Selling Tampa Season 1 Release Date, Cast, And More Information

With all of the success that Netflix's "Selling Sunset" had, it's no wonder that the streaming service is already making spinoffs, and the first one is "Selling Tampa." Like "Selling Sunset," the Tampa spinoff is created by Adam DiVello, who also made "Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County" for MTV. While "Selling Sunset" is centered around The Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles, "Selling Tampa" will follow the agents of Allure Reality, which is only two years old and founded by Sharelle Rosado, a military veteran who made it a point to hire only Black women realtors for her business. 

Netflix said of the show, "These ladies are equally as fun as they are fiercely ambitious, with all of them vying to be on top of the lavish world of luxury waterfront real estate. Sharelle has big plans for her brokerage and won't let anyone or anything get in the way of making her dreams a reality."

It sounds like "Selling Tampa" will be just as entertaining and drama-fueled as the OG series — here's everything we know about it.

'Selling Tampa' arrives just in time for the holidays

"Selling Sunset" Season 4 just concluded, but "Selling Tampa" is just getting started. Season 1 of the spinoff premiered on Netflix on December 15 and was quickly devoured by reality TV fans in no time. The Selling Tampa trailer came along with the "Selling Sunset" Season 4 trailer and shows Jason and Brett Oppenheim with all of their agents behind them, strutting toward Sharelle Rosado and her team and tossing the keys over. A fitting visual to connect both of the shows and the agencies, and one that was coordinated by the very pregnant Sharelle herself. 

Sharelle told Glamour UK that she saw something in her firm, and when watching "Selling Sunset," she started to think that her agency deserved the limelight as well. She recalled contacting people in the TV industry to see whether they were interested and even slid into creator Adam DiVello's Instagram DMs to make it happen. "The rest is history," she told the outlet. 

She added, "Every one of my staff is fiercely ambitious. As you know, a room full of ambitious women is not always an easy mix. However, I run my team a bit like how I did my army career. It really is a military structure I follow; I am the leader and they are my soldiers." She added, "Most of the time they follow the rules, if not they can just walk away." So who are these fierce women? 

'Selling Tampa' follows successful ladies

Sharelle Rosado is the big boss at Allure Reality, the setting for Netflix's "Selling Tampa" Season 1. The first thing people will notice about her is that she's pregnant and expecting a daughter with her fiancé Chad Johnson, a former NFL wide receiver. But that's not going to stop her from doing multimillion-dollar real estate deals. She's bringing a slew of amazing agents with her, as well. First up is her right-hand woman, Juawana Williams. Rosado told Glamour UK of their relationship, "Juawana is my sidekick. With her by my side we make huge strides in our high heels. I regularly say to her to sit in my chair when I am out of the office and to take the lead. I'm not sure the other girls like it so much but it keeps them on their toes. That's where you will see some of the more dramatic storylines; I don't think the women like to see Juawana in my huge office space." 

Those other women are, per Netflix, Alexis Williams, Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere, Colony Reeves, Juawana Willaims, Karla Giorgio, Rena Frazier, and Tennille Moore. Only time will tell who is the villain and who is the office sweetheart. 

'Selling Tampa' says go big or go home

Although there weren't much in the way of spoilers about the plot ahead of "Selling Tampa" Season 1, office politics were obviously front and center in the drama department, like Netflix's "Selling Sunset." According to Entertainment Weekly, one major difference between the two shows is that the homes are even more massive than the ones in the Hollywood Hills of the OG series. This is likely because they're in Florida, where homes can literally sprawl and aren't confined to the same pesky ordinances that homes in Los Angeles are. Also, most of the buyers are sports figures, so if you're also into pro-sports, the show works on so many levels. 

The outlet also reports that the fashions are just as gorgeous as on "Selling Sunset" and in one scene, Sharelle Rosado actually reads the definition of "cocktail attire" to ensure that the agents aren't too over or underdressed. Can you imagine Jason and Brett Oppenheim doing the same?  Cocktail attire and sprawling mansions aside, it's obvious why "Selling Tampa" Season 1 is a hit with reality TV fans.