A Closer Look At Why Property Brothers Is Totally Fake

In the world of home improvement dramas, Drew and Jonathan Scott are kings. The Canadian twin brothers have created one of the most compulsively watchable shows in the home-decorating universe. But is everything what it seems? Not exactly. Here’s why Property Brothers is totally fake.

Although a tiny fraction of the Scott brothers’ clients may actually be shopping around for a house, it seems most of them already have their home picked out, if not under contract.

Jonathan told Popsugar,

“We have homeowners who have identified a house that they already like. Because everything moves so fast for the show, we have found that it doesn’t work well for people who haven’t even started searching.”

In short, the walking-around-looking-at-houses portion is often just for show – as is the drawn-out, dramatic deliberation between the buyers as to which home they’ll choose.

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House-hunting for the cameras | 0:20
Faking the real deals | 0:52
Not renovating the whole house? | 1:33
Taking it easy | 2:05
Amping up the drama | 2:42
Scripted drama, legit hosts | 3:47

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