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WE tv greenlights Atlanta real estate series

The World of Wonder- and Kingdom Reign Entertainment-produced series follows seven female real estate professionals and is the latest in a string of WE tv reality series set in Atlanta.
October 7, 2015

U.S. cable network WE tv will begin airing the real estate-focused docuseries Selling It: In the ATL.

The 6 x 60-minute show, which will premiere on November 5, is being produced by World of Wonder and Kingdom Reign Entertainment.

The show focuses on seven female real estate professionals in Atlanta who are catering to an influx of residents. “Every property has a story and as the new, gentrified Atlanta moves in, embracing a progressive culture that encourages residents to ‘live, work and play,’ the old South fights to stay alive and relevant,” the network said in a statement.

Selling It: In the ATL is part of the network’s focus on expanding its audience in the Atlanta market with shows that are set there, such as the hairdresser series Cutting It: In the ATL, which has been renewed for a second season, as well as Braxton Family Values and Mary Mary.

Selling It: In the ATL is exec produced by Randy Barbato, Fenton Bailey and Tom Campbell and co-exec produced by Andrew Hoagland, Anthony Sylvester and Sheree Whitfield. Carlos King is the executive producer for Kingdom Reign Entertainment. Lauren Gellert, David Stefanou and Kate Farrell are exec producing for the network.

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