The Great Home Transformation viewers all have the same complaint about new makeover show

THE Great Home Transformation viewers all had the same complaint about the new makeover show.

The Channel 4 series, hosted by Emma Willis and Nick Grimshaw, hit our screens last night.


Wednesday's instalment of the show saw interior designer Alex Dauley and master craftsmen Tim Hitchins help transform Becca and Sam'sfamily home in Eastbourne.

The couple were struggling to cope as they were immersed in clutter, and needed a safe place to be able to give their son life-saving treatment.

But what makes the programme different is that they use specialist heat mapping technology get hard data on the behaviours that go on inside to use so that they can fix the problems.

However, many viewers at home took to Twitter to point out that they aren't a huge fan of the new show.

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One wrote: "The Great Home Transformation on @Channel4 is terrible. It's like they just flung presenters in and hope it'd work. They don't really have any sort of rapport. All a bit odd in parts."

Another said: "It's other one of these, were the transformation will come simply from tidying the fuck up."

A third added: "The Great Home Transformation on @Channel4 isn’t great. A dull lazy format with @grimmers contributions being pointless. Feels like a @channel5_tv show."

"Not sure what #TheGreatHomeTransformation is trying to be. It's a mishmash of about 6 home programmes in one fair crap package," a fourth said.

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Meanwhile others loved it.

A fifth chimed in: "@[email protected] you two are the dream team!! Please come to my house and help me & my daughter out…. such a refreshing change on tv!! Well done…"

Made in partnership with IKEA, the series gives families living in houses and flats that are working against them, a home that instead functions well for them; delivered straight to their doorstep by a revolutionary truck.

Inside the truck is an immersive mobile moodboard where the family will experience a bespoke vision for a cleverly designed and stylish new family home, with zero structural changes required, based simply on the family’s activities and needs.

While the plans for each Great Home Transformation will be informed by specialist technology and interior design intelligence, the work will be mostly realised by Emma, Nick and the family themselves showing just how simple and achievable it is to radically change your home for the better through smart yet accessible design.

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There will be six episodes in total that will play out every Wednesday evening at the same time, for six weeks.

Episodes will also be available to watch online via All 4.

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