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  1. The Block is an Australian reality television series broadcast on the Nine Network. The series follows four or five couples as they compete against each other to renovate and style houses/apartments and sell them at auction for the highest price. The original series first ran for two consecutive seasons in 2003 and 2004, and was originally hosted by Jamie Durie. The Nine Network revived The Block after a six-year absence, with a third season commenced airing on 22 September 2010,[3][4] this time hosted by television personality and builder Scott Cam.[5] Shelley Craft joined as co-host from the fourth season. The Block has a large number of commercial sponsors and prominently features brand sponsorships regularly throughout episodes.[6]à The fifteenth season of Australian reality television series The Block will premiere on August 4, 2019, on the Nine Network.[1] Hosts Scott Cam and Shelley Craft, site foreman Keith Schleiger with Dan Reilly, and judges Neale Whitaker, Shaynna Blaze and Darren Palmer, all returned from the previous season.[2] https://www.nowtolove.com.au/reality-tv/the-block/the-block-oslo-hotel-57431 Inside the colourful history of The Block’s Oslo Hotel The property is the site of the most ambitious transformation The Block has ever seen. AUG 05, 2019 12:19PM The Block's Scott Cam introduces the Oslo Hotel Share Play Mute Current Time 0:14 / Duration 0:53 Loaded: 100.00% Fullscreen The Block returned to TV screens for another season on Sunday night and teams were faced with the arduous task of transforming the rundown Oslo Hotel in Melbourne's St Kilda. But while the new teams give it their all in their ambitious attempts to renovate the Oslo, we take a look back at the colourful history of the property. Channel Nine bought the property last year for $10.8 million in an off-market sale after the death of the previous owner. The 1353-square metre block had most recently been the site of a cheap backpackers, with low-budget accommodation starting from just $18 a night. Last year, teams transformed The Gatwick Hotel, which had an even more sordid history, as the site of murders and violence and The Oslo is situated just around the corner from that property. But long before The Oslo's decline, was one of the grandest properties in a prestigious location in Melbourne after it was built in 1859. Then known as Westbourne Terrace, the place was home to some of Melbourne's most influential people including Mars Buckley, the owner of prestigious Melbourne department store Buckley and Nunn as well as Ebenezer Syme, the original owner of The Age newspaper. The region soon fell into rapid decline however, with the surrounding area becoming known as the city's red light district. This year, the teams face the mammoth challenge of overhauling the biggest ever spaces ever on The Block. And even host Scott Cam is worried about whether the teams are up to the challenge. "At the start I looked at this and thought that's impossible," Scott told NineHoney. "Here we have double the size of what we did last year, and more than six times the size of the original Block in Bondi back in 2003. That's a big ask." https://www.nowtolove.com.au/reality-tv/the-block/the-block-2019-contestants-56837 Meet the Blockheads! Here are all the teams competing on The Block 2019 The new season of The Block has it all: the return of Scott Cam and Shelley Craft, a guest appearance by legendary Australian singer Kylie Minogue, and a once-great property in need of major refurbishing called The Oslo. There's also five new teams set to take on the most ambitious project in the show's 15 season history! Yep, a whole new batch of Blockheads. "At the start I looked at this and thought that's impossible," says host Scotty. "Here we have double the size of what we did last year, and more than six times the size of the original Block in Bondi back in 2003. That's a big ask." Joining Scotty and Shelley on the hit show once more will be site foremen Keith and Dan, and judges Neale Whitaker, Shaynna Blaze and Darren Palmer. This year's teams have been chosen from more than 45,000 entries, with one team set to follow in the footsteps of 2018 winners Hayden and Sara. At stake is $100,000 for The Block winner plus whatever profits their home can make on auction day. Scroll through to meet the Blockheads! Tess (28) and Luke (30) Media sales partner and carpenter from Cairns, Queensland. El'ise (33) and Matt (39) Fashion manager and carpenter from Perth, Western Australia Jesse (29) and Mel (31) Real estate agent and contracts administrator from Melbourne, Victoria Mitch (56) and Mark (57) Stylish grandads from Sydney New South Wales Andy (48) and Deb (46) Stand-up comedian and homewares store owner from Wallabi Point, New South Wales
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