Many of the surviving members of the beloved Brady Bunch television series recently reunited to kick off HGTV’s new renovation series featuring their iconic TV home, but now as it turns out they are going to be a big part of the series!
The six actors who starred as the Brady children on the iconic series came back together for the first time in 15 years for A Very Brady Renovation, and announced that each would be teaming up with designers from popular HGTV shows to restore the home inside and out.
“You know when there are times in your life where everything comes together and it just feels like it was so meant to be and everything feels right? That’s how this feels,” Maureen McCormick, 62, who played Marcia Brady, told PEOPLE. “It’s so perfect.”
McCormick will be paired up with Property Brothers stars Drew and Jonathan Scott and will be focusing on redoing the home’s front facade, entryway and living room. “In my heart, I am so fond of everything that this house represents,” McCormick said. “This is going to be an amazing year. They’ve taken the greatest HGTV stars who are all so nice. You can just see their hearts, which I love. They’re beautiful people and I think they’re going to do an amazing job on this. I can see that they really care.”
Susan Olsen, who played Cindy Brady, will be teaming up with Good Bones stars Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E Laine to tackle the girls’ bedroom, the second floor landing and the jack-and-jill bathroom. The team will be helped by Mike Lookinland, who played Bobby Brady, and will also take on the boys’ bedroom.
Even Plumb, who played Jan Brady, will be working with sister-brother team Leanne and Steve Ford from HGTV’s Restored by the Fords to work on the family room and the kitchen.
Hidden Potential‘s Jasmine Roth will take over the master suite with Christopher Knight (Peter Brady) and Mike’s Den and Office with Barry Williams (Greg Brady). Flea Market Flip‘s Lara Spencer will partner with Plumb and Williams on Greg’s Attic and Alice’s room.
“Our responsibility is that we don’t screw this up,” Drew Scott said of the project. “In the end, we want to make sure that what we do is exactly what this house should look like.”
A Very Brady Renovation is set to air in 2019 on HGTV.