TLC is ready for some spring cleaning. Today, the network announced season 10 of Trading Spaces will debut in March.
The popular home makeover series returned last year after 10 years off the air. The revival features original host Paige Davis as well as carpenter Ty Pennington and designers Vern Yip, Laurie Smith, Doug Wilson, Frank Bielec, and Hildi Santo Tomas.
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Following up on the much-anticipated relaunch after a ten-year hiatus, TLC’s hit home makeover series “Trading Spaces” will return for its tenth season on Saturday, March 16th at 8:00p.m. ET/PT. Hosted by Paige Davis, this season includes 12 episodes filmed across the country, where the designers tackle new challenges as varied as teachers’ lounges, twin sisters’ homes, attics, basements and even homes of ex-spouses, among others.
“Viewers were breathless with anticipation of the long-awaited return of TRADING SPACES last year and we are equally excited to bring the fun, banter and unexpected transformations back into everyone’s living room this spring,” said Howard Lee, President and General Manager of TLC. “This season, fans can look forward to seeing accessible design transformations and the unexpected reveals that make our show such a blast to watch.”
Giving eager home owners the opportunity to hand over their keys and entrust their neighbors and designers to re-imagine a room for them, there is never a shortage of fun, anticipation, hijinks and of course nerves that paint each episode differently. TRADING SPACES designers and carpenters appearing this season are: Brett Tutor, Carter Oosterhouse, Doug Wilson, Frank Bielec, Hildi Santo Tomas, Joanie Sprague, John Gidding, Kahi Lee, Laurie Smith, Mikel Welch, Sabrina Soto, Ty Pennington and Vern Yip.
TRADING SPACES was the first home makeover series of its kind and launched a generation of shows to follow in the television home design genre. Two sets of neighbor’s trade rooms for two days and, with the help of a designer and carpenter, makeover a room with a budget of $2000.
Join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #TradingSpaces, ‘Like’ the Trading Spaces Facebook page, and watch more video on TLC.com/TradingSpaces.
Trading Spaces is produced by Authentic Entertainment, a subsidiary of Endemol Shine North America.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of Trading Spaces? Will you watch the new episodes?