TLC has announced Trading Spaces will premiere on Saturday, April 7 at 9PM ET/PT, immediately following Part 1 of a reunion special at 8PM ET/PT.
The debut episode of Trading Spaces' revival will feature returning designers Doug Wilson and Hildi Santo-Tomas re-designing two rooms for sisters who also happen to be neighbors in Southern California with the help of returning carpenters Ty Pennington and Carter Oosterhouse.
The rest of the season will also feature new carpenters Brett Tutor and Joanie Sprague; returning designers Frank Bielec, Genevieve Gorder, Laurie Smith and Vern Yip; and new designers John Gidding, Kahi Lee and Sabrina Soto.
In advance of the series premiere on April 7, Part 1 of Trading Spaces Reunion, a one-hour special that will reunite the cast for the first time since the show went off the air in 2008, will air at 8PM ET/PT.
The reunion will feature guest appearances and surprises in addition to a look back "at some of the greatest moments from the series and a lively discussion on the impact the show had both on them as a cast and the television renovation arena," according to the network.
Part 2 of Trading Spaces Reunion will air the following week on April 14 at 8PM ET/PT on TLC.
TLC announced in March 2017 it was revivingTrading Spaces, a show which traditionally featured pairs of neighbors swapping homes and performing single-room makeovers with the help of a professional designer and carpenter in two days on a $1,000 budget.
The pairs participating in the makeovers historically had no control over the redesigns in their own homes; however, they were able to at least give input before the decorating process began. The cast members would sleep in their neighbor's home until the big reveals at the end of the final day.
The original series, which aired from 2000 to 2008, featured a rotating cast of designers beloved mostly for their big personalities and wacky ideas.
TLC announced it had canceledTrading Spaces, its once high-flying flagship series, in February 2009 after eight seasons and a revamp that failed to revive the show's once-impressive ratings.
During its ratings heyday, Trading Spaces was the No. 1 cable show on Saturday nights.