Andy Cohen Channels ‘Brady Bunch’ Spirit Acting in Newly Renovated House in Hilarious Video
Being the hilarious soul that he is, the "Watch What Happens: Live" host, Andy Cohen, enjoyed his first visit to the iconic Brady Bunch house by acting out as brother Peter as he ran about the house.
The "Watch What Happens: Live" host recently visited the most famous house in the world: Brady Bunch house.
Cohen shared a hilarious video of himself moving about the house as he navigated through the house acting as brother Peter from the famous sitcom "The Brady Bunch."
The host had the chance to live out his childhood fantasy, and it is pretty evident that he enjoyed every moment of it.
AN AWESOME PREMIERE
HGTV purchased the iconic Brady House back in August 2018 to give it a new makeover. The replica of the original TV set is as charming as it was during the 70s.
Fans had been holding their breath for the premiere of "A Very Brady Renovation" since then. The wait finally came to an end when the show premiered on September 9.
The show successfully set an all-time record for the network after bringing in 8.1 million viewers for the first episode.
By the final episode of the show, the viewers can see the entire house in its former glory.
STIRRING UP NOSTALGIC VIBES
The second most photographed home in the US was recreated by the HGTV team with the help of Brady kids, who reunited after 15 years.
The Brady kids--Maureen McCormick (Marcia), Susan Olsen (Cindy), Barry Williams (Greg), Christopher Knight (Peter), Eve Plumb (Jan), and Mike Lookinland (Bobby)--all got together to recreate the iconic house.
With the help of HGTV's best hosts, the stars came together to make the amazing project a success.
According to Jane Latman, the president of HGTV, the network paid meticulous attention to every detail during the renovation.
Along with the Brady crew, the cast members for the show include the "Property Brothers" stars, Jonathan and Drew Scott, "Restored by the Fords" siblings Leanne and Steve Ford, "Flea Market Flip" host Lara Spencer, and "Hidden Potential" star Jasmine Roth.
The final episode of the show "A Sunshine Day on Clinton Way" will air on September 30.