Yes, the reality show will return for another season. Here is everything we know so far about
Buying Beverly Hills Season 2.
Are you excited to see what happens next in the interpersonal drama and real estate wheeling and dealing? Then you have reached the right place, as we have compiled all the necessary details about the recently renewed second season of Buying Beverly Hills, which is coming after the property reality series launched in November and has been greenlit earlier than expected!
After all this good news, we would also like to highlight that the prospective premiere date for the second season has yet to be acknowledged! But many viewers have assumed it will return next year for the 2024 streaming season on Netflix. We would like to highlight that this will happen only if the production starts on a proper schedule sometime later this year.
Of course, at this point in time, this is just pure speculation! We’ll have to wait and see when the streaming platform confirms the official release date which is expected to be disclosed in the coming months. Until there is any formal confirmation, we would suggest that the fans keep a close eye on the social media handles of the network to learn about any new updates and developments.
Buying Beverly Hills Season 2: What to expect in the new season?
The series is expected to follow the same basic premise, which according to Netflix, states, Buying Beverly Hills follows Mauricio as he leads The Agency, a Beverly Hills real estate firm with offices around the globe. One of his main lieutenants is Farrah, his daughter and a senior realtor at The Agency. Alexia, Mauricio, and Kyle’s second daughter a newer hire at the company and just starting to find her stride.
While Mauricio, Farrah, and Alexia take center stage in Buying Beverly Hills, they are joined by their co-workers at The Agency (more on them in a bit). Like Selling Sunset and Selling the OC before it, this occur-soap offers stunning peeks at some of the most exciting properties in California. You can expect to encounter office romances and glamorous parties from The Agency crew too.
The cast from the first season is expected to reprise their roles which are as follows: Mauricio, Farrah, and Alexia are at the center of the show. They’re joined by their charismatic Agency colleagues, including Santiago Arana, Ben Belack, Joey Ben-Zvi, Jon Grauman, Brandon Graves, Allie Lutz Rosenberger, Melissa Platt, and American Idol Season 15 finalist Sonika Vaid.
This large cast of characters will spend Buying Beverly Hills Season 1 scaling the real estate rungs – and looking chic along the way. On the other hand, a new star cast may also be considered by the show creators, which will be confirmed once the release date of the new season gets closer to its official premiere on Netflix! The series is produced by Wheelhouse’s Spoke Studios and Just Entertainment.
The series is executive produced by Brent Montgomery, Pam Healey, Will Nothacker, Justin W. Hochberg, Liz Fine, Adam Sher, Deanna Markoff, Ed Simpson, and Luke Neslage. Moreover, the new season will most likely have at least eight 40-minute episodes, just like the first season. We want to emphasize that if the show is expanded based on the theme the show wants to get across to the audience.
In the meantime, check out the official episode guide for Buying Beverly Hills Season 1 to get a glimpse into the concept of the series:
Episode 1: Family Dynasty: Alexia steps up to sell the family home but fails to impress Allie when she bungles a showing. Joey begrudgingly apprentices with veteran agent Ben.
Episode 2: Friend or Foe: Brandon and Sonika can’t close the deal at a practice open house. Alexia stumbles through another show, which draws a harsh evaluation from Melissa.
Episode 3: Flames and Games: Joey struggles to land his aunt’s gem of a listing, causing Mauricio to step in. Alexia confronts Melissa about feeling betrayed.
Episode 4: Best Offers: Before an open house, Jon gives Brandon a pep talk about having confidence. Farrah finds the courage to talk to her partner about their future.
Episode 5: Farrahween: At an over-the-top Halloween party, Sonika confronts her boyfriend about his past with another agent. Ben gets a tempting offer from a rival agency.
Episode 6: Who’s Coming With Me?: Brandon admits to Alexia why people at The Agency treat her differently. Sonika and Kevin try to repair their relationship, as do Ben and Joey.
Episode 7: Love, Leads, and Loyalty: Alexia throws an influencer-filled open house that impresses her coworkers. Farrah challenges Mauricio on an unfair commission split.
Episode 8: The Next CEO: Jon secures The Agency’s biggest-ever listing, a house worth $139 million. Mauricio announces that the family business is about to get a little bigger.
When Season 2 draws close to its release date, it will be available on Netflix with the first season and other series of the same genre also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The basic membership starts at $9.99 per month, and the standard membership starts at $15.49 per month, with no additional cost.
In order to receive updates on when the show premieres, interested viewers can also enable notifications. In the meantime, check out the two-minute official trailer of the first season, which elaborates, “When the boss’s daughter joins the family business, she struggles to be taken seriously by The Agency’s more seasoned agents.“
While you wait for Buying Beverly Hills Season 2 to return, you can catch up on all of the new episodes that are currently available on Netflix.