introduce city transplants to the urban side of Waco.
12 Reaching for the Unreachable
A family wants to live in a neighborhood where for sale signs are rare.
13 Baby Boomers Seek Sanctuary
An ultra marathoner and mountain biker couple returns to Waco.

About this show

Design and remodeling pros Chip and Joanna Gaines convince homebuyers to buy the worst house on the block and make it beautiful. They then help transform the diamond in the rough into the home of their client's dreams.

Ratings and reviews

2.92K reviews
A Google user
August 31, 2018
Love the show! It's receiving 4 out of 5 stars because in all reality nothing is perfect Chip and Jo come pretty damn close to achieving it. I do LOVE the fact that they have their children working beside them at times as well as working on the farm. They are instilling strong work ethics as well a strong values. Their children will not turn out like a good majority of their generation will, with the entitlement mentality. You know the, " I exist, therefore I am entitled to everything and you have to give it to me without me working for it", attitude. Chip and Jo, keep up the fabulous renovations and even more so, keep up the fantastic upbringing of your children. They will be your greatest masterpieces! Best of Luck in all your endeavors.
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Day Mom
May 12, 2016
LoVe lOVe LOVE love LoVe lOvE loVE LOve this SHOW! Chip & Jo are amazing, sweet spirited, and inspiring. Not only do they inspire me as a home owner, but also as a home maker. They are so so gentle, yet fun with their family that I can't help but to feel motivated and try to do the same with mine. It's in the small details that God uses them to speak to my soul. And obviously the work of their hands reflects what is in their hearts. It's no wonder everything they touch turns out so beautiful, refreshed, renewed, and restored. God's blessings are in their work, and that is why He has chosen to bless them and everyone around them (including those on the other side of the tv screen). Thank you Chip and Jo for all that you do. Hope to see more of you. Would love to meet you in person one day! God Bless You and your beautiful family.
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A Google user
November 24, 2017
You two are great together. Your houses. When done look so petty n wish I could have that look but it wouldn't happened. I live in a trailer 16×80 two bath bedroom. I've had done some change some things but you know how some people.think about that kind of living oh well it's was going to be short story. Take care mojo Chip love your Family n all the Farm animals. Sherry
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