HGTV Delays ‘Selling the Big Easy’ After Hurricane Ida

HGTV Delays ‘Selling the Big Easy’ After Hurricane Ida

Fans of “Selling the Big Easy” should wait a little bit longer as HGTV delays the season two premiere whereas New Orleans recovers from Hurricane Ida’s injury. Discovery introduced the brand new season will kick off on October 1, 2021, as a substitute of its unique September date.

“It was tough to see the nation as soon as once more cope with coronary heart wrenching destruction attributable to a hurricane,” Jane Latman, president, HGTV & Streaming house Content, Discovery, Inc stated in a press launch. “And, after filming ‘Selling the Big Easy’ in New Orleans for therefore many months, and constructing deep connections with individuals who make it a really outstanding and distinctive metropolis, the HGTV crew felt a robust want to assist. We hope viewers will be part of us to help restoration efforts too.”

The premiere will double as a fundraiser. In the announcement, the corporate revealed will probably be inviting viewers to affix them in making donations to Save the Children and American Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Services.

HGTV introduced in April 2021 that “Selling the Big Easy” would return with a 12-episode second season.

The show sees New Orleans Native Brittany Picolo-Ramos and her “full service company as they assist households discover the home of their goals by displaying them high-end houses with the correct amount of historical past and attraction,” in line with the community. “She additionally helps shoppers’ stage and promote their houses for high greenback within the metropolis’s vibrant actual property agent. With an approachable and effervescent model, Brittany effortlessly guides shoppers by means of the shopping for and promoting course of whereas touting the engaging facilities that the Crescent City has to supply.”

Picolo-Ramos Announced Her Pregnancy in May 2021

Picolo-Ramos took to Instagram on May 9, 2021, to announce she is anticipating her second youngster after years of infertility. The actual property specialist already shares daughter Sophiana together with her husband of 15 years, Marco.

“THE GOOD NEWS IS OUT,” she wrote. “After 6 years of making an attempt and a couple of miscarriages, we truthfully had misplaced all hope and stopped making an attempt to get pregnant.”

In one other Instagram put up, she revealed she took a being pregnant check after realizing “meals was tasting in a different way.” She added, “Marco stated there was no manner I used to be pregnant as a result of we had tried and failed for therefore lengthy that he felt it was unattainable, however for me I used to be taking the check purely to show that I wasn’t loopy and being dramatic, however truthfully was not anticipating a optimistic check!”

She revealed in her being pregnant announcement that she filmed the upcoming season of “Selling the Big Easy” whereas pregnant. She wrote it “has been exhausting however I’m having a lot enjoyable feeling child whereas I movie.”

Picolo-Ramos revealed on social media that her daughter is due in November 2021.

Picolo-Ramos Opened a New Godwyn Realty New Orleans Office

Picolo-Ramos and her husband’s actual property brokerage, Godwyn Realty, opened a brand new New Orleans workplace on August 5, 2021. It is now positioned in what she wrote is “the center of a metropolis that we’re honored to serve.”

Marking the event on Instagram, she wrote, “All my favourite folks got here collectively to assist us rejoice, and we’re simply so grateful to have such an incredible crew and nice mates that help and what we’re right here within the metropolis!”

She wrote that the agency “takes nice delight within the companies we have constructed – however we take larger delight in serving to households make the funding of a lifetime!”

When saying the season’s unique premiere date, Picolo-Ramos revealed the agency had a brand new dealer, Faye Marie McCaskill.

“Selling the Big Easy” returns to HGTV on October 1, 2021, at 9 and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT.

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