'Selling the OC' season 2 is on its way, and we're obsessed with its juicy, new trailer

Prepare for grand listings...and drama. 'Selling the OC' season 2 will hit our screens *very* soon!

the cast of selling the oc in blue suits
(Image credit: Nino Muñoz/Netflix)

Time to ring the bell: Selling the OC season 2 is on its way with luxurious listings and even more luxurious drama. 

Though we're dying to see how things evolve between Chrishell and Nicole, and we're curious what will happen now after Jason Oppenheim and Marie-Lou Nurk's breakup, we're taking a break from the Selling Sunset drama and focusing our attention on the franchise's spinoff. From the sound of it all, we're due for plenty of juicy material in Orange County.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be returning to the OC for two more seasons,” executive producer Adam DiVello told Netflix Tudum. “Expect to see even more of what you already love about Selling the OC (from the real estate to the agents to the many unresolved issues) and get ready to go back to the beach!”

Who else is planning an incoming marathon?

When is 'Selling the OC' season 2 coming to Netflix? 

Production kicked off in winter 2022, and now Selling the OC season 2 is set to premiere on Netflix on Friday, September 8, 2023. Mark your calendars!

Plus, there's more good news: we'll be reuniting with the likes of Gio Helou (and Gio's mom!) and Alex Hall and their glamorous beach-side listings for a third season, too. Here's hoping that we'll be treated to even more. 

Take a look at the 'Selling the OC' season 2 trailer

From a billion-dollar listing—yes, billion with a "b"—to a new agent setting up shop at the O Group, there's a lot for us to sink our teeth into. 

Like their L.A. predecessor, Selling the OC realtors seem to have tricks up their sleeves, as they're allegedly going behind one another's backs and chatting with co-workers' clients. And it looks like there is a healthy dosage of flirting, particularly from Tyler Stanaland (who had a very famous wife). Plus, everyone's on edge when the "pretty, charismatic" new agent, also named Alex, enters the equation and threatens everyone's sense of security. 

But above all else, The O Group is a business. It's important to keep things professional.

"Let's remember, this is a small town," head honcho Jason Oppenheim tells his staffers. "Reputation matters." 

Not sure everyone got that memo...

What happened at the end of 'Selling the OC' season 1?

As for the plot of seasons two and three, producers definitely have a lot of material to work with, as we did not leave the seaside brokerage's cast on exactly good terms.

At the end of the final episode in the debut season, Alexandra Jarvis and Alexandra Rose had a major bust-up with Kayla Cardona, Polly Brindle and Alexandra Hall after they claimed Kayla and Alexandra had been inappropriate with Tyler Stanaland after that nose-biting incident.

The pair dubbed them as "hypocrites" with Tyler leaping to their defense and calling Rose and Jarvis "bullies." The dispute ended with Tyler warning the pair that they were burning bridges and that relationships were everything regarding success in the real estate business.

The finale ended with a very icy day in the Oppenheim Group HQ, as Jarvis and Rose then celebrated the selling of their $20 million listing, by ringing the iconic gold bell—which earned them some very cold stares from the rest of the cast…such a tantalizing ending!

Shortly after the first season wrapped, we learned of Tyler Stanaland's sudden split from wife Brittany Snow, which likely could be a result of his behavior at the office. We have a feeling we'll get more into this on September 8.

When speaking to My Imperfect Life, realtor head honcho, Jason Oppenheim, expressed how wonderful it's been to witness this area of his business grow. 

"That office becoming so successful as quickly as it has is the biggest reward," Oppenheim told us. "They've doubled anything I thought they could've achieved in their first couple of years."

Where does the drama stack up with said reward? We'll soon find out! Watch this space for a teaser trailer!

Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team, where she covers everything from entertainment to fashion and beauty, as well as TikTok trends for Woman&Home, after previously writing for My Imperfect Life and GoodTo. Interestingly though, Naomi actually has a background in design, having studied illustration at Plymouth University but lept into the media world in 2020, after always having a passion for writing and earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ.

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.

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