Dream Home: new promo

Six duos will renovate tired suburban family homes in Seven's upcoming renovation series.

Seven has released a new promo for Dream Home, hosted by Dr Chris Brown.

The show looks set to succeed Farmer Wants a Wife (to be confirmed) which would strategically place it before The Block, expected to roll on Nine after the Olympics.

The show sees six duos renovate tired suburban family homes in each state, with the top three couples having the opportunity to have their backyards made over.

The winning couple will not only receive their very own Dream Home plus a life-changing cash prize of $100,000.

Judging are stylist Lana Taylor, interior designer Rosie Morley, and buyer’s agent Simon Cohen.

Produced by Endemol Shine Australia, an airdate is yet to be announced.

8 Responses

  1. I tend to think the success or failure of these sorts of shows hinge more on casting than calibre of renovation. If the characters in the story can make audiences feel and not bore them, then the show will succeed. All we have to go by is the promos but the back stories teased in them do sound appealing. And it’s clear Seven are trying to tap into rising costs of living and negative consumer sentiment to create a connection between the characters on the show and the audience. Those ratings will be interesting after the premiere but if Seven can slot it in after the 6pm Sunday news and strip it for a few weeks against The New Summit, they will have given it the best chance of success.

  2. I tend to agree. This seems to be House Rules: Remastered tbh. I mean i enjoyed House Rules when it was on so will definitely tune in to see what its all about but yeah seems like the same thing with a different name.

  3. Isn’t this basically just house rules with a new name? Is there any major differences? From the promo it just looks the same concept

      1. Never should’ve had Joh Griggs leave House Rules, it resurged in (I think 2017) to be No. 1 Q2 show even ahead of MasterChef on a national basis I recall, even Griggs was publicising this daily on her now defunct Twitter. That final season with Jamie Durie and Abbey Gelmi (poor Gelmi – from highs of Tokyo 2020 to lows of this and “Ultimate Tag” LOL – at least now secure on Seven News Melbourne weekend sport reading) was just terrible, the flashy promo with the helicopter over the Gold Coast rooftop tower!?

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