'Celebrity IOU' Season 4: 5 things you need to know about HGTV home renovation show
Jonathan and Drew Scott are back with the latest season of their much-anticipated show 'Celebrity IOU' to enthrall the audience with new home renovations
'Celebrity IOU', one of HGTV's biggest hits, will return in April with eight new episodes. As celebrities share profoundly personal tales about their appreciation for a worthy mentor or friend, viewers can expect more boldfaced personalities, emotional anecdotes, and breathtaking restorations.
There are a lot of well-known names in the home remodeling TV program business, but few can match the 'Property Brothers' notoriety, despite their dislike for the term. When Jonathan and Drew Scott's new show 'Celebrity IOU,' premiered in 2020, it rapidly attracted a large following. Now, the show is gearing up for its fourth season on HGTV, and it will include a slew of celebrities, including Snoop Dogg and Halle Berry.
When does 'Celebrity IOU' Season 4 release and where can you watch it?
'Celebrity IOU', one of HGTV's most successful shows, will return with eight new episodes airing Monday, April 18, at 9 pm ET/PT on Monday evenings. The top-rated cable show will also be available for streaming on Discovery+. Twelve more episodes of the series are set to air in late 2022.
What is 'Celebrity IOU' Season 4 all about?
Jonathan and Drew Scott are unquestionably at the top of the well-designed stack when it comes to the home remodeling/renovation saga. Even though they've been favorites for many years, audiences continue to tune in whenever the bros come up with a new, heart-warming story arc for us to watch. And that's precisely what we get with 'Celebrity IOU', which stands out from the crowd by allowing us to watch how stars surprise their pals, family, and other significant people in their lives with renovations after joining the Scott brothers to perform some hard graft themselves.
Season 4 of 'Celebrity IOU' will focus on a variety of restoration initiatives. The teams will change a basic bachelor pad into a contemporary showplace, a simple backyard into a luxurious getaway replete with an outdoor kitchen that pulls out all the stops, and a bare basement into an entertainer's fantasy, among other customizations.
Fans were enthralled with everything, from Kevin Hart's efforts to spruce up the home of the instructor who helped him recoup from his car crash to Allison Janney wearing a slinky evening gown as she assisted to tear down part of her assistant's apartment, and Brad Pitt's sentimental remodeling for a special friend during the first two seasons of 'Celebrity IOU'. As a result, there's little question that Season 4 will be a hit with fans.
Who stars in 'Celebrity IOU' Season 4?
With the aid of brilliant twins and series' executive producers Jonathan and Drew Scott, the Hollywood A-listers will don hard hats, take up power tools, and put in sweat equity to offer the special individuals in their life unexpected house upgrades. Season 4 of Celebrity IOU will have a variety of well-known and well-liked comedians, artists, and actors joining the pair.
Along with the aforementioned Snoop Dogg and Halle Berry, the lineup will include comedian Ali Wong, John C. Reilly of 'Winning Time', veteran 'America's Got Talent' judge Howie Mandel, Lisa Kudrow from 'Friends', Tiffany Haddish of 'The Afterparty' and Anthony Anderson of 'Law & Order' and 'Black-ish'.
Who are the showrunners?
Scott Brothers Entertainment Inc, co-founded by Jonathan and Drew Scott, has produced the blockbuster show 'Celebrity IOU'.
The trailer for Season 4 of 'Celebrity IOU' is yet to be released. Keep an eye on this space for further information.