The Property Brothers Make Their Latest HGTV Series a Family Affair
For Property Brothers fans who are enjoying Drew Scott on Dancing with the Stars, life is about to get even better for you. HGTV is adding a five-episode series that involves Scott and his fiancée, Linda Phan. Clear your DVR and get ready for this exciting Property Brothers spinoff; trust us, you won't want to miss this.
From Refinery29, we know that Drew’s Honeymoon House will be a family affair with Scott and his twin brother, Jonathan, joining in on the renovations of a recently purchased Los Angeles home. Since the 3,400-square-foot home was built in the 1920s, there are sure to be a few issues surrounding the restoration.
According to HGTV, “Drew finds the home, Jonathan designs it and Linda oversees the decorating.” It sounds pretty cut and dry, right? It will be great to see each family member play to their strengths (some of which we've seen before on Property Brothers), but it's also really heartwarming to see the whole family coming together for this super-special project. Of course, the pressure is on because the talented family needs to finish the construction in time for the engaged couple to throw a pre-wedding celebration in the new house.
The Scott twins are always up to some sort of shenanigans; with Phan joining the team, it will be fun to not only get to meet the newest member of the Scott family, but also see what kind of design eye she brings to the team. It sounds like she’s ready for it, because HGTV is promising that she will "don a tool belt, wield a hammer, and work side-by-side with Drew and Jonathan during each step of the renovation."
The rest of the twins’ family will also be jumping into the mix for the series, so expect appearances from their parents, Jim and Joanne, along with their big brother, J.D. It’s the exact type of zaniness fans would expect from the entire Scott clan.
Recently, Drew Scott has been dancing from project to project — literally — since he’s also tearing it up on the ballroom floor on DWTS. He sailed through with flying colors on Disney week with a Viennese waltz to the tune of “Rainbow Connection” from The Muppet Movie. Perhaps his partner, Emma Slater, will also make an appearance on Drew's Honeymoon House?
The HGTV series begins on Nov. 22, just a day after the DWTS finale. Who knows? Maybe Drew will be bringing a Mirrorball Trophy home to decorate his newly constructed mantel.