House Rules returns with renovation of Fil and Joe house in Melbourne

House Rules returns with renovation of Fil and Joe house in Melbourne
House Rules returns with renovation of Fil and Joe house in Melbourne

The latest renovation series House Rules debuted last night with a 718,000 metro audience, finishing the night in 10th most watch show.

The new season of House Rules has a lot of heart, says host Johanna Griggs.

The fourth series of the reality renovation show features five sets of parents hoping to secure a better future for their children to wipe their mortgage. 

Each week, the six teams must renovate the interiors of each other's homes.

The home owners aren't allowed to work on their own properties, and instead must leave their set of house design rules for their competitors to carry out.

With little to no previous renovation or interior design experience, the House Rules teams have a steep learning curve, she said. 

House Rules on Channel 7 continues tonight with first up the renovation of the house of Fil and Joe from Melbourne, with their five design rules below.

The finale of Nine’s controversial dating show Married at First Sight was watched by 1.048 million metro viewers, airing from 7:30pm to 9:30pm, up on its season launch which drew 771,000 metro viewers, but down on last year’s finale, which attracted 1.290m metro viewers.

The season-ender is the only episode during season two which broke the 1m audience mark, mumbrella reported.

 

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House Rules returns with renovation of Fil and Joe house in Melbourne

 
 

 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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