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As a regular guest on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" as well as the host of his own syndicated talker, interior designer Nate Berkus used charm, good looks and professional know-how to establish a solid rapport with viewers. Now he's back on TV, this time in a venture that co-stars his husband -- fellow designer Jeremiah Brent -- and their baby daughter, Poppy. Hourlong episodes follow the couple at work as they rescue homeowners who are trapped in nightmare renovation projects and cannot see an end in sight. Using unique design pieces to add character and a personal touch, Nate and Jeremiah transform each home's layout into a practical yet stylish space. However, the most important job they face is to raise Poppy. The proud parents bring the audience inside their private lives to see how they spend time with "the girl that changed everything."

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Albert promises Anna he will turn their hilltop fixer-upper into the home of their dreams, but three years later, Anna is still waiting for that dream to come true; Nate and Jeremiah hope they can finally help Albert keep his promise to Anna.
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Edgar and Theresa are struggling with their home; a serious HVAC and mold problem mean their kids sleep on the living room sofa; Nate and Jeremiah help them out.
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Brandy and Steve are novices to renovating; they attempt some very simple renovations but fail miserably; worried she's losing her home, Nate and Jeremiah must help them create a home where they can spend family time together and create memories.
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Julia and Mario want their kids to grow up with traditions and continue the Sunday dinners, but their small kitchen and awkward layout are making family members frustrated; Nate and Jeremiah work to help the family carry on a 40-year tradition.
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The Barnes family's renovation has gotten away from them and Haley's medical issues have complicated the process; their luck has gone from bad to worse and they desperately need Nate and Jeremiah's help.
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Nicole wants her father to move in with her while he's recovering from cancer treatments, but a flood has recently destroyed her kitchen and, until it's fixed, he's on his own across town.
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Just months after buying their first home, Lauren lost her job and she and George found out she was pregnant; Nate and Jeremiah work to turn this couple's dysfunctional space into a welcoming home for the addition of their second child.
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Andy and Shea have been stuck in renovation limbo for almost eight years and things are so bad that Shea is in therapy and they have put their marriage on hold; Nate and Jeremiah try to help with the renovation and their relationship issues.
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In Hollywood, Calif., former and current residents of the Covenant House, a youth homeless shelter, call upon Nate and Jeremiah to help transform the shelter's Big Room into a family room.
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Jean and Sean make a tearful plea to design experts Nate and Jeremiah to help them not only fix a 16-year ongoing construction debacle, but also make their home comfortable and safe enough so their infant grandson can finally come to visit.
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Nate and Jeremiah help Jim and Shawn redesign their family home to make a claustrophobic space more open; they hope to stay under budget but still deliver results.
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As a family of little people, Mark and Heather and their two children need Nate and Jeremiah to help them remodel their home to fit their unique needs, while also creating a beautiful space where Heather can recover from back surgery.
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After six years of unreliable contractors, Peggy Lu's house has become a disaster; she needs design experts Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent to save her from her DIY nightmare before it's too late.
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Lalo and Judson thought it would be a great family project to redesign their new home, but indecisions are driving the family apart.
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Darren and Missy have spent the last decade trying to remodel their mid-century modern home into an updated masterpiece; they need Nate and Jeremiah to complete their forever home by designing a fabulous kitchen.
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Jerald and Hiyas couldn't afford their dream home, so they settled on a fixer upper across the street and called upon Nate and Jeremiah to help create the kitchen of their dreams.
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Allan and Janelle's dream renovation for their growing family stalled six months ago after Janelle had sudden health issues, and the stress of the unfinished home gives Nate and Jeremiah one of their hardest challenges yet.
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Nate and Jeremiah stage an intervention to stop Chris and Meg from turning their dated first home into a DIY disaster after the novice homeowners make changes too quickly.
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Newlyweds Kelly and Jason turned their first home into a DIY disaster, so now Nate and Jeremiah must turn their demolished house into the ideal beach bungalow.
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Colorful and outgoing Sherry is saddened by the deterioration of her dilapidated childhood home, so Nate and Jeremiah try to revive the vintage glory of this once happy house and restore positive family memories.
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After buying and starting renovations on their dream home, Rochelle refuses to step foot in the kitchen to make changes, putting serious stress on Greg and the family.

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