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Treehouse Masters

Treehouse Masters is American DIY TV series. Produced by Stiletto Television. Stars: Tory Jones, Pete Nelson, Christina Salway. Also known as Mi casa en un árbol in Spain. It first aired on May 31, 2013, on Animal Planet. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.5 *.


How Many Seasons Of Treehouse Masters Are There: 11 (98 episodes)

Season 12

Animal Planet

Season 11

Season premieres on August 17, 2018

Animal Planet, 11 episodes

Season 10

Season premieres on January 5, 2018

Animal Planet, 9 episodes

Season 9

2017, Animal Planet, 9 episodes

Season 8

2016, Animal Planet, 7 episodes

Season 7

2016, Animal Planet, 8 episodes

Season 6

2015, Animal Planet, 10 episodes

Season 5

2015, Animal Planet, 9 episodes

Season 4

2014, Animal Planet, 10 episodes

Season 3

2014, Animal Planet, 13 episodes

Season 2

2013, Animal Planet, 7 episodes

Season 1

2013, Animal Planet, 9 episodes

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When Does Treehouse Masters Come On

Treehouse Masters is on Animal Planet (United States) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 11 Episode 11 (Ultimate Treehouses VI) - Air Date: Oct 19, 2018 (9 months ago)

News & Interviews

TV Picks for July 29: 'Treehouse Masters' on Animal Planet - The Seattle Times - according to Seattletimes

For five seasons, Pete Nelson and his team of designers and carpenters have been building “treehouse retreats” for customers. Tonight, it’s a triple-decker treehouse inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, on the shores of Lake Barkley in Kentucky. 10:02 p.m. Friday, July 29, on Animal Planet.

'Treehouse Masters' explores creations around country - USA TODAY - via Usatoday

Add to that Nelson's intrinsic love of wood and he was off and running. There were detours, like getting an economics degree and building and designing residences for 16 years in Seattle — but Nelson never abandoned his fascination with viewing the world from 10 feet off the ground. And he owes much of his success to his family.

Treehouse Masters adds roots to Vermont's eclectic hospitality options - per Vermontbiz

And they have. The Tree House at Pitchford, in England, was first built in the 1600s. At that time the treehouse was supported entirely by the tree. The house was first renovated in 1760. A half century later, Queen Victoria as a young princess wrote in her diary about watching a visiting pack of foxhounds from the treehouse. The treehouse was renovated again in 1980, and now the tree is held up by metal supports and wires shoring it up for years to come.

Chelsea couple featured on 'Treehouse Masters' - by Cbs42

And the Brogdons will have plenty of fun in their new treehouse, which sits on the side of a mountain and is anchored to a tree. It features two bedrooms, a kitchen and a deck with a view down the mountain. 


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