Channel 4 has renewed Avalon’s Extraordinary Extensions for a second series, that will see musician Tinie – a keen design enthusiast and property developer himself – once again travel around the country to meet the homeowners realising their dreams by expanding their residences outwards, upwards or downwards with jaw-dropping extensions.

The first series followed bold transformations including a 17th century Cotswold cottage, an £11m mega-basement in the heart of Kensington and a former timber yard turned ultra-energy-efficient passive house.

Tinie says: “I’m excited to get back on the road to see some of the incredible designs homeowners across Britain have been coming up with. I was left amazed, inspired and, at times, bewildered on the last season, but thoroughly enjoyed the experience and can’t wait to see how far families, couples and developers are willing to go to achieve their extraordinary extension.”

The series is commissioned for Channel 4 by Clemency Green, Senior Commissioning Editor, Features and Daytime, and Jo Street, Head of Features and Daytime. The 6 x 60’ series is an Avalon production with Executive Producers Jamie Isaacs, Series Producer Mike Ratcliffe and Series Director Abdullai Adejumo.

Channel 4’s Clemency Green comments: “We have been delighted with the response to Extraordinary Extensions and the energy and flare that Tinie brought to the show. The extended second series will showcase even more of the most exciting and staggering architecture across Britain – and, of course, Tinie’s enviable array of stylish jackets too.”

Avalon’s Jamie Isaacs comments: “We are delighted to be collaborating with Tinie and Channel 4 on another series of Extraordinary Extensions and look forward to bringing a new raft of daring designs to the Channel 4 audience.”

Extraordinary Extensions Series 2 is currently in pre-production.

Jon Creamer

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