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Can two "First Time Flippers" turn a disaster house into a dream home? We chronicle the highs and lows of renovation as homeowners take on their very first flip. Will they make a profit? Or break the bank? First Time Flippers is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (138 episodes). The series first aired on June 22, 2013.

Where do I stream First Time Flippers online? First Time Flippers is available for streaming on DIY Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch First Time Flippers on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sling, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Saturday 9:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
10 Seasons, 138 Episodes
June 22, 2013
Reality
5.1/10
Cast: Bobby Curtis, Kendra Poe, Grey Pearmine, Lynn Ineson
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First Time Flippers Full Episode Guide

  • Two friends go all-in on a partially renovated home in Atlanta, GA. It's clear they're in over their heads, and when permits shut down all interior work, the duo worries they are stuck in a financial disaster.

  • After realizing their hometown of Franklin, TN, is too expensive for their first flip, a couple decides Memphis' market is right for their budget. However, flipping 200 miles from home has its drawbacks and they worry about finishing in four weeks.

  • Garren and Beau struggle to find common ground while attempting their first flip in Columbia, TN. When the renovation gets derailed by flooding and a major roof leak, they must decide whether to risk it all in order to finish the house or walk away.

  • A couple in Rockwall, TX, finds themselves in deep water, literally, with their first flip. However, a mysterious leak is only the beginning of their problems as they struggle to get on the same page about the design and flooring.

  • A couple is forced to spend half their budget and timeline fixing structural issues on a house she chose in Clyde, NC. He wants to bring in professionals to finish the job, but she's desperate to stay on budget and do the work themselves.

  • A married couple flips a house in Locust Grove, Georgia.

  • A couple takes a house in Rohnert Park, California for their flip.

  • A couple flips an outdated, 1950s home in Ashland, Ohio.

  • Two friends attempt to expand their real estate business by flipping a home in Rochester, New York. When projects continuously go awry, they regret leaving the safety of their desks as construction proves to be harder than expected.

  • A couple has big plans for an old townhouse in Bridgeport, PA, but surprises lurk behind the walls and underneath their feet. Between installing self-leveling concrete and laminate, the duo has their hands full with hang-ups.

  • A couple flips an outdated, 1950s home in Ashland, Ohio. While he's confident in his construction abilities, he quickly realizes he must slow his process down and work around the home's original details that she wants to preserve.

  • A recently engaged couple that loves working together decides to flip a home in Paso Robles, California. The project will be the ultimate test of their teamwork as they tackle disgusting carpet, cracks in the walls and an outdated kitchen.

  • A couple has big plans for an old townhouse with good bones in Bridgeport, PA, but plenty of surprises lurk behind the walls and underneath their feet. Between installing self-leveling concrete and laminate, the duo has their hands full with hang-ups from the ground up.

  • A woman wants to support her husband's dream of flipping a house in Parma, OH, but she quickly realizes his perfectionism will result in a slower flip than anticipated. As each project becomes more complicated than the last, and he takes his time in order to get it right, she feels stuck in a never-ending flip.

  • A Connecticut couple's first flip spirals out of control as they go over budget with every project they tackle; while she struggles to get things back on track, his love of new tools and expensive fixtures constantly interferes.

  • A woman and her son flip their first house in Nolensville, Tenn., but her recklessness and his overly cautious approach immediately put them at odds; she insists on hiring professionals, but he wants to do most of the work themselves.

  • Days after having their third child, a couple from Mobile, Alabama, throw their first flip into the mix. They move her home law office and the kids to the job site to keep everything moving. However, unexpected hang-ups, like a leaky roof, could lead to a flood of trouble.

  • A husband-wife duo decides to do most of the construction to save money on their first flip in Duncanville, Texas. He has some construction experience, but she's a total newbie and needs guidance, something he struggles to give when it means compromising their speed.

  • Family ties are put to the test in colorful and unforgettable flipping moments involving siblings, cousins, and parents. Success is still possible, but only if they can come together to get the job done.

  • Frequent measuring mishaps offset an inexperienced flipping couple's passion for their craft in Phoenix.