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Hi All! We’re still in New Zealand, but hoping to be on a rescheduled flight soon. In the meantime, we wanted to alert you to our imminent return to The Discovery Channel!
Season One of The RVers will re-air in its entirety beginning Saturday, April 4 at 8:00 AM (7 Central). Be sure to set your DVR so you don’t miss a single episode. Immediately following the Season One finale, the premiere of Season Two begins on Saturday, May 16th with all new episodes!
We’ve been here in New Zealand for over a month with our dear friends and co-hosts Tom & Caitlin of Mortons on the Move, where we’ve been shooting for the show. We’re excited to report that Season Two shooting is officially a wrap, and we’ll be sitting back to watch the results with all of you once the show’s editing team has worked their magic.
We hope you’re all safe and sound during this challenging time, and that The RVers can provide some much-needed entertainment (and useful information) while we all work to avoid going stir-crazy. Look for us for 12 straight weeks, every Saturday morning beginning April 4.
The RVers airs on The Discovery Channel in the United States. If you’re outside the US, or want to see the show commercial-free and with bonus content, it’s also available on iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, and other streaming services. We also air on PBS (check your local station for dates and times).
Visit the show’s website for more details on how to watch us!
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