Jonathan and Drew Scott are looking into entertaining an entirely new demographic. It was just announced that a Property Brothers animated series is in the works that will be based on their already released children’s books. The series called Builder Brothers’ Dream Factory will star a version of the siblings.\nThe show, picked up by Sinking Ship Entertainment, will follow the Scott Brothers as their past ten-year-old selves. While reliving their childhood, they’ll focus on solving problems in their neighbourhood by, what the official synopsis according to ET Canada describes as, “dreaming big…..really big...sometimes too big!”\nIn an interview with ET Canada, Jonathan discussed how their childhood on their Canadian ranch in B.C always taught them to “dream big” and “work together” admitting that that’s what they “hope will resonate with this young audience.”\nView this post on Instagram Exciting news! @mrdrewscott and @mrsilverscott are releasing their first-ever children’s picture book! Click the link in Drew or Jonathan’s bio to head over to @people and read all about it! A post shared by Property Brothers 🏡🔨 (@propertybrothers) on Jun 5, 2018 at 12:07pm PDT\nDuring the interview, Drew also mentioned how grateful they are for their “incredibly engaged kid fanbase” and how they “have wanted to do something more for this audience since launching our series of kids’ books.”\nBesides the background setting of the show being inspired by their childhood in Canada, they’ve also named a character after an animal that’s often associated with Canada, a dog called Moose.\nView this post on Instagram Oh, Canada! Tune in for a new episode of #BuyingAndSelling tonight at 9 p.m. on @hgtvcanada. Aubrey and Jonathan tried out rural living for a few years, but soon figured out that maintaining a 10-acre property complete with horses is a full-time job. @mrdrewscott is on the hunt for a turnkey property that’s closer to friends and work, but @mrsilverscott needs to spruce up their 200-year-old farmhouse before they can move on. A post shared by Property Brothers 🏡🔨 (@propertybrothers) on Jan 7, 2019 at 8:02am PST\nOther characters set to be featured on the series are best friends Mel, Cee-Cee, and Aiden.\nBuilder Brothers’ Dream Factory is just one of their many projects happening this year. They recently launched their new home magazine, Reveal Magazine, and are on a hunt to cast Canadian families to star in the newest season of their show Forever Home.