KIDS JOIN THE SEARCH FOR A PERFECT HOME IN THE NEW HGTV SERIES "HOUSE HUNTERS FAMILY"
NEW YORK (July 11, 2017) HGTV's popular House Hunters franchise is expanding to include the new series House Hunters Family, which follows parents and their kids as they tour three properties and try to agree on the ideal home they all love the best. Premiering Monday, July 31, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, House Hunters Family reveals that sometimes the biggest opinions come from the smallest family members and the hottest topics can be who gets their own room or whether the yard has space for a trampoline.
In the premiere episode, a family of six - including four children ages 18 to two - looks for a new home in the Denver suburbs that will provide the indoor and outdoor spaces they desire. While the parents wish for an open concept layout with a spacious kitchen perfect for entertaining, the kids hope for a large playroom and backyard as well as bedrooms to call their own. The family weighs the pros and cons of three houses in their ideal location and then comes to a unanimous decision on which is the perfect home.
To learn more about the series, viewers can visit www.hgtv.com/HouseHuntersFamily and can interact via social media using #HouseHunters.
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