Seven will produce the third season for the Pay TV provider, with the full cast including Marta Dusseldorp and Noni Hazlehurst.
It is the first time an axed Free to Air drama has been revived by Subscription TV.
Foxtel’s Executive Director of Television, Brian Walsh, said he was alerted to the passionate audience when his sister called him, angry about the Seven axing.
“One day I decided to call Seven’s programming boss Angus Ross and we talked about the show a bit more and then I went off to JB Hi-Fi and bought season one on DVD and I watched half of it and thought, ‘This show is just fantastic’. It was TV melodrama at its finest,” he told News Corp.
“That triggered a whole investigation as to the popularity of the show and my sister was right, there were all these protest groups and Facebook pages and I decided there had to be a way to bring it back.”
The axing of the show triggered an angry fan backlash, including petitions and a Save A Place to Call Home website. But their passion for the Bevan Lee melodrama has paid off.
This week Foxtel officially announces its 2015 programming highlights.
News of the show’s revival was first revealed by Fairfax earlier this month.