Living Lahaina is an American reality television series on MTV. The series, filmed over a three-month period on location in Lahaina, focused on a group of twenty-something surf instructors and their father-figure-boss at the Royal Hawaiian Surf Academy. Living Lahaina also followed cast members throughout travels to Indonesia, California, and Kauai. Living Lahaina premiered on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 10:30 p.m. on MTV and was scheduled to run for eight episodes. However, only 3 episodes were shown on MTV. Following the style of MTV's Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, The Hills, and Maui Fever, Living Lahaina was shot in the format of a scripted television show. Cast members did not speak directly to the camera. Instead, the show made use of a Dukes of Hazzard style voice-over narrative periodically throughout each episode, to give background or sum up storylines.
Real estate brokers at the Hawaii Life realty firm turn their clients' island-living fantasies into a reality. From the ultra-affordable to the totally outrageous, they find properties to suit any lifestyle.
On the island of Kauai there is only one large animal vet who is also trained to work on endangered species and he is Dr. Scott Sims. Teamed up with his assistants Dia and Ella, Dr. Scott traverses the islands of Hawaii in his plane as he is called to save animals both great and small.
It's one thing to be young and beautiful in Laguna Beach. It's another to be young and beautiful in the city that values it most. The Hills follows Lauren ("LC" from Laguna Beach) as she makes the move from her O.C. digs to Los Angeles.