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Just Buy Your Momma a Damn House, Jeremy Renner

By Dustin Rowles | TV | March 11, 2020 |

By Dustin Rowles | TV | March 11, 2020 |


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There’s a new Quibi show coming out soon called Thanks a Million, where celebrities like Kristen Bell, Jennifer Lopez, and Tracy Morgan will give $100,000 to someone who inspired them, and that person will give half of it to someone who inspired them and so on and so forth, I guess, until someone is like, “F**k that, I’m keeping the money.”

Before they get steamrolled by Quibi (hahaha), HGTV is getting into the celebrity gratitude game, too. This spring, during your quarantines, you can watch a new blockbuster HGTV series, Celebrity IOU. The Property Brothers — Drew and Jonathan Scott (the latter of whom is in a relationship with Zooey Deschanel) — will team up with celebrities, who will do remodels on inspirational figures in their lives. The likes of Brad Pitt, Rebel Wilson, Melissa McCarthy, Michael Buble, and Viola Davis will be on the show, helping to remodel homes for the people who mattered most to them.

From what we can tell from this trailer, Jeremy Renner will also be on, and he’ll be helping to remodel his own mother’s house. Using the money from HGTV. Renner. Dude. It’s your mother. You don’t need HGTV to subsidize a remodel. Just buy her a new house with that Marvel money … and also the money from, uh, your Amazon store, and, uh, the Renner app.

I’m not into home remodeling shows, but I am into watching Viola Davis and Brad Pitt freaking out on a manipulative reality show, so, yeah, I might watch this. Here’s the trailer.

Source: THR



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