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Searching for the perfect home is a challenge. And when you consider an entire family's needs, it's even harder. For the first time ever, the whole family is getting involved. On House Hunters Family, the parents and their kids house hunt together to select which house suits them best. But kids have minds of their own and they will certainly make their opinions heard. Will the whole family agree on which house to choose? Find out on House Hunters Family.

House Hunters Family is a Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on July 31, 2017. It has mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.0.

House Hunters Family is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch House Hunters Family on demand at Discovery Life Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, HGTV, FuboTV, Google Play, iTunes, Discovery Life online.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
July 31, 2017
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House Hunters Family Full Episode Guide

  • A fun family of four is ready to buy their first home in the up-and-coming Austin, Texas, suburb of Cedar Park. The family has many items on their dream home checklist including a big backyard for their two dogs, a gourmet kitchen for their daughter's cooking passion and an extra bonus space to act as the family's exercise room.

  • A Los Angeles-based family of five relocates to live where both parents spent their childhoods in Spring Hill, Tennessee. Their dream is to find a forever home with all the Southern trimmings including a classic front porch, a large fenced-in yard, bedrooms for all the kids and a separate bathroom for the teenager all in one property.

  • A rambunctious family of five sets out to find more space in the growing Raleigh, North Carolina, suburb of Wake Forrest. Everyone is looking for a true upgrade -- large bedrooms for all three boys, a master suite that's a real getaway for the parents, an office for mom and plenty of enclosed land with room to run everyone ragged. Finding a home that has it all, however, may require lots of compromise.

  • A family is ready to leave their starter home for a spacious property in the growing suburb of Parkland, Florida. Looking for more space to accommodate their growing twin son and daughter, the family hopes to find a home with an open floor plan, outdoor pool, gourmet kitchen and more.

  • Three almost-teenagers and their parents are searching to find a larger home for everyone in Thousand Oaks, California. Mom wants a turnkey house with nice hardwood flooring, dad wouldn't mind a fixer upper and their growing kids all want their own space and a backyard pool. With an increasingly hot real estate market, however, finding the perfect home that has it all is going to require a lot of compromise.

  • A family of eight takes on the daunting task of finding a home large enough to have bedrooms for everyone in Salt Lake City, Utah.

  • An active family of five leaves their storm-damaged home for a house that has it all in Papillion, Nebraska.

  • A busy family of five looks for a new home that's move-in ready and has plenty of communal space in Kansas City, Kansas.

  • An active family of four gives up their rental to lay down permanent roots in a home that has it all in a community just north of San Diego, California.

  • Three kids and their dad debate between city and country living while finding the perfect home where they can spread their wings in Austin, Texas.

  • A fun-loving family with a new baby searches for a home that gives them plenty of room to grow and bond in Durham, North Carolina.

  • A family of four will have to choose between size and upgrades if they want to find the perfect, spacious new home in Macon, Georgia.

  • A family looks for a home that's both move-in ready and has great views of the local lakes in Winter Garden, Florida.

  • A family of four is ready to find their first dream home in Douglas County, Colorado. However, each family member has their own item on the wishlist, which may make it difficult for everyone to agree on the same house.

  • A family of four gets ready to find their first Colorado dream home.

  • A family of four relocates from Ohio to Valencia, Calif., so they can enjoy sunny weather year-round with outdoor amenities like a backyard pool; they hope to find a modern home that suits everyone's needs and still fits within their budget.

  • A family of five is excited to upgrade to a lake house with private access to the water in Tega Cay, S.C.

  • A family of four is eager to find their first home just outside of Dallas; they'd love to have a spacious home with all the modern touches, but with their budget, they'll have to choose between size and upgrades.

  • A fun family of six looks for a big open-concept home just outside of Denver to accommodate their growing family. However, while the parents are on the lookout for something turnkey and safe, their young boys are interested in finding extra space where they can make a mess. Will they find a home that satisfies everyone?