Nina Parker heads to Netflix as host of new series, ‘Buy My House’ – PennLive

Nina Parker heads to Netflix as host of new series, ‘Buy My House’ – PennLive

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 24: Nina Parker attends ESSENCE 15th Anniversary Black Women in Hollywood Awards highlighting "The Black Cinematic Universe" at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel on March 24, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)Getty Images
Journalist Nina Parker is continuing to make her mark in the world of entertainment!
You may remember her as a reporter for “TMZ” way back when in 2007, but the tv host has worked her way up since then and has gone on to become an entertainment correspondent for “The Insider” in 2011, become a host for the “Love & Hip Hop” reunion shows for four years until 2020 and be hired as a co-host on E!’s “Nightly Pop” in 2018.
Not to mention appearing as a panelist on the show, “Dating #NoFilter,” and her recent success with the release of her self-titled clothing line for Macy’s which was the first plus-size brand by a Black designer released exclusively by the retailer.
What a resume!
But now the media personality is taking her talents to the world of streaming and is heading to Netflix!
According to Netflix, Parker will become the new host for Netflix’s “Buy My House,” a new show focused solely on selling your house. Taking a page from the high-end Realtor series “Selling Sunset,” the upcoming series gives regular 9-5′ers a taste of the real-estate action themselves.
In the new show, homeowners will tell the story of their homes and show off the unique quirks of their homes as they aim to sell their properties to one of four larger-than-life real estate tycoons, Netflix reports.
It’s a way for everyone to get familiar with the ins and outs of the housing market, much like Netflix’s other real estate shows including, “Selling Sunset,” their new spinoff show, “Selling Tampa,” “Million Dollar Beach House,” “Dream House Makeover,” and much more.
But who exactly are the real-estate tycoons set to take part in this new series?
Well, three familiar faces in the world of property management are taking center stage may immediately come to mind: Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman, Corcoran Group CEO Pamela Liebman and investment property magnate Danisha Wrighster, Netflix reported.
One unfamiliar face added to the real-estate crew is NFL linebacker Brandon Copeland. Don’t be surprised, as the free agent is not to be played with. Interestingly enough, he’s been flipping houses since playing for the New York Jets.
Collectively, the foursome are nothing to sneeze at.
Watch Parker and the esteemed realtors on “Buy My House,” debuting this fall.
Read more via Netflix.
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