'Selling the Big Easy' Season 2 new release date, hosts and all about HGTV show
Brittany announced the new release date and the relief efforts being organized for New Orleans residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida
Following the smashing success of 'Selling Big Easy' Season 1, fans just had one question on their mind- when will Season 2 of the new HGTV show drop? The show follows New Orleans native and resident real estate expert Brittany Picolo-Ramos as she helps her clients find their perfect dream abode in Crescent City.
The HGTV show was initially slated for returning on September 10, but in the aftermath of the devastating loss and damages that Hurricane Ida left behind in New Orleans, the premiere date of 'Selling Big Easy' has been pushed to a later date. So the show's fans will have to wait for a little longer to watch Brittany and her adventures in NOLA for a little longer. In the meanwhile, you can read up all about the upcoming Season 2 of 'Selling Big Easy', including the new release date here.
The new release date of 'Selling Big Easy' Season 2 is Friday, October 1. The show will be premiering with two back-to-back episodes at 9 and 9:30 pm ET/PT on HGTV.
Brittany took to her Instagram to announce the new release date and the relief efforts being organized for New Orleans residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. She wrote, "🌟SELLING THE BIG EASY UPDATE & HURRICANE IDA RELIEF 🌟 @hgtv SHIFTS SECOND SEASON PREMIERE DATE OF ‘SELLING THE BIG EASY’ TO FRIDAY, OCT. 1, AT 9 AND 9:30 PM ET/PT. HGTV to Support Hurricane Ida Recovery Efforts with Donations to @savethechildren and @americanredcross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services. Viewers can Text HURRICANE to 707070 to Help Affected Families. In response to the devastation left after Hurricane Ida, HGTV will shift its originally scheduled September season premiere for Selling the Big Easy to Friday, Oct. 1, at 9 and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT and will make donations to Save the Children and American Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services. Through its social media platforms, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, HGTV also will invite viewers who want to help those impacted by Hurricane Ida to text HURRICANE to 707070."
“It was difficult to see the country once again deal with heart-wrenching destruction caused by a hurricane,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV & Streaming home Content, Discovery, Inc. “And, after filming Selling the Big Easy in New Orleans for so many months, and building deep connections with people who make it a truly remarkable and unique city, the HGTV team felt a strong desire to help. We hope viewers will join us to support recovery efforts, too.” Save the Children and The American Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services will provide shelter, support and critical supplies for thousands of families affected by Hurricane Ida," the press release stated.
How to watch 'Selling the Big Easy' Season 2?
Apart from catching the television premiere of 'Selling the Big Easy' Season 2, viewers can also catch up on the show on Discovery+ account. Episodes are available to stream a day in advance for those who are subscribed to the app. Apart from these options, the new season will also be available to stream on the HGTV Go app. Viewers can also access the episodes using other streaming services including Philo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV, and fuboTV.
'Selling the Big Easy' features New Orleans native and resident real estate expert Brittany Picolo-Ramos who specializes in selling quintessential NOLA properties. The new 12-episode season will follow Brittany and her full-service agency as they help families find a house with the right amount of history and charm. "Real estate professional Brittany Picolo-Ramos and her team make house hunting fun as they take an enthusiastic approach to buying and selling elegant and historic properties in New Orleans," reads the show's summary.
The first episode of 'Selling the Big Easy' titled 'The Uptown Townhome Vs. The Pigeon Town Property' features Brittany assisting a working mother, who also happens to be a first-time buyer with finding a perfect property in the Uptown so that she can not only live there with her daughter but also rent it out to tenants.
One wrong decision pushed Brittany into the real-estate industry. When her husband Marco Ramos and she lost money while buying a home from a family member, the former restaurant and telecommunications sector employee dipped her toes into the competitive resident real estate industry, to ensure that nobody else would make the same mistakes that her husband and she made. In October of 2019. Marco started Godwyn & Stone Real Estate where Brittany leads their team of agents, many of whom have been with her since 2015.
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