HGTV has renewed its popular competition series Brother vs. Brother while greenlighting four new shows, the network said Friday.
Brother vs. Brother, which pits real estate experts Drew and Jonathan Scott against each other in a home renovation and house flipping showdown, will return for its fourth season, according to HGTV.
Other shows getting a greenlight are Container Homes, which transforms reused steel into eco-friendly homes; Build Small, Live Anywhere, which helps families move small homes to dream locales; Mexico Life, which showcases homebuyers in search of homes south of the boarder; and Vintage Flip, starring professional home flippers Jessie and Tina Rodriquez.
“We’re bringing home fantasies to life whether the series strikes a romantic chord or a desire for a simpler life in a gorgeous old farmhouse,” said Allison Page, general manager, HGTV, DIY Network and Great American Country in a statement.
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