‘Selling the Big Easy’ Season 2: New Release Date, Spoilers & All About the HGTV Show
After the resounding success of Season 1 of “Selling Big Easy,” fans had just one question in mind: When will Season 2 of the new HGTV show drop? The show follows New Orleans resident and native real estate expert Brittany Picolo-Ramos as she helps clients find their perfect Crescent City dream home.
The HGTV show was originally scheduled to return on September 10, but following the devastating loss and damage Hurricane Ida left in New Orleans, the premiere date of “Selling Big Easy” has been pushed back to an earlier date. later date. Fans of the series will therefore have to wait a little longer to see Brittany and her adventures in NOLA again for a little while. In the meantime, you can find out all about the upcoming season 2 of “Selling Big Easy,” including the new release date here.
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The new release date for Season 2 of “Selling Big Easy” is Friday October 1st. The show will premiere with two consecutive episodes at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET / PT on HGTV.
Brittany took to her Instagram to announce the new release date and relief efforts for New Orleans residents following Hurricane Ida. She wrote: “SELL BIG EASY UPDATE AND HURRICANE IDA HELP 🌟 @hgtv CHANGES THE DATE FROM FIRST SEASON TO SECOND SEASON FROM ‘SELL BIG EASY’ TO FRIDAY OCT 1 AT 9PM AND 9:30 PM ET / PT. HGTV to support Hurricane Ida recovery efforts with donations to @savethechildren and @americanredcross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services. Viewers can text HURRICANE at 707070 to help affected families. In response to the devastation. left after Hurricane Ida, HGTV will move its first September season originally slated for sale on the Big Easy to Friday, October 1 at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET / PT and will make donations to Save the Children and relief services and Red Cross recovery campaign via its social media platforms, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, HGTV will also invite viewers who wish to help those affected by Hurricane Ida to text HURRICANE to 707070. “
“It was hard to watch the country face the heartbreaking destruction caused by a hurricane again,” said Jane Latman, president of HGTV & Streaming home Content, Discovery, Inc. “And, after filming Selling the Big Easy in New Orleans for so many months, and by making deep connections with people who make it a truly remarkable and unique city, the HGTV team have felt a strong desire to help. We hope viewers will join in. it is up to us to support recovery efforts as well. “Save the Children and American Red Cross Relief and Recovery Services to provide shelter, support and essential supplies to thousands of families affected by Hurricane Ida.” , says the press release.
How to watch season 2 of “Selling the Big Easy”?
In addition to attending the TV premiere of Season 2 of “Selling the Big Easy”, viewers can also follow the show on the Discovery + account. The episodes are available to stream one day in advance for those who subscribe to the app. Besides these options, the new season will also be available to stream on the HGTV Go app. Viewers can also access the episodes using other streaming services including Philo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV and fuboTV.
“Selling the Big Easy” features Brittany Picolo-Ramos, a real estate expert from New Orleans and a resident of New Orleans who specializes in selling NOLA properties par excellence. The new 12-episode season will follow Brittany and her full-service agency as they help families find a home with the right amount of history and charm. “Real estate professional Brittany Picolo-Ramos and her team make finding a home fun by taking an enthusiastic approach to buying and selling stylish and historic properties in New Orleans,” the summary reads. the show.
The first episode of “Selling the Big Easy” titled “The Uptown Townhome Vs. Pigeon Town Ownership features Brittany helping a working mother, who is also a first-time buyer to find a perfect property in Uptown so that she can not. only live there with her daughter, but also rent her out to tenants.
A bad decision pushed Brittany to get into real estate. When she and her husband Marco Ramos lost money buying a house for a relative, the former employee in the restaurant and telecommunications industry plunged into the competitive residential real estate industry, to make sure no one else would make the same mistakes her husband and she did. In October 2019. Marco launched Godwyn & Stone Real Estate where Brittany leads her team of agents, many of whom have been with her since 2015.
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