Scripted Comedy Based on HGTV’s ‘Property Brothers’ in Development at Fox

“It Takes Two” will be adapted from Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott’s memoir

Property Brothers
HGTV's 'Property Brothers'

The renovation “New Fox” is undergoing just called in a pair of experts. Fox broadcast network is developing a scripted comedy based on HGTV’s popular “Property Brothers,” Jonathan Scott and Drew Scott.

“It Takes Two” will follow two entrepreneurial twin brothers who decide to join forces in the real estate business when they realize they are stronger together than apart, per the broadcast channel.

In real life, Jonathan is a contractor and Drew is a real estate agent. The duo has several hit shows on the now Discovery-owned cable channel, including competition series “Brother vs. Brother.”

“It Takes Two,” which has a script order plus penalty at Fox, is a single-camera adaptation of the twin brothers’ New York Times best-selling memoir, “It Takes Two: Our Story.” It hails from The Tannenbaum Company in association with Lionsgate Television and Scott Brothers Entertainment, has a script order with penalty at Fox.

Jon and Josh Silberman from “Always Sunny in Philadelphia” are attached as writers and executive producers. Kim and Eric Tannenbaum, Drew and Jonathan Scott, and Austin Winberg are the non-writing exec producers. Jason Wang is a co-executive producer.

The Silbermans are repped by ICM Partners and Jackoway Tyerman. Drew and Jonathan Scott are repped by CAA. Winsberg is repped by CAA, Underground, and attorney Michael Schenkman. The Tannenbaum Company is repped by CAA and attorney Jeff Finklestein.