Selling The Hamptons Season 2: Details We Know So Far

Luxury real estate is still having a moment on reality television. One of the latest offerings in this popular genre is "Selling the Hamptons," a show that documents the impressive real estate sales and the high-powered agents transforming the industry in the Hamptons. Similar to other reality television shows like "Selling Sunset" and "Million Dollar Listing," "Selling the Hamptons" is as much about the luxury properties, as it is about the real estate brokers selling the properties. The show is a spinoff, of sorts, from Netflix's "Million Dollar Beach House." Both shows feature real estate brokers from Nest Seekers International, per TV Insider.

Located on eastern Long Island in New York City, the Hamptons consists of a string of beach communities that have been a frequent vacation destination for the city's residents for decades. "The Hamptons is a magical place — beautiful people, beautiful cars, beautiful homes, and really good celebrity sightings. It is so chic. People will do whatever they have to do to get a deal done," real estate broker and cast member Mia Calabrese says on the show, according to the New York Post.

So, what do we know about a possible second season of the show?

When will the second season of the show premiere?

At this point, "Selling the Hamptons" has yet to be renewed for a second season. This might be largely due to the fact that the show only just premiered in January 2022 and concluded in March 2022. Still haven't watched Season 1 of the show? Viewers can watch episodes of "Selling the Hamptons" on Discovery+, according to The Cinemaholic.

Even from the very first episode, the six cast members of "Selling the Hamptons" were hustling to sell some of the most exclusive properties in the Hamptons. According to the New York Post, these properties include a $7 million East Hampton "Glass House," a $21 million Southampton house, and a $35 million Southampton house with incredible features, such as a hydraulic retractable television by the pool.

While speaking with Us Weekly, cast member and real estate broker J.B. Andreassi spoke of what made the Hamptons an especially tempting market for those in real estate. "We are talking about properties not just in our ultra-luxury alpha market — which is $10 million-plus — but $15 million, $20 million, and $30 million listings that are part of the show from start to finish," Andreassi told Us Weekly, "And some of what comes with that includes picking up the billionaire client who flies onto the helipad on Meadow Lane in Southampton. It's an authentic show."

Who will appear in the second season?

Given that no information has been revealed regarding Season 2 of "Selling the Hamptons," it is also unclear which cast members from the first season will be staging a return. According to Us Weekly, the current cast from Season 1 are real estate brokers Bianca D'Alessio, J.B. Andreassi, Michael Fulfree, Peggy Zabakolas, Kenny Arias, and Mia Calabrese, who are from the Hamptons branch of the Nest Seekers International real estate brokerage firm.

Unlike the other real estate brokers, Andreassi actually grew up in the Hamptons. According to Distractify, Andreassi's father worked as a builder in the Hamptons for 30 years. For her part, Calabrese worked as a concierge liaison at one of the most expensive nightclubs in the world, where she first brushed elbows with billionaires and millionaires. While Fulfree might not be as experienced in selling luxury real estate, as he is more experienced in selling smaller properties, he appears to be a fast learner on the show.

Arias, originally from the Dominican Republic, originally worked in finance prior to making the transition to a real estate broker. Though she is an experienced real estate broker, Zabakolas admits that it was difficult for her to make the transition from selling real estate in New York City to selling luxury properties in the Hamptons, per Distractify.

D'Alessio's father was a developer who went to prison for fraud

Bianca D'Alessio is one of the most successful real estate brokers on "Selling the Hamptons," boasting a real estate portfolio worth an eye-watering $10 billion. However, as the New York Post reports, in a field where your name matters just as much as your skillset, Bianca is at quite a disadvantage. This is because Bianca is the daughter of New York City real estate developer Michael D'Alessio, who was found guilty of embezzling $58 million from investors in 2019. For his three-year scheme that included ripping off some of the top investors in real estate, Michael was sentenced to six years in prison, per the New York Post. According to Bianca, her father's deeds and prison sentence were devastating for her family. Despite his actions, Bianca still has an active relationship with her father.

"For the first time in my life, I was very embarrassed, and I still am, of my name. And that's really hard when you're trying to build your reputation and brand," Bianca told the New York Post. "My story is a very big part of who I am. I do have a relationship with my father still. It had a big impact on my life."