The commission comes as a result of the broadcasters' diverse led Indie Initiative.
The series sees the actress become a house guest at upmarket homes around the UK, looking around the five-star residences and getting a taste of the owners' luxury lifestyles.
Controller of Channel 5, Ben Frow, said: "This is an important initiative and we’re delighted that it’s continuing to enable talented diverse-led indies to flourish in Channel 5’s primetime. Curating a varied supply chain that incorporates UK indies of all sizes, backgrounds and geographies is absolutely crucial if we’re to keep reflecting the audiences we serve at Channel 5."
Simone Pennant, founder & director for The TV Collective, added: "With Channel 5’s belief and commitment, these producers have demonstrated how to diversify a broadcaster’s supply chain, with mainstream content from black and Asian run production companies. As other broadcasters start to follow suit my hope is that they will match Ben Frow’s level of decisiveness, commitment and trust to create outstanding results for their audiences."