HGTV has had a good thing going over the past several years with the Property Brothers franchise, which kicked off as a single series back in 2011 but has grown to include five different spinoffs. Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott have fans invested in their personal lives as well as their renovation projects, and the franchise doesn't seem to be going anywhere any time soon. The brothers have signed on for another Property Brothers spinoff, which should be very fun news for everybody at HGTV given some recent events. This new show will be called Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House.
Unlike Property Brothers, this new series isn't designed to run for season after season after season. Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House will run for five episodes and follow Jonathan and Drew Scott as they renovate a house that will serve as the first home for Drew following his wedding to fiancee Linda. As this is the Property Brothers franchise, there's definitely a twist to complicate things: the boys are on a deadline.
The full renovation of the entire house must be complete within a matter of weeks so that it will be ready for a pre-wedding party. Given that this will be one of the most personal projects the Scott brothers have ever tackled together, we can bet that they'll give their all in attempting to meet the deadline. Luckily for fans who love getting a look at the whole Scott family, Drew's Honeymoon House will feature appearances from parents Jim and Joanne Scott, as well as eldest brother J.D. In fact, J.D. will be on board to help with the installation of beams, the building of a foundation wall, and some DIY projects.
Even the future lady of the house will have a hand in the renovation, as Linda will bring her creative touch to the changes with a tool belt and hammer of her own. All things considered, it sounds like this will be a project that will require all hands on deck. The family will be working to reconfigure a 1920's era home in historic Los Angeles with a span of 3400 square feet. The brothers will be overhauling the living area, bathrooms, and bedrooms, and all the changes will include upgrading some of the old-fashioned features of the house with modern amenities. There will even be a gigantic deck with a hot tub off the third floor, which should definitely be something to see. The yard should have some pretty great updates as well, including a pool.
Luckily for those who are already dying to see this latest installment in the Property Brothers franchise, Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House will debut on Wednesday, November 22 at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV. Moving Drew Scott into his own house with his wife-to-be may mean the end of living with his brother, but we can bet that there will be as much brotherly fun (and competition) as always. For what you can watch while we wait for Drew's Honeymoon House, take a look at our fall TV guide. If you're now in the mood to binge-watch some Property Brothers, a whole bunch of episodes of the original series and Property Brothers: Buying & Selling are currently available streaming on Hulu.