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Foxtel unveils the hosts of new renovation series Selling in the City

Foxtel unveils the hosts of new renovation series Selling in the City – a spin-off of Selling Houses Australia


Foxtel has announced a huge line up of premium entertainment and a slate of Foxtel Original series among their films, TV shows and docuseries arriving in 2022.

Headlining the Lifestyle channel next year is Selling in the City, a new renovation series that will be hosted by interior designer Rosie Morley and landscape expert Paddy Milne.

Selling in the City is an Original program described as a ‘millennial skewed brand’ that features ‘amazing design [and] clever solutions for small spaces’ and how to get the most out of a ‘small, urban property’. 

A brand new renovation series: Selling in the City cast is officially announced for the Lifestyle Original as Foxtel unveils their 2022 programming lineup. Pictured: Hosts Rosie Morley and Paddy Milne

‘Selling In The City will focus on the millions of urban-dwelling Australians who live in apartments, terraces and townhouses and want to renovate and transform their homes to sell and change where they live,’ said Foxtel Group’s General Manager of Lifestyle, Wendy Moore.

The series is a spin-off of the much beloved series Selling Houses Australia. 

Moore says Selling in the City will ‘take the trusted Selling Houses brand’ and ‘open it up to a whole new audience’.

Broadening the market: Selling in the City is a spin-off of Selling Houses Australia. Foxtel Group's General Manager of Lifestyle, Wendy Moore, says the new show will take the 'Selling Houses brand' and 'open it up to a new audience'. Pictured: Selling Houses host Andrew Winter with new presenters Wendy Moore and Dennis Scott

Broadening the market: Selling in the City is a spin-off of Selling Houses Australia. Foxtel Group’s General Manager of Lifestyle, Wendy Moore, says the new show will take the ‘Selling Houses brand’ and ‘open it up to a new audience’. Pictured: Selling Houses host Andrew Winter with new presenters Wendy Moore and Dennis Scott

The new hosts for the show include Rosie Morley, an award-winning interior designer and lead of the interiors team at architectural firm Fender Katsalidis, and Paddy Milne, who owns the successful landscape design business The Scape Artist.  

‘Our viewers’ passion for home-grown programming is only matched by their love of the experts who front them, so it’s important we get the casting right,’ Lifestyle Manager Wendy Moore continued.  

‘After an exhaustive search, we’re delighted to have landed on this dynamic duo that bring to life the series ethos,’ she added.

The team: The new hosts for the show include Rosie Morley, an award-winning interior designer and lead of the interiors team at architectural firm Fender Katsalidis, and Paddy Milne, who owns the successful landscape design business The Scape Artist

The team: The new hosts for the show include Rosie Morley, an award-winning interior designer and lead of the interiors team at architectural firm Fender Katsalidis, and Paddy Milne, who owns the successful landscape design business The Scape Artist

Another series making its debut on Foxtel is The Repair Shop Australia, based on the popular UK format.

The Repair Ship is hosted by Dean Ipaviz who will lead a team of craftspeople to repair ‘treasured possessions which are broken or damaged’. 

Season two of Tim Minchin’s Upright and new courtroom crime series The Twelve will also premiere on Foxtel next year. 

Suspense: Season two of Tim Minchin's Upright and new courtroom crime series The Twelve will also premiere on Foxtel next year

Suspense: Season two of Tim Minchin’s Upright and new courtroom crime series The Twelve will also premiere on Foxtel next year

Programs returning to the pay TV station include The Great Australian Bake Off, Grand Designs Australia, Gogglebox Australia and Celebrity Gogglebox Australia.

Selling Houses Australia will also be coming back for a fourteenth season.

The popular real estate series has property expert Andrew Winter back at the helm with two new presenters, interior design expert Wendy Moore and landscape designer Dennis Scott.  

Making their return: Programs returning to the pay TV station include The Great Australian Bake Off, Grand Designs Australia, Gogglebox Australia and Celebrity Gogglebox Australia. Pictured: Gogglebox Australia stars Keith and Lee

Making their return: Programs returning to the pay TV station include The Great Australian Bake Off, Grand Designs Australia, Gogglebox Australia and Celebrity Gogglebox Australia. Pictured: Gogglebox Australia stars Keith and Lee 

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