Drew & Jonathan Scott’s ‘Brother Vs. Brother’ Renewed By HGTV


HGTV has ordered a new six-episode season of Brother vs. Brother, Drew and Jonathan Scott’s high-stakes house-flipping competition series.

The renewal comes off a strong previous season in which more than 21 million total viewers watched Drew best Jon for the crown.

In the next season, Drew and Jonathan are back in the Los Angeles-area to turn lukewarm homes into hot-ticket properties, and the Brother whose renovated property flips for the most profit will score coveted bragging rights. Brother vs. Brother is slated to premiere in summer 2022.

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“You can bet that when we combine Drew and Jonathan’s real estate and renovation expertise with their favorite past-time, one-upmanship, we’ll get a monumental, fun face-off that delivers awe-inspiring designs and valuable home improvement takeaways,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV & Streaming Home Content, Discovery, Inc. “Brother vs. Brother taps into a lifelong sibling rivalry that audiences can’t get enough of and when the brotherly mischief, practical jokes and trash talk of competition ends, will it be Drew or Jonathan who gloats as a champion or whimpers in defeat — this time?”

Brother vs. Brother is produced by Scott Brothers Entertainment, with Drew and Jonathan as executive producers. The New York Times best-selling authors also star in HGTV’s Property Brothers: Forever Home, which airs at 8 p.m. Wednesdays.

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