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Property Brothers: Forever Home

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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 update a couple's home while preserving its history, ensuring it works for years to come.
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After having two kids, the major overhaul needed to create a couple's forever home hasn't happened; they call on Drew and Jonathan to make their spaces function for their needs before they adopt a second rescue puppy.
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Drew and Jonathan's friends, Brian and Meghan, bought a spacious Las Vegas home over 13 years ago; the awkward layout and dated builder-basic spaces are standing in their way of true enjoyment, so the brothers work to give them their dream space.
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A family's entire life revolves around cycling, but their house doesn't support their active lifestyle; Drew and Jonathan take on the challenge of transforming the house into a forever home that works both on and off a bicycle.
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Though a couple fell in love with their suburban Las Vegas home 13 years ago, raising sons has taken its toll and it's now tired and severely outdated; the brothers come up with a plan that leaves them with a home that's ready for the next chapter.
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Jonathan and Drew tackle a couple's kitchen, office, mudroom and master bathroom to give their classic-yet-outdated home a much-needed upgrade.
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A couple bought her childhood home and the outdated layout and decor aren't working for their family; Drew and Jonathan rework the dining room, kitchen and living room, and take on a special project for their twins.
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Jonathan and Drew overhaul a couple's home which they bought when they were newlyweds; they update the dated kitchen and give the home a more modern feel.
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A couple looked at over 50 houses before finding the one, and they want to maximize every square inch to make it their forever home; Drew and Jonathan tackle the main floor and deck to give them their dream home, inside and out.
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Drew and Jonathan step in and overhaul the tired living room, kitchen and dining room of an aging home.
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Jonathan and Drew help a family of five create a space where they can gather in their suburban Las Vegas home.
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Jonathan and Drew update the kitchen, living room, dining area and basement in a worn-out house for a couple with two young daughters.
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Newlyweds Nora and Diego live with Diego's parents and grandmother in their single-level home in Richmond, Va.; the brothers help them expand a single-level home so they can better enjoy family time, before freshening up the house's curb appeal.
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A couple buys a small, two-bedroom home before unexpectedly having children; Drew and Jonathan rethink their cramped layout so this miracle family can stay in the home they love.
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Over the years, a couple's home has become the family hub for holidays and celebrations, but the closed-off layout cramps their entertaining and everyday style.
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A couple with two daughters is tired of their home's cramped layout that isn't functional for their modern family; Jonathan and Drew transform the house while preserving its history to ensure it works for generations to come.
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Jonathan and Drew take on a full-scale renovation to convert their brother's bachelor pad into a forever home for him and his bride-to-be.
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A couple's vintage home has lost some of its charm after nine years of living there with their twin sons; Drew and Jonathan overhaul the entry, living room, dining room, and kitchen, creating a family home to love for years.
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A couple calls on Drew and Jonathan to overhaul their home's cramped kitchen and awkward layout to make their home better suited for their busy lifestyle.
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A single mother's house lacks space for teenage hangouts and family baking sessions; Jonathan and Drew tackle multiple rooms to give the trio a home where all of their family and friends can hang out in comfort and style.
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Since buying their Las Vegas house as newlyweds, a couple's charming home is bursting at the seams with the addition of two kids and a mother-in-law.

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