Everything We Know About the Upcoming "Trading Spaces" Reboot

It's back this weekend!

In fact, we caught up with several of your favorites to find out what they've been up to since the show ended.

We found out .

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Guys, the time has finally come!

The Trading Spaces reboot is happening this weekend on TLC. But before you settle in on the couch on Saturday, here is everything you need to know about the revival.

1. The reboot will premiere on April 7.

Set your DVR for 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m. CST to catch the first episode of the highly-anticipated season this weekend.

2. The first trailer promises tons of laughter — and drama.

Watch to get a peek of all of your favorites from the original series, like host Paige Davis, carpenter Ty Pennington, and designers Vern Yip and Genevieve Gorder in action — and get to know the new cast members too!

3. Paige Davis is back to host.

On July 19, TLC announced what everyone was anxiously waiting to hear: Paige Davis will be back. The beloved host will indeed narrate the weekend-long renovation process. "I'm back at TLC, back home, back where I belong, and I am so thrilled," Paige said in a video for TLC.

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4. As are our other favorite cast members.

Designers Doug Wilson, Genevieve Gorder, Hildi Santo-Tomas, Vern Yip, Frank Bielec, and Laurie Smith will all be making an appearance on the remake. Even better: Carpenters Ty Pennington and Carter Oosterhouse have signed on, too.

5. And the designers are thrilled.

In fact, we caught up with several of your favorites to find out what they've been up to since the show ended.

We found out .

6. There will be new cast members to fall in love with, too.

Along with your favorites, the network also plans to introduce new talent to the show, including designers Sabrina Soto, John Gidding, and Kahi Lee, who all have experience in the home design world and on television. Brett Tutor and Joanie Sprague have also signed on as carpenters for the show.

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7. Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent will make an appearance.

The famous interior design couple, and stars of Nate and Jeremiah By Design, will appear on Trading Spaces as .

8. Designers will have a budget of $2,000 per room.

Which is twice as much as they had when the show originally aired, but is still extremely tight. "Viewers have become so accustomed to seeing designs done for $50,000 or $100,000. I think this will be inspiring," TLC executive Howard Lee told .

9. Davis says some of her favorite rooms are from the upcoming season.

"Our designers are still pushing themselves to design with the same core principles," Davis . The results? Some of her "most favorite rooms of all time." Consider our interests piqued.

10. Dozens of eggshells were used in one room.

"What one of our designers does with eggshells is shocking,” Howard Lee told . He also confirms to expect the very thing that makes this show so exciting, and so hard, to watch: "Not every episode has a happy ending."

11. Davis says her iconic hairstyle won't be back.

Some referred to her pixie cut as the "Paige" and Davis says the crew used to joke that it was the new "Rachel." "At first, it was this wispy cute haircut and then it turned into a Carol Brady helmet flip-do," Davis . Which is why she'll be sporting a longer bob style in the new season.

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12. People are beyond excited.

And who can blame them?

Best news ever to wake up to!! So excited about this ! 🎉🥂🏡

— SurferWife (@SurferWife)

OH. EM. GEE. I can't even tell you how excited this makes me!!! So happy to read this!!!

— Amanda (@snoopyvalentine)

Is coming back for and all is right with the world.

— Nikki Pelazza (@Niklee89)

13. The cast is standing beside Carter Oosterhouse amid sexual misconduct allegations.

Several of Oosterhouse's Trading Spaces costars (he was on the original show from 2004 to 2007 and is appearing in the reboot) are defending him, including host Paige Davis who told , "What I can tell you from my experience with Carter is that he is an absolute professional. I've never had any experience with him where I haven't just had the best time ever. He's down to earth. He's very good at what he does. And I enjoyed working these episodes with him. And I'm really excited for them to air."

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