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All About Treehouse Masters TV Show

All About Treehouse Masters TV Show

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Treehouse Masters isn’t your traditional tiny house TV show. It’s a little bit different but no less entertaining. The treehouses are fascinating, and ultimately, whether your tiny house is in a tree or built on land, you’re still living the tiny life.

I’d put this show in the inspirational category. Treehouse living probably isn’t for everyone, but many of the homes featured on this popular tiny house TV show are really cool. You’ll get some ideas for your own home, no matter the location.

The Story Behind Treehouse Masters

Treehouse MastersTreehouse Masters is packed with unique dwellings—some tiny and some that are straight-up gravity-defying. The treehouse master himself, Pete Nelson, and his team of designers, builders, and carpenters document their adventures building magnificent treehouses across the country.

Those who commission Pete to build his master treehouses want an unconventional adventure that’s high up and unique. From a recording studio to a Make-A-Wish treehouse, a homey cabin in the sky, and even a treehouse with a hot tub, Pete’s team has built just about everything you can imagine up in the trees.

Treehouse Masters is an incredibly entertaining show to watch. Pete is the main character, and his personality is as big as the trees he builds in. Watching Pete dream up a design, work with clients, and create masterpieces in the trees are just a few reasons why this long-running tiny house TV show is a fan favorite. With a whopping 11 seasons to binge, there’s no shortage of amazing creations to inspire.

Living tiny doesn’t always have mean downsizing to less-than-200-square-foot box on wheels. The tiny life is about living life simply, free from the confines of heavy stress and financial burden, and making every day an adventure. While building a giant treehouse like one of Pete’s creations isn’t realistic for most viewers, Treehouse Masters is a fun, lighthearted, and inspiring show to watch if you enjoy learning about tiny homes, nature, and incredible feats.

What Network Is Treehouse Masters On?

Treehouse Masters is an Animal Planet show, which is part of the Discovery Channel. The season aired in 2013 and features 100 episodes.

Is Treehouse Masters Still Filming?

Treehouse Masters is not filming any new episodes. The Animal Planet show had a great run, airing for five years. While there are no fresh episodes of this adventurous show to watch, there’s no shortage of incredible treehouses with over 100 episodes. After you get through 11 seasons, head to Animal Planet’s website to browse the cache of other shows hosted on the channel. HGTV Network has many DIY and lifestyle shows to choose from, and you can always find some impressive home building and DIY projects on the DIY Network.

If you loved Treehouse Masters, you might also like these popular tiny house TV shows:

Is Treehouse Masters Cancelled?

Treehouse Masters had its fair share of controversies while on air for over five years. Issues like failing to obtain the correct building permits (maybe they should have read my post on Tiny House Building Codes), Pete’s general disdain of reality TV, and the soaring cost of lumber are a few roadblocks that came up throughout the show’s history. Pete announced in 2019 that the last-aired season would be the last, and as it stands now, Treehouse Masters is canceled.

Who Hosts Treehouse Masters On HGTV?

The “cast” of Treehouse Masters consists of Pete Nelson, his wife, twin sons, and the Nelson Treehouse crew. Throughout the seasons, we see crew members come and go, and some featured more than others. While the core crew of Nelson Treehouse remains (you can learn more about the whole Nelson Treehouse crew on their website), viewers had fan-favorites throughout the years. Here’s a little more about the most popular hosts of Treehouse Masters.

Treehouse Masters Hosts Pete Nelson and Family

pete nelsonPete Nelson, founder of Nelson Treehouse, and his wife and three kids are featured throughout Treehouse Master’s 11 seasons. Viewers love Pete’s enthusiastic attitude—always willing to take on some of the most challenging treehouse builds—and how well he gets along with his crew and clients.

Pete’s wife, Julie, oversees the operations at Treehouse Point, one of Nelson Treehouse’s three treehouse resort properties across the United States. Their daughter, Emily Nelson, acts as Nelson Treehouse’s chief of staff, overseeing operations for the family business. She and her husband recently welcomed their first child in January 2019.

Twin sons Henry and Charlie Nelson are key members of the traveling Treehouse Masters crew, working as talented carpenters and often featured on the night crew working hard to complete client projects. Henry has always been a fan-favorite on Treehouse Masters, while his twin brother happily stays behind the scenes as a crew carpenter.

Stay up-to-date with more Nelson Treehouse news by following them on Instagram.

What Happened to Tory Jones from Treehouse Masters?

tory jonesTory Jones was Treehouse Master’s fan-favorite interior designer from the show’s start in 2013 through season eight in 2017. She was known for her impeccable design skills, always connecting the dots between clients’ visions and personal style. Fans noticed her departure from Treehouse Masters in 2017—and many asked questions as to why she disappeared with no word from Pete or fellow crew.

Tory is a private person in her post-Treehouse Masters’ life, so we don’t know why she left the show. She has continued her work as a renowned interior designer and production designer, where her work has been featured in multiple museum collections and private collections.

What Happened to Daryl from Treehouse Masters?

Daryl McDonaldDaryl McDonald is still the loyal and fun head project manager at Nelson Treehouse. Daryl has worked on over 200 treehouse builds with Pete and shows no signs of stopping. Daryl is on many different episodes of Treehouse Master’s 11 seasons, so don’t expect to suddenly see him go missing while you’re binging the series! He isn’t very active on social media, but you can find him hanging out with his wife and dogs and enjoying outdoor sports when he isn’t building treehouses.

Want to learn more about the Treehouse Masters cast and crew?

Head over to Nelson Treehouse’s website to find fun and fact-filled staff features about some of Nelson Treehouse’s favorite crew members.

Is Treehouse Masters Fake?

Despite the hard-to-believe results Pete’s team delivers, Treehouse Masters isn’t fake. People really do spend (hundreds of) thousands of dollars to fulfill their childhood dreams of having a treehouse all of their own. When Pete was first approached to do the show in 2011, he said no—he hated the drama of reality TV and wanted nothing to do with it. So in many ways, this show is more authentic than most.

Pete’s personality carries the show (along with the crazy exciting treehouses he builds). Clients often say that working with Pete is exactly like it appears on the show—he’s fun, upbeat, and incredibly creative, always willing to go the extra mile to create a client’s dream treehouse. So, while most reality TV shows have some planted drama and fakeness to them, Treehouse Masters is real, fun, and pretty genuine.

Where Are They Now? The Stars Of Treehouse Masters

With over 100 episodes spanning seven years, Treehouse Masters has featured many stories of extraordinary, gravity-defying treehouses and happy clients. Just about every treehouse has left viewers in awe of the skill and talent it takes to build such structures! Here are some of the most popular treehouses and clients Treehouse Masters has seen.

Country-Style Speakeasy Treehouse

Brian KelleyDuring season three, Pete and the treehouse gang built a stunning treehouse retreat for Brian Kelley—one-half of the superstar country duo, Florida Georgia Line. Brian always wanted a treehouse growing up, so he and his wife set out to create the treehouse of their dreams. The final product included a complete recording studio, bedroom loft, and plenty of natural light and décor to inspire the creative process. Stay up to date on what the superstar duo is up to by following Florida Georgia Line and Brian Kelley on Instagram.

Solar-Powered Spirit House Retreat

Dana KlisaninSeason one, episode five of Treehouse Masters, featured Dana Klisanin, a psychologist and game designer known for her research and writing in the field of digital altruism. Dana turns to Pete to create an inspiring Spirit House for a uniquely creative space. This tiny treehouse—which featured gold leaf beams and a stained glass window—is entirely solar-powered. Dr. Klisanin continues her research and writing and is the Founder and CEO of Evolutionary Guidance Media.

Want to learn more about the stunning structures built on Treehouse Masters?

By visiting the Nelson Treehouse blog, fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most popular Treehouse Masters episodes.

Where To Watch Treehouse Masters

Wondering what streaming services have Treehouse Masters streaming? You can find all 11 seasons of Treehouse Masters on Discovery+ and Animal Planet Go (if you have a cable provider login).

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Check out these clips from Treehouse Masters on YouTube!

Your Turn!

  • Did you ever dream of having a treehouse as a child?
  • Would you ever commit to living in a tiny treehouse?

All About Tiny House Big Living TV Show

All About Tiny House Big Living TV Show

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HGTV’s Tiny House, Big Living seems to be a fan-favorite tiny house TV show. People really love to see the challenges that tiny house builders face, and this show captures it all. It’s no wonder this tiny house TV show has been around for eight seasons and is one of the original tiny house TV shows.

Here are all the details you need to know about Tiny House, Big Living.

The Story Behind Tiny House Big Living

tiny house big livingTiny House, Big Living is an entertaining, in-depth look at the start-to-finish process of becoming a tiny house homeowner. There’s no shortage of unique, inspiring, or innovative tiny homes featured on this tiny house TV show with eight full seasons.

The formula for this show is what makes it so appealing. In each episode, we meet the soon-to-be tiny house homeowners—singles, couples, or even families—that are looking to downsize their homes. Here is where the real questions are answered: why live in a tiny home? Are they really ready for the challenges of tiny house living? These are questions that almost all tiny homeowners face before they take the plunge, and it’s great to see them tackle these issues.

The episodes—filmed in different locations across the United States—show us how the homeowners plan on crafting their tiny houses. Some homeowners take the DIY route like I did when I built my home. Others opt to leave it to professional tiny house builders.

Tiny House, Big Living is a candid look inside the tiny house process from start to finish. I appreciate the honesty and (somewhat) unvarnished approach to the tiny life. It’s a good way to explore all the decisions that go into choosing tiny living.

What Network Is Tiny House Big Living On?

HGTVTiny House, Big Living is an HGTV Network TV show—one of their many tiny home-centric shows. Tiny House, Big Living focuses mainly on the building aspect of tiny home life, making it the perfect watch for anyone considering the task of building your own tiny house.

Is Tiny House Big Living Still Filming?

The final episode of Tiny House, Big Living—Funky Futuristic Tiny—aired in November 2018. Since then, there has been no news of a 9th season in the works. With eight seasons, there are more than 100 episodes (each an average of about 20 minutes) to keep you entertained for quite a while.

If you enjoyed watching Tiny House Big Living, check out these other tiny house TV shows:

Is Tiny House Big Living Cancelled?

Tiny House, Big Living is not officially cancelled, but the release date for a ninth season is still to be determined. Keep an eye on the DIY Network—and HGTV affiliate—for any updates on the next season of this popular tiny house TV show.

Who Hosts Tiny House Big Living On HGTV?

Michael PadulaTiny House, Big Living doesn’t feature a host—these episodes feature the homeowners and their building crew. The many seasons have various narrators throughout. Michael Padula, a casting director and actor, has narrated the most episodes of the series. You can find a full Tiny House, Big Living cast list on IMDB.

Charlie Kern: Tiny Home and Skoolie Builder

Charlie Kern is featured as a tiny house builder on multiple episodes of Tiny House, Big Living, including Tiny Bus Workshop and Tiny Bus House. Charlie’s company, Chrome Yellow Corp., transforms school buses into homes for people who want to live tiny in a creative way. They’ve created some amazing skoolie conversions and remain in business today based in Colorado.

Is Tiny Paradise Fake?

People often ask me to weigh in on how “realistic” I think certain tiny house shows are. All reality shows are scripted so there’s some fakeness to any TV show. But with Tiny House, Big Living, I think they did a nice job of showing an authentic view of what it’s like to live the tiny life and the issues that some tiny homeowners face.

Where Are They Now? The Stars Of Tiny Paradise

It would be impossible to do a follow-up on all the homeowners featured on Tiny House, Big Living with so many episodes. A special “How Are They Now” episode aired at one point but doesn’t currently appear to be streaming anywhere.

Here are a few updates on some of the most unique tiny homes seen on Tiny House, Big Living

John & Fin Kernohan – Traveling Tiny Firehouse

Traveling Tiny FirehouseThis amazing traveling tiny firehouse was featured on season six of Tiny House, Big Living. The tiny firehouse, named Station No. 9, is a tribute to retired and active fire firefighters/first responders, as well as those lost in the line of duty. John and Fin are the founders of the charitable Tiny House Festivals and the United Tiny House Association. Station No. 9 firehouse. Learn more about the work John and Fin do for the United Tiny House Association here.

Kyle & Sadie Brooks – Tiny Coffee House

the red byrdKyle and Sadie’s episode of Tiny House, Big living aired in the final season. Their love of coffee and coffee houses inspired them to build and live in their very own dream tiny coffee house. Located in Franklin, TN, The Red Byrd is Leiper’s Fork’s only coffee shop, and it’s open Wednesday through Sunday, hand-crafting delicious beverages served out of a unique and totally custom-built tiny home.

With so many fan favorites on the Tiny House, Big Living docket, I’m sure we’ll continue to learn more about where the Tiny House, Big Living stars are now. Many of them lead interesting and unique lives that inspire others to take the leap to the tiny life.

Where To Watch Tiny Paradise

All eight seasons of Tiny House, Big Living can be found on Discovery+. In addition, you can find videos, photos, and more news on their HGTV show page here.

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Your Turn!

  • Have you seen any episodes of Tiny House, Big Living?
  • What’s your favorite tiny house TV show?

All About Tiny House Hunting TV Show

All About Tiny House Hunting TV Show

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One aspect of tiny living that often gets overlooked is the variety. Unless you’ve really explored the tiny life, you might not be aware that there are many different tiny house options available—not simply a traditional tiny cottage, but THOWs, cabins, boathouses, and more. One thing I appreciate about the tiny house TV show Tiny House Hunting is that it really captures the variety of tiny house lifestyles.

Tiny House Hunting seems to be one of the more popular tiny house tv shows out there. If you’re hoping to see how different people live the tiny life, this is a great show to explore

The Story Behind Tiny House Hunting

tiny house huntingLike Tiny House Hunters, Tiny House Hunting is a real estate-focused reality TV show that features homeowners looking for a new tiny dwelling. Whether homeowners are looking to downsize from their current home, new homeowners joining the tiny house movement, or want to live a life with more financial freedom, they’re on the hunt for their dream tiny home that’s under 500 square feet.

Narrated by Tiny House Nation’s host John Weisbarth, Tiny House Hunters gives viewers a glimpse into tiny living across the country. In each episode, we meet homeowners looking to go tiny—including couples, singles, newlyweds, and the list goes on! The tiny house movement is for everyone. However, these homeowners share one goal: to live on their terms in their dream tiny homes!

Viewers watch as homeowners tour different tiny house real estate in their cities. From a vacation-ready cabin in Wisconsin to a tiny boathouse in Seattle, the variety of tiny house real estate we see in Tiny House Hunting is expansive. Real estate agents take their homeowners to properties within their budget and tick all the wants on their tiny house wish list. After some debate, careful consideration of pros and cons, and a little suspense, the homeowners choose their favorite property and begin their new lives as tiny house owners.

Tiny House Hunting is the perfect show to check out if you want to see what tiny living looks like in different locations. Episodes are set in cities from coast to coast—from the Pacific Northwest in Portland and Seattle to Idaho, Minnesota, and even New York City.

What Network Is Tiny House Hunting On?

Tiny House Hunting is on FYI, an A&E Network channel. FYI is a hub for home design, home building, and lifestyle shows. If you enjoyed Tiny House Hunting, you might also like He Said, She Said, Smart Home Nation, or You Can’t Turn That Into a House.

Is Tiny House Hunting Still Filming?

Tiny House Hunting aired on FYI from December 2014 through October of 2017 for four seasons. No new seasons have been released since the final episode has aired. With so many home design and build shows, there’s no shortage of entertaining shows for fans of Tiny House Hunting.

If you enjoyed watching Tiny House Hunting, don’t miss these other tiny house TV shows:

Is Tiny House Hunting Cancelled?

While FYI never made an official cancellation announcement, Tiny House Hunting is not filming new episodes and has not had open casting calls since the final season, which aired in 2017. Since we haven’t seen any new episodes, it’s safe to say that yes, Tiny House Hunting will probably not return to the network.

Who Hosts Tiny House Hunting?

John WeisbarthTiny House Hunting focuses on the homeowners and real estate agents in each episode, so the show does not have its own host. However, the show is narrated by Tiny House Nation host John Weisbarth. In the later seasons of Tiny House Hunting, we see John featured on screen in the introduction and opening credits.

John is an actor, TV producer, tiny house ambassador, sportscaster, and father. He’s won 7 Regional Emmy Awards and a slew of other recognitions for his long career as a TV personality. When he’s not hosting a new TV show, emceeing, or traveling for sporting events, you can usually find him fixing random things as a do-it-yourself handyman. He travels with his family and started an Instagram series titled “Covid Cocktails with John Weisbarth”.

Is Tiny House Hunting Fake?

Tiny House Hunting is a reality TV show, and while the homeowners and real estate agents featured in the series are real, there are definitely scripted moments. The homebuying journey is unpredictable, whether you’re buying a tiny house or an average-sized home. Often, homebuyers move fast and make quick decisions–not every pure moment can be captured on camera.

It’s safe to say that Tiny House Hunting shows us real tiny homes and small-scale real estate that homeowners are interested in. It’s a great way to see more varieties of tiny home living in different cities and learn more about the wants and needs when downsizing to tiny.

Where Are They Now? The Stars Of Tiny House Hunting

Like many tiny house TV shows, locating the homeowners of Tiny House Hunting after their episode has aired is not easy. Many homeowners live quiet lives in their new tiny houses and are not seen or heard in the public eye again. Here’s a summary of a few of the homeowners featured on Tiny House Hunting.

Luxury Micro Cabins in Wisconsin (Tiny House Hunting S1, E1)

micro cabin in wisconsin In the first episode of Tiny House Hunting, we meet Bostonians Gus and Kyle, two professionals who are always on the move with bustling work and social lives. The couple craves a slower pace, so they head out to the shores of Lake Superior in Northern Wisconsin to find a micro cabin that’s the perfect vacation destination.

Gus is the Senior Associate Dean for Diversity and Community Involvement at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He and Gus enjoy frequent trips to their Wisconsin cabin, taking in the slow-paced alone time to unwind from busy city life.

Tiny Beach Bug Bites Hardened City Dweller (Tiny House Hunting S2, E10)

tiny house hunting city dwellerMaura and Scott want to revisit their roots in Charleston, South Carolina. These city-dwellers wish to raise their daughter outside of busy city life in New York and enjoy some beach-front living. With eco-friendly desires and a need for space for their young daughter, they want someplace that checks all their boxes for day-to-day living.

Maura, a College of Charleston alum, gave an interview on her experience filming Tiny House Hunting and finding their dream beach home. Maura now works at her alma mater as the director of advancement communication in the Division of Marketing and Communications.

Where To Watch Tiny House Hunting

Tiny House Hunting is streaming on YouTube and PlutoTV. Visit the show page on FYI’s website to see a few unlocked episodes and learn more about the show.

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Your Turn!

  • What’s your favorite episode of Tiny House Hunting?
  • Where would you hunt for a tiny home of your own?

All About Tiny House World TV Show

All About Tiny House World TV Show

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Living the tiny life has allowed me opportunities to visit many corners of the world. I enjoy travel, and when you live a minimalist lifestyle, you can afford to go on vacation. One aspect I love about travel is seeing how people live in tiny homes in different locals. The tiny house TV show, Tiny House World details just that—people living the simple life around the globe.

If you enjoy seeing the tiny life from many different perspectives, I suggest checking this tiny house TV show. It will definitely get you in the mood to travel and help you realize the commonalities that we share no matter where we live.

The Story Behind Tiny House World

tiny house worldThis tiny house TV show is essentially Tiny House Hunters goes international. Reality TV’s house hunting format is also seen on Tiny House World’s single season. Homeowners are looking for a smaller property to downsize, need a change of scenery, or want a vacation getaway home. After a real estate agent explores different cities for tiny house properties, homeowners weigh the pros and cons before deciding which property will be their new dream tiny home.

On Tiny House World, home buyers realize that having less is their passport to doing more—no matter where they are in the world. Tiny living knows no borders, and Tiny House World is the perfect example of the tiny house movement making its way worldwide.

If you want a sneak peek of international tiny house living, Tiny House World captures the many ways homeowners make the most of limited space, from bustling cities to the wide-open countryside. Watch a couple go completely off-grid in the Australian Backcountry, a bachelor enjoy the single life in Lisbon, or a theatrical family try to find their own space after moving out from their in-laws’ home.

Across the globe, tiny living is a growing lifestyle that offers financial freedom, adventure, and a new way of life. Tiny House World brings together the best of tiny living with foreign locations, expanding the tiny house movement beyond borders.

What Network Is Tiny House World On?

Tiny House World aired on FYI, which is an A&E Network affiliate. A&E is known for its lifestyle-focused programming, so there’s never a shortage of engaging human interest stories, including those living the tiny life.

Is Tiny House World Still Filming?

Tiny House World has only aired one season with 18 episodes which spanned from 2015 to 2016. Unfortunately, no new episodes have aired since, so your best bet for catching this tiny house TV show is via streaming channels. FYI has plenty of other home décor, build, and lifestyle shows to choose from once you’ve watched all the episodes of Tiny House World.

Check out these other tiny house TV shows:

Is Tiny House World Cancelled?

There is no second season of Tiny House World. Although there wasn’t a formal cancellation announcement, it’s safe to say this show is on the canceled list. If Tiny House World fans would like to see more international house hunting, they may want to turn to other tiny house TV shows for their tiny house inspiration.

Who Hosts Tiny House World?

John WeisbarthTiny House World is one of FYI’s shows narrated by the popular Tiny House Nation host, John Weisbarth. The show focuses on the home buyers, their reasons for going tiny, and the real estate agents that help them land their dream tiny home.

John Weisbarth is a 7-time Regional Emmy Award winner for his work as an actor, TV producer, TV personality, and sportscaster. He loves to spend his time changing lives as the host of Tiny House Nation, exploring new spots and interviewing strangers, and, of course, being a father.

Is Tiny House World Fake?

Tiny House World is one of many tiny house-centric reality TV shows, so it’s to be expected that much of what we see on screen isn’t as real as it may seem. Like other house hunting shows, the process is usually recreated since the home buying journey is rarely as simple as depicted on TV. Home buying is unpredictable, and that goes for tiny house home buying too. While it may not be the most realistic TV experience, it’s still an interesting look into the international tiny house market.

The guests at people on the show are real, and they’re living the tiny life in their own way. So in the sense of capturing a global view of the tiny life, the show is authentic and accurate.

Where Are They Now? The Stars Of Tiny House World

It’s not easy to follow up with the homeowners featured on Tiny House World, as we don’t learn more than their first name and a few general details about them. However, at the end of each episode, we get a short update of how the homeowners enjoy the tiny life a few months after settling into their homes. This news will have to satisfy curious viewers as we hope for a “where are they now” episode to follow up with fan-favorite tiny home dwellers.

Where To Watch Tiny House World

You can purchase single episodes of Tiny House World on Amazon Prime or watch the first (and only) season on PlutoTV.

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Check out these clips from Tiny House World on YouTube!

Your Turn!

  • If you could build a tiny house anywhere in the world, where would you settle?
  • What’s your favorite episode of Tiny House World?

All About Tiny Paradise – Tiny House TV Show

All About Tiny Paradise - Tiny House TV Show

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One of the best parts of tiny living is that the lifestyle often affords you the ability to travel. Because you’re living on a smaller budget, you likely have some financial flexibility. Additionally, you don’t have as much to worry about leaving behind. If you have a tiny house on wheels, you can even take your home with you as you explore. Tiny Paradise is a show that captures the wanderlust of the tiny life and highlights the experiences of tiny homeowners seeking their own paradise.

If you’re looking for a great escape, here’s what you should know about watching Tiny Paradise.

The Story Behind Tiny Paradise

tiny house paradise tv show homeTiny Paradise is a fun, indulgent tiny house TV show highlighting elements of tiny living. On Tiny Paradise, viewers follow tiny homeowners on their journey to creating their dream tiny home in their personal paradise. Mountains, the desert, lakeside cabins, or a tropical island in Hawaii—the locations are gorgeous spots for a tiny home.

You’ll find a variety of tiny house buyers on Tiny Paradise—newlyweds building their own home together, a young woman putting down roots in her homeland, and two best friends DIY-ing a mountain vista tiny house. There’s no limit to the possibilities for Tiny Paradise.

Tiny Paradise focuses on the overall process of creating the dream tiny home, so we get a great overview of building the tiny house, why buyers are ready for tiny living, and critical design choices to make the most of limited space. We see some homeowners DIY the whole process, and some hire professional tiny house builders for the job. Tiny Paradise is a great tiny home design show to binge in an afternoon if you want to experience tiny living in scenic locations (or gather inspiration).

What Network Is Tiny Paradise On?

HGTVTiny Paradise is one of many HGTV home design shows. It’s sure to be one of your new favorite tiny home design shows, with plenty of travel inspiration to make you want to take an exotic trip to your own paradise.

Is Tiny Paradise Still Filming?

Tiny Paradise lasted for two seasons between 2017 and 2018. There are 20 episodes, each about 20 minutes each, so it’s a quick watch, but definitely a good option if you need a mental vacation.

If you loved Tiny Paradise, check out these other tiny house TV shows that inspire tiny living:

Is Tiny Paradise Cancelled?

Tiny Paradise fans have been waiting on a new season for quite a while. In this case, no news isn’t good news—since there hasn’t been a new season since 2018, it’s safe to say Tiny Paradise is likely not returning. However, it was never officially cancelled by HGTV, so stay tuned!

Who Hosts Tiny Paradise On HGTV?

Andrew PifkoAndrew Pifko is the narrator behind Tiny Paradise. Andrew is an actor with an impressive list of credits to his name, including roles in Dwight in Shining Armor, Carmen Sandiego, Criminal Minds, and NCIS LA. You can find a complete list of Andrew’s credits on his IMDB page.

Andrew Pifko is still acting according to his IMBD page. He currently plays Mack the Fox in the show Dwight in Shining Armor. He’s had many voice and acting gigs throughout the years, even voicing some video game characters.

Is Tiny Paradise Fake?

Is this show “fake”? It really highlights people who actually live in different, beautiful tiny house locations. Is it realistic? Probably not entirely. As anyone who’s built a tiny house quickly learns, there are a lot of building codes, zoning regulations, and other hoops to jump through when you build a tiny house. The show glosses over that aspect a bit in that you can’t just pick up and build a tiny house anywhere you want.

Tiny Paradise is also scripted like any reality show, but the backstory and the featured owners are real people. I would say that this show is aspirational. It can serve as great material for your next vacation plan or inspiration for your own tiny house.

Where Are They Now? The Stars Of Tiny Paradise

tiny house paradise house ownersTiny Paradise doesn’t provide any follow-up on the tiny house owners at the end of the episodes. This show is geared towards viewers who want to see impressive tiny houses in scenic views. With little backstory provided for the featured homeowners, the connection is really made with the building process and finding creative ways to design the perfect tiny house dream home.

Where To Watch Tiny Paradise

Tiny Paradise can be streamed on Discovery+ with a subscription, or you can purchase single episodes or entire seasons on Amazon Prime.

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Your Turn!

  • Where is your dream paradise location for a tiny home?
  • What’s your favorite tiny house TV show?