Jonathan and Drew Head to the Beach for a New Season of “Brother Vs. Brother”

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29 May 2017
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Brother vs Brother
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“Brother Vs. Brother”
Season Premiere Wednesday, May 31 at 9 PM ET/PT on HGTV
 
          The new season of Brother vs. Brother brings the brothers to Galveston, Texas, for a new challenge: waterfront homes. Armed with $600,000 each, Jonathan and Drew buy two drab seaside homes in need of some serious TLC and compete to transform them into dream-worthy vacation retreats.

          As if transforming two homes in just a few weeks wasn’t difficult enough, the brothers are facing new challenges this seaside season as they confront structural and material issues thanks to Galveston’s (beautiful) saltwater-laden air and heavy moisture and humidity. Jonathan and Drew also start with very different types of blank slates — Jonathan’s house is a single-story 3-bedroom with seriously outdated finishes, and Drew’s house is a two-story drowning in wood paneling in need of a complete gut job.
 
Brother vs Brother
Photo by Paul Ladd/AP Images
          The Scott Brothers play even harder than they work, so it should be no surprise that we’ll also see them exploring all the fun and games Galveston has to offer this season. To up the ante of the weekly room challenge, the winner will get to send the loser off on miserable outings like riding a scary amusement park ride on repeat, climbing an 81-foot obstacle ropes course or catching shrimp for dinner — all while the winner parties it up with friends flyboarding, playing with penguins and zip-lining.

Brother vs Brother
Photo by Paul Ladd/AP Images
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