Ten reveals the new look Living Room that sees all four hosts working together to help families

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Ten reveals the new look Living Room that sees all four hosts working together to help families

'We've been given a fresh coat of paint!' The Living Room WILL return with entirely new format - after rumours the show was set to be

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‘We’ve been given a fresh coat of paint!’ The Living Room WILL return with entirely new format – after rumours the show was set to be axed

Despite reports The Living Room had been axed, Channel Ten have launched the beloved series with a whole new format.   

The popular lifestyle program will see Amanda Keller, Dr. Chris Brown, Miguel Maestre and Barry DuBois return on July 3.   

Instead of filming individual segments which aired to a studio audience, the new format features all four hosts working together to help an Aussie family. 

They're back! Channel 10 has revealed the new look Living Room will see all four hosts working together to help Australian families. Pictured: Dr. Chris Brown, Miguel Maestre, Barry DuBois and Amanda Keller

They’re back! Channel 10 has revealed the new look Living Room will see all four hosts working together to help Australian families. Pictured: Dr. Chris Brown, Miguel Maestre, Barry DuBois and Amanda Keller

‘Its like we’ve been given a fresh coat of paint. We’re in a new house [studio], so it feels real and it feels fluid. It’s just a really invigorated us, so we’re excited about it,’ Amanda told The Daily Telegraph’s TV Guide.       

She continued: ‘We will still have the stupidity and we’ll still have the laughter, but I’d like to think we’re one of those shows where you can do the gear change.

‘Often I find myself on the brink of tears and then the next minute, there’s a snort of laughter. I think that’s how life is though, we can laugh through the tears and drink through them as well. ‘

The new series will take place on an energised new set, and involves the cast visiting the home of an Australian family each week to ‘improve their lives with a little TLC’.  

Hard at work! The new series will take place on an energised new set, and involves the cast visiting the home of an Australian family each week to 'improve their lives with a little TLC'

Hard at work! The new series will take place on an energised new set, and involves the cast visiting the home of an Australian family each week to ‘improve their lives with a little TLC’

Makeover! 'Its like we've been given a fresh coat of paint. We're in a new house [studio], so it feels real and it feels fluid. It's just a really invigorated us, so we're excited about it,' Amanda told The Daily Telegraph's TV Guide

Makeover! ‘Its like we’ve been given a fresh coat of paint. We’re in a new house [studio], so it feels real and it feels fluid. It’s just a really invigorated us, so we’re excited about it,’ Amanda told The Daily Telegraph’s TV Guide

In December 2019, the future of the show was in doubt after Ten announced it would not be returning in 2020. 

Network sources previously suggested the hosts would be hosting a similar show under another name, but that it will be produced in-house at Channel Ten rather than by the former Living Room producers WTFN. 

Amanda also told her WSFM listeners that the network was giving the show a new name.  

Changes: In December 2019, the future of the show was in doubt after Ten announced it would not be returning in 2020

Changes: In December 2019, the future of the show was in doubt after Ten announced it would not be returning in 2020 

Popular: The show was first released in 2012 and was the network's offering against Channel Seven's Better Homes & Gardens. It also snagged the Logie Award for Most Popular Lifestyle Program in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018

Popular: The show was first released in 2012 and was the network’s offering against Channel Seven’s Better Homes & Gardens. It also snagged the Logie Award for Most Popular Lifestyle Program in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 

‘The four of us will be fronting a lifestyle show, but it may not be called, actually I don’t think it will be called The Living Room,’ she said at the time. 

The show was first released in 2012 and was the network’s offering against Channel Seven’s Better Homes & Gardens. 

It also snagged the Logie Award for Most Popular Lifestyle Program in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

The Living Room premieres Friday July 3 at 7.30pm on Channel 10.  

Soon! The Living Room will return on Friday July 3 at 7.30pm on Channel 10

Soon! The Living Room will return on Friday July 3 at 7.30pm on Channel 10

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