Reno Rumble (season 2)

Reno Rumble: East v West is the second season of Australian reality television series Reno Rumble, it aired on the Nine Network. Unlike the first season which pit former contestants from The Block against former contestants from House Rules, this season had state based rookie teams from either the East or West side of Australia competing against each other. It was hosted by Scott Cam and Shelley Craft and judged by Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan. It premiered Monday 21 March 2016.[1][2][3] The first episode was available online (9Now & Facebook page) one day ahead of its premiere on Sunday 20 March 2016.[4] Homebase is set at Pipemakers Park, Maribyrnong River.

Reno Rumble (season 2)
Country of originAustralia
No. of episodes15
Release
Original networkNine Network
Original release21 March 
26 April 2016
Season chronology

Due to unexpected low ratings, from Monday 4 April only 2 episodes a week aired and was pushed back an hour to 8:30 pm timeslot.[5] The season was won by Lisa & John who received $100,000.

Format

Each week each individual team within
Team West (red) and Team East (blue) are allocated two rooms to deliver at the end of each week. The homeowners give each individual team a brief for their rooms. The whole team (red or blue) with the highest score are the weeks winning team and avoid elimination, the lowest scoring individual team in the losing team will be eliminated.

Contestants

Nine has announced the 6 teams that will compete on Reno Rumble: East v West.[6]

Team West Team East
Team State Relationship Team State Relationship
Dane & Leanne SA Mother & Son Sarah & Renee QLD Best Friends
Steve & Holly WA Married Lisa & John NSW Partners
Jim & Hayley SA Engaged Scott & Nadia VIC Couple with children

Elimination history

immunity and elimination results
Team House Renos
Wk 1 Team Total Wk 2 Team Total Wk 3 Team Total Wk 4 Wk 5
Final Total
Results
Dane & Leanne 27 91[c] 27 82[c] 47 86 31 Eliminated
(Week 4)
Jim & Hayley 24 25 39 Eliminated
(Week 3)
Steve & Holly 25 22 Eliminated
(Week 2)
Lisa & John 28 88[c] 26 84[c] 35 88 33 89
Scott & Nadia 24 21 26 32 88
Sarah & Renee 23 29 27 29 Eliminated
(Week 4)

Weekly results

Elimination Table
Teams Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5
Lisa & John 28 26 35 33 89
Scott & Nadia 24 21 26 32 88
Dane & Leanne 27 27 47 31 Eliminated
(Week 4)
Sarah & Renee 23 29 27 29 Eliminated
(Week 4)
Jim & Hayley 24 25 39 Eliminated
(Week 3)
Steve & Holly 25 22 Eliminated
(Week 2)
     The team was on the winning team
     The team had immunity
     The team were eliminated
     The team won the series
     The team came in second place in the series.

Results

Week 1

  • Episodes 1 to 4
  • Airdate — 21 to 27 March 2016
  • Team West HomeownerSarah - she has been fighting a rare cancer, Hodgkin's Lymphoma, for seven years and is now in remission
  • Team East HomeownerMaddy - she is Sarahs best friend, who helped raise $180,000 for her treatment which has cured Sarahs cancer
  • Description — Each team must deliver two rooms at the end of the week with the lowest scoring individual team on the losing team being eliminated. The team captain on the winning team will receive immunity for week 2. After results were announced, scotty announced there will be no elimination for week 1.
Colour key:
     – Immunity
     – Eliminated
     – Advanced to Grand Final
     – Winning Team
     – Losing Team
Summary of week one results
Team Rooms Scores Total Team Total
Colin Justin Room Total
Team West (Sarah's House)
SA Dane & Leanne
(Team Captains)
Guest Bedroom 1 66 12 27 91
Kitchen 87 15
WA Steve & Holly Guest Bedroom 2/Study 54 9 25
Bathroom/Laundry 88 16
SA Jim & Hayley Master Bedroom 55 10 24
Living & Dining Room 86 14
Team Space Front Yard 78 15 15
Team East (Maddy's House)
QLD Sarah & Renee Dining Room 54 9 23 88
Kitchen 77 14
NSW Lisa & John
(Team Captains)
Guest Bedroom 77 14 28
Living Room 77 14
VIC Scott & Nadia Master Bedroom 67 13 24
Bathroom/Laundry 56 11
Team Space Front Yard 67 13 13

Week 2

  • Episodes 5 to 7
  • Airdate — 28 March to 4 April 2016
  • Team West HomeownerChris & Kate - They have witnessed the heartache and loss of road trauma firsthand working in emergency services. They are huge supporters and close friends of Christine & David whom they nominated for their home to be renovated on the show
  • Team East HomeownerChristine & David - This married couple have gone through heartbreak losing two daughters (Wendy & Melissa) in a car accident and another (Nicky) due to severe injuries from a car accident. They now care for Nicky's son, Blake, and focus on giving him a great future
  • Description — Due to no elimination in week 1, this week will have the first elimination.
Summary of week two results
Team Rooms Scores Total Team Total
Colin Justin Room Total
Team West (Chris & Kate's House)
SA Dane & Leanne Living & Dining Room 66 12 27 82
Main Bathroom 78 15
WA Steve & Holly Master Bedroom 55 10 22
Ensuite 66 12
SA Jim & Hayley
(Team Captains)
Kid's Room 57 12 25
Kitchen 67 13
Team Space Front Lounge Room 44 8 8
Team East (Cristine & David's House)
QLD Sarah & Renee Master Bedroom 77 14 29 84
Main Bathroon 87 15
NSW Lisa & John Dining Room 65 11 26
Kitchen 87 15
VIC Scott & Nadia
(Team Captains)
Kid's Bedroom 66 12 21
Living Room 54 9
Team Space Games Room/Office 44 8 8

Week 3

  • Episodes 8 & 9
  • Airdate — 5 to 11 April 2016
  • Team West HomeownerJoy - She is a single mother to daughter Tara and is a support care worker who brings in a modest wage but not enough to cover repairs needed after fire severely damaged her home in 2002
  • Team East HomeownerPeter and Michelle - This couple are parents to three (Matty, Naomi & Tamara) and are selfless members of the community. It was thanks to them that most of the Joy's family belongings were saved during the fire
  • Description — Due to losing a team from elimination, the two individual teams in Team Red have to add an extra room to complete each making it three not two rooms
Summary of week three results
Team Rooms Scores Total Team Total
Colin Justin Room Total
Team West (Joy's House)
SA Dane & Leanne
(Team Captains)
Guest Bedroom 88 16 47 86
Master Bedroom 66 12
Kitchen 910 19
SA Jim & Hayley Tara's Bedroom 66 12 39
Bathroom 78 15
Living Room 66 12
Team East (Peter & Michelle's House)
QLD Sarah & Renee
(Team Captains)
Naomi & Tamara's Bedroom 67 13 27 88
Living Room 77 14
NSW Lisa & John Master Bedroom 88 16 35
Bathroom 109 19
VIC Scott & Nadia Matt's Bedroom 55 10 26
Kitchen & Dining Room 88 16

Week 4 (Semi-finals Week)

  • Episodes 10 to 12
  • Airdate — 12 to 19 April 2016
  • HomeownerDebbie - she has dedicated the last 30 years to the homeless using her home as a shelter, also distributes two vans full of second-hand goods to the homeless
  • Description — Due to being the only Red Team left, Dane & Leanne will join the Blue Team and become one. They will only be renovating one house, there are no team captains & there will be a double elimination
Summary of week four results
Team Rooms Scores Total
Colin Justin Room Total
Combined Team West/East (Debbie's House)
SA Dane & Leanne Study/Office 88 16 31
Main Bathroom 87 15
QLD Sarah & Renee Sunroom 77 14 29
Kitchen & Dining 87 15
NSW Lisa & John Guest Bedroom 98 17 33
Living Room 88 16
VIC Scott & Nadia Master Bedroom 87 15 32
Ensuite 89 17

Week 5 (Grand Final Week)

  • Episodes 13 to 15
  • Airdate — 25 & 26 April 2016
  • HomeownerSue & Paul, the parents of Tara and Beccky who were nominated for the show by the latter before she died from an inherited kidney disease in November 2015
  • Description — In The Final Week, redoing first seasons format, the two final teams must present a room within the first 48 hours and deliver the rest of their rooms at the end of the week. The couple who receives the highest score will win the season and receive $100,000
Summary of week five results
Team Rooms Scores Total
(out of 100)
Colin Justin Room Total
Grand Final Teams (Sue & Pauls House)
NSW Lisa & John Tara's Bedroom 89 17 Winners
(89)
Hallway 910 19
Main Bathroom 89 17
Living Room 910 19
Dining Room 98 17
VIC Scott & Nadia Guest Bedroom 88 16 Runners-up
(88)
Laundry 89 17
Breakfast Area 99 18
Ensuite 109 19
Kitchen 108 18

Ratings

Colour key:
     – Highest rating during the series
     – Lowest rating during the series
     – An elimination was held in this episode
Week Episode Original airdate Timeslot Viewers
(millions)
Night
Rank
Source Wk Avg
(millions)
1[b] 1 "First Houses Begin" 21 March 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 0.395[a] N/A[a][d] [7] 0.402
2 "Design & Budget Woes" 22 March 2016 Tuesday 7:30 pm 0.401[a] N/A[a][d] [8]
3 "Leadership Problems" 23 March 2016 Wednesday 7:30 pm 0.381[a] N/A[a][d] [9]
4 "Rooms Revealed And Judging" 27 March 2016 Sunday 8:00 pm 0.430[a] #9[a] [10]
2[b] 5 "Second Houses Begin" 28 March 2016 Monday 7:30 pm 0.370[a] N/A[a][d] [11] 0.388
6 "Week Two Half-Way Point" 29 March 2016 Tuesday 7:30 pm 0.370[a] N/A[a][d] [12]
7 "House Reveals, Judging & Elimination" 4 April 2016 Monday 9:00 pm 0.424[a] N/A[a][d] [13]
3 8 "Third Houses Begin" 5 April 2016 Tuesday 8:50 pm 0.352[a] N/A[a][d] [14] 0.386
9 "House Reveals, Judging & Elimination" 11 April 2016 Monday 8:30 pm 0.420[a] N/A[a][d] [15]
4 10 "Two Renos One House - Semi Finals" 12 April 2016 Tuesday 8:40 pm 0.354[a] N/A[a][d] [16] 0.354
11 "Semi Final Week Continues" 18 April 2016 Monday 8:50 pm 0.356[a] N/A[a][d] [17]
12 "Whole House Reveal And Judging" 19 April 2016 Tuesday 8:40 pm 0.352[a] N/A[a][d] [18]
5 13 "Elimination And Demoltion" 25 April 2016 Monday 8:50 pm 0.300[a] N/A[a][d] [19] 0.275
14 "Bedroom Judging" Monday 9:50 pm
15 "Winners are announced" 26 April 2016 Tuesday 9:00 pm 0.249[a] N/A[a][d] [20]
Season Average 0.361 < 20

Notes

  • a Preliminary ratings – viewers and nightly position
  • b Week/episodes aired during Easter non-ratings period
  • c Includes team space points
  • d Episode was below 20 rank

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