"In 2020, viewers will witness the full power of massive, community-led home transformations each week," the network teased in a press release announcing the show's premiere.
In each episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, a deserving family, who often gives back to the community, will receive a home renovation customized to accommodate their wants and needs.
Each family will work alongside host Jesse Tyler Ferguson, volunteer neighbors, local building experts, celebrity guests, and the show's regularly-appearing designers -- Breegan Jane, Carrie Locklyn and Darren Keefe -- to create beautiful whole-home overhauls that include interior, exterior and landscaping.
Home renovations will be completed while the families are away.
"We reimagined television's most iconic home renovation show. We cast Jesse as host, reviewed hundreds of deeply emotional family stories, added more special guests who have a passion to help others, and executed truly unbelievable, life-changing, whole-home renovations," HGTV President Jane Latman said in a statement.
"With help from more than 10,000 volunteers -- families, friends and neighbors -- sharing more than 560,000 hours of their own time, we improved the lives of 10 special families and created another can't miss television series on HGTV."
As part of the network's deal to revive Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, HGTV had also secured the rights to air repeats of 100 of the original show's episodes that previously aired on ABC.
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The network also disclosed at the time it would feature "its own superstar experts" in the weekly race to complete a custom, whole-home renovation for a family.