Actors who Played TV Siblings in ‘The Brady Bunch’ Reunite at Their Iconic TV Home

The Brady kids and HGTV casts photographed in front of the original Brady Brunch house in Los Angeles, CA, on Nov. 1, 2018.
Photographer: Christopher Polk

HGTV’s new show about renovating the Brady Bunch house may not premiere until 2019, but the network has already released a peek at what’s sure to be one of the show’s most emotional moments.

A Very Brady Renovation brings all six Brady kids together for the first time in fifteen years and pairs them with HGTV designers to help renovate the house that served as the famous facade of their TV home on the series from 1969 to 1974. (All the interior scenes were filmed on a separate soundstage.)

In a teaser shared on Brady Renovation Central and Facebook, Barry Williams (Greg), Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), Mike Lookinland (Bobby) and Susan Olsen (Cindy) arrive at the house, some seeing it for the first time.

THE BRADY BUNCH, (back): Christopher Knight, Barry Williams, Ann B. Davis, (center): Eve Plumb, Florence Henderson, Robert Reed, Maureen McCormick, (front): Susan Olsen, Mike Lookinland, (Season 5), 1969-74

“Oh wow. Look at that,” says Williams, describing the experience of seeing the home in person as “unreal,” before asking McCormick, “Familiar?”

“Yes and no,” she replies. “This is so cool.”

Plumb and Knight arrive next. “Can you believe this? It’s been so long,” exclaims Knight, hugging his TV siblings. “We never worked here. I didn’t know where this house was,” he explains in a later interview filmed for the show. “We’re discovering it for the first time, taking it all in.”

Christopher Polk

Lookinland and Olsen round out the group, who all pause outside to hug one another.

“You guys, we’re all here together. How long has it been? All six of us are here together again, after 15 years of not being together as a group,” says McCormick.

Adds Lookinland, “It’s great to see my Brady brothers and sisters. It’s thrilling. It’s really amazing.”

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SOURCE: PEOPLE, by Mackenzie Schmidt