'Selling the OC': 5 things you need to know about Netflix's 'Selling Sunset' spinoff

Jason and Brett Oppenheim are all set to take on the OC!


                            'Selling the OC': 5 things you need to know about Netflix's 'Selling Sunset' spinoff
From left, Davina Potratz, Romain Bonnet, Emma Hernan, Mary Fitzgerald, Chrisell Stause, moderator Tan France, Chelsea Lazkani, Heather Rae El Moussa, Maya Vander, Brett Oppenheim, Vanessa Villela and Jason Oppenheim in 'Selling Sunset' (Photo by Charley

Season 5 of 'Selling Sunset' went all out when it came to drama — Christine was being herself while Chrishell and Jason's relationship kept everyone glued to their screen.

While it looks like everyone's favourite villain, Christine, is no longer with The Oppenheim Group, have no fear because a new source of drama is here! Enter 'Selling the OC', a spinoff series that sees Jason and Brett set up shop in the OC. So with a brand new cast and a whole lot of drama, here's what you need to know about Season 1 of the spin-off show!

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When does 'Selling the OC' release, and where can you watch it

Netflix has yet to announce the premiere date for 'Selling the OC'. Watch this space for more details.

Who stars in the 'Selling the OC' series

Jason and Brett Oppenheim

Seeing that the brothers are the ones opening the new office in OC, fans can expect to see Jason and Brett back on screen.



 

'Selling the OC' cast will include Alex Hall, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose, Austin Victoria, Brandi Marshall, Gio Helou, Kayla Cardona, Lauren Brito, Polly Brindle, Sean Palmieri and Tyler Stanaland.

What is 'Selling the OC' all about

Similar to 'Selling Sunset', 'Selling the OC' features the realtors of The Oppenheim Group work their magic on the real estate listings in the OC. When egos and personalities clash, there is sure to be drama and 'Selling the OC' has no intention on holding back! While the new show features a whole new cast, executive producer Adam DiVello assured fans that the drama will be there. "The cast is just wild, right from the jump; they don't hold back," he explained. "They don't have any filters. They say what they're thinking. And it's a very drama-filled season." But it isn't just about the drama, seeing that the show also highlights the stunning landscape of the OC.

"It's such an escapist show, it's just so beautiful. I hope people just fall in love with the town as much as I did when I first started working down there... They're just going to love seeing the beaches, the bonfires and people surfing," he added. "I can't wait for people around the world that didn't get to catch 'Laguna Beach' to see it. They're going to get to see this town and be like, 'It's mind-boggling that people live down there.'" he explained.

Showrunner

Adam DiVello serves as the executive producer for 'Selling the OC'.

Trailer

While Netflix released a teaser of the 'Selling the OC' during the 'Selling Sunset' Season 5 reunion, the official trailer has not been posted online yet. Watch this space for more details. Till then you can catch up on all the drama that went down during the 'Selling Sunset' reunion.



 

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