Selling The Hamptons Season 2 - Here's What We Can Tell Fans So Far

For the past several years, reality television has shifted from documenting the ordinary lives of people and their shenanigans to following the lives of the rich and famous, as seen on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" and "Paris In Love." A popular sub-genre of reality shows about the rich and famous is series about luxury real estate. Shows like "Selling Sunset" and "Million Dollar Beach House" have become hits for Netflix, with viewers lusting over the dream homes showcased on camera, and delighting in the drama that comes along with making sales in a highly competitive housing market.

Seeing how popular those shows have become, Discovery decided to enter the competition and created "Selling The Hamptons," which features three former agents from "Million Dollar Beach House." Per the network's press release, "Selling The Hamptons" is a documentary-style series on Discovery+ that follows a team of six Hamptons-based real estate agents — Bianca D'Alessio, J.B. Andreassi, Michael Fulfree, Peggy Zabakolas, Kenny Arias, and Mia Calabrese — from Nest Seekers International as they compete to be crowned the best agent in the East End. "Selling The Hamptons" Season 1 premiered in January, but viewers are already eager to know if a second season is in the works. Here's what we can tell fans so far about "Selling The Hamptons" Season 2.

When is the release date for Selling The Hamptons Season 2?

As "Selling The Hamptons" Season 1 premiered at the start of 2022, Discovery has not yet announced a renewal for "Selling The Hamptons" Season 2, and therefore no release date has been set either, according to Premiere Date. However, cast member J.B. Andreassi has indicated he's all in favor of the show going on for another season.

"I would love to continue it," he told Distractify. "We'll just keep this thing going for the next 10 years." J.B. added that he believes the authenticity of the show will keep viewers wanting more. According to J.B., the cast members are happy to oblige, as the realtors are eager to continue to showcase their work through the small screen. "It's real stuff," he explained. "It's not like we're acting; this is what we do day to day. It makes it a little bit easier to be on TV and to not have to worry about how you're coming off." He added, "This is authentically us."

So, it seems like the future of the show is in Discovery's hands — here's hoping an announcement will come sooner rather than later!

Who is in the cast of Selling The Hamptons Season 2?

If "Selling The Hamptons" is to be renewed, then fans can be assured that their beloved real estate agents would return as well. As per the Us Weekly, the cast includes real estate brokers Bianca D'Alessio, J.B. Andreassi, Michael Fulfree, Peggy Zabakolas, Kenny Arias, and Mia Calabrese, who work for the Nest Seekers brokerage. If some of the agents' names sound familiar to you, it's because three of them were featured on Netflix's "Million Dollar Beach House," per Deadline.

The agents don't seem to mind hopping from one show to another as long as they make money and enjoy what they do, as Peggy told Us Weekly ahead of the show's premiere in January. "A great opportunity came and it's really exciting," Peggy said of her move from Netflix to Discovery. "I've always done what I do to help my clients and my future clients." She added that while she was grateful for the ratings that "MDBH" got, she didn't regret moving on to "Selling The Hamptons," saying, "As long as it helps elevate the business, that's all I can hope for."

It's safe to assume that the other Nest Seekers agents feel the same way about conducting more business with sellers if the show gets renewed for another season.

There's a lot of 'drama' on Selling The Hamptons

While we don't know exactly when Discovery plans to make "Selling The Hamptons" Season 2 official, we do know that there's a lot of drama and competition on the show, which was filmed in summer 2021, per People. In an interview with TV Insider, Peggy Zabakolas and J.B. Andreassi said what viewers see on the series is exactly what happens in real life, while noting they go through day-to-day activities on the show.

Peggy explained there is "always gonna be drama between people, because when you put six strong-minded, A-gamers in a room, you're gonna have differences of opinion." J.B. explained, "For us, this is 100 percent real — real clients that I interact with all the time, real investors that we invite to our parties, whether the cameras are up or the cameras are down. There's no BS here."

Drama aside, Peggy said there's nothing but love for her fellow agents after she completes a bid. "At the end of the day, we all respect each other, and it's business," she shared. "The Hamptons is such a small market where there aren't that many homes available for sale, so it's bound to happen that you're going to be bidding against someone you know." We hope to see more of camaraderie (and drama) on a possible "Selling The Hamptons" Season 2!