OWN Renews ‘First-Time Buyer’s Club’ For Season 2 (EXCLUSIVE)

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OWN Renews ‘First-Time Buyer’s Club’ For Season 2 (EXCLUSIVE)

“First-Time Buyer’s Club,” the unscripted series where teacher-turned-realtor Amina Stevens supports clients intimidated by buying a home for the first time, has been renewed for a second season by the Oprah Winfrey Network.

Production on the next season will kick off later this year, with an air date scheduled for 2024, according to the network.

“This series perfectly embodies OWN’s commitment to serve and empower our audience across many facets of their lives, including the journey towards home ownership,” Tina Perry, president of OWN, said in a statement. “Amina inspires us to see that home ownership is more than just possession of a piece of property, it’s about owning a piece of one’s dream and securing a solid foundation.”

As per the show’s logline, “‘First-Time Buyer’s Club’ is an authentic and in-depth look at the exciting but complex journey of becoming a homeowner for the very first time, no matter the stage in life.”

It continues: “Amina is a trusted partner and confidante as she guides her clients through every stage of the home-buying process, helping to educate and inspire along the way. Each and every sale also furthers Amina’s ultimate mission and passion with her work — the building of wealth and the reduction of housing disparity in the Black community.”

The series premiered in December 2023 and according to OWN, became Saturday night’s top-rated original cable series (without sports) across all key African American demos.

“First-Time Buyer’s Club” is produced by Red Arrow Industries; the show’s 10-episode first season is still airing, with new episodes broadcast on Saturdays and available to stream on Max.


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