'Brady' Star Maureen Mccormick Returns to HGTV in 'Frozen in Time'

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From House Beautiful

After gifting us two specials featuring Maureen McCormick this holiday season, HGTV has finally blessed us with an entire new series with everyone's favorite A Very Brady Renovation cast member.

Maureen, of course, played eldest sister Marcia on the hit sitcom The Brady Bunch, which first premiered in 1969. Her latest HGTV vehicle will again play on nostalgia for times past. Per the network's announcement:

In HGTV’s new home renovation series Frozen in Time, designer Dan Vickery and A Very Brady Renovation’s Maureen McCormick will overhaul homes that are stuck in a design time warp. In each episode, Dan will bring the structure up-to-date, while Maureen sources beautiful decade-specific pieces that will give the home a refreshed look and a wink to its original era.

Maureen was most recently seen on HGTV in A Very Brady Renovation: Holiday Edition, which featured a very special guest: Ree Drummond, a.k.a. The Pioneer Woman. Drummond was brought on to oversee the production of a holiday meal with a '70s twist in the iconic orange kitchen in the Brady house.

While each of the Brady kids took turns cooking with Drummond, Maureen turned out to be as talented in the kitchen as she is in front of the camera.

"Christopher Knight (Peter) and Maureen McCormick (Marcia) were very good in the kitchen,” Drummond told People magazine after the shoot. “I didn’t have to tell them too much about what to do. I tried to step back and let them do most of the work.”

Drummond truly bonded with Maureen, and it wasn't just because of her skills in the kitchen.

“We have brothers with developmental disabilities, and we shared stories about our brothers," she also revealed. "It was a special little side note to the day.”

Maureen also co-hosted White House Christmas 2019 one day earlier with Windy City Rehab star Alison Victoria.

She's not the only Brady Bunch alum looking forward to a new show in 2020: Eve Plumb shot a pilot for Generation Renovation, a home reno show centered around homes that have been passed down through family members. We can't wait to see both stars in their new shows.

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