HGTV is already jam-packed with House Hunters and , like Tiny House Hunters and House Hunters International. And now the network is adding a brand-new show that answers a burning question about the people who look for houses on House Hunters: where are their kids?
Usually, House Hunters just focuses on a couple looking for a house, and maybe there are a shot or two of their kids enjoying the space at the end. But do the adults just get babysitters every time they look at houses? It's unrealistic — sure, usually the grown-ups do most of the hunting, but sometimes they have to cart around a kid or two for open houses.
HGTV announced Tuesday that the new show, House Hunters Family, actively involves the kids in the house-buying process. Cameras follow both parents and their kids as they look at houses, and everyone has to come to an agreement — even the little kids.
The first episode, which airs July 31 at 10 p.m., follows a Colorado couple and their four kids. The parents want a big kitchen and open layout, but the kids want a big playroom, a big backyard, and their own bedrooms. show the kids fighting over which bedroom would belong to which kid, and imagining where a trampoline would go in the backyard. Sounds about right.
And it looks like they're still looking for families to participate. So if you want to bring your kids along to find a new house,