Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie will host the upcoming Network 10 series “Location, Location, Location”.
The duo are no strangers to property-based television, having won “The Block” on the Nine Network in 2021. They have also been buying and flipping properties for nearly two decades.
The network said they would use their extensive property prowess, buying, negotiating and real estate experience, and knowledge of the market to help participants of the show find their dream home.
Edwards and McKie said they were excited to be hosting the revived show.
“It’s such a privilege to meet and help Aussies looking to find their new home in such a dynamic market, where hidden opportunities are just waiting to be found,” they said.
“We’ve learnt a lot from our own experiences of searching, buying, renovating and selling properties. We know how to look through the staging to see what a property is really offering, the good and the bad, and seeing the opportunities that others might not see in an ‘ugly ducking’ property that you can transform into a swan.
“We’ve loved watching the U.K. series, and now we are so thrilled to add our touch to the Aussie series. It’s going to be so much fun sharing our experience and knowledge.”
Daniel Monaghan, senior VP of content and programming at Network 10’s parent company Paramount ANZ, said: “Mitch and Mark have really captured the nation’s heart and we are excited to have them join us here at 10. Their authentic, fun and warm approach makes them a perfect fit for the Network.
“Mitch and Mark aren’t just expert renovators, they’ve built successful careers in sales and marketing and their own property empire. Their unique backgrounds place them perfectly to shed some much-needed light on Australia’s property market as they help Aussies make the most important purchase of their lives, plus we now they’ll make it entertaining. What’s not to love?”
“Location, Location, Location” is an original format from IWC Media (a Banijay company), and will be produced locally by Endemol Shine Australia (also a Banijay company) and distributed by Banijay Rights.
The show previously screened on Foxtel’s LifeStyle channel from 2012 to 2014.