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Selling the OC viewers have labelled it 'the most vile negative horrific series' on Netflix

Rhiannon Ingle

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Selling the OC viewers have labelled it 'the most vile negative horrific series' on Netflix

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Warning! Spoilers below...

The Selling Sunset spin-off, Selling the O.C., first aired 24 August 2022 on Netflix and has since whipped up quite a storm online.

So much so, viewers are dubbing the spin-off series 'vile' and 'horrific'.

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Created by mastermind Adam DiVello, who's also responsible for the Florida-based spin-off Selling Tampa, the latest addition to the Selling family follows the same premise as its predecessors.

The drama series carefully follows the lives of a group of luxury real estate agents – all with very big characters.

Documenting both the process behind selling real estate alongside the drama that lurks behind closed doors, it's fair to say that fans were bubbling with excitement to tune in to the latest series.

The Netflix synopsis reads: "A fresh set of realtors square off, competing to establish themselves at The Oppenheim Group’s second office on the Orange County coast. Will the pressure prove too much for these agents to handle?"

Viewers are calling the latest Selling O.C. series 'vile' and 'horrific'. Credit: Netflix
Viewers are calling the latest Selling O.C. series 'vile' and 'horrific'. Credit: Netflix

With eight juicy episodes to binge so far, fans were anticipating what would unfold as the realtors made their mark on Newport Beach, Orange County.

And it wasn't just the location that changed – the new series welcomes a batch of new faces including the likes of Alex Hall, Alexandra Jarvis, Alexandra Rose, Austin Victoria, Brandi Marshall, Gio Helou, Kayla Cardona, Lauren Brito, Polly Brindle, Sean Palmieri and Tyler Stanaland.

A few viewers have already sunk their teeth into the latest Netflix series, sharing their conflicting – yet strong – feelings about the show.

Taking to Twitter, one viewer posted: "Selling the O.C. is hands down the most vile negative horrific series I’ve ever watched in my life SO WHY CANT I TURN IT OFF ffs."

Echoing a similar sentiment another commented on how the show quickly became her guilty pleasure: "Selling the O.C. is straight up trash and I love it but my GOD Polly and Alex Hall are seriously the worst."

Comparing the new series to its very popular forerunner, another wrote: "Selling The O.C. is like a really bad high school version of Selling Sunset."

A fourth chimed in, agreeing with the comparison between the two shows: "Selling the O.C. was so bad I have to rewatch the latest season of Selling Sunset to remind myself what good reality TV is."

The news follows confirmation that the much-adored fan-favourite Selling Sunset will return for a sixth and seventh season.

Netflix released an official statement alerting fans that: "Production will start this summer."

Selling the O.C. is available to watch on Netflix.

Topics: Selling Sunset, TV And Film

Rhiannon Ingle
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