- TV News -'Selling Sunset' Is Coming Back With Another New Luxury Real Estate Netflix Show By Its Side
After seven months of browsing Zillow for houses you'll never be able to afford (and yet, you're still uber critical of the cabinet color), finally, some good news. On Wednesday, March 10, Netflix renewed Selling Sunset for another season, and announced a whole slate of new reality shows — aka "docusoaps" — that will definitely satisfy your luxury cravings.
The entire Selling Sunset cast — Jason and Brett Oppenheim, Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Mary Fitzgerald, Romain Bonnet, Heather Rae Young, Amanza Smith, Maya Vander, and Davina Potratz — are all set to return for not one, but two new seasons of the reality show. "The houses are bigger, the drama's bigger, it's fabulous, you guys are going to love it," Christine teased with E! News. "I can't wait for you guys to see what we've been up to," Heather added. (Could this mean they've already started filming??) Meanwhile, I'm still wondering if Davina has sold the $75 million house.
In addition to Selling Sunset, Netflix is expanding its luxury real estate genre to Florida for an unnamed new series. This show, from Selling Sunset executive producer Adam DiVello, will follow the all-Black female real estate firm, Allure Realty, which sells luxury estates on the Florida coast. Per Allure Realty's Instagram post announcing the news, the show, led by Allure Realty founder Sharelle Rosado, promises to "bring you inside our lavish world of real estate throughout the Tampa Bay area."
In the non-real estate genre of reality TV, Netflix is also bringing back Bling Empire for another season. The Crazy Rich Asians-inspired reality show made a splash in January when it introduced the world to the lives of the filthy rich Asians of L.A. It's kind of like a Real Housewives-type show, but with more men and less white women. No word yet on when Bling Empire Season 2 will start filming, but I'm hoping it's soon because Kelly Mi Li has announced she finally called it quits with Andrew Gray, her toxic boyfriend from Season 1, and I just want to see her thrive. (Also, here's hoping Andrew does not return for Season 2.)
And Bling Empire producers are also bringing a new show to the mix called My Unorthodox Life. This series will follow the life of Julia Haart, the CEO of Elite World Group (aka the Elite model agency) who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish community. The show will focus on her balancing career with being a mother of four kids, as she "helps them reconcile their Orthodox upbringings with the modern world."
My Unorthodox Life is set to premiere "later in 2021," per the official press release, and, as someone who binged Netflix's Unorthodox last year, I can't wait.
Go ahead and ring that Oppenheim sell bell, Chrishell. A new dawn of Netflix reality TV is coming.
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