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MAR
28
1 years

TLC Renews 'My First Home' for Fifth Season (Exclusive)

The series returns at noon April 6, marking the network's return to daytime programming.

My First Home is getting a fifth season.

TLC has renewed the unscripted series and set its return for noon on Saturday, April 6, marking the network's return to daytime programming. TLC has ordered 20 half-hour episodes of the series, which features realtors guiding first-time home buyers through the process of balancing their dream home wish list with their budget. 

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The premiere centers on Chris Austin, who is looking for his first home in Richmond, Va. Committed to being a lifelong bachelor, he wants to find a place in the city, but his mother, Judy, wants him to look for a home in the suburbs to make room for a potential family.

"I plan on being a bachelor 'til the day I die," he says.

The two end up battling it out.

(Watch a preview, which is exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter, above.)

My First Home is produced by Authentic Entertainment on behalf of TLC.