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Channel 4 have confirmed that Changing Rooms will not be returning for a third series, following an exclusive report by The Sun newspaper.

Changing Rooms sees two sets of homeowners from the same neighbourhood work against the clock to renovate a room in each other’s houses. The first Channel 4 series was presented by Anna Richardson, before Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen became both presenter and designer for Series 2.

The homeowners 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 Channel 4 spokesperson said: "Laurence will be back later this year in Outrageous Homes with Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, so he won’t be off our screens for long. We are extremely proud of our reboot of Changing Rooms and would like to thank everyone involved with the series."

A source also told The Sun: "Changing Rooms has been axed by Channel 4 and won’t be back for a third series. It is a blow for everyone who worked on the reboot. A lot of passion went into making the first two series but it wasn’t to be...

"The ratings were mediocre and while the show was fun and upbeat, it didn’t seem to capture the public in the way it used to. Everyone on Changing Rooms is really proud of what they produced and naturally, not all reboots will work."

Previous episodes of Changing Rooms are available to stream on All4.


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