The HGTV Show You Should Watch If You're A Sagittarius

The archer craves freedom and adventure above all else, per Cosmopolitan. However, this particular sign can let their excitement get the better of them at times, not thinking things all the way through, as noted by Refinery29. The archer never means to get their friends or loved ones into trouble, of course, and fortunately, Sag is also a quick thinker who can easily navigate a sticky situation (but Sagittarius does have some toxic relationship traits regardless). 

Elsewhere, Sagittarians have plenty of enthusiasm for their plans in the moment, but they might struggle to commit to a life-altering decision. The archer also frequently relies on others to help them see major projects through, while they typically have a reputation for flaking on their responsibilities. But a healthy archer knows the value of outside perspectives, and that there are limits to their own undeniably creative problem-solving. 

There's no shame in asking for help when a project requires more effort or experience than they realized. As Cosmopolitan points out, Sag is ruled by Jupiter, so they'll most likely land on their feet when life gets the best of them. For the archer who wants to embrace the full force of their impulsive side without risking long-term consequences, they can live vicariously through participants on a certain unrealistic — yet enjoyably aspirational — HGTV show.

You could even visit the best vacation destinations, based on your zodiac sign, without ever leaving the couch. 

This HGTV show will satisfy the archer's wanderlust

According to Entity magazine, HGTV's "House Hunters International" is the perfect match for Sagittarians looking to live out their fantasies without actually abandoning friends and family for the Amalfi Coast or New Zealand. As a mutable sign, Sagittarius is super flexible, but that means making a decision, and sticking with it, can be tough. 

There are plenty of hilarious tweets about the show that are specifically applicable to the archer, including: "[People on] 'House Hunters International' be like, 'I need a house that's traditional but also modern and has the same space I'm used to in the States and a backyard in city center plus a view of the beach and a two-minute walk from the office." Of course, these unrealistic goals are somehow always met by the show's top-notch real estate agents. 

But fans have accused "House Hunters International" of faking the purchase process. HGTV addressed some of these concerns in a statement shared with Entertainment Weekly, back in 2012. "We're making a television show, so we manage certain production and time constraints, while honoring the home buying process," it read. "To maximize production time, we seek out families who are pretty far along in the process." 

Former participants have come forward about exactly what was altered for production purposes but, as one Twitter user acknowledged: "I don't even care if house hunters/house hunters international are fake." The aspirational element, as Sags will attest, is all part of the fun. 

Sagittarius is always in the mood for drama

Unflinchingly honest, and occasionally blunt, Sagittarius won't tolerate a false narrative, per Cosmopolitan. But they do appreciate drama and, therefore, are more likely to enjoy even the most ridiculous reality television premises. There's plenty of evidence to suggest the hugely entertaining "House Hunters International" is staged, including families borrowing friends' homes to give the real estate agents more options to show on camera (via Slate). 

Elizabeth Newport, a former participant in both "House Hunters International" and the original "House Hunters," confirmed in an article for Slate that she and her husband were already residing in both houses they ultimately "chose." The couple agreed to participate simply because, as Newport put it, they "can't resist doing interesting things." Likewise, she noted, "We loved getting a little peek at the world of entertainment. Plus, we walked away with a video snapshot of this one moment of our lives."

This homeowner's perspective feels exactly like how a Sag would explain their playful choices and takeaways from their adventures (via Allure). So, maybe the archer should consider watching and appearing on "House Hunters International" to get a little taste of adventure without choosing to live abroad permanently. After all, Newport and her family shot their 2016 episode in Delft, in the Netherlands, and the next in 2018 after they moved back to the U.S. 

Sagittarians can definitely relate to harboring dreams of moving overseas, but they also appreciate having the freedom to change their minds.