Bringing the ultimate girl-boss vibes to our screen, Selling Tampa is based around an all-female, all-Black agency ready to show you around the seaside condos of your dreams.
That's when they take time away from the inter-office drama, naturally.
So what can we expect from the show? Will any former Selling Sunset stars make an appearance?
Here's everything you need to know about the new cast and when you'll be able to watch the show.
Selling Tampa release date: When does Netflix launch the new series?
Thankfully, we don’t have long to wait before we get our first season of Selling Tampa. The episodes drop on 15th December 2021 on Netflix.
We'll be getting eight, 45-minute long episodes to binge through. It's not been confirmed if a second season is in the works yet.
Selling Tampa cast: Who are the realtors?
The leading lady of Selling Tampa is Sharelle Rosado, a military veteran turned real-estate mogul who runs Allure Realty.
The former paratrooper knows what it takes to complete a mission no matter how difficult, and manages to juggle being a mum of three while also dealing with the inner workings of her team.
Laser focused on making her business a resounding success, she has created a squad of highly ambitious women ready to sell big in the Sunshine State.
This includes: Juawana Colbert-Williams, Colony Reeves, Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere, Rena Frazier, Karla Giorgio, Tennille Moore and Alexis Williams.
Netflix teases that the women "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".
It's not yet known if any of the Selling Sunset stars will make cameos or not.
Let the games begin.
Selling Tampa plot: What’s going to happen?
It's all go over at Allure Realty, with Sharelle on a mission to become one of the most sought-after brokerages in all of Tampa.
But this also brings about some drama, with the initial trailer showing two of her agents not pulling their weight, another feeling like she deserves more loyalty, and a fourth even considering leaving and starting up a rival firm.
While the trailer didn't give more than that away, it's more than enough to get us wondering.
But that's not all. In fact, Sharelle has confirmed cameras caught the moment she discovered she was unexpectedly pregnant back in August.
The star is expecting a baby girl with her fiancé, former NFL player Chad Johnson. This will be Chad's eighth child and Sharelle's fourth.
Speaking to People, Sharelle said: "It was shocking. I think I was crying and laughing at the same time. I just can't wait. It's actually going by so fast. I found out I was pregnant while we were filming, so time is flying. It doesn't even seem like it's been that long."
"I always wanted a big family," she added. "So I think with this last one, she's just the perfect number to finish it off."
Selling Tampa trailer: When can I see it?
The official first look trailer for Selling Tampa dropped on 30 November, just two weeks before the show makes its debut.
In it, Sharelle is seen leading the team as they vouch for their work place, sell luxury houses and "close deals in their heels".
However, she's also taking no prisoners, with Alexis and Karla being told to 'step it up' after failing to meet Sharelle's high standards.
But it seems no one's under more pressure than Sharelle, who is seen breaking down to her fiancé that she fears she's juggling too much in her life to give the brokerage 100%.
Meanwhile Rena confesses that she's considering leaving the company to start up a rival business that would clash with Allure.
Is all fair in love, war and realty?
Not too much longer to find out...
Selling Tampa launches on 15 December on Netflix.
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