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In this real estate renovation series, a mother/daughter house-flipping team finds bargain properties, renovates them, and attempts to sell them at a profit, much like other house-flipping series. The series focuses primarily on the renovation process, and it is set in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Good Bones is a Reality series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (68 episodes). The series first aired on March 22, 2016. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.3.

Good Bones is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Good Bones on demand at HGTV Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, HGTV online.

Tuesday 11:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
5 Seasons, 68 Episodes
March 22, 2016
Reality
7.3/10
Cast: Austin Aynes, Tad Starsiak, Karen Laine, Mina Starsiak
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Good Bones Full Episode Guide

  • Mina and Karen purchase a vacant lot and what begins as a new construction to sell on the market quickly turns into a build for Minas friends. However, a lingering pipe issue may add time and a hefty price tag to the project.

  • Mina and Karen return to the Old Southside neighborhood to renovate a crusty cottage that's been empty for years. When an unexpected disaster hits, the duo must rethink their entire plan and create a beautiful home that will turn a profit.

  • Mina and Karen turn an old garage into a tiny home for Mina’s brother, Tad.

  • Jim and Shauta run a nonprofit helping artists find affordable housing in the Garfield Park neighborhood of Indianapolis, and they've enlisted Mina and Karen to help give one of their dilapidated properties a big makeover on a small budget.

  • Mina and Karen transform a tiny property into a boho bungalow.

  • Two Chicks and a Hammer's design assistant, MJ, and his husband recently bought their first home, and Mina and Karen want to make MJ's dreams a reality. The duo works to blend traditional and modern styles, but MJ may have to compromise to stay in budget.

  • Mina and Karen venture into a new neighborhood, Irvington, where Mina acquired a home from a real estate friend. When a serious problem arises with the small cottage, the entire plan for the property changes and making a profit becomes an enormous hurdle.

  • A mom & daughter flip abandoned houses in Indianapolis.

  • Mina and Karen are back in Old Southside where theyve purchased a hoarder house filled with garbage and hiding fire damage. As demo gets underway, they uncover a slew of other issues as they turn this trash-filled home into an updated Victorian beauty.

  • Mina and Karen are called to help their friends transform their traditional home, but their ideas are dependent on the local historical society. They expand the dining room and kitchen, and convert the master into a gorgeous en suite.

  • Mina and Karen return to Old Southside to renovate the right side of their duplex townhome using a Greenwich Village design. Karen shares a major announcement about her position in the company, and the ramifications of that change quickly come to light.

  • Mina and Karen buy a duplex of townhouses in Old Southside and want to give the left side a Chelsea flat theme full of eclectic colors like the New York City neighborhood; potential issues inside and out cause more challenges than expected.

  • Mina and her husband Steve purchased a house in the Bates Hendricks neighborhood as an investment project 3 years ago. After renting it out for years, they feel like now is the time to renovate and sell the home.

  • Mina and Karen return to the Fountain Square neighborhood to renovate a charming bungalow they bought from a homeowner who grew up in the house. They give the home an eclectic Cali vibe by combining its original features with modern touches.

  • Featuring insider facts and bonus footage, Mina and Karen take on a massive duplex that was abandoned mid-construction and Mina decides to make it a competition.

  • Featuring insider facts and bonus footage, Mina and Karen revamp a historic brick house that's in bad shape in a rising area of south Indianapolis.

  • Mina and Karen are fixing up a condo building and Mina wants to remodel one of the units for her sister and her two girls, who want to be closer to downtown. They work to transform the total gut job into a dream home filled with personalized touches, including a special mural made by Mina, Karen and the kids.

  • Mina and Karen revamp a historic brick house in a rising area of south Indianapolis. The house is in bad shape. Luckily, they have a healthy budget of $200, 000 and they are going to need every dime. The ladies plan to increase the square footage.

  • Mina and Karen work on a duplex unit that's riddled with trash and interesting surprises, including a wall made entirely out of old doors. However, further problems arise when Cory discovers a foundation issue no one saw coming.

  • Mina and Karen take on the renovation of a century-old duplex in Indianapolis, Indiana. They decide to keep both units separate and begin the renovation with the North side townhome. The interior is in rough shape.

  • Mina and Karen take on a massive, partially-constructed house that was abandoned by investors. Since it represents a big investment, tensions rise when it comes to figuring out the kitchen cabinets' design.

  • Mina and Karen purchase a building with multiple condos, and to test the market, they're starting with a unit on the ground floor. They plan to knock down some walls to create an open kitchen and tackle the entire building's exterior. However, the whole project hangs in the balance when Karen tries to shimmy down an HVAC exchange with hilarious consequences.

  • Mina and Karen renovate the first of many houses they purchased on Talbott Street in Indianapolis. The three-bedroom, one-bath home has a few architectural challenges starting with the bathroom's placement far from the bedrooms.

  • Mina and Karen take on a massive duplex that was abandoned mid-construction and Mina decides to make it a competition. She renovates one side with a playful "Rose and Cotton Candy" theme while Karen opts for a French country look, and three real estate agents pick the winner.

  • Mina and Karen are back in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood and hoping to turn a profit this time around. Since the home is one of the smallest on the street, the ladies plan to chop off a poorly designed addition and pop up a new story addition, adding valuable square footage and opening up the living room and kitchen. Spending a little more money on landscaping and curb appeal rounds out Mina and Karen's renovation plans but a whopper of a surprise sends the crew into a panic, maybe sending Karen home with a new pet.

  • After going underwater on previous East Street investments, Mina and Karen return to the area and hope their third flip is a charm. They plan to give a home more bathrooms and an open floor plan, but when Cory discovers a budget-busting water line issue, the ladies must get creative with their renovation.

  • Mina and Karen revamp a tiny but pricey two-bedroom home on a tight budget. They build additional bedrooms and reconfigure the floor plan to increase functionality. When their contractor mistakenly covers every wall in shiplap the team comes up with some innovative design solutions to create a unique industrial farmhouse style.

  • Mina and her husband are ready to start a family and build their forever home. However, just as the ball gets rolling, Mina finds out she's pregnant, putting a rush on finishing her dream home before the baby is born.

  • Mina and Karen buy a tiny duplex in a neighborhood south of downtown that has potential to be a big risk. The area is still in transition and there are already tenants on one side leaving the ladies only a small space to work with. Mina's sister-in-law is the intended resident so they use her as inspiration while transforming it into a cute pink cottage with a few special touches. The big reveal is an emotional moment where the flowing tears confirm the house is, indeed, perfect.

  • Mina and Karen venture just east of downtown Indy to take on a two-story, worn-down home that's as risky as it is disgusting. The block hasn't been revitalized yet and between the massive sinkhole, caved-in roof and decomposing animals throughout, their walkthrough is almost impossible. The house has almost no sustainable foundation so the ladies get busy rebuilding from the ground up all while adding features that make it feel like the home has been on the block for decades.

  • Mina and Karen take on a 2,800-square-foot home with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a bonus space; it needs a lot of work, and tensions flare as the women have differing opinions on how to approach its design and style.

  • Featuring insider facts and bonus footage, Mina and Karen renovate the first of several houses they purchased on Talbott Street in Indianapolis.