Homes Under The Hammer has been on TV since 2003 (Picture: BBC Picture Archives)
Homes Under The Hammer has been a BBC daytime staple since 2003, giving us a perfect mix of house tours and drama.
In the BBC series, presenters Dion Dublin, Martel Maxwell and Martin Roberts take viewers around the country to see properties get auctioned off – with buyers either majorly transforming them or turning them into lucrative investment opportunities.
Bosses announced huge changes at the beginning of the year, bringing in two new hosts – Jacqui Joseph and Tommy Walsh – to mix things up.
But is the show still being made, and are there going to be new episodes?
Is Homes Under The Hammer still being made and will there be new episodes?
Homes Under The Hammer is still being made, and it’s expected that new episodes will be released in 2021.
Around 80 episodes have been filmed for the 2020/ 2021 series, with unseen instalments set to air on BBC One later this year.
The show regularly reaches a viewership of around 1.5 million people, and there’s been over a thousand episodes since the show began.
If you’re hoping to head to the Homes Under The Hammer auctions, it’s quite the challenge.
It’s not often that the BBC show’s presence is listed in advance – so your best bet is to go to auctions regularly (just be careful not to purchase a house by accident).
Fans are excited about the appointment of DIY expert Jacqui Joseph to the show, who will feature on the newly-released episodes.
Jacqui Joseph has joined the team (Picture: Twitter/@jacquijdesigns)
The newcomer is a huge name in the property world, and even owns her own homeware label, Jacqui Joseph Designs.
As well as this, she has worked on a host of different daytime shows, including This Morning, Lorraine, GMTV and Daybreak.
She was previously the producer and presenter on the 15-part makeover series, Room 2 B You on Discovery Home, and shared how-to guides on UKTV, giving viewers clever storage ideas and showing them how to refresh things in their own homes.
Homes Under The Hammer airs on weekday mornings, at 10am, on BBC One.
Credit: Original article published here.