Marcia! Marcia! Marcia! Yes, the Bradys are back! Well, at least their house with a complete renovation performed by the HGTV team.
HGTV has gone out and purchased one of the most iconic houses in TV land in August — “The Brady Bunch” house, according to the network.
With full plans to restore the house to its former glory, HGTV will premier the complete restoration of the house on a new series called “A Very Brady Renovation.”
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The new series will air on HGTV in September 2019, allowing viewers to get a little bit nostalgic about their favorite ’70s show.
The original Brady house resides in Los Angeles, California, and HGTV has some spectacular plans for its renovation.
HGTV’s plans for the 2000 square foot home will take it right back to its original appearance that everyone knows, loves and remembers, keeping the integrity of the home alive.
This walk down memory lane will be sure to include that ’70s-inspired wood paneling, floating staircase, orange and green kitchen, and Jack-and-Jill bathroom, where many scenes from the show played out.
Making this series even more enticing is the chance to see Greg, Marcia, Peter, Jan, Bobby, and Cindy see the home restored to the glam spectacular it was when “The Brady Bunch” initially aired.
Johnathan and Drew Scott from “Property Brothers,” Mina Starsiak and Karen E. Laine from “Good Bones,” Leanne and Steve Ford from “Restored by the Fords,” Jasmine Roth from “Hidden Potential” and Lara Spencer from “Flea Market Flip” will also be there for the house unveiling!
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Throughout the series, fans can also expect a number of star cameos as HGTV has big plans for the series — an undertaking that will be one of the biggest and most recognized renovations the network has ever undertaken.
“What’s so exciting about this project is that we are creating one of the most iconic homes from many of our viewers’ childhoods,” Loren Ruch, senior vice president, HGTV programming and partnerships told the network.
“It will be the first time in history that the house from all of our memories will be created in a real brick-and-mortar location. It is certain to be a trip down memory lane,” she added.
Plus, fans will be treated to a variety of interviews from cast members of the HTGV series on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and HGTV.com.
The Brady house is the second most photographed house in the U.S., according to HGTV, trailing just behind the White House.
Sherman Schwartz created “The Brady Bunch” in 1969. It ran for five seasons until 1974. A number of spin-off series, specials, and movies came out of the series, which continued to run in syndication for the next generation to enjoy.
And that folks, is the story of how this house became the Brady Bunch’s — once again!
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