New York – Jonathan and Drew Scott will saddle up for a big-time renovation as they head home to their childhood stomping grounds in Alberta, Canada in Property Brothers at Home on the Ranch. In each one-hour episode, Jonathan and Drew will enlist their brother JD to help renovate the sprawling 2,400-acre Rocky Mountains estate for their family friends Rosemarie and Tommy. Premiering Wednesday, November 25, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the HGTV series will follow the guys as they overhaul the cattle ranch in only 10 weeks, just in time for a 50th wedding anniversary party. In a special surprise for fans, Jonathan and Drew will perform “Hold On” and “Let the Night Shine In”—their first country music singles—in the show. Both songs were written by Jonathan and Drew, along with award-winning Nashville-based songwriters/producers Victoria Shaw and Chad Carlson.
“A lot of people don’t know this, but we were ranch kids—we grew up corralling horses, herding cattle and working hard on the farm. So we can’t wait to take this trip down memory lane to help out our dear family friends,” said Jonathan.
Produced by Scott Brothers Entertainment, Property Brothers at Home on the Ranch will feature top-to-bottom renovations of the ranch house—with a full overhaul of the 2,800 sq. ft. log home that includes a new kitchen, dining room, living room, wood-burning fireplace and bathroom with soaker tub. In addition, the Scott brothers will renovate the 500 sq. ft. guest cabin, adding a proper bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and fireplace. They also will restore the eight-stall horse stable by expanding the patio areas, repainting the barn’s interior, adding new stalls and redesigning the tack room.
“It’s a family affair—mom, dad and JD are all here to help,” said Drew. “And if you thought last season’s reno in Vegas was fun, giddy-up because you ain’t seen nothing yet!”
Fans who want exclusive online content for Property Brothers at Home on the Ranch, including behind-the-scenes footage and photo galleries of the ranch, can visit HGTV.com/BrothersAtHome. The site also features a new digital series, The Scott Seat, which stars the Brothers as they answer fan questions on topics ranging from real estate to relationships. Fans also can interact on social media using #BrothersAtHome.