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9 by Design

A reality series that centers on a married couple who design and renovate buildings while raising their large family of seven children.

Premiered: April 13, 2010

Rating: TV-PG

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Selling Point Season 1, Episode 8 Jun 1, 2010 $1.99

With their biggest design project only weeks away from completion, the Novogratzes steal some well-deserved family time at their Berkshires country house. But just days before the opening, it's discovered that one of the last remaining hotel design details remains unfinished. With the pressure mounting to sell at least one of their Manhattan residential properties, Bob and Cortney are confronted with some tough choices about how to structure their business - and their lives - for the future.

Down at the Jersey Shore Season 1, Episode 7 May 25, 2010 $1.99

Bob and Cortney Novogratz get their first big commercial job: they've been hired to design the interior of a brand new 24-room boutique hotel on the Jersey Shore. The pressure is on as they try to reconcile their unconventional design aesthetic with the practical needs of a functioning hotel.

London Calling Season 1, Episode 6 May 18, 2010 $1.99

Bob and Cortney Novogratz take the kids to London to promote the release of their new coffee table book on design and renovation, Downtown Chic. As always, the trip serves two purposes: promoting the book and the business while also searching for an international buyer for the new house.

With Benefits Season 1, Episode 5 May 11, 2010 $1.99

Bob takes the lead with raising money for his oldest son Wolfie's basketball team, while Cortney throws herself into the effort to raise money for a dear friend's daughter who has leukemia and desperately needs to pay for a bone marrow transplant. As both benefits bump up against each other and the money-losing office renovation kicks into overdrive, Bob and Cortney realize that the souring economy may make it harder to sell their two expensive Manhattan properties than they thought.