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“Selling the OC” Is Coming Back With More Realtor Drama For Seasons 2 and 3

SELLING THE OC (L to R) Brett Oppenheim and Alexandra Jarvis from SELLING THE OC. Cr. Adam Rose/Netflix © 2022

Get your stilettos ready: Netflix has renewed “Selling the OC” for season two and season three. The series, a spinoff of the streamer’s hit “Selling Sunset,” premiered in August 2022 and introduced viewers to a new group of realtors all working their hardest to sell luxury homes for the Oppenheim Group under Jason and Brett Oppenheim.

Netflix announced the news on Jan. 18, adding that production on the next season is set to begin this winter. It’s not clear yet when the new batch of episodes might be released.

“Selling the OC”‘s cast includes brothers Jason and Brett, Alex Hall, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose, Austin Victoria, Brandi Marshall, Gio Helou, Kayla Cardona, Lauren Shortt, Polly Brindle, Sean Palmieri and Tyler Stanaland. Stanaland made headlines after the show’s premiere when he and wife Brittany Snow — who did not appear on the show — announced they were separating after two years of marriage. People reported at the time that his involvement on the show — including his alleged behavior with his women coworkers — was a contributing factor for the split.

Back in August, the cast told POPSUGAR how their series is different from “Selling Sunset.” “[We’re different] pretty much in every way,” Jarvis said. “I mean, it’s entirely new people. New personalities, totally different dynamic . . . We have a lot of newer agents, too. A lot of us are learning the ropes and it’s exciting.” Helou added that Orange County is “a whole different vibe” from Los Angeles, where “Selling Sunset” takes place.

The cast also emphasizes that they’re younger than their counterparts on “Selling Sunset,” with less of a long-term history. “I think with ‘Selling Sunset,’ most people knew each other going into the show because they’d worked together for a really long time,” Hall explained at the time. “Only a couple of us knew each other prior to filming. Jason had just opened his office in Newport, so we were all new agents and just getting to know each other as we have cameras in our faces. It’s been a wild, wild ride.”

And we can’t wait for the ride to start again with season two.

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