Beeb is trying to catch up to their biggest streaming rival by creating a lavish new show about luxury homes and giant mansions following the success of Netflix’s Sunset Sale
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The BBC is taking a portion of the Netflix book to try and create a headline-grabbing reality show about real estate agents following the huge success of the real estate porn show Sell Sunset.
Beeb has been fighting for attention from streaming sites ever since Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV and more began vying for attention from viewers.
Selling Sunset has been a huge success since it started streaming on Netflix in 2019 – with cameras showing the incredible multimillion-pound properties in Los Angeles as well as the drama in the life of Real estate agents are trying to sell them.
Now, Beeb is trying to get into the real estate movie by launching a new show called Crazy Rich Agents that will feature some of the most expensive homes in the country.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “Documenting the lives of hot, young agents in the UK luxury property market who are tight-lipped on the sale.
“There’s a real vibe of ‘faking it’ until you make it’ and a lot of bravado flying around.”
Reports say the homes won’t be confined to just one city – with castles in Scotland, homes in Sandbanks and grand mansions in London all to be explored.
Meanwhile, it looks like there’s going to be a lot of drama to come for Half Sunset as the series returns for a sixth season after being renewed for at least two more seasons.
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Earlier this year, US magazine reported that the show would be returning for seasons six and seven following the success of the first four seasons on the streaming site.
A source told the outlet, “Everybody is very excited,” and added that filming will resume after the cast has had a chance to rest after completing filming for setons five.
One member who may not be returning, however, is Christine Quinn, who appeared to burn all her bridges at the end of season five as she tried to bribe buyers with an economic point of view. business with one of her colleagues in the company.
Company director Jason Oppenheim has hinted that Christine was fired for her behavior after the season completed filming.
He said on a reunion show: “I talked to [the man Christine tried to bride] in person, I should have spoken on the phone, and I know the man, I’ve met him and I’ve asked him a lot of follow-up questions and he’s been very clear about exactly what happened.
“So I’d love to hear Christine’s explanation, I do believe the story has something to do with it but at the same time, I don’t think her doing this is up for debate,” he continued.
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“So we texted and we haven’t really resolved the situation. I mean, she hasn’t reached out to talk about it. I know she has some thoughts on it.. .”
Later, when asked about her role at the brokerage firm, Jason replied, “I mean, right now, there’s no place for her at The Oppenheim Group.”
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