Til Debt Do Us Part

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  • 2005
  • 7 Seasons
  • 7.9  (103)

Til Debt Do Us Part is a Canadian reality television series that premiered in 2005. The show features personal finance expert, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, as she helps couples and individuals struggling with their finances get out of debt and back on track. Each episode follows Gail as she gives her clients a financial makeover, helping them to create a budget, pay down debt and set financial goals. Through tough love and practical advice, Gail forces her clients to take a hard look at their spending habits and make necessary changes to their lifestyles in order to get out of debt.

The show is divided into two parts, with the first half focusing on Gail's initial consultation with the clients. During this time, she reviews their financial situation and identifies areas where they can cut back on spending. She also provides them with tools and strategies to help them stay on track, such as creating a spending journal or using a cash-only system.

In the second half of the show, Gail checks in with the clients to see how they're progressing with their financial goals. She provides feedback on their progress and helps them adjust their budget if necessary. Gail is never afraid to call out her clients if they're not following through on their commitments, but she also offers words of encouragement and support to keep them motivated and on track.

What makes Til Debt Do Us Part unique is Gail's no-nonsense approach to personal finance. She doesn't sugarcoat her advice or shy away from tough conversations. Instead, she challenges her clients to take ownership of their financial situation and make the necessary changes to improve it. Her philosophy is that every dollar counts, and by making small changes to their spending habits, her clients can achieve big financial goals.

In addition to helping couples and individuals get out of debt, Til Debt Do Us Part also teaches viewers valuable financial lessons. Each episode focuses on a different financial concept, such as budgeting, saving, investing, and debt reduction. Through practical examples and real-life scenarios, Gail demystifies these concepts and provides viewers with actionable advice that they can apply to their own lives.

The show is also entertaining to watch, thanks in part to Gail's quick wit and sense of humor. She's not afraid to joke around with her clients or tease them about their spending habits. This humor helps to lighten what can be a stressful and emotional topic for many people.

Overall, Til Debt Do Us Part is an engaging and informative show that offers practical advice on personal finance. It's perfect for anyone who wants to get out of debt, improve their financial situation, or learn more about managing money. With Gail Vaz-Oxlade at the helm, viewers can be sure that they're getting advice from one of the best in the business.

Til Debt Do Us Part is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (91 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2005.

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Time To Pay The Piper
13. Time To Pay The Piper
January 1, 2011
After meeting online, Carolyn and Jason lived large during their engagement, but now it's time to pay the piper.  They were years behind in paying taxes and spending double what they earn - which led Gail to repossess the stuff they purchased on credit.  Caroline felt like a failure and they decided to cancel their wedding plans.  Can Gail teach these two to be happy with what they have?
Getting Interested in Interest
12. Getting Interested in Interest
January 1, 2011
While Dionne was putting vacations on credit using a fly now and pay later plan, Shannon - having "no interest in interest" - ignored his debt and buried his head in the sand. On top of their bad spending habits, they made a huge commitment to their parents to gut and flip a fixer-upper hoping to make a quick buck but their renovation fell behind and the market fell apart.
Making Dough
11. Making Dough
January 1, 2011
Despite going through a consumer proposal in the past, Jodi and Adrien didn't change their ways and overspending got them into trouble for a second time around. Given that Jodi was on a reduced maternity leave income and both of them were struggling to make minimum payments, this family was on the brink of disaster. Gail forces them to pay back the dough they've already spent.
The Elephant In The Room
10. The Elephant In The Room
January 1, 2011
Sherry met David on vacation in Cancun; now they are married with a baby, and deep in debt.  Sherry was so stressed about the money that she cut her maternity leave short.  David, on the other hand, is determined to make the most of living in the land of opportunity and he's not going to let debt stand in his way.
Slaying The Debt Dragon
9. Slaying The Debt Dragon
January 1, 2011
Michelle and Stephen were so busy planning their fairy tale medieval wedding they forgot to talk about money. Once the honeymoon was over Michelle found out that her Prince Charming was actually a frog with a lot of debt. Although all that debt still didn't stop Michelle from spending like a princess. Can Gail get these two to stop living a financial fantasy and rescue them from the Debt Dragon?
Walled-In By Debt
8. Walled-In By Debt
January 1, 2011
Alexandria's secret spending habits pushed Andrew to cut up her debit and credit cards. After consolidating close to $80,000 of consumer debt into a 2nd mortgage, they still went and spent thousands more on credit.  And Alexandria wasn't the only one to blame; Andrew was blowing their credit on big-ticket items like an entertainment system and a motorcycle.
Sisters Sunk By Debt
7. Sisters Sunk By Debt
January 1, 2011
Maggie spent her way into debt and bullied her sister, Janice, into bankrolling her.  After the death of Maggie's husband, her sister came from Scotland to help her look after her three children.  Along with taking care of the kids, Janice also took out a loan to cover what Maggie couldn't pay. These sisters's interdependence has left them feeling trapped and frustrated.
Expensive Secrets
6. Expensive Secrets
January 1, 2011
Leanne hid bills and purchases in cupboards and closets around the house to keep the truth about her spending addiction concealed from her husband Adam. These spending secrets were not only damaging their finances but they were also detrimental to their relationship. Gail puts this family back in touch with reality by opening their eyes to the $141,000 of debt they've accumulated.
Debt, By A Thousand Cuts
5. Debt, By A Thousand Cuts
January 1, 2011
Debt was ripping Melanie and Kevin's family apart. With a surprise second baby on the way and 15 creditors demanding interest payments, Melanie worries that their financial affairs will kill their relationship for good. After begging for Gail's help Gail nails them on bad habits, silly spending and unstable incomes. Plumber Kevin has to work extra hard to keep his temper in check.
Riding the Rapids
4. Riding the Rapids
January 1, 2011
After pursuing her dream job as a zoo keeper, Heather had racked up a lot of debt.  Dave's obsession with rock and roll put them further in the hole.  Stuck in a basement apartment, their goals of travelling the world and owning a home seem further away than ever.  Gail forces these two to stop putting off planning and to start getting their finances in order so that they don't end up being broke.
Big Blind, Debt Blind
3. Big Blind, Debt Blind
January 1, 2011
Greg's gambling has his fiance, Karla, wondering if marriage really is in the cards for them. After catching Greg in a lie about his gambling habit, Karla took the financial reins and has been trying to curb his spending and debt. Looking for an easier way out, Greg thought Gail would give him a break - boy, was he wrong. Will Gail's challenges get Karla trusting Greg again?
Student Of Debt
2. Student Of Debt
January 1, 2011
Racking up $52,000 of debt while living rent free in the basement of his parents, 35 year old perpetual student Chris has a lot to learn. Chris' wife, Yen, is the breadwinner of the family but now they're expecting a baby. Gail schools Chris for his carefree attitude towards his crushing student loans and finally gets him to feel the damaging weight of his debt.
Debt, Debt Revolution
1. Debt, Debt Revolution
January 1, 2011
DJs Amanda and Sean have been spinning themselves into debt. Even with Sean's three jobs and Amanda's bookkeeping skills, these new parents haven't been able to scratch the surface of their debt. Using credit to buy big toys for themselves and for their daughter, their interest fees have skyrocketed and their romance has flattened. Gail challenges these two to brush up on their budgeting.
Where to Watch Til Debt Do Us Part
Til Debt Do Us Part is available for streaming on the Syndicado website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Til Debt Do Us Part on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hoopla and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (103)