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Netflix lines up two more Selling Sunset seasons, invests in new property series

Production of seasons six and seven of Selling Sunset begins this summer

Netflix has renewed its real estate series Selling Sunset for another two seasons, in addition to unveiling several new and returning series from companies including Spoke Studios and Critical Content.

Done and Done Productions and Lionsgate have been commissioned to make seasons six and seven of Selling Sunset, which follows a group of women realtors at The Oppenheim Group real estate agency. Production of the new episodes begins this summer.

The streaming giant has also revealed a new 8×40’ format, How To Build a Sex Room, produced by ITV America and High Noon Entertainment. Hosted by interior designer Melanie Rose, the show follows couples as they renovate spaces in their homes in order to carry out sexual fantasies. It will premiere July 8.

Instant Dream Home (8×45’), produced by Critical Content, is described as “part home renovation show and part heist movie.” The show is hosted by Danielle Brooks and sees family homes being transformed and radically improved in just one day.

Factual series Buy My House (6×30’) is also from Critical Content and follows homeowners from across the US as they look to sell their properties to one of four real-estate tycoons.

Elsewhere, Netflix has commissioned a pair of shows from Spoke Studios, a division of Brent Montgomery’s Wheelhouse Group.

Designing Miami follows two of the city’s most sought-after designers, who also happen to be husband and wife. The 8×40’ series premieres on September 21.

In addition, Spoke Studios is producing Buying Beverly Hills (8×40’) alongside Just Entertainment. The real estate series follows the agents and clients within Mauricio Umansky’s The Agency in Beverly Hill.

Netflix confirmed that Selling Sunset spin-off Selling The OC, also from Done and Done Productions and Lionsgate, will debut on August 24. The show follows a new set of realtors as they compete to establish themselves at The Oppenheim Group’s second office in Orange County.

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