Fans of Selling Sunset will know that the luxury real estate series not only comes with endless looks into affluent properties, but also, stunning West Cost sunlight and views.
And despite the series already confirming a spinoff in Orange County, there was another that was only teased, located all the way on the East coast—more specifically, in Florida.
Introducing Selling Tampa.
Created by the original Selling Sunset mastermind, Adam DiVello, Selling Tampa follows a separate team of realtors who reside in Tampa, Florida. The group of agents hails from Allure Realty which is run by Sharelle Rosado, a military veteran and the CEO of the two-year-old venture who made a point to hire an all-Black, all-female team.
Interest piqued? Below, everything you need to know about Selling Tampa—from the plot and cast to the potential for a second season.
What Is The Plot Of Selling Tampa?
Unlike Selling Sunset’s fourth season of 30-minute episodes, each instalment of Selling Tampa will run for 45 minutes over eight episodes instead of 10.
Following the goings-on at Florida’s Allure Realty, Netflix’s official synopsis reads, “Sharelle has big plans for her brokerage and won’t let anyone or anything get in the way of making her dreams a reality.”
While the original series showcases intense and often over-the-top competition and extreme personal digs at each other, Selling Tampa will take another direction. According to Netflix, the women in the new series are “equally as fun as they are fiercely ambitious,” with “all of them vying to be on top” of the real estate game.
Naturally, that surely means that we’re in store for some seriously good reality TV.
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Who Is Cast In Selling Tampa?
As we know, Sharelle Rosado is the owner of Allure Realty and serves as the boss of the realtors in the show. Joining Rosado and making up the group of agents are Alexis Williams, Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere, Colony Reeves, Juawana Willaims, Karla Giorgio, Rena Frazier and Tennille Moore.
Will There Be A Season Two Of Selling Tampa?
Currently, Netflix is yet to confirm a second season of Selling Tampa but if it’s anything like Selling Sunset then it’s a no-brainer that it’ll be back for another round onscreen.
According to reviews, the season one finale brought with it an array of plot twists and stones that cannot be left unturned, so it’s likely just a matter of time before the streaming giant announces its return.