‘Selling Tampa,’ Netflix’s no. 1 US TV show, hosts premiere party on Davis Islands

click to enlarge (L-R) 'Selling Tampa' cast members Karla Giorgio, Colony Reeves, Rena Frazier, Sharelle Rosado, Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere, Juawana Colbert, Alexis Williams at Tampa Garden Club on Dec. 16, 2021. - ALEXANDRIA JONES
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(L-R) 'Selling Tampa' cast members Karla Giorgio, Colony Reeves, Rena Frazier, Sharelle Rosado, Anne-Sophie Petit-Frere, Juawana Colbert, Alexis Williams at Tampa Garden Club on Dec. 16, 2021.
Stars like “I Am Athlete” podcast host and former football player Brandon Marshall and his wife Michi showed up and showed out in their best to support the women of Allure Realty for the premiere of Netflix’s new real estate reality show series “Selling Tampa.”

“Last year when we launched I Am Athlete and I Am Woman, Sharelle [Rosado, founder of Allure] was telling us she was working on it. Now that it’s out, the content on the show is really, really amazing,” Marshall told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay.

Michi, Marshall’s wife and co-host of the ”I Am Woman” podcast with Sharelle, said the show is going to do so much for Black women representation nationwide.
“That’s one of the reasons I’m so excited is because she’s doing big things as a minority woman. It’s giving girls the feeling and knowledge that they can do it too,” she added.

Within a day of debuting on the streaming service, “Selling Tampa” is now the No. 1 TV show in the U.S., a huge accomplishment for any show featuring a cast of minority women. Cast member Rena Frazier told CL it’s surreal people can finally watch what they’ve been working on.

“It’s unbelievable. For the final product to be out and everyone can watch it, it’s a dream,” she said. “Of course we want it to be entertaining but we want it to be empowering as well.”

Fans can watch the reality show and see views of Bayshore Boulevard, a glimpse into the Allure Realty office in Ybor City, and even shots of some of our favorite local restaurants like Cassis in St. Pete and Forbici in Hyde Park Village.

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