‘Property Brothers’ Renewed for 52 More Episodes by HGTV

Popular home renovation series stars twin brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott

HGTV has ordered 52 more episodes of “Property Brothers,” the network announced Friday.

The home buying-and-renovating reality series follows contractor Jonathan Scott and his twin brother Drew Scott, a real estate expert as they help families buy fixer uppers and turn them into their dream homes.

The 52-episode order does not include the upcoming 13-episode season set to premiere in February.

The show airs first on W Network in Canada, where the Scott brothers’ Scott Real Estate Inc. is based. In Canada, each season is 26 episodes, making the 52 episodes two more seasons, while it’s the equivalent of 4 more seasons on HGTV in the US.

HGTV has also ordered an additional 13 episodes of spinoff series “Property Brothers: Buying & Selling,” which has the Scott brothers helping families renovate their homes to sell in order to purchase their move-in ready dream homes.

The new season of “Property Brothers” premieres Wednesday, Feb.17 at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV.

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