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Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott help Hollywood A-listers express their deep gratitude to the individuals who have had a major impact on their lives by surprising them with big, heartwarming home renovations.

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Rebel Wilson's newly married hairstylist and best friend spent her savings to buy a home, leaving the couple with barely any money to renovate the backyard; Rebel works with Drew and Jonathan to turn the arid space into an oasis.
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Actor Jeremy Renner is moving his mother to Los Angeles to be closer to her family; he calls on Drew and Jonathan Scott to transform her dated condo into a modern-meets-cozy oasis.
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Actor Brad Pitt recruits Drew and Jonathan to help him surprise his friend and makeup artist of 30 years by renovating her detached garage; they turn her 400-square-foot unit into a guest suite, makeup station and storage area.
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Viola Davis heads to Minneapolis to surprise her best friend of 30 years with a home renovation; Jonathan and Drew create a peaceful sanctuary.
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Melissa McCarthy visits Chicago to give back to her aunt and uncle, both retired cops; Melissa creates an upstairs retreat where her aunt can entertain, and a downstairs man cave equipped with all the comforts her uncle deserves.
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Singer Michael Bublé pays tribute to his grandfather by fulfilling his final wish: to provide his caretaker with a place to live; Michael calls on Drew and Jonathan Scott to help him renovate his grandfather's house before surprising her with it.

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Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott aim to help couples find fixer-uppers and transform them into dream homes. The brothers use state-of-the-art imagery programs to unveil their plans for how the properties will look after the transformation. But the potential home buyers have to take a risk to make the twins' vision come true, and it's up to Jonathan and Drew to convince the couples that purchasing an older home in need of work is the best option.
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Jonathan and Drew Scott from the Emmy-nominated series "Property Brothers" are on a mission to turn average things into the things of dreams. The Scott brothers help families overhaul their hidden gems by unlocking each home's full potential. They seek out couples who are already settled and who want to completely remodel their homes to fit their families' needs, wishes and dreams. The brothers take the couples on a tour of newly renovated homes to find out what they love and the things that they can't live without. With all of this in mind, they use 3D graphics to bring each family's design dreams to life -- within budget of course.
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Jonathan and Drew Scott have renovated hundreds of family homes on three hit HGTV series: "Property Brothers," "Buying and Selling" and "Brother vs. Brother." But they have never faced clients as tough as the ones in their newest adventure, "Property Brothers at Home." The series follows the twins as they complete a massive renovation of their own home in Las Vegas just in time for a family reunion. Joined by older brother JD, the two redesign and rebuild the plain 5,000-square-foot Mediterranean home into a perfect family retreat. Customized features include 24-foot built-in shelves that showcase unique keepsakes from around the world, and outdoor "fun zones" like a water slide, a putting green, a theater and a swim-up bar.
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The "Property Brothers," Drew and Jonathan Scott, take their tag-team real estate partnership to the next level in "Buying and Selling." Drew helps home buyers find the right property to purchase, but before closing on the deal, the buyers' current home needs attention, and lots of it, in order to make it salable. That's where Jonathan comes in. To leverage its value, Jonathan comes up with a plan to breathe fresh life into the home, and he and his contracting team take over from there. Drew then oversees the selling of the renovated home and the buying of a new house.
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Two brothers go against each other as they each mentor home improvement experts for a prize.
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The six remaining members of the iconic sitcom join forces with HGTV stars to renovate the iconic real-life "Brady Bunch" home in Los Angeles.
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One might think combining business with family would create an unworkable dynamic for brother and sister Steve and Leanne Ford, but that couldn't be further from the truth. "We feel comfortable pushing each other to new limits to get the most out of each design," says Leanne, who works with her sibling to enliven older Pittsburgh homes with beautiful, unique custom renovations. An interior designer, Leanne creates new looks and floor plans for the homes, many of which are a bit out of the ordinary and unconventional. Steve is a licensed contractor with "MacGyver-like" carpentry skills. He's adept at executing his sister's vision to maximize the charm and functionality of the properties.
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When craftsman Jay Chaikin has a design idea, he relies on the environment for inspiration. In "Restoration Wild," Chaikin scours the countryside to reclaim abandoned items and transform them into livable, spectacular spaces, helping clients to reconnect with nature. His toolbox of materials includes rusted-out buses, old barns and abandoned railway cars -- weathered remnants of yesteryear that Jay and his team upcycle for the one-of-a-kind builds. The catch: the structures must flow seamlessly with the surroundings and appear to be a century old. With limited resources, Chaikin looks to the land to help deliver jaw-dropping results. In 2012, Chaikin was featured in the National Geographic Channel series "Abandoned," in which he and two buddies salvage valuables from dilapidated buildings.
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"Good Bones" follows the blueprint of several series on HGTV or DIY Network that showcase revitalization specialists who turn rundown homes into stunning remodels. In this case, it's mother/daughter duo Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak transforming properties in and around their hometown of Indianapolis. Karen's legal background and Mina's real estate knowledge help them secure diamonds in the rough, and then they hire out demo and construction duties -- or get help from family -- to get the houses done on time and on budget.