New Competition Series 'Four Houses' Premieres July 2 on TLC

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June 6th, 2012

via press release:

IT’S GAME ON THIS SUMMER WITH TLC’S NEW SERIES FOUR HOUSES

 

--New competition series premieres July 2 at 10 PM ET/PT on TLC--

 

 

(Los Angeles, CA)  TLC jumps back in the property game with FOUR HOUSES premiering on Monday, July 2 at 10 PM ET/PT.  From the producers of the hit TLC show Four Weddings, this new competition series follows four proud homeowners who are invited to preview, critique and score each other’s homes for the chance to win $10,000 and an opportunity to be featured in Better Homes and Gardens magazine.

 

Each one hour episode features design-obsessed homeowners as they vie to impress the other three contestants with their unique decor and personal style. The contestants will have the chance to snoop around each home and give their frank – and often harsh – opinions before awarding the home an overall impression score out of ten and ranking it for originality, style and livability.  The homeowner with the highest total score takes home the $10,000 grand prize, an opportunity to be featured in Better Homes and Gardens magazine—and of course, bragging rights.

 

From contemporary and shabby chic to traditional and funky, each episode of FOUR HOUSES peeks through the keyhole of homes that are as weird and wonderful as their occupants.  The premiere episode heads to New Jersey, where stay-at-home Mom Jen puts her classic Princeton manor up against real estate professional Bruce’s cliffside home, along with Polish artist Mishka’s European lodge and local artist Ricky’s provocative, quirky mansion in the woods.  Each of these homeowners is convinced their home is the best, but only one house will come up on top.  May the best house win!

 

FOUR HOUSES is produced by ITV Studios America for TLC.  Executive producer for ITV is Mitchell Rosenbaum.

 
  • Neil Ablitt

    http://www.ablitthouse.com

    Interesting and unique house in Santa Barbara, CA.
    A work of art on a 20 x 20 ft lot – 53 ft high.
    800,000 lbs of concrete and 4.25 miles of rebar.
    10,000 tiles and 108 foot winding walnut hand rail.
    More.

  • Ann Bainbrigde

    Half way through the show there was no volume. Liked the show, but would have like to hear what they were saying. disappointing

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