Are you ready for an autumn release of the iconic broker barbies of Oppenheim?
That’s right. We have the premiere date for Selling the OC Season 2! And it is sooner than you had anticipated.
Ever since the mother series Selling Sunset secured renowned accolades through its stellar performance as a reality TV series, The Oppenheimer Group decided to expand their empire to materialize two progressive spinoffs Selling Tampa and yours truly, Selling the OC! Notwithstanding the prodigious reception from the viewers as well as the incredible ratings, Netflix has decided to make the Selling franchise a streamer staple. Looks like the O.G. is amping up the level of luxury housing this season and is ready to be drenched in big bucks!
Selling the OC reserved itself a double-season renewal from Netflix in January of 2023, leaving the fans thirsty for any information about the developments of Selling the OC Season 2. If you have been wandering in the dark like the rest of the ardent fandom, you have come to the right place. We have mind-boggling news for you regarding your much-awaited Season of Selling the OC, so continue reading!
Selling the OC Season 2: Premiere Date Revealed
Save the dates on your calendars. Selling the OC will be gracing our screens on the 8th of September, 2023(Friday), which is next month! It will drop on Netflix much like its previous season and the seasons of the other two Selling series.
The first season of Selling the OC, a spinoff of the popular Netflix docuseries Selling Sunset, focused on a new set of realtors in The Oppenheim Group’s second office in Orange County. The episodes were bombarded with continuous get-to-know-you moments of our new group of realtors. On the other hand, “Selling the OC,” and “Selling Sunset” are among Netflix’s reality TV and real estate-related shows, which also include “Buying Beverly Hills,” “Buy My House,” “How to Build a Sex Room,” “Dream Home Makeover,” “Instant Dream Home,” and “Designing Miami.”
“We couldn’t be more excited to be returning to the OC for two more seasons,” executive producer Adam DiVello tells Tudum. Additionally, “Expect to see even more of what you already love about Selling the OC (from the real estate to the agents to the many unresolved issues) and get ready to go back to the beach!”
The new Season is expected to have 8 episodes, much like its predecessor, with each episode running in a span of 30-39 minutes, and all the episodes are expected to drop at 12:00 am PT/ 3:00 am ET.
Keep a close eye on this space, as we will reveal more exciting updates on Selling the OC as the premiere date inches closer!
Check out the official teaser for Selling the OC Season 1 here:
Selling the OC Season 2: Confirmed Cast By Netflix
We finally have the full confirmed cast of Selling OC by none other than the streaming giant itself:
- Jason Oppenheim
- Brett Oppenheim
- Alex Hall
- Alexandra Jarvis
- Alexandra Rose
- Austin Victoria
- Brandi Marshall
- Gio Helou
- Kayla Cardona
- Lauren Shortt
- Polly Brindle
- Sean Palmieri
- Tyler Stanaland
Apart from this, there is an unconfirmed Alexandria joining the cast this season. Yup, Alexandra Harper (who goes by Ali) posted a video on Instagram from the show’s red carpet premiere with the cast and updated her bio to say, “Selling the OC @Netflix.” That would make four Alexandras keep track of Alex, Ali, Jarvis, and Rose.
Selling the OC Season 2: What To Expect?
*Major Spoiler Alert*
Let’s refresh our memories with a Selling OC Season 1 rundown:
Selling the OC Season 1 was about reputations, romances, and relationships being the line when The Oppenheim Group’s Orange County team returns. These young and hungry agents will risk everything while navigating a hot real estate market and even hotter rumors.
Season 1 of “Selling the OC,” premiered in August 2022 and focuses on “How does the cast of Selling the OC really feel about this season’s drama?” Find out now and watch Alex Hall, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose, Kayla Cardona, Polly Brindle, Brandi Marshall, Tyler Stanaland, Gio Helou, Sean Palmieri, and Lauren Shortt spill all the tea as they watch this season’s juiciest scenes. Take a look at the official episode guide below:
Episode 1: Paradise Comes with a Price: Alex Hall takes new agent Kayla under her wing. At the official office launch party, the tension between Alexandra Rose and the other agents boils over.
Episode 2: Them Tables… They Turn: Gio hosts a brokers’ open house, where he raises an issue with Alex. Three agents celebrate a triple birthday. Brandi works with a retired NBA player.
Episode 3: Testing the Waters: Trying to reel in her first listing, Kayla turns to Alex for help. Rose and Jarvis work a promising new lead. Alex and Gio butt heads at the beach.
Episode 4: A Not-So-Happy Hour: Kayla, struggling to balance everything, doesn’t get much sympathy from Polly. Alex closes a deal. Austin’s lifestyle puts pressure on his marriage.
Episode 5: An Off-Market Offer: Scandal sweeps through the office after Kayla crosses a line. Alex and Jason tour a $105 million stunner while Polly shows Gio’s client a fixer-upper.
Episode 6: Co-listing Chaos: Tyler and Kayla clear the air, but Alex aren’t ready to move on. Polly works with Gio to make a big scale. Rose opens up about her difficult childhood.
Episode 7: Upping the Ante: Polly and Jarvis struggle to keep things civil. Tyler shows his first big listing. Gio hosts a poker night where drama erupts between office cliques.
Episode 8: Turning Tides: Kayla tries to keep things on track with a difficult client. At a yacht party for the team, fun in the sun gives way to an explosive personality clash.
Seems like Season 2 will focus on bigger properties, probably involving well-known celebrities, bigger catfights and rumors, budding relationships, and lots of scandalous acts. A prospect Season 2 can focus on is the drama that flared between Tyler and Kayla when she tried to kiss him while he was married to Pitch Perfect star Brittany Snow. Ever since they have parted ways and he is linked to Alex Hall recently, which makes things between Kayla and Tyler super-awkward. Well, as of now this is all the intel we could gather on Selling the OC: Season 2 as the streamer had also remained mute in order to avoid any spoilers.
Watch some of the drama that transpired on the sets of Selling the OC Season 1 as the cast itself breaks it down for you:
Nevertheless, cameras stopped rolling in August itself, and on September 8th, we will have the answers to all our questions regarding Selling the OC Season 2 as soon as it drops on Netflix. Make sure you have a subscription to watch it!
Selling the OC: Official Trailer
Although it is arriving on 8th September 2023, which is a month from now, the streamer has not released an official trailer for Selling the OC Season 2 yet. Until that happens, check out the trailer for Selling the OC Season 1 instead:
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