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Channel Nine renews renovation series Space Invaders for a second season


Channel Nine renews renovation show Space Invaders for a second season – as the format is tipped for international success

Channel Nine has renewed its renovation series Space Invaders for a second season.

The network has commissioned another ten 60-minute episodes of the show, industry website TV Tonight reports. 

Space Invaders, which brings together a trio of professional declutterers to help Aussies transform their homes, will resume production in the second half of 2021. 

It’s back! Channel Nine has renewed its renovation series Space Invaders for a second season. Pictured (left to right): hosts Peter Walsh, Cherie Barber, and Lucas Callaghan

Format rights have also been acquired by TV networks in Belgium and New Zealand. 

Other local versions are set to be produced across Europe and possibly in America. 

Renovation expert Cherie Barber, ‘declutter guru’ Peter Walsh and treasure hunter Lucas Callaghan front the popular Nine series.  

Change your life: Space Invaders, which brings together a trio of professional declutterers to help Aussies transform their homes, will resume production in the second half of 2021

Change your life: Space Invaders, which brings together a trio of professional declutterers to help Aussies transform their homes, will resume production in the second half of 2021

Peter, who was a regular guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, said Covid-19 had made people want to ‘reset’ their personal lives. 

In a recent interview with The Courier Mail, he said this trend helped boost Space Invaders’ popularity among viewers. 

‘Covid was such a terrible thing but it was also an opportunity for a global reset,’ he said.  

Going global: Format rights have also been acquired by TV networks in Belgium and New Zealand. Pictured: a couple from Space Invaders

Going global: Format rights have also been acquired by TV networks in Belgium and New Zealand. Pictured: a couple from Space Invaders 

‘People have had an opportunity to reassess what space means to them, not filled with stuff,’ he added.

‘Space has to be something that fills our lives and gives us serenity, peace, calm.’ 

Nine has yet to announce a premiere date for Space Invaders season two. 

Surprise hit! Renovation expert Cherie Barber (left), 'declutter guru' Peter Walsh (centre) and treasure hunter Lucas Callaghan (right) front the popular Nine series

Surprise hit! Renovation expert Cherie Barber (left), ‘declutter guru’ Peter Walsh (centre) and treasure hunter Lucas Callaghan (right) front the popular Nine series

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