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Will Changing Rooms return for a new series in 2022?

CHANGING Rooms made a triumphant return to TV in 2021 after 17 years off the air.

The decorating show thrilled viewers by sticking to the original format - and now fans want to know if the show will be back for another series.

Will Changing Rooms return for a new series in 2022?

Changing Rooms returned for a rebooted series in August 2021, and it went down well with viewers.

Good news, Channel 4 have revealed the show will be back for a new series from August 10, 2022 at 8pm.

Each episode follows two different homeowners as they remodel each other's houses - and they can do anything they feel like, taking complete creative control over the renovation.

Predictably, this lead to some awkward and tense moments during the series, with some participants not quite able to appreciate the makeovers their homes received.

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Changing Room is heading back to Channel 4 for another seriesCredit: Channel 4

Who hosts Channel 4's Changing Rooms?

Laurence Llewellyn-Bowen, who first appeared on the show all the way back in 1996, returns to front the show.

He is alone this time after Anna Richardson left the series.

Husband design due Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead are also back for the new series.

The couple run 2LG Studio, an interior design studio well known for quirky designs and bright colours.

They are joined by plus two new interior designers - Micaela Sharp and Whinnie Williams.

Carpenter and joiner Tibby Singh is also back to help bring the designers’ visions to life.

In 2021 fans were disappointed that 'Handy Andy', the cockney builder who made a name for himself on the show's original run didn't return.

Caroline Smillie, who presented the show from 1996 to 2003, was also a no show.

How can I watch Changing Rooms?

The show will air every Wednesday at 8pm on Channel 4 from August 10, 2022.

But if you missed any episodes, you can watch the rebooted series NOW on All 4 now.

The show originally ran from 1996 to 2004 on BBC One.

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