‘Selling The OC’ of course took the internet by storm after season one debuted on Netflix.
And the series shows no signs of slowing down after the season two release. Gio from the cast let fans know that the Oppenheim Group brought even more of their personalities to the big screen as of late.
The cast member from the Orange County office said that the team is still balancing the tension after the latest season hit the streaming giant.
Gio stated, “As far as you know office dynamics go, tensions are still really, really high. It’s just as you see, we all have such strong personalities and you know the cameras bring out all different colors.”
The star also went on to admit, “When we travel together and just within in the office, it was a really intense season and the intensity hasn’t subsided one bit.”
In the latest addition to the franchise, viewers got a chance to see more of the extravagant houses, lives of some of the real estate members of the Oppenheim Group, and of course more drama on screen.
In a conversation with What’s Trending, Gio said that not only did everyone bring their A-game to the reality series this time around, but they also did not hold back their ‘strong personalities.’
Gio also let viewers know that although the season was full of big moments and more, the cast didn’t get a chance to watch the series until just a few days before the general public did. And while watching it back, many of the cast members picked up additional drama going on behind the scenes.
Helou admits it’s “because we forget. We’re filming here in this office, we’re filming in Cabo and there’s so many things going in we forget all the little nuances to the drama and you know all the things people say you didn’t hear in real time. It was pretty mind blowing to watch it, and I’m still pretty uncomfortable seeing myself on camera.”
Aside from the series premiere, the OC realtor let fans know that he is eagerly awaiting the birth of his young child with his wife and he is quite a bit nervous about becoming a father. In addition, he said he eagerly would love to show more of his life on screen.
“I like how the show is diving a little bit deeper into personal storylines.” Helou noted. “It would be nice to show and reveal a little more of my personal side because I have such a strong work front and my gaurd is up all the time. I wouldn’t be opposed to peeling back a few layers in the future.
The reality star even admits that he is definitely looking to sell one of the first homes in Mexico, and any new members added to the team will definitely have some shoes to fill.
Gio stated, “I think my castmates killed it. They are all very vulnerable and real,” when it came to their ambition and drive on the series.
You can catch Selling OC Season 2 streaming on Netflix.