Will there be a 'Selling Tampa' season 2? The most recent update

It's been a while since the first series, so are we getting 'Selling Tampa' season 2 with all of the luxury from the Sunshine State?

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Curious about Selling Tampa season 2? You're not alone. The cast of the Selling Tampa Netflix series made its way onto screens in December 2021, bringing us a taste of all-things real estate, luxury, and of course, a dollop of drama from the Sunshine State...

The show provides exactly what viewers have come to expect from a reality TV series: heated moments, glitzy environments and plenty of "she said, she said." The reason for the pronoun of choice is because this Selling Sunset spinoff follows the all-female, all-Black Allure Reality, headed by military vet Sharelle Rosado. Consider this the Florida alternative to the beloved Oppenheim Group from Selling Sunset. (Speaking of which, we just sat down for a chat with CEO and realty mogul, Jason Oppenheim.) 

Now that the O Group has successfully landed at Newport Beach—and we're not-so-patiently waiting for Selling The OC season 2—we have to know what's headed our way from Florida. So will there be a Selling Tampa season 2, or not?

Will there be a 'Selling Tampa' season 2—or did 'Selling Tampa' get cancelled?

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According to PageSix (opens in new tab), Selling Tampa will not be renewed for a second season. A Selling Tampa season 2 release date had not been announced, so it seems that following the first season ending, there were no plans to move forward with a second series.

Although Netflix execs cited numbers as the reason for the decision, the cast thinks otherwise. 

"I feel like we weren’t given a second chance, possibly because of what we represented as minority women," cast member Juawana Colbert told the outlet. As mentioned, Selling Tampa was made up of an all-female, all-minority cast.

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Fans of the show have been left just as disappointed with the cancellation of Selling Tampa, with scores of them sharing their thoughts on social media.

One said, 'Unfortunate that the show was cancelled 😞', while another wrote, 'Netflix needs to change their minds. Selling Tampa deserves a Season 2.'

'Selling Tampa' season 2 plot

Given that there were a lot of loose ends to tie up, we had thought that the journey of Selling Tampa would continue. 

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Viewers were anxious to see how things fared between both the Tampa and Miami offices, just like realtor Juawana Colbert-Williams. In an Entertainment Tonight (opens in new tab) interview, she claimed she was curious how her boss, Rosado, will manage a new location...and motherhood!

"I would definitely love to see what happens with the baby and how she [Rosado] is going to manage Miami vs. Tampa and, really, how the ladies are going to either put up a fight or not in terms of who's going to be second in command."

As for other realtors like Colony Reeves, she was looking forward to giving viewers a glimpse at life beyond realty—and clearing up any misconception that she's romantically wooing her clients. Alexis Williams, on the other hand, was looking forward to get back into her boss' good graces and earn a spot back at the firm. 

As Rosado states, "I'm a badass motherf*****, so I know how to handle both offices." We'd like to see what it's like when she does have to juggle both! 

We are sorry to break the news of a cancelled Netflix show, but on the bright side, Selling Sunset season 6 is on its way, and it's going to be dramatic...even without Christine Quinn. Plus, a new(ish) series, Buying Beverly Hills is also a great realty reality TV series to get stuck into, if you need your real estate fix!

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


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