FYI readies “My City’s Just Not That Into Me”

U.S. net FYI will investigate the plight of priced-out homeowners in its forthcoming series My City's Just Not That Into Me. (Pictured: host Courtney Poulos)
February 6, 2015

U.S. net FYI will investigate the plight of priced-out homeowners in its forthcoming series My City’s Just Not That Into Me.

Set to debut on March 4 at 10 p.m. EST/PST, the 10 x 30-minute series focuses on urban dwellers who love the cities they live in but can’t afford to stay. The show is hosted by LA-based real estate expert Courtney Poulos (pictured), who sets out to help homeowners with their issues and prepare them for a potential move elsewhere.

Each episode of the series is to feature a different family, couple or group of friends that is considering a move, and wants to know how far their money can go in two other cities.

My City’s Just Not That Into Me - produced by Violet Media –  also boasts a partnership between A+E’s FYI and real estate-focused website Alongside the series’ run on FYI, editorial content will be featured on the website, providing additional information on the properties and neighborhoods featured in each episode.

Exec producing for Violet Media is Melissa Cutlip while Jessica Bertulis is serving as co-executive producer. Gena McCarthy and Toby Faulkner are exec producing for FYI.

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