The forged members of “The Brady Bunch” have come collectively to plea for the general public’s assist in discovering iconic gadgets from the home featured within the common sitcom that appear to have vanished.
The actors who performed the six youngsters of the beloved household seem in a video asking if the general public has seen gadgets akin to the lounge sofa, a horse statue and a stuffed animal that was featured within the present. A full gallery of the gadgets lacking could be seen right here.
“Assist us end ‘The Brady Bunch’ home,” Christopher Knight, who performed Peter Brady on the present, is heard saying within the video.
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The forged members are presently in the midst of filming “A Very Brady Renovation,” which is slated to air in September on HGTV. The sequence will comply with the actors as they plan to overtake the house that was the middle of the enduring tv present.
“Many of those 1970s gadgets are very uncommon and laborious to search out,” Abbi McCollum, vp of convergence and social media for HGTV, stated in an announcement to Fox Information. “We’ve seen an unbelievable response from Brady Bunch followers throughout social media since we first introduced the sequence. Now, we want their assist to get the renovation of the home good.”
The community can also be seeking to observe down gadgets that have been just like these seen in episodes from the present.
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“You probably have or know the place to search out comparable gadgets that appeared on an episode of The Brady Bunch, tell us!” McCollum stated.
Final 12 months, the house was purchased by HGTV following a bidding conflict that included *NSYNC singer Lance Bass. The 2-bedroom, three-bathroom split-level house was put up on the market after the youngsters of the unique householders, George and Violet McCallister, determined to promote the property when their dad and mom died. The McCallisters bought the house in 1973 for $61,000, data present.
Fox Information’ Katherine Lam contributed to this report.