Four new All-Star teams are ready to compete in a new season HGTV‘s hit show “Rock the Block”. In a press release, the network said the “smash hit” will return for a fourth season, which will debut in March 2023 with “bigger houses and bigger budgets.” Here’s everything you need to know about the new season as the teams begin filming…
Ty Pennington will again oversee 4 All-Star teams
Longtime Home Improvement star Ty Pennington will return to host the competition as four new couples of HGTV designers and renovation experts compete to show off and get a street named in their honor. The star teams for the new season are:
- The married design and construction team Bryan and Sarah Baeumler from “Renovation Island”
- Design experts Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle of Luxe for Less, a new show set to debut in 2023
- Jonathan Knight of New Kids on the Block and designer Kristina Crestin of Farmhouse Fixer
- House-flipping expert Page Turner and contractor Mitch Glew from Fix My Flip
September 2022, local officials spilled the beans that a new season of “Rock the Block” would be filmed in Colorado’s Larimer County, but it is now known exactly where production is taking place. The four teams will work with the construction company Landmark Homes on new house constructions in the rustic small town Berthoud, Colorado, which is halfway between Denver and Fort Collins and has fewer than 9,000 residents.
They each have six weeks and a budget of $250,000 — up $25,000 from last season — to renovate identical properties and turn them into luxury homes. Other HGTV stars will be judging the rooms, but those names have not yet been released.
Betsy Ayala, senior vice president of programming and development at HGTV, said in a statement: “Everything about this season is bigger and bolder – including the homes and the scenery. Our stars will take on some of their biggest design challenges yet, and they plan to hold nothing to win everything.”
Teams have just met and are in celebration mode
The celebrity teams have shared their excitement on social media as production kicks off the new season.
According to an October 3, 2022, Knight Instagram post, the teams have just met and are ready to go. He wrote, “We had the best time today to meet our competitors and start putting the finishing touches on our home.”
Knight also shared a video of a special delivery: a beautiful bouquet of flowers in a vase that looks like a blue pickup truck, sent by his husband, Harley Rodriguez. The attached note reads: “So happy that you both can share this amazing experience together! Reclaim first place now! Love, Harley”
Turner shared several celebratory posts on her Instagram stories, including a photo of Bergen captioned “My new happy place” with a red heart emoji.
The first three seasons of “Rock the Block” are available to stream on Discovery+. On HGTV’s Instagram post about the show’s renewal, Married to Real Estate co-host Mike Jackson, who won season 3 of Rock the Block with his wife Egypt Sherrod, wrote: “Looks like another great season !“
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