Nearly a year after Season 1 of The Deed aired on primetime television, CNBC has greenlit the New Orleans-based reality show for Season 2. Starring real estate mogul Sidney D. Torres IV, six new episodes of this show will air on CNBC starting Wednesday, June 13, at 9 p.m. Central Standard Time.
Torres announced CNBC’s plan for Season 2 of The Deed last August. In exchange for a percentage of the profits, Torres will guide struggling developers in the house-flipping process. He’ll bring in his monetary resources and aptitude for design to help turn failing residential developments into marketable homes. Each episode will be an hour long.
CNBC approved two versions of the show for Season 2. The first six episodes will star Sidney Torres in New Orleans. In the remaining episodes, Developer Sean Conlon will lead similar renovations in the Windy City, under the title The Deed: Chicago.
Season 1 of The Deed premiered on CNBC on March 1, 2017. The first four episodes of Season 1 starred Torres, as he worked on local developments, such as Bakery Village and a residential unit owned by Verius Property Group.
Need a refresher on Sidney Torres IV and The Deed? We’ve got you covered.
- Sidney Torres announces season two of CNBC’s ‘The Deed’ in New Orleans [Curbed NOLA]
- CNBC announces season two of ‘The Deed’ [CNBC]
- CNBC Announces Fall Lineup; Greenlights New Series and Returning Favorites; Expands Development Slate [CNBC]
- Sidney Torres unveils trailer for CNBC’s “The Deed” [Curbed NOLA]
- Sidney Torres tours Irish Channel’s Bakery Village home [Curbed NOLA]
- “The Deed” Episode 4: Sidney Torres to tackle Verius Property Group development [Curbed NOLA]
- What to know about Sidney Torres IV and ‘The Deed’ [Curbed NOLA]