Channel 4 announces new 'hidden treasure' series revealing how to make MILLIONS from cluttered homes | The Sun

CHANNEL 4 has announced a new 'hidden treasure' series which reveals how you can make millions from cluttered homes.

The broadcaster has commissioned Millionaire Hoarders which will see experts enter cluttered homes.

They'll swift through a hoarder's belongings in the hope of finding a valuable antique item.

Clive Downham (Antiques Dealer), Paula Sutton (Vintage Fashion and Interiors), Rachel Fox (High-end Pawnbroker) and Ronnie Archer-Morgan (Collectables & Curiosities) will all appear in the new series.

If any of the four experts find a possession that's of value, it will be sold off to raise "much needed funds".

A synopsis for the show reads: "Across Britain, behind the doors of homes of all shapes and sizes lay astonishing hoards of potential treasures from extraordinary owners who have filled their homes with items they’ve acquired, curated, or obsessively collected.

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"But, as they’re faced with challenging times, will a valuable item amongst their collections unlock a life-changing sum of money?"

Millionaire Hoarders will be three, 60-minute long episodes on Channel 4.

Anna Miralis, Senior Commissioning Editor for Channel 4 Factual added, said: “Everyone dreams of finding hidden treasure that could potentially change their lives.

"Our team of experts have an extraordinary wealth of experience and offer up the exciting opportunity to make that a reality."

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Channel 4's Jasmine Harman has previously been open and honest about her own mother's hoarding.

The TV presenter, 47, took to her Instagram account earlier this year to share a very personal message with fans.

She revealed her mother is a hoarder, which is a behaviour where people accumulate food or other items.

Jasmine told fans how addressing the situation with her mum would only "inflame the situation" and leave her "upset and angry".

She continued: "But talking to someone with more distance can help those on both sides of the equation to get a different perspective.

"People who hoard often do not realise the anxiety and hurt their behaviour can cause their loved ones

"Similarly, those who have a hoarding loved one can often blame that person, not really understanding that they aren’t doing it on purpose."

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