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House Rules: High Stakes will see eight new teams prove their worth in the toughest House Rules challenge ever – the transformation of a penthouse towering 32 stories above the sunny beaches of Queensland’s Gold Coast.
The new season is set to air in April, and while no exact release date has been given yet, last year’s run premiered towards the end of the month, so it’s looking likely that the current season will follow the same format.
Family always comes first for Tanya & Dave. #HouseRules: High Stakes, this April on @channel7
A seven statement declared that the 2020 season will be hosted by “the iconic internationally awarded designer and former House Rules judge, Jamie Durie.”
Jamie will be joined by a co-host, acclaimed Seven sport’s television presenter Abbey Way. This year, teams will have to earn their spot as they attempt to impress two brand-new judges with their own sky-high expectations if they are to score their own dream home.
Joining superstar judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen will be interior designer and home stylist Kyly Clarke and prolific Aussie home builder Saul Myers.