REPORT: The ‘Brady Bunch’ Home Renovation Needs Your Help! (VIDEOS)

MARCH 12, 2019

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Attention “Brady Bunch” fans! As you’ve no doubt heard, HGTV has purchased the Studio City, CA, home that was used for exterior shots in the original show. Now, the network plans to renovate both the exterior and interior, to match the backdrops we all came to know and love, in a new reality show slated to air in September, “A Very Brady Renovation.”

Yet apparently, finding those iconic furnishings that played a supporting role for the family’s shenanigans is proving to be a real needle-in-a-haystack hunt—and HGTV needs your help! So start sifting through your attic, basement, local flea market, eBay, and otherwise to find these hidden gems. The Very Brady Scavenger Hunt is on!

The article goes on to state the following:

“Many of these 1970s items are very rare and hard to find,” Abbi McCollum, vice president of convergence and social media for HGTV, explained in a press release. “We’ve seen an incredible response from ‘Brady Bunch’ fans across social media since we first announced the series. Now, we need their help to get the renovation of the house just right.”

While HGTV has provided a full list of what it’s looking for, here’s a sampling that is sure to inspire a TV flashback or two:

  • The avocado-and-cream flowered sofa that was the seat of many a family conference
  • The credenza under the staircase and the horse statue on top of it
  • Greg’s old-fashioned attic radio
  • Alice’s matchy-matchy bedroom furniture suite
  • Those fish trivets that were hung on the kitchen wall by the green refrigerator—and the green refrigerator itself
  • The stainless-steel double wall oven
  • The stuffed giraffe in the girls’ bedroom
  • A vertical, trapezoid shaped curio cabinet
  • The handles on the front door
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