‘Honey I Bought the House’

The concept behind the British reality series Honey I Bought the House? Give a couple the money to make a deposit on their first home, but allow only one of the pair to house-hunt and then make the final decision.

“When the search is over,” asks Vibrant TV, which has just launched the show in the US, “will the partner be thrilled with the new property and agree to sign the mortgage papers? Or will the couple risk losing that precious deposit?”

You can stream 14 episodes of Honey I Bought the House at Vibrant TV’s subscription streaming service. Or watch the first episode tonight at 11 pm ET on Vibrant TV’s free livestream.

Also at Vibrant TV, next week has been designated “Snake Week.” Back-to-back episodes of The Savvy Screener favorite Snake Boss, chronicling the exploits of Australian urban snake catchers “Snake Sheila” and “Johnny Bagpipes,” will air nightly at 10 pm ET from October 16-20 over Vibrant’s free livestream.

For more information about Vibrant TV’s on-demand shows, visit vibrant.tv. For shows on the livestream, consult Vibrant TV’s schedule.

Vibrant TV, featuring English-language programming from abroad, offers several viewing options. You can get its linear channel free, with commercials, at vibrant.tv. It’s also available over the air in a several markets.

For a $4.99 monthly fee, after a one-month free trial, you can get the linear channel ad-free, and VOD via the web and a wide variety of devices and services – from Roku and Sling to smartphone apps to smart TVs. Our suggestion: check your own streaming method to see if Vibrant TV is available.

You can also see a number of shows on demand for free.

About Les Luchter

Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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