The Outdoor Room
|The Outdoor Room|
|Presented by||Jamie Durie|
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10|
|Executive producer(s)||Michael Hauser|
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Original channel||Seven Network|
|Original run||August 31 – 30 November 2008|
In January 2009, it was announced that The Outdoor Room has got the axe and would not return due to budgetary constraints to produce each episode. Durie is currently filming an American version of the show.
Similar to Durie's previous show Backyard Blitz, The Outdoor Room was a backyard improvement show that saw Durie design a new backyard for a worthy family. The series followed Durie as he travelled to various countries around the world to seek inspiration and gain new ideas before coming home to start work on the design with his team.
HGTV picked up the series with Jamie Durie. Produced by Scout Productions, Emmy Award winning producers of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Running 4 seasons, 52 episodes, the series was produced by show runner, Michael Hauser.
Along with reuniting with former Backyard Blitz horticulturist Jody Rigby, each week Durie was also joined by a prominent Australian chef who serves up a dish from each episode's country of inspiration.
|1^||Italy||31 August 2008||1,291,000|
|2||United Kingdom||7 September 2008||1,356,000|
|3||Africa||14 September 2008||1,187,000|
|4^||India||21 September 2008||920,000|
|5||Bali||28 September 2008||1,047,000|
|6||Japan||26 October 2008||985,000|
|7||France||2 November 2008||1,005,000|
|8||Egypt||9 November 2008||1,028,000|
|9||Thailand||16 November 2008||963,000|
|10||Mexico||30 November 2008||912,000|
^ Ratings are based on the average of the total ratings for Australian mainland capital cities.
^ This episode was a one hour series premiere.
^ This episode aired half an hour later at 7pm due to a Seven News special in its regular timeslot.
- Knox, David (22 January 2009). "Axed: The Outdoor Room". tvtonight.com.au. Retrieved 22 January 2009.
- Byrnes, Holly (25 June 2009). "Jamie Durie dishes back the dirt to New Idea over Oprah". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 25 June 2009.
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