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We’re currently RVing across Italy with our friends Heath & Alyssa and their 4+-month-old daughter Ellie. While we’re away, there’s been an important update about our upcoming TV show, The RVers.

Originally scheduled to premiere on Saturday mornings beginning November 23rd, The RVers will now air SUNDAY mornings at 8AM Eastern beginning November 17, 2019, six days earlier than originally planned! Other outlets such as Apple TV, Amazon and Google Play have also be moved up – to November 18. Watch the video for complete details about the show schedule, plus we’ll fill you in on some upcoming videos from Italy.

In addition, we’ll be joining the show’s creator & producer, Anthony Nalli, and our fellow hosts Tom & Caitlin of Mortons on the Move for a YouTube Live chat, hosted by Curtis Coleman of RVillage.

We hope you can join us on Monday, October 21, 2019 at 7PM Eastern. Click on the image below to watch or to set a reminder on YouTube. If you’re signed into a YouTube account during the broadcast, you’ll be able to chat with us during the live event.

To keep up with the latest as we travel through Italy, follow us on Instagram.


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