HGTV‘s Rock the Block will be back for a fifth season. The Warner Bros. Discovery channel has renewed the flagship home reno show, which, for the first time, will feature four returning teams seeking a rematch in an effort to add the most value to Florida waterfront homes.
Hosted by Ty Pennington (Battle on the Beach), the four duos return, “seeking an epic renovation showdown to settle old scores and achieve victory — winning bragging rights and a street named in their honor,” according to HGTV. The new 7-episode season is slated to premiere in March 2024.
Competitors will include renovation aces Bryan and Sarah Baeumler (Battle on the Beach); home renovation visionaries and partners Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas (Bargain Block); twin sisters and real estate and design experts Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis (Unsellable Houses); and billion-dollar real estate broker and house-flipping expert Page Turner and contractor Mitch Glew (Fix My Flip). Each team will have six weeks and a budget of $250,000 to renovate attached waterfront homes, each featuring a pool and boat dock, transforming them into luxurious homes that reflect their signature vision and stunning design style.
“The competition format is incredibly popular with our viewers, with the previous run of Rock the Block delivering HGTV’s highest-rated title in the first quarter of 2023 among two coveted demos, Adults 25-54 and Women 25-54,” said Loren Ruch, Head of Content, HGTV. “This season’s four expert teams know what it takes to compete on the block, so we’ll keep them on their toes and crank up the intensity with unexpected new challenges. Our stars are ready for a rematch and won’t hold back to win it all.”
The homes are being built by Blake Building in Treasure Island, Florida.
Rock the Block is produced by Big Table Media.