Albert and Leon redo a dining and living room just in time for Christmas.
Master craftsmen Robert and Albert from Vanilla Ice Goes Amish are fish out of water when they travel across the country to work on home improvement projects. From the big city of Chicago to the bright lights of Las Vegas and the beaches of Southern California, it's a brave new world tackling modern tasks like managing social media and driving a car. Find out what happens to they leave Amish country and take their talents on the road.
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Follow rock star home improvement expert Vanilla Ice as he travels deep into the largest Amish settlement in the U.S. He is on a quest to learn the lost art-of-hand craftsmanship and will imbed himself with a traditional Amish family to arrive at his goal. Along the way, he will meet a group of young Amish men and women who teach him the traditions, practices and trades that have made the Amish one of the most mysterious - and misunderstood groups in the world. Together, they will tackle construction projects ranging from kitchen additions to an old-school barn-raising.
Trading in buggies, green pastures and the strict rules of their rural communities for the beaches of Los Angeles, a new cast of young Amish and Mennonite men and women come together to determine if they're really ready to embark on a new life among the "English," or if they should return to the faiths and families they've left behind.
Follow a fresh group of young men and women as they leave their conservative, rural communities behind for a chance to live in New York and fully experience English life. By leaving their Amish communities, they risk changing ties with their families for good, but believe the chance to pursue their dreams is worth it.
Untrusting of outside law enforcement, some Amish in Lancaster County, PA have for many years regularly turned to a small organized group of men for protection and justice. Amish Mafia provides a first-ever look at the men who protect and maintain peace and order within the Amish community in Lancaster.
Mark Bowe and his crew of West Virginia master craftsmen salvage antique barns and cabins, reusing the wood to create stunning, modern homes. The Barnwood Builders are devoted to salvaging and will stop at nothing to give 200-year-old structures new life, providing entertainment, inspiration and awe along the way.