NAVARRE — "House Hunters," a popular HGTV show, will feature a Navarre couple tonight and Friday.

Air Force Lt. Col. Jeff Newcamp, along with his wife Elizabeth Newcamp and their three young boys ages 7, 5 and 2, will have their second experience on "House Hunters." The show will air 7:30 p.m. today and 2:30 p.m. Friday.

The Newcamps were first featured on "House Hunters International" three years ago while moving to the Netherlands with the Air Force. The couple applied again for the U.S. version of the TV show after being stationed at Hurlburt Field in November.

"We had a really fun time doing it the first time," Elizabeth said. "You get a snapshot of your life filmed by professional crews. I think for us the fun of it was being a part of the entertainment business, but I would never want to do it full time after going through the process."

Elizabeth dished all the "House Hunters" secrets Thursday. She said the couple already had purchased their home after looking at more than 40 houses with friend and real estate agent Jennifer Cook, who is also featured on the show. The family had to wait to furnish their home until the film crews could come to Navarre to film them pretending to see the house for the first time.

"House Hunters" selected two homes the Newcamps hadn't yet seen to also view for the show.

"I think the cool thing is that there is a really cool mix of being TV fake, but also focusing on some real things," Elizabeth said. "They ask you in the interviews where we don't see eye-to-eye in house hunting. My husband is very very picky about things. He wanted to find a perfect house because we really liked our home and life in the Netherlands. We were able to take that and ham it up for TV." 

Filming took five full days, Elizabeth said. The family was paid $500 for the episode and received free child care and lunch for each of the days.

After looking in Fort Walton Beach and Niceville, the Newcamps selected a home in Heritage Park in Navarre.

"They really liked the neighborhood and felt the house had a really wonderful backyard," Cook said. "It had the right spaces for their family."