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In the home renovation series Property Brothers: Forever Home, the Scott brothers help people to change their homes into someplace they want to stay forever. The twist here is that the renovations are made to the owners' existing houses instead of new properties.Property Brothers: Forever Home is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on May 29, 2019.

Property Brothers: Forever Home is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Property Brothers: Forever Home on demand atPhilo, Amazon, Hulu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, HGTV online.

Wednesday at 9:00 PM on HGTV
4 Seasons, 46 Episodes
May 29, 2019
Home & Garden, Reality
Cast: Jonathan Scott, Drew Scott
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Property Brothers: Forever Home Full Episode Guide

  • An athletic family of four love their home, but their sons' indoor play has left their walls full of scuffs and the floors in need of repair. Drew and Jonathan completely overhaul the main level to create a functional house and space to hang out.

  • The Brothers renovate a couple's home who need space to start a family.

  • A couple jumped at the chance to adopt four children, but now their home isn't functional for a family of six. Drew and Jonathan overhaul the home to provide a solid foundation for the kids' new lives and a home that will grow with them for years to come.

  • Just as Drew and Jonathan begin renovating a couple's home, a tree falls on the property and demolishes the upper floor. With the timeline extended, the Brothers transform the entire house to give the family a safe and beautiful space.

  • A couples dream of being parents came true when they had their girls, but theyve delayed moving to their new home because it needs a complete overhaul. Drew and Jonathan rework multiple spaces to create more flow and give the family cozy transformation.

  • A couple that lived abroad returned home seven years ago to raise their kids in the perfect neighborhood. As the kids get older, the house is becoming more cramped, so Drew and Jonathan transform the entire main floor into a light and functional space.

  • Patricia and Bruce have lived in a suburban home for more than ten years. It is their first home where they raised their son Logan.

  • Drew and Jonathan rework spaces to give a family a fresh, modern home.

  • Andrew and Keri find a spacious detached home where they can raise their family.

  • Drew and Jonathan give a couple's home more flow and functionality.

  • A couple who are fans of comics get some renovations that would give their home a transformation and house their interest.

  • Drew and Jonathan help a couple tackle half-finished projects.

  • A couple buys her outdated childhood home. Drew and Jonathan rework the dining room, kitchen, and living room, while taking on a special project for their twins.

  • Drew and Jonathan create space for a couple where everyone can gather.

  • Drew and Jonathan help a couple transform the main floor of their home and balance their modern aesthetic with child-friendly function.

  • Jonathan and Drew help a family complete updates to their home.

  • After welcoming their third child, a couple is struggling with the lack of space in their home. Jonathan and Drew rework the entire house so the family can stay in the home they love and the school district their eldest son needs.

  • A single mom that beat cancer wants to transform her closed-off, dated home into an open space where she and her family can heal. Drew and Jonathan reconfigure her main floor to allow better flow and design a kitchen that works for her entire family.

  • A family loves their home and wouldn't dream of leaving the tight-knit community, but the house feels smaller as the kids get older. Jonathan and Drew rework their main floor so they can entertain and watch the kids become teens.

  • A couple's home used to be the entertainment hub for their friends, but now it feels like an outdated children's play area. Drew and Jonathan rework the space to create a home that's perfect for entertaining and raising a family.

  • A couple that took a step back from busy careers to focus on their kids dreams of a layout that works for their family. Drew and Jonathan open up their floor plan to create a kitchen and living room that match the family's needs.

  • With never-before-seen footage, a couple looks at over 50 houses.

  • A couple's home feels like an outdated children's play area. Drew and Jonathan rework the space to create a home that's perfect for entertaining and raising a family.