RHOA’s Sheree Whitfield & Carlos King give birth to their new WeTV series ‘Selling It In The ATL’


Most of the folks in ATL live in cheap rented apartments, drive sedans, and work customer service jobs for a living like anywhere else in the country, a town full of pretentious dreamers and wannabe’s for the most part.. But these reality shows do a good job at hiding how overrated the city is, and with the new series ‘Selling It In The ATL’ WeTV now plans to further falsely depict it as the new real estate capital of the country where women can thrive as successful real estate agents..

We already know that WeTV holds the crown for having the most scripted reality shows with staged scenes, and now that they have their formula down to a science they plan to exploit the hell out of it by pushing out more heavily scripted “ATL based” reality shows. They really should start considering tackling cities like Dallas, Houston, Chicago etc. for some of these shows to freshen things up a bit, but for now the Sheree Whitfield and Carlos King produced series “Selling It In The ATL” is what’s in the pipeline..

-WETV reports;

WE tv announced today that the network has greenlit the new docu-series “Selling It: In The ATL,” both adding to its growing original programming slate and further developing a franchise focused on the popular city of Atlanta. WE tv will debut six, one-hour episodes of “Selling It: In The ATL” on Thursday, November 5 at 10 pm.

“Selling It: In The ATL” follows seven diverse female professionals who are changing the face of Atlanta real estate. In an industry once dominated by men, these women use their business acumen and large-than-life personalities to close major deals amidst the booming Atlanta housing economy. It’s a seller’s market in the growing city and there’s not enough inventory for the influx of buyers and investors looking to call Atlanta home. 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. -WETV