Trading Spaces Returning to TLC

This week on TLC there has been good news for fans of the show Trading Spaces. The show which aired from 2000 to 2008 on TLC channel is said to make a return in the 2018 season. Everything old is new again for Discovery and TLC channels, with the channel reviving the popular reality home renovation show for a 2018 debut. Discovery previously announced that it was also bringing back the Cash Cab reality show. The announcement was made at the Discovery Communications Upfront presentation.

TLC channel is back into home and property with Nate & Jeremiah By Design, the show helping distressed homeowners turn their disasters into dream homes. " The channel is said to be thrilled to expand in this space and bringing back Trading Spaces, which is the series that put property on the map. Trading Spaces was one of TLC’s most successful and iconic series. The reboot will premiere some time in 2018, but TLC did not offer any further details of exactly when. It’s unclear whether the new version of the show will offer the same level of creativity, but it will be worth seeing.

The Trading Spaces show ran from 2000 to 2008 on TLC The first season was hosted by Alex McLeod with Paige Davis taking over the show in 2001 for the second season. The premise of the show has to do with neighbors, and with the help of interior designers neighbors would help redesign a room in each other's house. The initial budget for the show was $1,000 and two days time. The homeowners had no control over what was being done to their rooms which would sometimes cause a bit of anxiety until the reveal when everyone was happy. The series helped make Genevieve Gorder, Carter Osterhouse, Vern Yip, Carter and Ty Pennington household names and spawned several show spinoffs. The show is credited with kick-starting the home design trend that happened in America.

People are wondering if Davis will return to the series?. And for now, that remains to be seen. In a statement to E! News, Davis said that all she knows is that fans of the show are constantly bringing up to her how much they miss the show, so with TLC bringing back the show, there are sure to be a lot of happy viewers out there. Davis left the show in 2005, and the series was host-free, but she returned to the show to host in 2008. She also hosted a series on OWN called Home Made Simple in 2011 and had appeared in numerous stage productions to include Beauty and the Beast, Boeing Boeing, Chicago, and Sweet Charity. Revival shows seem to be all the rage these days, both in reality and scripted television shows. Cash Cab is another of the shows returning to Discovery, and a new version of the MythBusters show will be on the Science Channel. Netflix also just recently brought back the Gilmore Girls with Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Fox is bringing back Prison Break after the successful revival of The X-Files.

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