“Selling Sunset” is an unadapted real estate porn series of Netflix, created by popular executive producer Adam DiVello, and will be split in Orange County. The filming of “Selling the OC” is in progress, and the play will premiere on streaming media sometime next year.

The program will follow Jason Oppenheim, the owner of Oppenhem Group, a real estate company located in the center of “Selling Sunset” – to open a second office in Newport Beach while expanding the company’s size. The show will include agents such as Oppenheim, Alexandra Hall, Austin Victoria and Brandy Marshall.

Despite rumors to the contrary, “Selling Sunset” real estate agent and co star Heather Ray Al Moussa (former Heather Ray Yang, before her recent marriage to “flip flop” star Tariq Al Moussa) will not turn to “Selling the OC” (even if she appears on the agent page of Oppenheim Group’s Newport Beach office) Whether the members of the “Selling Sunset” crew – such as Christopher Strauss, whom Oppenheim is dating – will guest star in “Selling the OC” is still uncertain, because production has just begun.

As with its progenitor, “Selling the OC” is produced by DiVello’s Done and Done Productions and Lionsgate.

The fourth season of “Selling Sunset” will premiere on November 24. The play revolves around the high-end real estate world in Los Angeles and the brokers who sell these houses. It made its debut on Netflix in March 2019. Like DiVello’s MTV The Hills, it is dazzling with gorgeous music

The second and third seasons of “Selling Sunset” were broadcast in May and August 2020 respectively, and provided carefree fun at the beginning of the pandemic. This summer, the second season of the drama was nominated for an Emmy Award for unstructured reality programs.

Netflix will soon get more real estate content from DiVello. “Selling Tampa” is the document he announced about Allure Realty, a Florida institution run entirely by black women in Florida.

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