Location, Location, Location

10’s Licensed To Sell.

Location, Location, Location. Coming To 10 In 2023.

Buying a house can be a fraught business, especially in Australia. Thankfully in 2023, 10 is bringing trusted property experts to the rescue of desperate house hunters in the premiere of the worldwide smash hit, Location**,** Location, Location.

From auction houses to estate agencies, websites to word-of-mouth, the team from Location, Location, Location will scour markets all over Australia for the perfect property.

And whether it’s upsizing, downsizing, retiring or relocating, the mission is always the same: to make a dream home a reality.

With interest rates rising in the real estate market and pulse rates rising for both nervous sellers and anxious buyers, every property auction is an emotional mini-drama, and Location, Location, Location will be there to catch all the highs and lows.

Daniel Monaghan, Senior Vice President, Content and Programming, Paramount ANZ, said: "Location, Location, Location is a well-loved format and we are thrilled to bring it back to Australian free-to-air audiences.

“This series will be shot in Melbourne and Sydney, where property is highly sought after, and we can’t wait to help everyday Australians find their next home, tree change, sea change and more."

Peter Newman, Chief Executive Officer, Endemol Shine Australia, said: “We’re immensely proud and excited to see Location, Location, Location on 10 in 2023.

“The show has a wonderful heritage in Australia and overseas, and we look forward to watching as our experts help make our contributors property dreams come true.”

Produced by EndemolShine Australia (a Banijay company), Location**,** Location, Location is an original format from IWC Media (a Banijay company) distributed by Banijay Rights.

Location, Location, Location: where dreams come home in 2023.

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The Block 2021 winners Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie will host the new show, according to today’s Sunday Telegraph.

Property Entrepreneurs Mitch And Mark To Host Location, Location, Location.

Coming To 10 And 10 Play In 2023.

Property experts Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie plan to bring some fun and flair to house hunting when the dynamic duo front Network 10’s new series Location, Location, Location.

Mitch and Mark won The Block in 2021 and have been buying and flipping properties together for nearly two decades, transforming some 20 properties from undesirable abodes into highly sought after homes, and ultimately turning their passion for property and renovating from a hobby into a successful career.

Mitch and Mark will use their extensive property prowess, buying, negotiating and real estate experience, and knowledge of the market to help everyday Australians find their dream home. Whether they are first-time home buyers or retiring, upsizing or downsizing, the duo will guide their house hunters through one of the most important and nerve-racking decisions of their lives.

Mitch and Mark said: "We are so excited to be hosting Location, Location, Location. 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.

"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 duckling’ property that you can transform into a swan!

“We’ve loved watching the UK 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 Vice President, Content and Programming, Paramount ANZ, said: "Mitch and Mark have really captured the nations 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 know they’ll make it entertaining! What’s not to love?”

Produced by Endemol Shine Australia (a Banijay company), Location, Location, Location is an original format from IWC Media (a Banijay company) distributed by Banijay Rights.

Casting for the exciting new season of Location, Location, Location is now open. Go to 10play.com.au/casting to apply.

Not fussed on this hosting choice, and I was looking forward to seeing the show. Reckon they could be pretty polarizing for some viewers.

Unlikely to get a mention anywhere - but this is the second go at this one. Lifestyle did three series 2012-2014

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The problem with Mitch and Mark is they were so unlikeable on The Block. They were constantly whinging and were eternally offended when the judges didn’t like their rooms. I think this is a poor casting choice.

The difference with Bryce and Veronica to Mitch and Mark is that they are both involved in real estate, one being a buyer’s advocate and the other a real estate agent whereas Mitch and Mark are just reality show contestants.

I don’t think that’s a fair representation of their background by simply labeling them as reality contestants.

The press release does a pretty good job of outlining their years of experience in the property space pre The Block, and whilst they aren’t agents, they seem to know what they’re doing with successful renovations, sales and turning that into a business.

I still am not a fan of their casting, but willing to give the show a crack.

But people are getting really sick of reality show contestants being employed as radio, television or podcast hosts.


Not suggesting otherwise, and I’ve made it clear I’m not a fan of this casting decision.

The Search For The Dream Home Begins.

Location, Location, Location. Premieres Friday 30 June At 7.30pm On 10 And 10 Play.

From auction houses and real estate agencies to websites and word-of-mouth, Location, Location, Location leaves no stone unturned in the quest to find the perfect property for ordinary Australians who need a helping hand securing their dream home.

Launching Friday, 30 June at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play, dynamic property duo, Mitch Edwards and Mark McKie, will travel across the country ticking off must haves and deal breakers in their search for fabulous properties for their house-hunters.

But it’s not all spreadsheets and check lists; the highly skilled home renovators and successful property flippers will inject their unique blend of fun and flair into the search.


No surprises it’s going to Fridays, promo doesn’t look as awful as I thought. Might give it a go

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From 10 play


Episode 2:

Friday 7 July 7:30pm

This week, dynamic property duo, Mitch and Mark, wrestle the housingmarket in Melbourne to find their buyers a place to call home.

For young couple Brooke and Rex, the dream of a tree change turned into a nightmare when, as new parents, they found themselves feeling isolated from their families. Can Mitch find this young family their “country feel” home in Melbourne’s western suburbs?

After viewing more than 100 properties, serial real estate daters Cameron and Anthony need help to narrow their search focus from “all of inner-city Melbourne” to those areas which fit both their wish list and their budget. Mark’s challenge is to help this couple “swipe right” and get out of the property dating scene.

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Episode 3:

Friday 14 July 7:30pm

Mitch and Mark take on the soaring Sydney market, putting their bestfoot forward in the search for family-friendly homes.

Mitch is helping parents-to-be Ellen and Nelson find their dream family home in the Sutherland Shire before their first baby is born. Their extensive wish list poses problems, but can Mitch think outside the box to get them what they want?

Meanwhile Mark is with parents-of-three Peta and Paulo who are more than willing to compromise on space for their idyllic Inner West location. But a family of five in a two-bedroom apartment is a tight squeeze. Can Mark find them the perfect pocket-sized property?

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A lot of quite nasty and borderline homophobic comments about Mitch & Mark on 10’s posts promoting the show, seems they’re quite divisive with viewers (or at least social media commentators).


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