Benham Brothers Finish Houses For Low-Income Families After HGTV Cancels Show Over Pro-Life Views

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jul 9, 2014   |   1:41PM   |   Washington, DC

Remember the Benham brothers? They were the Christian identical twin brothers set to host a new program called Flip It Forward, the show HGTV cancelled because the hosts of the program are pro-life.

The pro-life brothers who were set to be the stars of the next HGTV reality television show “Flip It Forward” had a refreshing response to the cable network cancelling the program because of their pro-life beliefs. They said they were not bothered by the show being cancelled because of their beliefs.

hgtvNow, they have completed renovations on the houses meant for low-income families, the Daily Caller reports today.

After HGTV cancelled the Benham Brothers’ show “Flip it Forward” for their religious beliefs, the houses set to be renovated on the show could have been left in the lurch. In a press release on Tuesday, the Benham Brothers announced they renovated the homes anyway.

“The people most affected by HGTV’s decision to cancel the show were the families that stepped out in faith to flip a house for the show,” David Benham said.

Jason Benham concurred, describing the brothers’ work as more than just TV material.

“These are great family homes that were professionally renovated, and we want to do all we can to help find buyers for these owners who trusted us to teach them the art of house flipping,” Jason said.