20 December 2021

South Shore to produce six-part format Selling Super Prime

South Shore has been commissioned to produce a competitive property format for Channel 4. Selling Super Prime is a 6 x 60-minute series in which property tycoon Paul 'PK' Kemsley and his wife Dorit, who featured in the Real Housewives

Selling Super Prime is a 6 x 60-minute series in which property tycoon Paul ‘PK’ Kemsley and his wife Dorit, who featured in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, team up with Rokstone estate agent owner Becky Fatemi to open a London-based agency.

The trio will mentor eight wannabe brokers, who will compete against each other to juggle clients, utilise sales tactics and make deals in the world of multi-million pound property.

The brokers will be styled by Dorit and trained by PK to handle some of the most exclusive properties in the UK.

PK’s property experience includes building a $2 billion empire between 1995 and 2009, which spanned more than 750 buildings including The Ned Hotel and Burberry Building in London.

Selling Super Prime was ordered by Clemency Green, commissioning editor for features and daytime and is executive produced by Melanie Leach, Andrew Mackenzie and Caroline Davies. It will TX in 2022.

Leach said the show will offer an “intoxicating mix of super luxe properties, rich reality and cutthroat competition”.

Commissioning editor Green added: “PK and Dorit already have some of the country’s most exclusive properties on their books and we have no doubt they will take British estate agency to another level, in the most glamorous and dramatic way imaginable.”

“After 12 years out of real estate, I feel the time is right for my return to an industry and city I love,” said PK.

“When the credit crunch hit, I lost the business it had taken 15 years to build. I had no choice but to file bankruptcy and start again. The USA loves a comeback story and afforded me that opportunity. Now it’s time for me to share my knowledge and help the next group of young aspiring entrepreneurs right here in the UK.”