House Rules (Australian TV series)

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House Rules
House Rules 2018.png
Genre
Presented byJohanna Griggs
StarringCarolyn Burns-McCrave
Judges
Theme music composerRyan Tedder and Brent Kutzle (Season 1)
Opening theme
Country of originAustralia
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes175 (as of 7 May 2018)
Editor(s)
Production company(s)Seven Studios
DistributorRed Arrow International[1]
Release
Original networkSeven Network
Picture format
Audio formatStereo
Original release14 May 2013 –
present
Chronology
Related showsMy Kitchen Rules
External links
Website

House Rules is an Australian reality television series broadcast on the Seven Network. The series follows six state-based couples who renovate each other's homes to receive the highest scores with the winner to win an ultimate prize.[2]

The series is produced by the team who created the Seven reality show My Kitchen Rules and is hosted by Johanna Griggs.

Format[edit]

Teams (mostly couples) from different states must complete rounds of renovations in homes and gardens in a competition to win an ultimate prize. All homes that belong to the contestants are transformed through the show.[3]

Format Changes[edit]

In season 2, Jim Fogarty (judge of the garden rounds in season 1), did not return as Wendy Moore and Joe Snell took over the garden rounds judging. In season 5, two new judges were introduced, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Drew Heath, who both joined Wendy Moore as judges. Judge of seasons 1-4, Joe Snell, did not return. In season 7, Jamie Durie will replace Drew Heath as a new judge.

From seasons 1-4, the winners of each season would win the ultimate prize of having their mortgage paid off. In season 5, the contestants that win the season received the ultimate prize of $200,000.[4] In season 6, the prize money was decided by the first challenge, the contestants had to renovate a house which was sold at auction, the profit made from the auction, which came to be $355,000, became the prize money.[5]

From seasons 1-4, the Grand Final would be live with the winners being decided by a combination of the judges' scores and the viewers vote. In season 5, there was not a Live Grand Final, meaning the team that received highest score from the judges won the series.

Hosts and judges[edit]

Timeline of hosts, judges, and other personnel
Hosts Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Current
Johanna Griggs Host
Wendy Moore Judge
Carolyn Burn-McCrave Design Advisor
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen Judge
Jamie Durie Judge
Former
Jim Fogarty Judge
Chester Drife Build Supervisor
Joe Snell Judge
Drew Heath Judge

Series details[edit]

Season Title Episodes Originally aired Result
Season premiere Season finale Winning team Prize
1
House Rules 2013 28 14 May 2013 (2013-05-14) 1 July 2013 (2013-07-01) Carly Schulz & Leighton Brow Full Mortgage Payment
2
House Rules 2014 37 30 April 2014 (2014-04-30) 6 July 2014 (2014-07-06) Adam Dovile & Lisa Lamond
3
House Rules 2015 39 5 May 2015 (2015-05-05) 20 July 2015 (2015-07-20) Steve & Tiana Falzon
4
Crowded House Rules 35 27 April 2016 (2016-04-27) 3 July 2016 (2016-07-03) Luke & Cody Cook
5
House Rules 2017 35 30 April 2017 (2017-04-30) 9 July 2017 (2017-07-09) Aaron & Daniella Winter $200,000
6
House Rules 2018 46 7 May 2018 (2018-05-07) 30 July 2018 (2018-07-30) Toad Heffernan & Mandy Stone $355,000
7
House Rules 2019 28 April 2019 (2019-04-28) 2019 (2019)
Season Premiere date Finale date Winners Runners-up Other competing teams
(elimination order)
1 14 May 2013 1 July 2013 Carly Schulz & Leighton Brow (SA) Michelle & Steve Ball (NSW) Jane Polley & Plinio Taurian (TAS)
Amy Garrett & Sean Cornish (QLD)
Jemma Blenkinsop & Ben Van Ryt (WA)
Nick & Chris Stavropoulos (VIC)
2 30 April 2014 6 July 2014 Adam Dovile & Lisa Lamond (VIC) Carole & Russell Bramston (WA) Brooke Strong & Grant Lovekin (TAS)
Michael 'Bomber' Bamford & Mel Chatfield (SA)
Maddi Carter & Lloyd Wright (QLD)
Candy Stuart & Ryan Pusic (NSW)
3 5 May 2015 20 July 2015 Steve & Tiana Falzon
(NSW)
Ben & Danielle Edgeworth
(QLD)
Karina & Brian Day (WA)
Cassie Allan & Matt Smith (TAS)
Ryan Rebbeck & Marlee Murphy (SA)
Bronik Davies & Corrine Ziemer (VIC)
4 27 April 2016 3 July 2016 Luke & Cody Cook (QLD) Claire Lintzeris & Hagan Rice (VIC) Rose & Rob Plater (WA)
Nancy & Daniel Frilay (NSW)
Brooke & Michelle Fogden (SA)
Fil & Joe (VIC)
5 30 April 2017 9 July 2017 Aaron & Daniella Winter (QLD) Kate Whiting & James "Harry" Harris (SA) Troy Campbell & Bec Herning (NSW)
Fiona Taylor & Nicole Prince (VIC)
Sean Mackay & Ella Cuthbert (TAS)
Andrew & Jono King (WA)
6 7 May 2018 30 July 2018 Toad Heffernan & Amanda "Mandy" Stone (NSW) Mel & Dave Wilmott (QLD) Leigh & Kristie Treeby (VIC)
Kim & Michelle (NSW)
Josh & Brandon Jarius (QLD)
Jared Petrenko & Jessica Dover (SA)
Chiara & David Clarson (WA)
7 28 April 2019

Renovation Phases[edit]

Seasons 1 - 5[edit]

Phase 1: Interior Renovation[edit]

The six teams travel around the country to completely renovate each other's home. Every week, one team hands over their house to their opponents for a complete interior transformation. A set of rules from the owners are given to the teams known as the 'House rules' which need to be followed to gain high scores from the judges and the homeowner team. At the end of the interior renovations, one team is eliminated.

Phase 2: 24 Hour Fix-up[edit]

After the first six full house interior renovations, all teams head back to their own homes and must fix and redo one of the zones in 24 hours. Teams need to recreate the space/s to reflect their own style and also to impress the judges. All teams receive the same set of five rules for the challenge. Scores are added to the current totals, where the lowest scoring team overall is eliminated.

Phase 3: Gardens & Exteriors[edit]

The top 4 teams are challenged to transform the exteriors and gardens of each other's homes. Two teams are allocated to a home (that do not belong to them) and must renovate either the front or back yards, as well as improving the house exterior. They are held over two rounds, covering all houses of the current teams. After both rounds are complete, the lowest scoring team is eliminated.

Phase 4: Charity House[edit]

Starting season 2, the top 3 renovate an old charity house. Rules for this challenge are very similar to the first interior renovations, where each team must renovate an allocated zone. This was selected through a random card draw. The two highest scoring teams advance to the Grand Final as one team is eliminated.

Grand Final: Final Renovations & Australia's Vote[edit]

The final 2 teams complete one final challenge at their opponent's home, to renovate an extra room. The Australian public vote for their favourite team to win and the winner is decided by a combination of the judges score, for the final project and overall viewer votes. The team with the best result wins the season and is announced live.

Season 6-[edit]

Phase 1: Interior Renovation[edit]

The seven teams travel around the country to completely renovate each other's home. Every week, one team hands over their house to their opponents for a complete interior transformation. A set of rules from the owners are given to the teams known as the 'House rules' which need to be followed to gain high scores from the judges and the homeowner team. At the end of the interior renovations, one team is eliminated.

Phase 2: Back Yards[edit]

The remaining 6 teams are challenged to transform the exteriors and gardens of each other's homes. Two teams are allocated to a home (that do not belong to them) and must renovate either the front or back yards, as well as improving the house exterior. They are held over three rounds, covering all houses of the current teams. After all three rounds are complete, the 3 lowest scoring team is eliminated.

Phase 3: Give back round (semi final)[edit]

The three remaining teams have four days to renovate the entire house of a potential contested that had some bad luck thrown their way. The lowest scoring is eliminated. The remaining two are put through to the Grand Final.

Phase 4: Grand final (front yards)[edit]

The two remaining teams do each others front yard to be declared the winner of the competition.

Judges & Experts[edit]

Judges[edit]

At the end of each renovation, the judges review every zone in the house and score each team out of 10 for their efforts. From season 2, judges verdicts were delivered face to face in front of the contestants.

Judge Occupation Series run
Current
Wendy Moore Editor of 'Home Beautiful' magazine Season 1-
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen International Design Stylist Season 5-
Jamie Durie Landscaper Season 7
Former
Jim Fogarty Garden Judge Season 1
Joe Snell Architect/Designer Season 1-4
Drew Heath Architect Season 5 & 6

Experts[edit]

The role of the experts is to assist and guide the contestants throughout each renovation. They need to make sure the house construction and design flows and also settle any disputes between teams.

Expert Occupation Series run
Current
Carolyn
Burns-McCrave
Interior Designer Season 1-
Former
Chester Drife Build Supervisor Season 1-2

Season Synopses[edit]

Color key

Season 1 (2013)[edit]

Season 1 aired on 14 April 2013 and ended on 6 May 2013. The season was won by South Australian couple Carly Schulz and Leighton Brow and as a reward had their mortgage of $460,000 paid off.[6]

# Team Ages House Relationship Mortgage Status
1 Carly Schulz & Leighton Brow 31 & 32 Adelaide, SA Couple Two Years $460,000 Winners
2 Michelle & Steve Ball 48 Sydney, NSW Married 27 Years $629,000 Runners-Up
3 Jemma Blenkinsop & Ben Van Ryt 26 & 27 Perth, WA Just Married $545,000 Phase 3
(Gardens-Round 2)
4 Nick & Chris Stavropoulos 22 & 27 Melbourne, VIC Brothers $524,000
5 Amy Garrett & Sean Cornish 30 & 26 Brisbane, QLD Engaged $300,000 Phase 2
(24 Hour Fix-Up)
6 Jane Polley & Plinio Taurian Hobart, TAS Married with children $315,000 Phase 1
(Interior Renovation)

Season 2 (2014)[edit]

Season 2 was confirmed in 2013 and began airing on 30 April 2014. The season was won by Victorian couple Adam Dovile & Lisa Lamond and had their mortgage of $520,000 paid off.[7]

# Team Ages House Relationship Mortgage Status
1 Adam Dovile & Lisa Lamond 31 & 29 Melbourne, VIC Engaged $520,000 Winners
2 Carole & Russell Bramston 52 & 55 Perth, WA Empty Nesters $290,000 Runners-Up
3 Candy Stuart & Ryan Pusic 26 & 29 Sydney, NSW Partners $400,000 Phase 4
(Charity House)
4 Maddi Carter and Lloyd Wright 27 & 28 Townsville, QLD Soon to be married $369,000 Phase 3
(Gardens-Round 2)
5 Michael Bamford & Mel Chatfield Adelaide, SA Newly Dating $380,000 Phase 2
(24 Hour Fix-Up)
6 Brooke Strong & Grant Lovekin Huon Valley, TAS Partners, 7 kids $258,000 Phase 1
(Interior Renovation)

Season 3 (2015)[edit]

Season 3 was confirmed in 2014 and began airing on 5 May 2015.[8]

The season was won by New South Wales team Steve & Tiana Falzon and had their mortgage of $250,000 paid off.[9]

# Team Ages House Relationship Mortgage Status
1 Steve & Tiana Falzon 47 & 26 Sydney, NSW Father & Daughter $250,000 Winners
2 Ben & Danielle Edgeworth 32 & 31 Brisbane, QLD Newly Married $405,000 Runners-Up
3 Bronik Davies & Corrine Ziemer 27 & 28 Melbourne, VIC Melbourne Lovers $448,000 Phase 4
(Charity House)
4 Ryan Rebbeck & Marlee Murphy 29 & 26 Adelaide, SA Young Contenders $229,000 Phase 3
(Gardens - Round 2)
5 Cassie Allan & Matt Smith 31 Hobart, TAS Tassie Go-getters $248,000 Phase 2
(Holiday House)
6 Karina & Brian Day 42 & 44 Geraldton, WA Married with Kids $360,000 Phase 1
(Interior Renovation & 24 Hour Fix-Up)

Season 4 (2016)[edit]

Season 4 was confirmed in 2014 and was set to later in 2015,[10] but Network Seven shelved the series until 2016 due to an overload of renovation shows that had aired in 2015 and the lower than expected ratings for the third series.[11] The season titled "Crowded House rules", which involves couples with families (excluding one), began airing on 27 April 2016.[12]

The season was won by Queensland brothers Luke & Cody Cook and had their mortgage of $120,000 paid off.[13]

# Team Ages House Relationship Mortgage Status
1 Luke & Cody Cook 23 Dalby, QLD Country Twin Brothers $120,000 Winners
2 Claire Lintzeris & Hagan Rice 28 & 27 Mornington Peninsula, VIC Hairdresser & Plumber $269,000 Runners-Up
3 Fil & Joe 45 & 48 Melbourne, VIC Experienced Renovators $568,000 Phase 4
(Charity Unit Makeover)
4 Brooke & Michelle Fogden 43 & 42 Adelaide, SA Landscaper & Graphic
Designer
$426,000 Phase 3
(Gardens-Round 2)
5 Nancy & Daniel Frilay Sydney, NSW Reno Rookies $500,000 Phase 2
(24 Hour Fix-Up)
6 Rose & Rob Plater 29 & 41 Rockingham, WA Navy Parents $342,000 Phase 1
(Interior Renovation)

Season 5 (2017)[edit]

Applications for the fifth season of House Rules were open between 1 June & 30 July 2016 on the House Rules official network seven website.[14] Johanna Griggs announced the series is in pre-production and that she is returning as host for season 5.[15] Season 5 was officially confirmed in October 2016.[16] This season will introduce two new judges: international design stylist, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and award-winning Australian architect and builder, Drew Heath, who will be joining Wendy Moore. Joe Snell will not be returning.[17][18] The season began airing on 30 April 2017.[19]

The season was won by Queensland couple Aaron & Daniella Winter and received $200,000 in prize money.[20]

Team Ages House Relationship Status
1 Aaron & Daniella Winter 31 & 38 Gold Coast, QLD Gold Coast Couple Winners
2 Kate Whiting & James “Harry” Harris 29 & 32 Adelaide, SA Teacher & Chippie Runners-up
3 Andrew & Jono King 27 Mandurah, WA Geek Twins Phase 4
(Charity Unit Makeover)
4 Sean Mackay & Ella Cuthbert 24 Hobart, TAS Engaged Ambos Phase 3
(Gardens - Round 2)
5 Fiona Taylor & Nicole Prince 44 Lake Fyan, VIC Best Friends Phase 2
(24 Hour Fix-Up)
6 Troy Campbell & Bec Herning 46 & 39 Heckenberg, New South Wales Battlers Phase 1
(Interior Renovation)

Season 6 (2018)[edit]

Season 6 was confirmed in June 2017 with Applications for the sixth season of House Rules open between 3 June & 31 August 2017 on the House Rules official network seven website.[21][22] Season 6 was officially confirmed in October 2017.[23] This will be the first season to include seven teams instead of the conventional six teams like in previous seasons.[24] The season began airing on 7 May 2018. [25]

Team Ages House Relationship Status
1 Toad Heffernan & Mandy Stone 32 & 28 Candelo, NSW Engaged Dairy Farmers Winners
2 Dave & Mel Willmot 34 & 32 Hope Island, QLD Married Go-getters Runners-up
3 Chiara & David Clarson 32 & 38 Yangebup, WA Married Hot-heads Phase 3
(Give Back Makeover)
4 Josh & Brandon Jarius 23 & 21 Maryborough, QLD Chippie Brothers Phase 2
(Back Yards)
= 5 Kim & Michelle 59 & 27 Tweed Heads, NSW Mother & Daughter
Jared Petrenko & Jessica Dover 28 & 25 Adelaide, SA Dating 2 Years
7 Leigh & Kristie Treeby 33 & 36 Rye, VIC Competitive Couple Phase 1
(Interior Renovation)

Season 7 (2019)[edit]

Season 7 was confirmed in June 2018 with Applications for the seventh season of House Rules open between June & 7 September 2018 on the House Rules official network seven website.[26][27] Season 7 was officially confirmed in October 2018,[28] aswell with the announcement of new judge, Jamie Durie, who will be replacing Drew Heath in 2019.[29] Production for the series began in November 2018.[30] The season will begin airing on 28 April 2019. [31]

Team Ages House Relationship Status
- Pete & Courtney 32 & 31 Vic
- Lisa & Andy 30 & 32 Adelaide, SA
- Mikaela & Eliza Greene 24 & 21 WA
- Katie & Alex 29 & 32 NSW
- Shayn & Carly 33 & 31 Aroona, QLD
- Tim & Mat 32 & 27 Melbourne, Vic

Viewership[edit]

The first season debuted to 803,000 viewers.[32] Over the season, viewership started to grow significantly[33][34] The season ended on a high of 1.53 million watching the finale and 1.83 million watching the winner's announcement. Including regional areas, the finale was watched by 2.42 million and 2.86 million watching winner announced.[35]

The second season premiered to 1,183,000 million viewers and was the highest rated entertainment show of the night.[36] The season final held 1.73 million watching the finale and 1.98 million watching the winner's announcement, and when including regional areas, the finale was watched by 2.75 million and 3.12 million watching winner announced.[37]

The third season premiered to 791,000 viewers.[38] The season final ended on a low of 1.09 million watching the finale and 1.29 million watching the winner's announcement, and when including regional areas, the finale was watched by 1.75 million and 1.99 million watching winner announced.[39]

The fourth season premiered to 718,000 viewers.[40] The season final ended on a low of 1.14 million watching the finale and 1.19 million watching the winner's announcement, but when including regional areas, the finale was watched by 1.95 million and 2.14 million watching winner announced, making it higher than the previous season.[41]

The fifth season premiered to 1 million viewers, up 300,000 viewers from the previous season and being the second highest opening behind the second season.[42] The season final ended on a low on 1.01 million watching the finale and 1.14 million watching the winner's announcement, when including regional areas, the finale was watched by 1.64 million and 1.84 million watching winner announced, which is lower than the previous season.[43]

The sixth season premiered to 607,000 viewers, which is thus far the lowest opening ratings across all of the House Rules seasons.[44] The season final ended on its lowest ratings of all seasons on 853,000 watching the finale and 915,000 watching the winner's announcement, when including regional areas, the finale was watched by 1.39 million and 1.51 million watching winner announced, which is lower than the previous season.[45]

Season Episodes Premiere Finale Ref.
Date Premiere
Ratings
(in millions)
Rank Date Grand Final
(in millions)
Rank Winner
Announced

(in millions)
Rank
One
28 14 May 2013 0.803 11 1 July 2013 1.530 2 1.837 1 [46][47]
Two
37 30 April 2014 1.183 2 6 July 2014 1.730 2 1.988 1 [48][49]
Three
39 5 May 2015 0.791 11 20 July 2015 1.097 6 1.295 3 [50][51]
Four
35 27 April 2016 0.718 10 3 July 2016 1.144 4 1.193 3 [52][53]
Five
35 30 April 2017 1.000 6 9 July 2017 1.007 5 1.142 4 [54][55]
Six
46 7 May 2018 0.607 12 30 July 2018 0.853 9 0.915 6 [56][57]

Reno Rumble[edit]

Reno Rumble was a reality program which began airing on the Nine Network on 5 May 2015, that pit teams from House Rules against teams from Nine's TV series The Block. The program was not associated with the Seven Network or the House Rules format, other than for the fact Reno Rumble featured former House Rules contestants who are no longer contracted to Seven.[58]

The series was renewed for a second season but did not involve any former contestants from either House Rules or The Block.[59]

International[edit]

Broadcasters[edit]

In Portugal the reality show is broadcast everyday at 11:00 p.m. on SIC Mulher (since May 2016) and in Angola the reality show is broadcast everyday at 01:30 p.m and 10:30 p.m on SIC Mulher internacional (since May 2016). On Belgium television, the show runs every weekday at 15u45 on Vitaya.

In Spain, the show is broadcast as 'Reglas de casa' and runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m for 15 hours each day on TEN [60].

Adaptations[edit]

The Netherlands has remade House Rules which has been produced by Skyhigh TV for SBS channel Net 5.

An Irish version of House Rules will air on TV3.

Germany will produce a local version which will be produced by RedSeven Entertainment, for broadcaster Sat.1.

See also[edit]

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