HGTV is planning to produce 10 new episodes of the show expected to premiere in early 2020.
As part of the network's deal to revive Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, HGTV has also secured the rights to air repeats of 100 of the original show's episodes that previously aired on ABC.
While HGTV has yet to reveal the cast of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition's revival, the network disclosed it will feature "its own superstar experts" in the weekly race to complete a custom, whole-home renovation for one deserving family.
"This is a big win for HGTV and we can't wait to put our stamp on it," said Kathleen Finch, an executive at Discovery Inc., which is the parent company of HGTV.
"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was must-see viewing for years because it combined moving stories of families and communities with life-changing home renovations. It's the type of program that taps into every emotion and it's the reason it was so popular with everyone in America."