Here's How You Can Watch Every Episode Of Renovation Island

The setup for HGTV's Renovation Island is a romantic renovation fan's dream come true: an intrepid Canadian couple take their four children on an experience of a lifetime when they purchase (and then painstakingly renovate) a rundown beachfront resort in the Bahamas. 

During the show's pilot episode, contractor Bryan Baeumler and his wife, design expert Sarah Baeumler (pictured), stepped foot on the resort and knew it wasn't going to b any ordinary renovation. For one thing, the location: an abandoned resort with so much potential, perched on the beach on the beautiful island of South Andros, a district of the Bahamas. It wasn't long before viewers fell in love with the family, as they tackle issues like weather damage, an exorbitant electric bill (that needs to be paid by the end of the day), and the inability to get supplies to the island as fast as they would like.

The hit show, which premiered in April 2019, is only in its second season. There are 10 episodes in Season 1 of Renovation Islandwhich was originally called Island of Bryan, IMDb reported. And while there are no dates set for Season 2, according to The Cinemaholic, fans can expect a new set of episodes by summer 2021. So if you've missed an episode or two or looking for a new show to binge, here's how you can watch every episode right now.

Here's the fun fact we know about Renovation Island

Amazon Prime Video offers the option of purchasing a single episode of Renovation Island for $2.99, or an entire season for $19.99. With a TV Season Pass, you can get all the current episodes as well as the future ones when they become available, aka after they've aired on television already. 

As many fans may know, the show originally aired on HGTV Canada and had over five million viewers for the season finale (via Cheat Sheet). If you're worried that there will only be Season 1 (and eventually, a Season 2), fans of the show shouldn't worry. According to an Instagram post shared by Bryan Baeumler in September 2020, it seems like Season 3 is already in the works. In the snapshot, Baeumler is seen sitting in a chair on location at the Caerula Mar Club, the beachfront resort he and his team renovated in Renovation Island. In the caption, he wrote, "We got the band back together." 

So whether you see reruns of the show or travel there to experience it yourself (you know, when it's safe), knowing that there is not just one, but potentially two seasons in the works should make Renovation Island fans very happy.