In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, The Brady Bunch made viewers involuntarily hum its insanely catchy theme song, and nearly 50 years later, the iconic show has stirred up nostalgic feelings with HGTV's A Very Brady Renovation. In August 2018, HGTV purchased the house—located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California through Douglas Elliman Real Estate—and fully transformed it into a replica of the original TV set that once stood at Paramount Studios.
And over a year later, on September 9, 2019, A Very Brady Renovation officially premiered on HGTV, bringing in a whopping 8.1 million viewers for its first episode—an all-time record for the network. Each week, the limited TV series focuses on different spaces within The Brady Bunch house, worked on by a different combination of Brady kids and HGTV stars—culminating to incredible reveals. By the final episode, HGTV viewers will see the entire house unveiled with all its ‘70s charm.
From the home's exterior to the grand entrance to the retro home decor, the limited TV series pays close attention to every single detail, with guidance from the Brady kids who know the home better than anyone else. While you wait for the next episode of A Very Brady Renovation, check out some fun facts you may not have realized about the house—and the show itself.