A Place In The Sun What Happened Next? New For Channel 4

A Place in the Sun

A new series of the daytime show “A Place in the Sun” called “A Place in the Sun What Happened Next?” will revisit families and couples who bought properties abroad as far back as 2007.

The series will feature over 40 episodes and will catch up with the house-hunters to see if their dream purchase delivered their dream life.

The show’s former presenter, Amanda Lamb, will also return for the new series. The house-hunters featured in the series have been enjoying their new homes abroad, with some renovating properties, living eco-friendly lifestyles, and running B&Bs. The show has helped change many people’s lives over the past 23 years, and the production team is proud of their work.

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The new series is a double commission, with 20 episodes being filmed in 2023 and 20 episodes in 2024.

“A Place in the Sun What Happened Next?” is produced by Freeform Productions for Channel 4 and was commissioned by Commissioning Executive Barry Agnew and Jo Street, Head of Daytime and Features at Channel 4.

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