Nine will air a 90 minute special of Domestic Blitz on Monday November 10th at 7:30pm. It will feature Tourette’s patient Bianca Saez whose family home on the Sunshine Coast gets a renovation from the Nine team.
The show has been one of Nine’s more popular new programmes attracting figures of over 1.4m on Sunday evenings.
The special means episodes of Two and a Half Men and Til Death will not air, while CSI and Cold Case are pushed back by half an hour each to 9:00pm and 10:00pm. True CSI: Cold Blood is set for 11pm.
Now we wait to see if City Homicide wants to re-think its Monday repeat episodes….
The story of Tourette’s patient Bianca Saez touched the hearts of Australians. Bianca endured uncontrollable tics which made her punch, kick, swear and convulse uncontrollably. A radical new brain surgery gave Bianca a chance at a normal life, but the family home still resembled a bomb site, thanks to Bianca’s Tourette’s-induced rages. The local community on the Sunshine Coast banded together with the Domestic Blitz team to give the Saez family a new home. This is by far the biggest renovation project ever undertaken for Australian television and the result is a spectacular new home, giving the Saez family a well deserved new start in life.