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Manscapers is New York City's most exclusive exterior design and landscaping firm, specializing in full outdoor renovation design for the area's most demanding clients. From rooftops in Manhattan to backyards in the burbs, this series follows James DeSantis, Garrett Magee and Melissa Brasier as they transform barren outdoor spaces into lush, jaw-dropping oases. These "Two Wills and a Grace" are put to the test as they juggle tight deadlines, multiple clients and each other.

Backyard Envy is a Home & Garden, Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (16 episodes). The series first aired on January 17, 2019. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.0.

Backyard Envy is available for streaming on the Bravo (US) website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Backyard Envy on demand at Amazon, Hulu, NBC, Vudu, Bravo, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, hayu, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Thursday at 10:00 PM on Bravo (US)
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
January 17, 2019
Home & Garden, Reality
7.0/10
Cast: Garrett Magee, James DeSantis
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Backyard Envy Full Episode Guide

  • The Manscapers take on one of the most logistically challenging jobs of their careers at a remote location on Fire Island. Garrett decides to surprise his long-time boyfriend, Andrew with an engagement proposal.

  • The Manscapers take on a massive challenge in the Hudson Valley of New when they are asked to design a Japanese garden for an ultra-modern home with multiple zones. James further alienates himself from his business partners with dreams of heading west and the trio struggles to agree on a singular vision for the business. As tensions escalate, the Manscapers head back to therapy to sort out their differences so they can move forward.

  • The Manscapers are challenged with their biggest task yet - creating a minimalist space for Mel's friends Nayla and Kevin, which is totally out of their comfort zone. Meanwhile, James is excited to take on a big project - a World Pride float for a hotel giant. He struggles with focusing on the residential jobs, pushing the Manscapers further and further apart.

  • After successfully completing their first $1 million job, the Manscapers find themselves pulled in different directions.

  • The Manscapers work with Jay and Vic, who were fired by their previous landscapers. They must learn to juggle their burgeoning business as they have booked the biggest job of their careers: a One-Million Dollar job with St. Germain Liqueur.

  • The Manscapers are tasked with creating a Tuscan-themed backyard in the middle of New Jersey. With their business growing rapidly, they decide to do some much needed team building and finally lay down ground rules for the Mannies. Meanwhile, Mel's doctor calls her with unsettling news.

  • The Manscapers take on their next clients in Brooklyn; Garrett struggles with his work-life balance; James and Mel butt heads over his concerns regarding growing their business; and Mel finally decides to address the pain she's been feeling.

  • The Manscapers are back and business is better than ever - they’ve expanded their clientele and they have more projects than they can handle.

  • For the season finale, the Manscapers travel upstate to a working farm and vacation retreat owned by their friend Matt, to help him prepare for a wedding.

  • A suburban couple decides to spend big to give their family a dream backyard, but the project gets off to a rocky start. The Manscapers' plan for a massive new patio runs into underground complications and designing with kids in mind proves to be a struggle. Meanwhile, James lands a major client in the city, a billion-dollar developer who always has a new skyscraper in the works, but a dream project may turn into a nightmare when the client starts picking apart the team's design.

  • The Manscapers jump at the chance to landscape the highly-anticipated pop-up restaurant Gitano. But they struggle finding the massive number of palm trees needed to realize their client's vision of recreating the jungle of Tulum, Mexico in Manhattan. Meanwhile, a Brooklyn-based client and renowned designer pushes the team to think "less is more" and scale back Garrett's planting scheme to transform his overgrown backyard into a minimalist Zen garden.

  • The Manscapers' new suburban clients have found their "forever" home, but have a limited budget to revamp the bland backyard that means making difficult sacrifices. Back in the city, an eccentric designer has hired the team to landscape the outdoor spaces in a high-end hotel, but with only two days to complete the project, the Manscapers have their work cut out for them, especially when the client adds his own ideas.

  • A return client presents the Manscapers with a unique challenge: landscaping four different outdoor spaces connected to her Greenwich Village town home. With each space demanding its own look and feel, one job starts to feel like four, leaving James, Mel and Garrett stretched thin and under the gun to finish on time. Meanwhile, Mel's backyard gets an annual makeover in preparation for Garrett's birthday, leaving James a little jealous.

  • A Brooklyn couple with a blank-slate backyard and big budget sounds like dream job for the Manscapers - but the clients slow their progress. Meanwhile, they landscape the rooftop bar at a high-end hotel.

  • The Manscapers must create a colorful backyard makeover after learning their clients are allergic to bees! James and Mel mix their work and personal lives by agreeing to landscape an East Village rooftop for a good friend and fellow yoga instructor.

  • Meet the Manscapers: three best friends and business partners who design lush backyards and outdoor spaces across New York City and beyond. James sets the team up with a job in the suburbs, but problems arise when Mel and the construction team strike water while building a stone patio. Meanwhile, Garrett creates a beach-inspired rooftop meadow for a couple in Brooklyn, but things get hot while adding some extra flare to the project's planter boxes.