'My Lottery Dream Home': Air time, date, how to live stream and all you need to know about the HGTV show

'My Lottery Dream Home': Air time, date, how to live stream and all you need to know about the HGTV show
David Bromstad in a still from 'My Lottery Dream Home' (HGTV)

'My Lottery Dream Home' has aired eight seasons on HGTV but this is one show that audiences are obsessed about and they keep coming back for more. The opportunity to watch people who turned into millionaires overnight courtesy of a lottery win live their home-buying journey on television makes for quite an endearing and heartwarming experience. That is one of the reasons this remains the second most-streamed show on HGTV GO.


Season 8 of the show has already finished airing 12 episodes of the show between December 2019 to April 2020. While there is no news about the renewal of the show for Season 9 despite its popularity, the network will be airing fresh episodes from Season 8. Here's what you can expect when the HGTV show returns. 


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Rick and Lorie Knudsen in the first episode of 'My Lottery Dream Home' Season 1 (HGTV)


Release date 

'My Lottery Dream Home' Season 8 Part 2 will premiere on Friday, May 7, 2021, on HGTV. 

How to live stream 

Apart from catching up on 'My Lottery Dream Home' during its TV premiere, there are multiple ways that viewers can tune in to the show. If you are on the go, or if you want to catch this or any other HGTV show without cable, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and Apple TV are your best options. Episodes of 'My Lottery Dream Home' and other HGTV shows are also available to purchase on iTunes, Amazon Video, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Vudu, and Fandango Now.


Additionally, viewers can download the HGTV GO app and can tune into the linear premiere or watch full episodes later. Other benefits of the app include bonus clips with easy DIY projects and behind-the-scenes extras. Episodes are also available to watch on HGTV Live website. For viewers with a Discovery+ membership, episodes will be available to watch starting May 7, a day before the television premiere. 


New York couple who won $7 million in the lottery featured on an episode of 'My Lottery Dream Home' (HGTV)


'My Lottery Dream Home' host David Bromstad travels across the country, making stops in Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts and North Carolina, to tour homes with the suddenly rich. In each episode, Bromstad takes them on a tour of three homes, which include super luxurious mansions to countryside homes that provide not just shelter but a sense of comfort. 


While the decision of settling for a home lies completely with the homebuyers, Bromstad continues to help them every step of the way, guiding them about financial matters as well. He offers advice, rather shows them how to maximize the large fortune they've just acquired along with teaching them how to live their best lives in a new place that fulfills their wish list. 



David Bromstad

Bromstad's stint as a permanent and constant name on HGTV began when he appeared on 'Design Star' and won it. After taking the grand prize home, Bromstad went on to make a real name for himself on the network and within the home design sphere as a whole. Bromstad has hosted three HGTV shows to date including 'Beach Flip' and 'Color Splash'. The tracksuit-loving Disney-enthusiast loves everything color and he makes sure to rub off some of his pizzazz and love for all things pretty on the lives of people he associates with on these shows.





There is no trailer yet for the new episodes of 'My Lottery Dream Home'. But here's the trailer for the previous season to give new viewers an idea of what the show entails. 



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