The legendary ‘90s and ‘00s home-DIY series will return for a second series later this year after a successful reboot last year on Channel 4.
Changing Rooms sees two sets of homeowners from the same neighbourhood work against the clock to renovate a room in each other’s houses. They’ll work with the designers to bring the new looks to life in the chosen rooms, with the designers’ bold and opposing styles ensuring each transformation will be spectacular, innovative and unexpected.
A source told The Sun: "Channel 4 are convinced it just needs to find a new audience in addition to those who might tune in just out of nostalgia. They always faced something of a challenge given Carol wasn’t on the show, and there was also a new line-up of interior designers and craftsmen on the reboot...
"Plus, there are so many other shows that have a similar format, and it had to compete with them. But the producers are determined to make it work, with filming set to start shortly and the second season airing later this year."
Series One of Changing Rooms is available to stream on All4. Filming on the second series begins shortly.