House Rules is back on this Monday and there’s a Gold Coast high-rise involved – wait, is this The Block?
Will social isolation compel me to watch this season, even with Jamie Durie as host?
Probably not, given MasterChef returns a week later, on Easter Monday. Oh well, maybe next year …
The final garden reveal is the most spectacular yet, and when the scores are tallied the grand final teams will be revealed.
Umm, it’s still going, right?
It’s a double whammy judgement day as our homeowners and judges return for the teams’ second garden reveal. With a place in the grand final on the line, who will top the leaderboard?
It’s a double whammy judgement day as our homeowners and judges return for the teams’ first garden reveal. With a place in the grand final on the line, who will top the leaderboard?
Sunday: An emotional reveal that will change Graeme and Mary’s life forever after a devastating house fire. After judges score this incredible renovation, one team will be eliminated from the competition.
Monday: The remaining four teams will tackle exterior renovations. With a place in the grand final up for grabs, teams face their toughest challenge yet.
Tuesday: The semifinals are off to a dramatic start when one contestant has a medical emergency and needs an ambulance
Time to see what the judges think of Katie and Alex’s house.
It’s judging time, then on Tuesday, Katie and Alex hand over the keys to their rustic cottage in the NSW Southern Tablelands. Built in the 1800s, their piece of paradise is tight on storage and crumbling down around them.
Honestly, I haven’t been watching any HR, whereas I used to at least fast forward through the room reveals. Should I be? Would Jamie irk me?
Tomorrow: Victorian brothers Tim and Mat see their renovated 1950s weatherboard cottage for the first time. Have the teams nailed the chippies’ house rules.
Tuesday: Sunshine Coast couple Shayn and Carly hand over the keys to their tiny double brick home. (Windsong – is this the one in your area?)
House Rules is beating MasterChef in the ratings some nights and they tend to swap spots as the week progresses, but both are being trounced by Lego Masters – due I guess to its cross-generational appeal. And the Hamish Blake-hosted Lego show has helped boost sales of the classic toy.
Read more here at the SMH.