It’s that time of year again, where HGTV will soon be casting for their next season of Hawaii Life. Our show will be coming up on Season 6, and Hawaii Life has been fortunate enough to acquire an enormous HGTV viewership to support future episodes. We work with a wonderful team of producers from HGTV and Left/Right, and while it is a lot of work to film, it’s tons of fun too!
Buyers Zack and Amy Riehemann filming at Lulu’s Waikiki
The Riehemann’s decision scene filmed at the Kapiolani Bandstand in Waikiki
Our last shoot of the day at Magic Island Beach Park with Left/Right Producers Ben Mack and David Grant
HGTV casts buyers who desire to live the Hawaii lifestyle, because for our company it’s not just about the number of beds and bathrooms. Yes, it is expensive to live in this beautiful state, let alone buy property here; however, for a lot of folks, it’s worth it to have year-round fabulous weather that provides them the opportunity to do outdoor activities at any time.
I was born and raised on Oahu, so at times I have certainly taken this lifestyle for granted. I did live in Illinois for 2 years, so I experienced their hot and humid summers in addition to the freezing and windy winters. Okay, I must confess that I came back to Hawaii for months at a time during those summers and winter months, but when I moved back to Hawaii for good, I had a fresh sense of appreciation for the islands.
Discussing the opening shoot for the Van Dyken’s
Filming the decision scene on the boat that Russell built – He’eia Kea Pier
Setting up for the Meet and Greet at the Paradise Bay Resort in Kaneohe
Hawaii Life Episodes Featured in this Blog
- Season 4, Episode 1: Young family looks to make roots in Waikiki
- Season 5, Episode 8: A young North Dakota surgeon and her husband search for a home near her new job on Oahu