Ahead of its second series run next week, BBC Two has announced that Remarkable TV’s (EndemolShine) Your Home Made Perfect has been recommissioned for a further eight episode run.


Your Home Made Perfect, presented by Angela Scanlon, has rival architects using photo-real VR technology and vfx to pitch their bold ideas to families who have fallen out of love with their homes. In each episode, homeowners must choose just one of the architects’ visions to build in real life.


Patrick Holland, Controller for BBC Two, said: “Your Home Made Perfect reinvented the property makeover show with brilliant tech and wonderful storytelling. Angela Scanlon led the series with a real inquisitiveness and sense of mischief and I am delighted to see it return.”


Kitty Walshe, Joint Managing Director of Remarkable TV, added: “VR technology had never been used in a Fact Ent format in this way before Your Home Made Perfect but the results speak for themselves. Not only did it allow us to be bolder and more ambitious in designs for our home owners, but it opened all of our eyes to just what’s possible in the home space. We are delighted to be going again and will be aiming to bring more inspirational transformations to life.”


Angela Scanlon said: “I am hideously nosy and to be let loose in people’s homes is my favourite thing! Before Your Home Made Perfect I had to confine my snooping to Instagram so it’s a real privilege to root around people’s homes without getting in trouble. And to be getting a commission for series three before our second series has gone out is very exciting. I can’t give too much away, or I’ll get sacked but we’re kicking it up a notch with some of the wildest schemes we’ve ever had, oh and I’ll of course be joined by architects who are more outrageous than ever.”


Your Home Made Perfect (8×60’) is a Remarkable TV production. It was commissioned by Patrick Holland, Controller, BBC Two and Michael Jochnowitz, Commissioning Editor. It is executive produced by Joff Wilson for Remarkable Television. The new series was commissioned earlier this year.


Staff Reporter

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