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In this home renovation series, two long-time friends buy properties in Idaho at bargain prices, fix them up, and sell them at a profit. As is the case with most series in this format, one of the house flippers is a designer and the other is a builder. The series debuted in 2017 on the HGTV cable network.

Boise Boys is a Home & Garden, Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (21 episodes). The series first aired on April 25, 2018. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.5.

Boise Boys is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Boise Boys on demand at HGTV Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes, HGTV online.

Wednesday 11:00 PM on HGTV
2 Seasons, 21 Episodes
April 25, 2018
Home & Garden, Reality
8.5/10
Cast: Luke Caldwell, Clint Robertson
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Boise Boys Full Episode Guide

  • Featuring new footage, Clint and Luke dish on "The Plant House" renovation.

  • The guys take a risk on a 1906 Victorian in a coveted Boise neighborhood.

  • The guys turn an overgrown home into an Art-Deco masterpiece near Boise.

  • Clint and Luke buy a ranch-style house in Boise's East End. During the renovation they find a surprise stash of vinyl records in the crawlspace, inspiring a music-themed design. Even with the unique makeover, they are concerned the home will attract a buyer.

  • Clint and Luke take a second chance on a midcentury modern they once passed on in Boise's Bench neighborhood. Although it has cool stonework and an eye-popping period fireplace, they must reconfigure a choppy layout that includes a closed-off kitchen and two bizarre bathrooms.

  • Clint and Luke are tasked with working their renovation magic on a Basque Country-inspired home. They must find a way to reconfigure the former horse stables to create a functional downstairs living space while preserving the property's historical Spanish design.

  • The guys create an extravagant living space from an old fire station; Clint is left to handle the brunt of progress himself while Luke and his wife are busy with their daughter's adoption.

  • Luke and Clint choose a house that needs more square footage, but instead completely tear it down.

  • The guys embark on a months-long foothills ranch home project.

  • Clint and Luke develop a circular theme in their work on a 1964 ranch.

  • Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson take a big risk in Boise's East End with two custom murals in a four-bedroom, three-bathroom midcentury modern ranch built in 1957. They mix vintage with modern by creating a sleek kitchen with white powder-coated fixtures and adding more period details like a vintage sink and tub and a reupholstered mid-mod couch. Luke and Clint also enlist the help of Luke's son, Elias, to create a penny floor in the master bathroom, and they stage the open house to complement the home's one-of-a-kind style.

  • Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson take a big risk in Boise's East End with two custom murals in a four-bedroom, three-bathroom midcentury modern ranch built in 1957. They mix vintage with modern by creating a sleek kitchen with white powder-coated fixtures and adding more period details like a vintage sink and tub and a reupholstered mid-mod couch. Luke and Clint also enlist the help of Luke's son, Elias, to create a penny floor in the master bathroom, and they stage the open house to complement the home's one-of-a-kind style.

  • Luke and Clint buy a historic 900-square-foot cottage so neglected that there are plants growing in the walls! They have a dilemma on their hands when they must go from a one bedroom, one bath to a two bedroom, two bath while utilizing the same house footprint. Luke and Clint vault the ceiling in the master suite and open up the kitchen to add tons of airy space.

  • Luke and Clint tackle their first-ever treehouse project with their sons.

  • Luke and Clint go big on a neglected Boise River house in order to profit.

  • The guys hope to impress local hipsters with their farmhouse makeover.

  • Luke and Clint purchase a midcentury modern house with architecture reminiscent of Hollywood Hills in a Mesa neighborhood overlooking Boise. Although they come across problems during demolition that require some serious budgeting and structural engineering feats, they give the house a glitzy, Hollywood-style makeover complete with a huge master closet, sleek home office and stunning master suite feature wall.

  • Luke and Clint purchase a 1900s triplex in Boise's North End to convert into a single-family home. After quickly blowing through their $200,000 budget to repair fire damage and lead paint, they must regroup with a fresh plan.

  • Luke and Clint snag a Craftsman home in the historic North End of Boise, despite its high cost of renovations. They install a brand-new front porch, revamp the attic and repurpose 100-year-old wood from the original construction.

  • Luke and Clint take a big gamble on a 3,100-square-foot midcentury modern home on Boise's scenic Central Rim with hopes of converting it into a stunning masterpiece.

  • Texas contractor Clint Robertson and Idaho designer Luke Caldwell have an odd pair of homes to choose from for their next investment property: a dated farmhouse and a midcentury modern split-level. A surprise visit from a former resident of the home they pick and some of the worst inclement weather Boise has ever seen makes it a race against time to get the house on the market for a big pay day.