Our First Home

You’ve had two nights to get to know the families on TV One’s new home renovation show Our First Home so who are your favourite family?

Who are your favourite family on Our First Home?

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our_first_home_logoLast year, TVNZ dumped Masterchef New Zealand in favour of MKRNZ which it ran in the middle of the year and then in its place, last night launched its new home renovation show, Our First Home.

The fifth season of Masterchef New Zealand rated much lower than the previous seasons after the second lowest debut with 449,030 viewers. Overall, the season had an average audience of 464,971 viewers per episode. Continue reading »

TV One launched it’s latest home renovation program tonight, Our First Home. What did you think?

What did you think of Our First Home NZ

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masterchef-logoIt’s official. Masterchef New Zealand won’t be returning to screens in 2015 as TVNZ have confirmed they have pulled the plug on the cooking series after 5 seasons.

TVNZ’s Head of Television told Throng “After 5 seasons of Masterchef NZ we have chosen not to commission a sixth season.” Continue reading »

our_first_home_logoAre you a YOUNG COUPLE just starting out and battling to gain a foothold in the current market?

Or…PARENTS, are you sitting comfortably, but watching your KIDS struggle to step onto the property ladder?

The search is on for families of four who will work together, to BUY, RENOVATE and SELL a house, in a unique test of love and loyalty. Continue reading »

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Promising to bring the fun and feel-good factor to the nation’s obsession with DIY and the property market, TV ONE’s Our First Home has gone into production with the major backing of BNZ, Toyota and Fly Buys.

The brand new multi-night series is pegged for TV ONE’s primetime schedule next year and will follow Kiwi parents doing what they’ve always done for their kids – helping the next generation with their first step on the property ladder. Competing as three teams of Kiwi families, parents will work with their adult children to buy, renovate and sell a home. Continue reading »