Do you know the TV program House Hunters International?
"House Hunters International" is a popular American television series that airs on the Home and Garden TV (HGTV) network. The show premiered in 2006 and has since become one of the network's most successful programs.
The premise of the show is to follow individuals or couples as they search for a new home or property in a foreign country. Each episode typically features three properties in the same general location, and the participants must choose which one they want to buy or rent. Along the way, viewers are given an inside look at the local real estate market, the culture and lifestyle of the area, and the challenges and joys of moving abroad.
The show has featured a wide range of locations around the world, from popular destinations such as Paris, London, and Sydney, to more obscure locales like Belize, Mongolia, and Vanuatu. The participants come from all walks of life and have a variety of reasons for wanting to move abroad, whether it's for work, retirement, or a new adventure.
House Hunters International on HGTV has always been a favorite show for us and anyone looking to see what life is like abroad should start watching. If you are thinking of moving to Spain, our episode might be just one of the many episodes for you to watch.
DP: Richard Gillespie
Sound: Raul Martinez
Fixer: Silvia Lanza
Covid Safety PA: Ernesto Hernandez
Realtor / Agent: Anthony Scotti
All of the pictures below were made under strict Covid-19 guidelines. Everybody on the set was tested and masks were only removed quickly during shooting or while making these documentary images.
Behind The Scenes Moments
Filming the realtor Anthony Scotti at the beach in Benicasim
Filming an interview with Karen at a hotel in Benicasim
Shaving the front for the sound man Raul Martinez
Crew Trucks in the backyard of a house
The Tögels with Anthony Scotti before looking at the first house
An ugly bathroom is only accessible through the kitchen
The Tögels at the second house are waiting for the filming to start...
A most beautiful wife and Karen before shooting at the second house
A most beautiful wife and Karen after shooting at the second house
On the trip to one of the houses, we drove by this castle. I was so hoping for it...
Break for Richard Gillespie (Photography) and Raul Martinez (Sound)
The Tögel Family at the caves
Final moments of shooting the decision scene at the ruins of the Oropesa castle
After the shooting was done and just before we all left for home, we took our masks off for our quick outdoor goodbye picture.