A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Making lots of money selling real estate is a major theme, as are friendship, family, relationships, divorce, and competition.
Positive Role Models
The women work hard, are competitive, and are good at their jobs. Some of the agents appear more mature than others.
The series features an all Black and female real estate company. Some of the women are multiracial.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Strong sexual innuendo. Romantic relationships, dating, and a search for a partner are discussed. Some women dress in skimpy, skin revealing outfits.
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Curses like "s--t" and "f--k."
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Products & Purchases
Brands like Mercedes-Benz, Gucci, Yves. St. Laurent, and others visible. There's a lot of focus on expensive, luxury properties and the commissions to be made from their sales.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Lots of champagne and cocktails are consumed over meals, at social events, and at bars.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Selling Tampa is an unscripted series featuring Black, female real estate agents selling luxury properties in Florida. There's lots of catty behavior, cursing, and innuendo, and luxury brands ranging from Mercedes-Benz to Gucci are visible throughout each episode. Drinking (cocktails, champagne) is also frequent.
Is It Any Good?
The voyeuristic reality spin-off features all the expected tensions that come with combining the luxury real estate industry with reality show drama. The empowerment that the women feel as a result of being part of a successful all-Black female-owned business is evident. However, the overall series is focused on highlighting the luxury lifestyle that the agents and their clients are after, while heightening the catty conflicts between them. It's not the most original of shows, but Selling Tampa is enough of an unscripted spectacle to keep folks who like this sort of thing entertained.
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