FYI Introducing New Series ‘Waterfront House Hunting’


On May 12, FYI announced that they were introducing a brand new series called Waterfront House Hunting. The show will be hosted by Nick Waldener, a real estate expert who helps individuals find their newest home in a coveted, waterfront location. He will be assisting these home buyers in finding new homes that will fit into their lifestyles better.

Waterfront House Hunting will follow along with prospective buyers as they go on the hunt for their dream homes, in a location along the water. Viewers of the new FYI show will get a chance to get an inside look into some of the most stunning spaces available by the water, while also getting a more in-depth look into not only the home shopping experience, but also the home-buying experience.

Waldener is going to help these individuals by finding some of the most one-of-a-kind properties, all with views that are not only worthy of envy, but are also worth making a move for. Some of the locations that the program will feature include Alabama’s Gulf Shore, Marathon, Florida’s Oceanside and Arizona’s Lake Havasu.

Every single episode of FYI’s new series, Waterfront House Hunting, will introduce viewers to a new couple or family across the country. All of these individuals have one thing in common, the desire to live as close to the water as possible. Waterfront House Hunting is a house hunting adventure with a waterfront destination.

Every single buyer has their own wants and needs in a home. There are a number of different preferences that will have to be taken into account when hunting for a new place to live by the water. Some individuals will be looking for a home that is big enough for a family that is expanding, while others might be looking for a condo in a high-rise. With the help of Waldener, every buyer will be guided in the direction they need and want, as he prioritizes their list of necessities.

The families and couples on Waterfront House Hunting will each get a chance to see three different options for their new homes. These buyers will then get a chance to choose which of the locations they prefer, in order to make their dreams of living on the waterfront come to fruition.

The SVP of Programming & Development for FYI, Gena McCarthy, said that this new series will offer people the fulfillment of a fantasy lifestyle for the viewing audience. She also said that every episode will deliver eye candy on the waterfront that is actually on a budget that is achievable for a variety of people.

Authentic Entertainment produces Waterfront House Hunting for the FYI network. The executive producers for the program from Authentic Entertainment are Tom Rogan, Lauren Lexton and Joe Correll. McCarthy is also an executive producer for FYI, alongside James Bolosh.

FYI has ordered 14 episodes of this new series. All of the episodes of Waterfront House Hunting will be half an hour in length. The new series will premiere on the FYI network on May 25 at 10 PM EST.

By Kimberley Spinney


FYI Press Release

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7 Responses to "FYI Introducing New Series ‘Waterfront House Hunting’"

  1. Rebecca Ives   June 6, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    Sorry, the home buyers just don’t come off like real folks off the street like similar shows. Sound more like well coached actors and Host sounds too intense and pushy!! Not interested in another copy cat show!

  2. Deborah   May 25, 2016 at 11:52 pm

    Well, seems others feel the same way as me. This is what I wrote before reading other comments: Can someone please let the producers know that the music and slow-mo is over-the-top and quite frankly, very annoying. I must change the channel NOW!

  3. Greg Conrad   February 8, 2016 at 3:51 pm

    Have to agree, the change of music every time someone steps into a new room is over-the-top and disrupts the otherwise good flow of the show. The music should be more background and ambient and match the setting rather than in your face club music. Whoever’s in charge of music needs to be fired or at least have a stern talking to.

  4. Jess   January 31, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    Just watching this show for the first time today and it will be my last!! The music is annoying and sucks!!

  5. Brad Stokes   June 29, 2015 at 7:33 pm

    Whoa guys–take it easy on the music! A new music cue for every camera shot or paragraph of copy? Way over the top and too much power pop. Distracting and fatiguing.

  6. Frank Rizzo   June 27, 2015 at 8:41 pm

    I agree. What’s up with the slo-mo camera shots?

  7. Paula Pescatello   May 26, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    Can’t watch this show…the constant music is annoying!!!


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