BBC One returns to Richard Bacon’s ‘House’ format

This Is My House

BBC One has ordered a second season of entertainment format This is My House, the guessing game format created by Richard Bacon and Nick Weidenfeld.

The 10 x 30-minute second season is being produced by UK prodco Expectation and follows four people who all claim to live in a house. A panel of celebrities is then tasked with sussing out which of the supposed homeowners is telling the truth and which are the actors.

The BBC said its social media coverage of the show had generated more than 7 million video views across Facebook and Instagram, the majority of which came from under 35s.

Pinki Chambers, commissioning editor at the BBC, described the format as “the guessing game that promises a lot of head-scratching and humour.”

The show has been commissioned by Kate Phillips, director of entertainment commissioning. Executive Producers for Expectation are Tom Whitrow and Bacon. Commissioning editor for the BBC is Pinki Chambers.

Format rights to the show, which will debut on BBC One and iPlayer next year, are licensed internationally by BBC Studios.

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