Selling the OC is all set to premiere on Netflix this month
Beautiful homes and a new cast! Selling the OC will soon be available on Netflix with a new cast of real estate salespeople (and their drama) at Jason and Brett Oppenheim’s new Newport Beach office. See down for series information!
This month, Netflix will launch the brand-new real estate program Selling the OC. The unscripted series is a continuation of the Selling Sunset franchise, which centers on the Oppenheim Group and its realtors. Brett and Jason Oppenheim have expanded their company to Orange County, California, which will be the center of the new real estate reality TV show on Netflix on August 24 at 3 AM ET.
The first season’s trailer, which was released on May 6, depicts gorgeous seaside residences in Orange County, California, as well as what appears to be office strife that is actually extremely real.
The episode was co-produced by the production teams of Selling Sunset and Selling Tampa. Only time will tell if the upcoming series can captivate viewers in the same way as its predecessors.
Release date of Selling the OC
Season 1 of Selling the OC will make its US debut at 3 a.m. on August 24, 2022. All of the episodes of the show will be made accessible on Netflix on August 24 at 12 a.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST/PT). For viewers in the UK, the time is 8:00 AM BST.
Netflix will release all eight episodes at once. Viewers must have a subscription to the streamer in order to see the program.
The cast of Selling the OC
The Selling the OC cast is made up of eleven real estate brokers or realtors as well as a few well-known individuals. While the names of the celebrities are yet unknown, the cast includes Alex Hall, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose, Austin Victoria, Brandi Marshall, Bio Helou, Kayla Cardona, Lauren Brito, Polly Brindle, Sean Palmieri, Tyler Stanaland.
According to the trailer, Brett and Jason Oppenheim will feature in a couple of episodes as well. In an interview with PEOPLE, Jason Oppenheim praised the Selling the OC cast.
The Sale of the OC trailer gave an indication of what was to follow. This time around, the franchise has amplified the drama. The new show, unlike Selling Sunset and Selling Tampa, also has male cast members and is sure to delight fans of the franchise with comedy and drama.
Based on the teaser, viewers might expect romance, heartache, secrets, and million-dollar mansions or apartments.