The Block 2022: Scott Cam will renovate his own property on the new season


Scott Cam will renovate his own property on The Block 2022 – as Channel Nine promises the next season will be ‘bigger than ever’


The Block is set to return to television for its eighteenth season next year.

During Sunday night’s finale, Channel Nine promised viewers that the 2022 season will be ‘bigger than ever’ in a two-minute teaser for the upcoming season.

In a country-themed promo, host Scott Cam is seen riding a horse before he plants a flagpole labelled ‘House 1’ on a field.

Coming soon: Channel Nine have promised fans that the 2022 season of The Block will be ‘bigger than ever’ in a teaser trailer which aired during Sunday night’s finale. Pictured: Host Scott Cam 

The upcoming series will see the contestants each take on 10 acres as the show relocates from Melbourne to the Macedon Ranges.

The voiceover then teased that the upcoming series will see host Scott Cam, 58, renovate his own house on the show.

‘We will have it all. Tractors. Excavators. And even these buggy things, you know, this just really feels like a gratuitous plug for next year’s show,’ the voice-over says.

That's different! In a country-themed promo, host Scott Cam is seen riding a horse before he plants a flagpole labelled 'House 1' on a field

That’s different! In a country-themed promo, host Scott Cam is seen riding a horse before he plants a flagpole labelled ‘House 1’ on a field

Good luck! The upcoming series will see the contestants take on 10 acres each as the show relocates from Melbourne to the Macedon Ranges

Good luck! The upcoming series will see the contestants take on 10 acres each as the show relocates from Melbourne to the Macedon Ranges

Wow! The voiceover then teased that the upcoming series will see host Scott Cam, 58, renovate his own house on the show

Wow! The voiceover then teased that the upcoming series will see host Scott Cam, 58, renovate his own house on the show

The Block just wrapped its seventeenth season and has proved to be a ratings success for Nine this year.  

The series had a slow start throughout August due to stiff competition from The Voice on Channel Seven, but later found its footing and began to draw impressive metro ratings from Sunday to Wednesday.

It has since become Nine’s best-performing show for September and October. 

A winner: The Block just finished its seventeenth season. Pictured, the 2021 cast

A winner: The Block just finished its seventeenth season. Pictured, the 2021 cast 

The Block is also Nine’s most profitable prime-time program due to its myriad commercial deals.

Next year’s season will be heading to the country, specifically to the regional town of Kyneton, which is 89km northwest of Melbourne.

It’s the first time in the show’s 18-year history the setting will be in a rural location.  

Highest bidder: The Block is also Nine's most profitable prime-time program. Pictured: Luke and Josh Packham

Highest bidder: The Block is also Nine’s most profitable prime-time program. Pictured: Luke and Josh Packham



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