SurrealEstate is returning for a season 2 after initially getting canceled

Syfy is bringing back SurrealEstate for a second season


Syfy has un-canceled SurrealEstate.

Will there be a season 2 of SurrealEstate?

In October 2021, the network canceled the paranormal drama after one season. The cancellation news came one month after the show’s season 1 finale and was announced by series creator George Olson, who noted that they were committed to finding a new home for the series.

Fast-forward to earlier this week, Olson didn’t find a new home for SurrealEstate, as Syfy reversed the show’s cancellation and renewed the series for a season 2.

Shortly after the renewal news, Olson took to Twitter to thank the fans, telling them that they are “the reason” for the show’s comeback.

When will season 2 of SurrealEstate come out?

SurrealEstate season 2 doesn’t have an exact release date yet, but Syfy announced that the show’s sophomore run will premiere in 2023.

What is SurrealEstate about?

Created by Olson, the series follows real estate agent Luke Roman (Tim Rozon) and his elite team of specialists who handle the cases that no one else can: haunted and possessed houses that literally scare would-be buyers away.

Who stars in SurrealEstate?

Aside from Rozon who plays the main protagonist, SurrealEstate also stars Sarah Levy as agent Susan Ireland, Adam Korson as paranormal researcher Phil Orley, Maurice Dean Wint as technology specialist August Ripley, Savannah Basley as Zooey L’Enfant, and Tennille Read as Megan Donovan.

Both Rozon and Wint have taken to Twitter to address the show’s season 2 renewal. Check out their tweets below:

Source: TVLine
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