Fear Not, Property Brothers Stars Will Be on HGTV Through 2022 (At Least)

Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott have signed a new deal with HGTV to continue the Property Brothers franchise

By Chris Harnick Dec 17, 2019 2:58 PMTags
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Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott aren't going anywhere. The two brothers, known for their Property Brothers franchise on HGTV, have signed a new deal with the network through 2022.

In addition to the new deal, Property Brothers: Forever Home and Brother vs. Brother were renewed for new seasons. As executive producers at Scott Brothers Entertainment, Drew and Jonathan will also develop exclusive home-related shows and digital content in partnership with HGTV.

"Drew and Jonathan are multi-talented HGTV stars and producers who deliver innovative and impactful content across all our platforms—linear and digital," Jane Latman, president of HGTV, said in a statement. "They are great collaborators, full of fun ideas and our audience and advertisers love them. It's why we've ordered 40 more episodes of Property Brothers: Forever Home and six new episodes of Brother vs. Brother and why we have several new projects in development with them."

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Episodes of Forever Home feature the brothers helping families renovate their existing homes to their liking and needs, making it a house they can continue to inhabit happily. With Brother vs. Brother, the two compete against each other with weekly challenges in a home renovation.

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In addition to the Property Brothers franchise the two were involved in HGTV's A Very Brady Renovation. Property Brothers was nominated for an Emmy in 2015 in the Outstanding Structured Reality Program.

"HGTV is a great partner that's very open to exploring new content development approaches and has a collaborative, dynamic creative process," Drew said in a statement. "Our relationship with HGTV is special because of our many successes together, and we want to keep that going for a long time to come," Jonathan said.

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