At this point, we're super attached to the Property Brothers on HGTV. The Scott twins feel like family to avid-watchers, so it only makes sense that Drew Scott would invite fans to watch him and his fianceé Linda Phan create their dream home before tying the knot on their new show, Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House. According to HGTV, "it's a family affair from beginning to end as Drew finds the home, Jonathan Scott designs it, and Linda oversees the decorating." The premiere of the new show is right around the corner, so scoll down to see everything you need to know about the series!
When Does Drew's Honeymoon House premiere?
The very first episode of the new season of Property Brothers at Home will air on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 9/8c on HGTV. In the premiere, the trio will "begin transforming the home from tired to luxurious with projects in the entrance, powder room, office and living room," according to HGTV. The premiere will also set the stage and explain that this is "their most personal and largest project ever," and that Drew and Jonathan "have just 12 weeks to renovate the outdated house into the family home of their dreams."
Will Linda Phan's parents be on the show?
We will be getting to know Drew's finaceé Linda a lot better this season, and it's likely we'll also meet her family since the show is all about preparing for their big pre-wedding party at the house. Both of her parents were in attendance at Drew's special proposal party for Linda, according to People, and are supportive of the marriage.
Where is Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House filmed?
Where else could two TV stars live but sunny LA? HGTV says that the show will follow the duo after they "just bought a vintage fixer-upper in Los Angeles," so we will get to see their daily lives in the City of Angels.
Is Drew Scott married yet?
Since the show was filmed earlier, many fans are wondering if Drew and Linda have tied the knot already. The answer is no, they're still engaged, and the season of Drew's Honeymoon House will end with a big pre-wedding party. It sounds like we're going to have to wait until 2018 to see a wedding. "To be honest, our lives are always busy. But nothing is ever going to let me slow down on tying the knot with the woman that I love," Drew told ET. "We don't want to slow down. We're still doing spring of next year." He says the wedding will take place in Europe, but nothing is final.
Though he's been super busy with Dancing with the Stars, being on the show has actually helped with the wedding planning. He was able to convince partner Emma Slater and Sasha Farber to both appear on their HGTV show and attend their nuptials. "They're teaching us our first dance," he gushed. "Linda and I want to do a mashup. Right now we're super busy with DWTS, but Emma is going to continue working with us because we want to be able to learn a little swing, a little bit of jazz or Charleston or hip-hop. It's so fun. Dance is just addicting."