Is Selling the OC getting another season? Continue reading to find out more about Selling the OC Season 2.
Even though Netflix has canceled some popular TV series this year alone, The Oppenheim Group reality series is standing still, along with many spin-offs, have been popular and continue to get renewed for more seasons by Netflix. As the first season’s 8th episode comes to an end, many viewers are unsure and want to know if the show will be renewed or canceled in the future. This is a question that needs to be answered.
On the other hand, it’s not surprising given how Netflix has recently renewed a slew of reality TV shows, owing to popular demand, and expanded its catalog of original movies and shows. Selling the OC does fall in this category due to the success of its other installment like Selling Sunset and Selling Tampa. So, if you’re wondering the same, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a quick summary of everything you need to know about the current status of the series.
Here’s all we know about Selling the OC Season 2.
Is Selling the OC renewed for Season 2?
Selling the OC premiered all the new episodes on August 24, 2022. Within a few hours of its release, many fans were completely invested and binge-watched the series. So, naturally, the first question that prompts the minds of the viewers is whether there will be another season since many major streaming platforms are trying to expand it as a franchise.
Moreover, many series are created with fresh themes for the streaming platform, with two or more seasons already approved by the network, and Selling the OC falls into those sorts that deserve to be expanded further and explored for more seasons, just like its other spin-off series in this successful franchise. For the time being, we cannot make any announcement because the future of the series is neither here nor there.
It eventually depends on Netflix and how they are evaluating their shows based on streams and reviews in order to continue the series or cancel them. On the bright side, the fans are expecting that maybe the positive reviews from the large audience will be enough to guarantee a second season for people who want to see how future seasons will turn out to be. Therefore, until the network verifies this information, fans should refrain from setting high expectations this early on.
Selling the OC Season 2 Potential Release Date and Time Slot
Because the series has not been formally verified by the network, the prospective premiere date has yet to be acknowledged. But if we have to predict the potential release date of Selling the OC Season 2, it might happen sometime around mid to late 2023, just like the first season.
As stated above, a statement about the show’s future or officially approving “Selling the OC” for season 2 is still pending on Netflix. So, this is just speculation that the next season might follow the same pattern and be released in a similar time frame if the network decides to renew the series further.
On the other hand, if we take the prior season and most of the Netflix series into consideration with a bit of speculation, then the upcoming season of Selling the OC will have the same premiere time as other shows on the streaming service, which is 12:00 AM (PT) or 3:00 AM (ET). In order to receive updates on when Selling the OC Season 2 premieres on Netflix, interested viewers can also enable notifications.
Selling the OC Season 2 Plot
The plot of the show won’t change much of its format as it is drama reality series. The Selling the OC is a spin-off that follows Jason Oppenheim, CEO of The Oppenheim Group, to his new office in Newport Beach. A new office means fresh faces, hot listings, and fierce competition with new Selling Stars, which also include three Alexandras and several models who are competing for real estate royalty in Orange County.
Selling the OC Season 2 Cast
If the series is renewed, the following cast members are expected to return in the next season. We’ve compiled the names of the cast from season one below, as follows:
Jason and Brett Oppenheim: Jason has already made his mark on Selling Sunset as the head honcho of The Oppenheim Group, co-starring in the series with his twin brother and business partner Brett Oppenheim.
Alexandra Hall: According to Alex’s Instagram bio, she’s “living in heaven, selling the OC” — that might just about sum it up. One of Orange County’s top-ranking realtors, Alex is a skilled negotiator and strategic planner with a background in interior design.
Alexandra Jarvis: This Alabama-born, OC-based realtor is also a practicing attorney who uses her extensive legal knowledge to help negotiate and advocate for clients and sell glamorous homes. She also has a friendship with Selling Sunset’s newest realtor, Chelsea Lazkani.
Alexandra Rose: With a professional background in sales and client services, Alexandra Rose (our third Alexandra, if you’re counting) prides herself on providing clients with a personalized, professional home-buying experience. We just hope she’s not too professional for the inevitable brokerage drama.
Tyler Stanaland: Tyler has always been passionate about real estate — in fact, he’s a fifth-generation realtor who got his license at just 18 years old. In addition to selling luxury homes, he’s also an accomplished surfer.
Polly Brindle: After living and working as a model in London, Paris, Milan, and Barcelona, Polly moved to Southern California in 2011 and realized “California’s Coast was home.” She recently got her real estate license and joined The O Group early last year.
Lauren Shortt: A realtor since 2017 and a decade-long Orange County native, Lauren is a pro in operations management, marketing, client relations, and more. According to her bio on The Oppenheim Group’s website, she’s closed over 150 properties since entering the industry.
Kayla Cardona: Kayla has an impressive background in real estate — before joining The Oppenheim Group, she was an award-winning, top 1 percent agent on Zillow.
Gio Helou: Gio was one of the first agents recruited to The Oppenheim Group’s OC office. Prior to selling houses, he worked in residential development.
Brandi Marshall: Another recent newcomer to The O Group, Brandi hails from a PR background, making her a master at all things communication.
Sean Palmieri: Sean started his real estate career in his native South Florida but made a move to California in 2018. After stints at Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and Coldwell Banker, he joined the Oppenheim Group in May 2021.
Austin Victoria: This model, husband, and father of two started his real estate career in 2017 and joined The Oppenheim Group just last summer. Even though he’s a relative newcomer to the brokerage.
We’d like to point out that as of August 24, 2022, the network has yet to make any additional casting announcements. The next season may introduce some new cast members as well as the withdrawal of some existing cast members too. As a result, we’ll have to wait for any further information, which will be given if the series is formally confirmed, to return to screens for the next part.
Selling the OC Season 2 Episodes
Although the precise number of episodes for Selling the OC Season 2 has yet to be released, If the series is renewed, we may expect at least eight episodes, each running approximately 30 to 39 minutes. The number of episodes may vary, which is ultimately dependent on the theme that the show intends to convey to the audience.
Where to stream Selling the OC Season 2?
If Selling the OC Season 2 is renewed along with the prior season, the series will be available exclusively on Netflix with a range of membership options. The video quality and quantity of screens you can use to stream Netflix simultaneously depend on the package you choose. You can play mobile games and stream movies and TV shows at no additional cost with any of their services.
Is there any teaser released for Selling the OC Season 2?
No, as mentioned above, as of August 24, 2022, there has been no confirmation of the show’s renewal. As a result, there isn’t a teaser or trailer available for fans to view and guess at probable key plotlines for the series’ next chapter. The official trailer for the series with the tagline states, “The Oppenheim Group’s expands to Orange County, where an all-new real estate team shows off lavish oceanfront listings and big personalities make waves.” Take a look at the official trailer below: In the meantime, watch the official trailer for Selling the OC below:
Catch up on the previous season while you wait for more Selling the OC Season 2 updates.