Property Brothers-Inspired Animated Series to Debut on Treehouse


Builder Brothers Dream Factory, an animated series inspired by HGTV Canada’s Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, is slated to premiere in Canada on Treehouse on March 26.

In the new show, the brothers are a pair of regular kids who use their imagination, grit and heart to help their friends and neighborhood. Together with their best friends Mel and Ayana, they try to make the world a better place, one dream at a time.

Builder Brothers Dream Factory is co-produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment and Scott Brothers Entertainment and is distributed by Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana. In addition to airing on Treehouse, the series will stream live and on-demand on STACKTV. Nelvana signed the show’s first major international distribution deal with Discovery Kids Latin America.

“We are so proud of this show and are excited for families to experience the creative world of the Builder Brothers,” said Amory Millard of Scott Brothers Entertainment. “Audiences can expect to see the same amount of wit, imagination and creative construction as they always do from Drew and Jonathan.”

“We are thrilled that this project was able to attract such diverse talent, both emerging and established, who can authentically speak to the experiences of the characters in this community,” said Carla de Jong of Sinking Ship Entertainment.

Mellany Welsh, head of Nelvana Enterprises, added, “Builder Brothers Dream Factory is a welcome addition to our kids portfolio, and Treehouse and STACKTV provide the perfect platform to deliver this entertaining series to our Canadian audiences. Drew and Jonathan are world-renowned for making dreams come true and thinking outside the box, which are values we share at Nelvana. We are excited to collaborate with Sinking Ship Entertainment and Scott Brothers Entertainment and look forward to inspiring kids to dream big by embarking on an adventure with the Builder Brothers that is full of transformation, creativity and resilience.”

“This series is one of our most personal projects to-date,” Drew commented. “Now that we have our own kids, we are more attuned to sharing the values our own parents instilled in us, but in a fresh and familiar way that resonates with families everywhere.”

“We were raised to believe that we can dream up any big idea, and there’s always a creative way to come together and solve any problem,” added Jonathan Scott. “We hope this series will inspire optimism and teamwork in every home and school across the country.”