Amazon Prime hires Sydney’s dazzling real estate reality TV show

Amazon Prime hires Sydney’s dazzling real estate reality TV show
Amazon Prime hires Sydney’s dazzling real estate reality TV show

Australian fans of the dazzling reality series Selling Sunset will enjoy a new high-end real estate series filmed in Sydney.

On behalf of Amazon Prime Video, the unnamed local TV show started production this week and will follow three real estate agents – sales agents Gavin Rubinstein and D’Leanne Lewis and buyer agent Simon Cohen – who rotate and trade luxury homes in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

The series promises to combine stunning port real estate worth millions and millions with the intense drama of a highly competitive market powered by great personalities who do whatever it takes.

When the popularity of the Netflix series Sell ​​sunset (with real estate agents selling luxury Los Angeles homes) will confirm during the COVID lockdown that this is a formula that will appeal to a wide audience.

If nothing else, the Sydney-based show may offer a glimpse of how these homes fetch the kind of fancy prices that will pop the average Sydney sider’s eyes before lamenting how overpriced the market is.

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The three personalities at the center of the series are known in high-end real estate circles.

The real estate agent Lewis is a principal at Laing + Simmons Double Bay, was once known as the “Queen of Queen’s Park” and has record sales of well over 100 million US dollars.

Rubinstein runs his own company within the Ray White Group (where he was a top seller for many years) and one profile called him Australia’s most controversial figure in real estate.

Oh, and apparently he quotes LeBron James and has his sunglasses made to measure in Los Angeles – make what you want with them.

Cohen is the co-founder of Australia’s largest buying company.

The series is produced by Eureka Productions, which is also working on other reality franchises, including Farmer wants a wife, The real dirty dance and The amazing race Australia.

Chris Culvenor, Co-Managing Director of Eureka, said in a statement: “Sydney’s real estate market is unique in the world, it is a brilliant mix of great people, spectacular properties and high stakes deals.

“Sydney’s real estate sales continue to grow every year, and these multi-million dollar deals are centered around great local real estate agents.

“Amazon Prime Video is uniquely positioned to share stories with audiences in more than 200 countries and territories, and to bring one of the most impressive cities in the world to a global audience through the lens of our real estate dynamos.”

The series will be filmed on location near Sydney under COVID guidelines.

It’s the latest in a number of Australian productions that Amazon has invested in since launching its Prime Video offering in the market.

Other local series including comedy competition LOL: Last laughwhich was hosted by Rebel Wilson and Cricket Documentaries The test: a new era for the Australian team.

Coming is one Packed on the rafterss revival, Back to the rafters and an unnamed documentary that followed the AFL season and provided a behind-the-scenes look at the dramas of a COVID-affected competition.

“Prime Video has commissioned five Amazon Originals series in Australia since 2019,” said Erika North, director of Originals Asia Pacific at Amazon Studios. “We look forward to continuing our collaboration with talented Australian producers to showcase the beautiful scenery of Sydney and give clients an insight into the world-class real estate market in this legendary city.”

Last month, the federal government revised the system that had previously regulated content quotas for local theater, documentary and children’s programs.

In addition, the producer compensation for television and film productions has been harmonized to 30 percent – previously it was 20 percent of television productions and 40 percent of film productions.

Although local content quotas have not been set for local streaming services like Amazon, Netflix and Disney, the new rules require them to report their Australian content investments.

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