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People have been well and truly blown away by the Netflix reality series Selling Sunset.
The show follows the Oppenheim Group and a dazzling array of real estate agents who try to sell multi-million dollar homes in Los Angeles.
After three seasons and a fourth likely on the way, there has been a lot of hype built around the cast and the properties they get to sell.
But if you're based here in Australia and have wanted something similar on these shores, you're about to get it.
Amazon Prime is doing an original version of the show and it's set in Sydney. Hopefully it will contain just as many beautiful homes and just as much dramatic bitching as its American counterpart.
The show will focus on real estate agents Gavin Rubinstein, D'Leanne Lewis and Simon Cohen and will follow their quest to find buyers for some of the city's most exclusive addresses.
Erika North, Head of Originals Asia Pacific at Amazon Studios, said in a statement: "We are pleased to be announcing the new Sydney real estate docu-reality series to our growing and successful Amazon Australian Originals line up.
"We are looking forward to continuing our work with talented Australian producers to showcase the beautiful backdrop Sydney provides and give customers a glimpse into the world-class real estate market in this iconic city."
Viewers will get to know the likes of Vaucluse, Bondi, Mosman and other glitzy postcodes like the backs of their hands after watching the first season.
The show will be put together by Eureka Productions, who have produced the likes of The Voice Australia, The Amazing Race Australia and Drunk History Australia.
Co-boss of Eureka Productions, Chris Culvenor hopes the show will be just as good as Selling Sunset: "Sydney's real estate market is unlike any other in the world, it's a brilliant mix of big personalities, spectacular properties and high-stakes deals. We are thrilled to be working with Amazon Prime Video on this premium production.
"Sydney's real estate sales continue to grow each year, and at the heart of these multi-million-dollar deals is the outstanding local real estate agents.
"Amazon Prime Video is uniquely placed to share stories with audiences in more than 240 countries and territories, showcasing one of the world's most stunning cities to a global audience, through the lens of our real estate dynamos."
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