About the Show

The word "extreme" means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built — including a modern Italian castle, a seaside house made of refrigerator panels, a floating home that was a ferry boat and a spherical house that revolves with the sun — and find out what makes them all so unique.
Season 1, Episode 4

Mud Castle, Sphere, Cave

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built, from a castle made entirely of mud to a home shaped like a sphere, from one built deep in a cave to a home that looks like a snake, and find out what makes them all so unique.

Thursday
Mar 31
9pm | 8c
Season 2, Episode 1

Rolling Dice, Scorpion, Bunker

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house with six giant leaves for a roof in Brazil, one in Spain inspired by a freeway, a home in the Arizona desert shaped like a scorpion and a Lithuanian residence that seems to disappear into the forest. Japan offers a house designed to help you stay young, in Holland one architect puts upstairs where the downstairs should be, Thailand has a home that's a luxury bunker, in Florida there's a house you can park your airplane inside, and playing with kids' blocks led to the Rolling Dice House in Australia.

Sunday
Aug 7
5pm | 4c
Season 4, Episode 1

UFO, Flower, Ship Shape

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Californian desert house open to the sky, a Japanese sliver of a residence like a shark's fin, a home in Australia that is more campsite than house and one in Colorado that looks like a UFO has landed. A German residence spins like a flower turning to the sun, an English home is a dream come true for train lovers and Russia has an apartment that wants to be a palace. A Connecticut home is like a concrete colossus while an Italian one has tiny turrets, Belgium goes for a super-sleek glass house and a home shaped like a ship has run aground in Washington.

Saturday
Dec 31
10am | 9c
Season 1, Episode 1

Extreme Homes

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. Construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built - from a modern Italian castle to a seaside house made of refrigerator panels, from a floating home that was a ferry boat to a spherical house that revolves with the sun - and find out what makes them all so unique.

Saturday
Dec 31
4pm | 3c
Season 2, Episode 7

Bubbles, Bottles, Bookcases

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a French bubble palace, a house in Virginia where the building materials dictated the style, a Dutch rhomboid-shaped residence and one made from soda bottles in Argentina. Two become one in Hong Kong, while a house in Portugal combines excitement with economy, a home in Wisconsin spirals out from solid stone and an Italian residence is a tiny cube. Australia has a live-in library, a home in Montana combines silver stainless with raw rusty steel and a Japanese house mirrors the world.

Thursday
Jan 12
9pm | 8c
Season 3, Episode 2

Fish Bowl, Beehive, Piano

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Las Vegas residence inspired by the European Renaissance, a Japanese house which has been wrapped in glass, a home based on giant beehive shapes made of stacked stones in South Africa and a tiny New York apartment with room to spare. Mexico has a house designed around a piano while a home near Death Valley seems to hover over the desert. There's a 21st Century traditional house in Thailand and a DIY bachelor treehouse in New Zealand. A Bishop's bathing pavilion has been turned into a home in Wales, a four-bedroom family house overlooking the ocean in Chile only cost $120,000 and a 350 year old Moroccan residence has risen from a pile of rubble.

Thursday
Jan 26
7pm | 6c
Season 3, Episode 3

Rocks, Canvas, Celebrity

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in New York designed to keep its residents eternally young, a Japanese house that got squeezed upwards, concrete blocks have been used as a design feature in a Seattle home and France has one that has been treated like a blank canvas by its artist-owner. The owners of a Swedish home love living on the edge, there's a house in Argentina shaped like a pile of bricks and another like an urban tree house in South Africa. The rocky landscape has inspired a residence in New Zealand while some homeowners in Los Angeles have built an entire new wing just to house their art collection, the facade of an Australian house is covered with a huge picture of a Hollywood celebrity and steel cocoon meets over sized fence in a very unusual Austrian residence.

Friday
Jan 27
12am | 11c
Season 2, Episode 7

Bubbles, Bottles, Bookcases

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a French bubble palace, a house in Virginia where the building materials dictated the style, a Dutch rhomboid-shaped residence and one made from soda bottles in Argentina. Two become one in Hong Kong, while a house in Portugal combines excitement with economy, a home in Wisconsin spirals out from solid stone and an Italian residence is a tiny cube. Australia has a live-in library, a home in Montana combines silver stainless with raw rusty steel and a Japanese house mirrors the world.

Thursday
Feb 2
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 4

Mud Castle, Sphere, Cave

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built, from a castle made entirely of mud to a home shaped like a sphere, from one built deep in a cave to a home that looks like a snake, and find out what makes them all so unique.

Thursday
Feb 16
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 2

Extreme Homes

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built - from a home carved right into the side of a red rock canyon to one that is built completely underground, from a home suspended in mid-air to one that is concrete from the floors to the furniture - and find out what makes them all so unique.

Thursday
Feb 23
6pm | 5c
Season 1, Episode 2

Extreme Homes

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built - from a home carved right into the side of a red rock canyon to one that is built completely underground, from a home suspended in mid-air to one that is concrete from the floors to the furniture - and find out what makes them all so unique.

Thursday
Apr 6
8pm | 7c
Season 1, Episode 4

Mud Castle, Sphere, Cave

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. From construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built, from a castle made entirely of mud to a home shaped like a sphere, from one built deep in a cave to a home that looks like a snake, and find out what makes them all so unique.

Friday
Apr 7
3am | 2c
Season 2, Episode 6

Cliffhanger, Pod, Hammock

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes an Australian house based on the shape of the letter K, one like a giant Monopoly piece in Portugal, a Californian home inspired by a lotus flower and a Japanese residence that looks like a subway station. A French home looks like an eye gazing over the Mediterranean, Austria has a futuristic portable pod inspired by nomads, there's a house shaped like a hammock in Paraguay and South Africa has a high-tech mountain house. A closet project turned into a whole house in California, a fairy tale inspired a snake-like home in Lithuania and a car elevator leads to a cliff-face residence in Laguna Beach.

Thursday
Apr 20
8pm | 7c
Season 3, Episode 1

Petals, Boulders, Sail

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence hanging from a cliff in New Zealand, a cement castle in the South African wilderness, a hideaway home in Brazil and a house that seems to sail out of the ground in Australia. An American desert home looks like a pile of boulders, some Japanese apartments use giant petals for protection and the light from a house near San Francisco can be seen ten miles away. There's a brand new ancient house in the mountains of Morocco, a Californian home pretends to be much bigger than it really is, while what looks like a tower in Spain turns out to be a very modern home under ground and a London residence is simply bursting with color.

Sunday
Apr 23
1pm | 12c
Season 3, Episode 2

Fish Bowl, Beehive, Piano

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Las Vegas residence inspired by the European Renaissance, a Japanese house which has been wrapped in glass, a home based on giant beehive shapes made of stacked stones in South Africa and a tiny New York apartment with room to spare. Mexico has a house designed around a piano while a home near Death Valley seems to hover over the desert. There's a 21st Century traditional house in Thailand and a DIY bachelor treehouse in New Zealand. A Bishop's bathing pavilion has been turned into a home in Wales, a four-bedroom family house overlooking the ocean in Chile only cost $120,000 and a 350 year old Moroccan residence has risen from a pile of rubble.

Sunday
Apr 23
2pm | 1c
Season 3, Episode 3

Rocks, Canvas, Celebrity

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in New York designed to keep its residents eternally young, a Japanese house that got squeezed upwards, concrete blocks have been used as a design feature in a Seattle home and France has one that has been treated like a blank canvas by its artist-owner. The owners of a Swedish home love living on the edge, there's a house in Argentina shaped like a pile of bricks and another like an urban tree house in South Africa. The rocky landscape has inspired a residence in New Zealand while some homeowners in Los Angeles have built an entire new wing just to house their art collection, the facade of an Australian house is covered with a huge picture of a Hollywood celebrity and steel cocoon meets over sized fence in a very unusual Austrian residence.

Sunday
Apr 23
3pm | 2c
Season 3, Episode 4

Sled, Temple, Houseboat

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in Florida where even the family dogs have temperature controlled quarters, a New Zealand house you can move when the going gets rough and a home in Morocco that's been restored to the way it was when President Roosevelt came to dinner. A house in Canada looks like two ships dragged up on a beach while one in Wisconsin resembles an Egyptian temple, a Japanese home is made from sun-dried soil and there's a houseboat like a Manhattan loft in the Czech Republic. A trip to the bathroom in a Mexican home could make you dizzy, a house in Thailand is entirely clad in glass louvers, a Brazilian residence has been all the way around the world and a subterranean box room in Seattle makes a comfortable condo.

Sunday
Apr 23
4pm | 3c
Season 3, Episode 5

Pyramid, Dream, Cliffhanger

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in The Hamptons with its own pyramid, a Polish house which is little more than a corridor and a home in Australia that was built to beat the bugs. A house in New York features marble floors from the Vatican, one in Switzerland has a library shaped like a ship's prow, an Indonesian home has a staircase inspired by the artist M.C. Escher and there's a house hidden under a 300 year old barn in England. A home in Germany was once a water tower, a Mexican house has a freshwater pond inside while one in Seattle fulfils a young boy's dream and a Spanish residence is hanging right off the edge of a cliff.

Sunday
Apr 23
5pm | 4c
Season 2, Episode 9

Flashlight, Triangles, Holes

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a luxury mansion in South Africa with sixteen security guards, one shaped like a giant flashlight in Portugal, a Dutch remodel made of glass triangles, a London apartment with a hole cut down the center and a house in New Mexico with no utility bills. A Japanese home whose walls are full of holes, a Baja tower with a criminal past, one in Arizona suspended over a creek, an Australian beach house with a crumpled roof, a Paris townhouse inspired by a tree and a hurricane-proof house in Florida.

Thursday
Apr 27
6pm | 5c
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Thursday
Apr 27
7pm | 6c
Season 2, Episode 11

Castle, Factory, Cliffside

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Peruvian house that clings onto the cliff side, a romantic loch-side haven in Scotland, a Chilean home inspired by a mongrel dog and a luxurious family residence in a shabby, Australian factory. A modern mansion disappears into the trees in Virginia, while South Africa has a brand new castle, a French house looks like a child's line-drawing and a Mexican home was designed with horses in mind. There's a house in Holland you can clone, a home with two helicopter pads in California and one in Japan built where no-one thought it was possible.

Thursday
Apr 27
8pm | 7c
Season 2, Episode 12

Bridge, Wedge, Cloud

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes an American home which is like discovering a lost civilization, a house in Japan shaped like a staircase, one in South Africa which is so well-camouflaged that it almost vanishes into the wilderness and an Australian residence whose owners think they're living on Cloud Nine. Germany has a six-story wedge, Mexico has a seaside home made out of a bridge, every exterior wall possible has been made out of glass in Oakland and there's a self-styled temple to the gods in France. A Norwegian house nestles in a tree, a Portuguese one honors a whole forest and there's a pyramid home in Seattle perched on top of a skyscraper.

Thursday
Apr 27
9pm | 8c
Season 2, Episode 13

Greenhouse, Nest, Secret Agent

This remarkable collection of homes from all over the world includes a Moroccan home that was restored with a cotton swab, a home in Japan that helps its owners communicate and a French residence that was built with banana containers. We'll discover a home covered with synthetic turf in Austria, a hideaway cool enough for a secret agent in Switzerland and a residence in New York that boasts a 75 foot cantilever over the sea. New Zealand claims a modest dwelling where you can see the city but the city can't see you, fallen down ruins become home to a family in Scotland and we'll take you to an English mansion where rock stars and kings have partied for 400 years. There's a South African residence that floats in mid-air and a Mexican oasis that was inspired by a massive bird's nest.

Thursday
Apr 27
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 1

Extreme Homes

The word extreme means different things to different people, and to these homeowners it means pushing the envelope as far as possible. Construction to completion, take an up-close look at some of the world's most spectacular houses ever built - from a modern Italian castle to a seaside house made of refrigerator panels, from a floating home that was a ferry boat to a spherical house that revolves with the sun - and find out what makes them all so unique.

Thursday
Apr 27
11pm | 10c
Season 2, Episode 11

Castle, Factory, Cliffside

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Peruvian house that clings onto the cliff side, a romantic loch-side haven in Scotland, a Chilean home inspired by a mongrel dog and a luxurious family residence in a shabby, Australian factory. A modern mansion disappears into the trees in Virginia, while South Africa has a brand new castle, a French house looks like a child's line-drawing and a Mexican home was designed with horses in mind. There's a house in Holland you can clone, a home with two helicopter pads in California and one in Japan built where no-one thought it was possible.

Friday
Apr 28
12am | 11c
Season 2, Episode 12

Bridge, Wedge, Cloud

This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes an American home which is like discovering a lost civilization, a house in Japan shaped like a staircase, one in South Africa which is so well-camouflaged that it almost vanishes into the wilderness and an Australian residence whose owners think they're living on Cloud Nine. Germany has a six-story wedge, Mexico has a seaside home made out of a bridge, every exterior wall possible has been made out of glass in Oakland and there's a self-styled temple to the gods in France. A Norwegian house nestles in a tree, a Portuguese one honors a whole forest and there's a pyramid home in Seattle perched on top of a skyscraper.

Friday
Apr 28
1am | 12c

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