Jonathan And Drew Scott Are Back With ‘Brothers Take New Orleans’ Wed. November 23

The Big Easy—known for colorful parades, exuberant music and dancing in the streets—gets even more exciting as popular HGTV stars Jonathan and Drew Scott take their home renovation sibling rivalry on the road in their new series Brothers Take New Orleans. Premiering Wednesday, November 23, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the four-episode series follows the twins as they completely renovate side-by-side shotgun-style homes and compete to score the highest property value as determined by a panel of local real estate experts. With just four weeks and $125,000 in their pockets, the stakes are higher than ever as they vie to increase the value of their homes and restore historical gems to their former glory.

The pressure is on as special guests, including CBS-TV’s NCIS star Scott Bakula, NBC-TV’s Today host, Hoda Kotb and Ben and Erin Napier, the stars of HGTV’s upcoming series Home Town, determine the winner of each week’s challenge.

“We are renovating side-by-side homes in this competition,” said Drew. “That means Jonathan and I are battling it out with just a shared wall between us. I love this!”

During the series, produced by Scott Brothers Entertainment, the brothers tackle a different space in the homes each week and work with local artists to bring the rich character of New Orleans into their renovations.

“I’ve done renovations all over the country, but I’ve never worked in New Orleans before,” added Jonathan. “I’m up for the challenge—it’s a new city and a new style of architecture. Let the good times roll!”

The action-packed episodes take viewers sightseeing from the French Quarter to the Garden District, following the brothers as they hit the streets of the historic city to visit famous landmarks, experience the culture and meet locals that can give them a leg up in the competition.

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  1. November 2, 2016

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