Season 4 of Rock the Block has revealed a new location

Season 4 of Rock the Block has revealed a new location ...

Rock the Block is coming to the Rocky Mountains. Season 4 of the HGTV competition series will take place in Larimer County, Colorado, according to the Denver Business Journal.

According to the outlet, the Colorado Economic Development Commission unanimously approved $697,800 in rebates for the production on September 15, 2022.

Big Table Media's Supervising Producer Blake Mullins promised to the commission that the season would see contestants travel offsite and highlight the state's architectural and cultural offerings, according to the Denver Business Journal. The production is expected to spend $3.5 million in Colorado and employ 46 local crew members.

Mullins told the commission that everyone will be super proud of the way we portray Colorado in this program.

The second season of Rock the Block, which premiered in 2019, follows HGTV designers as they battle off renovating identical properties in an effort to obtain the highest appraisal value. Previous seasons were shot in California, Georgia, and South Carolina.

The Denver Business Journal reports that HGTV will release any details or casting for the next season. The season will begin in April 2023.

Season 3 of Rock the Block broke the series record.

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The HGTV series Rock the Block has had a proven success. Season 3 attracted over 14.3 million viewers, and its April 4, 2022 season finale set the series record as the highest-rated episode.

Rock the Block is an adrenaline-fueled rollercoaster of tight deadlines, risky design decisions, and spectacular room reveal that continues to attract new viewers season after season, which is great for HGTV's ratings, according to HGTV Senior Vice President Betsy Ayala previously said in a press release.

Egypt Sherrod & Mike Jackson Won Season 3

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Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson of Married to Real Estate won the top spot in season 3 on Rock the Block. Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb of Unsellable Houses; Dave and Jenny Marrs of Fixer to Fabulous; and Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas of Bargain Block

Each team spent six weeks and a budget of $225,000 renovating one of four identical houses in Charleston, South Carolina. The houses were originally appraised at $500,000.

Drew Scott, one of the judges on the Property Brothers star, revealed that all properties were appraised within $25,000 of each other. In the end, the street was named Mike & Egypt St. after the couple increased the value of their property to $931,000.

Jackson described the experience as "surreal," while Sherrod said, "We were confident." We attempted to do the things we knew to do, but we were also apprehensive."

We were all here till the wee hours of the morning, according to the real estate expert. We all gave it our best. We saw it in their houses as well. We are grateful to have won, but we also share this with everyone.

Jasmine Roth of Help! I Wrecked My House and Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt of 100 Day Dream Home are two past winners. Ty Pennington hosted seasons 2 and 3.