The popular @ZillowGoneWild Instagram account has spawned a new HGTV show. 

In April, the cable network announced the launch of its new real estate show, Zillow Gone Wild starring Jack McBrayer. HGTV’s newest series, which premiered on May 3, showcases a variety of standout homes, celebrating some of the wildest for-sale properties in Zillow history. 

Zillow Gone Wild

McBrayer, who is best known for his Emmy-nominated role as Kenneth Parcell in 30 Rock, invites viewers to tour some of the wildest homes that have recently spent time on the American housing market. He shares each home’s history while meeting and learning more about the buyers and sellers who call these “wonderfully quirky” properties home. 

Viewers get a sneak peek into each homeowner’s “distinctive decor and imaginative architecture.” The show also highlights creative ways to market unique properties, using a home’s history and fascinating buyer and seller backstories. 

Each home will be ranked on attributes including—

  • Creativity
  • Commitment to the theme
  • Unique qualities

The show will run nine weekly episodes, and during the season finale, one home will be named the “wildest” of them all. 

Bonus: Correctly guess which home will be crowned the “Wildest House” by HGTV, and you can enter for a chance to win $25,000! Tune in for the penultimate episode on June 21 when the eight finalists will be revealed, and cast your vote in the “Wild and Win Contest.”

Enjoy a few clips from the show

Check out the Instagram for @ZillowGoneWild to enjoy some clips of the show. The six embedded below are a great place to start. 

#1: Zombie-proof man cave

If you don’t mind a place with zero curb appeal, it’s pretty amazing what the owners of this missile silo have done with the underground space. 

#2: Built around boulders

The homeowner’s parents just decided to build their home around the massive boulders filling the area. Check out the result! 

#3:  Craftsman makeover

The current owners of this home took a ruined bar and transformed it with their woodworking skills, using materials from old houses. 

#4: “Sax appeal”

Yes, they said it. But it’s not what you think (probably).

#5: Underwater bathroom

The attention that went into every detail of this bathroom makes you wonder what the owners did with the rest of the house. 

#6: Chill pirate theme

The island vibe is strong with this one. One Piece fans would love it. But honestly, you don’t even need to be a fan of pirate lore (and fun piratey shows) to enjoy the aesthetic. 

Viewers can also stream episodes on Max.com the same day and time it airs on HGTV.