Selling Sunset spin-off Selling The OC recently dropped on Netflix, and fans are already lapping up the drama. But while the jury's out on whether Alex Hall is a hero or villain, viewers are all agreed on one thing: there needs to be a season two. Here's everything we know so far about a potential Selling The OC follow up, from release date to cast and more.
Has Selling The OC season 2 been confirmed?
So far, there's been no news from Netflix about another season of Selling The OC, but that doesn't mean it won't happen. The show only dropped on the platform on 24th August 2022, and it can sometimes take a few weeks, or even months, for a show to get renewed.
The encouraging news is that Selling Sunset is now into its sixth season (!), after the fifth series of the show dropped last April, with fans expecting the next instalment of the show to drop in late 2022 or early 2023. Selling Tampa aka the Florida spin-off, meanwhile, was released in December 2021, and hasn't been renewed yet, either. Hmm.
Who might star in Selling The OC season 2?
While the show hasn't been confirmed yet, fans can assume a lot of familiar faces from season one will return. Those include; Brett and Jason Oppenheim, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose, Alex Hall, Polly Brindle, Lauren Brito, Kayla Cardona, Brandi Marshall, Sean Palmieri, Tyler Stanaland, Austin Victoria and Gio Helou.
Much like Selling Sunset, which has introduced the likes of Vanessa Villela, Emma Hernan and Chelsea Lazkani, there might even be some new faces to look forward to.
Is there a trailer for Selling The OC season 2 yet?
Sadly as the show hasn't been confirmed for another series, we don't have any unseen footage yet, but you can watch the trailer for season one in the box above.
What is Selling The OC season 2's expected release date?
Following that same pattern, say the show was confirmed for a second series in September 2022, we could expect Selling The OC back on our screens in June 2023. Just a little wait, then!
In the meantime, we'll be finding the cast on social media and digging into the drama of their lives. They manage to make Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause look like BFFs, eh?
Selling The OC is now streaming on Netflix
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