From a media release:
Bryan Baeumler is all business this fall as HGTV Canada’s all-star contractor straps on his toolbelt to deliver two new seasons with the return of hit series Leave It To Bryan and House of Bryan. Leave It To Bryan, premiering with back-to-back episodes Mondays at 10pm ET/PT beginning August 31, enters its fifth season as homeowners leave their keys, cash and renovation in Bryan’s hands. Fresh off the tremendous success of House of Bryan: In The Sticks, the #1 series ever on HGTV Canada*, Bryan and his wife Sarah return to complete their forever home in House of Bryan: The Final Straw, premiering with back-to-back episodes Sundays at 9pm ET/PT beginning October 11.
The fifth season of Leave It To Bryan follows the veteran contractor as he tackles everything from a 100-year-old house to homeowners with small budgets but big demands, and more than a few speed bumps along the way on each project. It might not be his house, but the power is in Bryan’s hands as he gives the homeowners the renovation they really need. As the new season of Leave It To Bryan wraps up on October 12, Bryan launches straight into House of Bryan: The Final Straw a day earlier on October 11.
With the stunning addition to their country home finally complete, Bryan is anxious to keep the renovation momentum going. In House of Bryan:The Final Straw, Bryan begins renovating the interior of the untouched original home while Sarah reprises her role as designer. After the long and arduous task of building their dream addition, Bryan and Sarah are hoping for a smoother journey but with a shorter timeline and a tighter budget, it could be anything but clear sailing. Despite the huge task at hand, Bryan can’t help but escape the rigors of the indoors to take on side projects around the property, including the addition of a chicken coop and finally completing the treehouse.
Leave It To Bryan and House of Bryan: The Final Straw are produced by Si Entertainment in association with HGTV Canada. Bryan and Sarah will also be featured in the recently green-lit Canadian original series Bryan Inc. (WT).