Scott Cam reveals a MAJOR change for The Block 2020 after the most recent season 'crossed the line'

Scott Cam reveals a MAJOR change for The Block 2020 after the most recent season ‘crossed the line’ and ‘destroyed’ the contestants

Channel Nine’s The Block will return in 2020 with one major change, according to its host Scott Cam.

The 57-year-old tradie confirmed the network was forced to reevaluate the renovation series after the 2019 season ‘crossed the line’ with its demanding build.

Speaking to News.com.au last month, he said: ‘We learned that it [renovating Melbourne‘s The Oslo] was too big, and we won’t be doing it this big again, I can guarantee it.’ 

Nine host Scott Cam has revealed a MAJOR change for The Block 2020 season after the most recent series 'crossed the line' and 'destroyed' the contestants

Nine host Scott Cam has revealed a MAJOR change for The Block 2020 season after the most recent series ‘crossed the line’ and ‘destroyed’ the contestants 

The 2019 season of The Block was one of their biggest and most challenging seasons in its 17-year history, and Scott says they won’t be attempting to replicate it anytime soon.

‘We always try and go bigger and better, but we probably crossed the line.’ 

While all the teams finished the show with a sizable profit, Scott said the experience affected contestants and crew mentally and physically.  

He added: ‘It’s achievable, because it all got done and sold really well. But I think just for the crew and everybody in future, it will still be a big construction and still be big, but it just won’t be as big as this.’

2019: The Oslo was the biggest renovation The Block has ever completed

2018: To put into perspective, the Gatwick renovation was half the size of The Oslo

They won’t be going bigger! To put into perspective of the size difference, The Oslo (left) was double the size of 2018’s Gatwick renovation (right)

To put into perspective of the size difference, The Oslo was double the size of 2018’s Gatwick renovation.

Winning couple Tess and Luke Struber appeared to be most affected during their time on the show.

‘My marriage is more important to me than making a TV show,’ she said at the time, adding that all she wanted was time and space with Luke away from the cameras. 

'My marriage is more important': Winning couple Tess and Luke Struber (pictured) appeared to be most affected during their time on the show and told producers they weren't 'coping' due to mental health reasons when they walked off set

‘My marriage is more important’: Winning couple Tess and Luke Struber (pictured) appeared to be most affected during their time on the show and told producers they weren’t ‘coping’ due to mental health reasons when they walked off set

During a tense moment with Scott on the show, Tess declared she was ‘not coping’ and walked off set after being portrayed as ‘lazy’.

‘I walked off because I couldn’t handle it. I did say, “You guys need to stop filming me because I’m not coping right now for mental health reasons,” and they didn’t stop filming. 

It came as a surprise to Tess and Luke when they were crowned the 2019 winners when they sold their $630,000 above the $2.90 million reserve.

Pocketing an extra $100,000 for coming first, they left the series with $730,000.

Shock win: A surprised Tess and Luke went on to be crowned the 2019 Blockheads and pocketed a whopping $730,000

Shock win: A surprised Tess and Luke went on to be crowned the 2019 Blockheads and pocketed a whopping $730,000

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