The BBC has commissioned a  fourth series of Sort Your Life Out where families declutter and transform their homes with the help and support of Stacey Solomon and her team.

Once again, the series will see Stacey Solomon and her crew – organiser Dilly, carpenter Rob and cleaner Iwan – encourage six families to sort their lives out in a week.

BBC Commissioning Editor, Beejal-Maya Patel says; “I’m so excited that Sort Your Life Out will soon be back on our screens. It just brings so much joy with its magical transformations and essential tips, hacks and tricks for our audience. Stacey and the team do such an incredible job in helping families change their lives for the better and the new series promises even more heart-warming reveals. I am thrilled to see it return for a fourth series.”

Stacey Solomon says; “I’m so happy that Sort Your Life Out is back with even more life-changing declutters! We meet six amazing families who each have a different story that has brought them to us, whether that’s family loss or the cost-of-living crisis. Together, we create smart storage solutions, organise the mess, and let go of belongings that are holding them back. It’s such a privilege to support each family, transforming their homes and lives. Join us, and you might even be inspired to do your own big spring clean… I know I have been!”

Sort Your Life Out series four is a 6 x 60 for BBC One and iPlayer. It was commissioned by Clare Sillery, Head of BBC Commissioning for Documentaries and Beejal-Maya Patel is the BBC Commissioning Editor. It is produced by Optomen, the Creative Directors are Tina Flintoff and Nick Hornby, and Mandy Morris and Kurt Seywald are the Executive Producers.

Jon Creamer

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