'Rock the Block' Season 2 Returns Very Soon — All You Need to Know about It
Celebrations are in order for avid "Rock The Block" fans and viewers as HGTV recently confirmed that the home renovation series had been renewed for a second season. Here are all the juicy details!
HGTV has announced that it officially renewed its hit home makeover series "Rock The Block," and they certainly have plenty in store for viewers.
Things are already looking as fierce and as promising as can be. HGTV most definitely did not come to play! Season One stole the hearts of millions of viewers so much so that this coming season is sure to be a blast.
The teams are stacked, the judges have been selected, and of course, the stage is set. Here is what you need to know about the much anticipated second season of "Rock The Block."
THIS SEASON WILL BE DIFFERENT
On October 21, 2019, HGTV unveiled its exciting home makeover series "Rock The Block." The renovation stars were set against each other as they raced against time to renovate and add value to similar properties in Los Angeles for a cash prize.
Roth competed against other renovation wizzes Mina Starsiak Hawk, Alison Victoria, and Leanne Ford. Starsiak Hawk came in second place, much to the chagrin of her fans who were rooting for her.
For the much-anticipated season 2, the showdown is no longer an all-woman gig. The teams will reportedly be composed of HGTV's most prominent design stars, both male and female.
HGTV has not yet revealed where exactly it will all be going down.
Apart from the team composition, the renovation budget has also been changed. Last season, contestants were given a budget of $175,000, but this year, they will be getting a whopping $225,000 to renovate to their hearts' content and to their viewers' delight.
WHEN WILL SEASON TWO COME?
"Rock The Block" season two is said to be slated for a premiere on March 8 at 9.p. ET/PT on HGTV. It will also be available for streaming on discovery+ on the premiere day.
WHO IS IN IT?
This year, quite a lot of things have been revamped. While season one saw an "every woman for herself" approach, this second chapter will see eight competitors in two-person teams.
The contesting duos on the season's cast are: Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent from "Nate and Jeremiah: Save My House." Mike Holmes from "Holmes on Homes" and Alison Victoria from "Windy City Rehab."
Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt from "100 Day Dream Home." Tiffany Brooks from the upcoming series "50K Three Ways" and "My Lottery Dream Home's" David Bromstad.
WHO IS THE HOST?
Last season, viewers saw real estate expert Drew Scott from "Property Brothers" host the show. This year, Ty Pennington, the host of HGTV's "Ty Breaker" and former host of "Extreme Makeover," will grace screens as host.
Linda Phan and Drew Scott at the Coach Woodson Las Vegas Invitational red carpet on July 8, 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
WHO ARE THE SEASON'S JUDGES?
HGTV revealed that this season would have a rotating panel of judges consisting of 11 highly respectable renovation and design powerhouses.
They are: Home flipping great and "Flip or Flop's" Tarek El Moussa will be on kitchen space judging duty with "Selling Sunset's" Heather Rae Young.
For judging the living room and foyer transformations, "Flip or Flop Nashville" host Page Turner will be on the watch for the best of the best.
Joining the "Rock The Block" cast as the judges for the main bedroom suites are "Flipping Virgins" couple, host Egypt Sherrod and her husband, Mike Jackson.
For judging the contesting designers on their work on the outdoor spaces, HGTV newcomers landscape designer Mike Pyle and interior designer Carmine Sabatella will be peeling their eyes for the best.
Ken and Anita Corsini from "Flip or Flop" are also reportedly set to join season One's winner, Roth, in a final home walk-through. Then, they will choose the team that goes home as the winning duo.
WHERE WILL IT GO DOWN?
While the list of stars of the impending competition shows that the season will be an interesting one, HGTV has not yet revealed where exactly it will all be going down.
For now, most are excited as fans of "Rock The Block" countdown and await its return. HGTV has promised to make it worth the wait and then some!