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HGTV’s Brady Bunch journey—from the network’s purchase of the world-famous North Hollywood house in 2018 to the monumental renovation that made the home a replica of the original TV set design—is scheduled to culminate this autumn with the anticipated series A Very Brady Renovation.

brady 30 july 2019Premiering Monday, 9 Sept. 9 in the United States, the series features the six Brady Bunch siblings, Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy), teaming up with HGTV’s biggest renovation star experts Jonathan and Drew Scott of Property Brothers fame. Other hosts include Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E Laine of Good Bones, siblings Leanne and Steve Ford of Restored by the Fords, Jasmine Roth of Hidden Potential and Lara Spencer of Flea Market Flip.

HGTV cameras captured more than 9,000 hours of the demo, renovation and meticulous replication of the Brady Bunch house. The series will kick off with an extended 90-minute blockbuster premiere episode.

“A Very Brady Renovation is the programming event of the year that Brady Bunch and HGTV superfans have been waiting for,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. “HGTV and the Brady Bunch house together is as big as we anticipated, and it’s been fun to see and hear how everyone lights up with excitement whenever we mention anything related to Brady.”

As part of the renovation, HGTV crowdsourced vintage furniture and décor items true to the original TV series, some of which will be featured in A Very Brady Renovation. High-demand items for the Brady Bunch home reno included the living room couch and credenza, Greg’s attic radio, the front door handles and several of the home’s legendary tchotchkes.
HGTV left no stone unturned, creating a perfect replica of the home down to the horse statue next to the staircase and the stuffed animal giraffe in the girls’ bedroom,” added Latman. “Viewers will be on the edge of their seats each week to see how we pulled it all off, and we can promise they’ll be transported back in time when they see the final result.”