Netflix has debuted another new reality T.V. show dedicated to the world of real estate. Selling Tampa was available to stream on December 15 and introduced new real estate agents to subscribers.

The new show focuses on the agents of Allure Realty, a company that was founded by Sharelle Rosado in 2019.

Rosado launched the real estate agency to help support women from minority backgrounds. Before becoming a boss to a booming business, Rosado served in in the United States’ Army for 13 years and worked as a paratrooper while she was in active duty. She was deployed to Afghanistan twice.

“Having felt accomplished in serving my country for 13 years, I medically retired from the army in 2019, resolving to put my family first,” Rosado told Glamour.

Shortly after retiring from the U.S, Army, she created Allure Realty.

The former veteran is engaged to Chad Johnson, a former wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals from 2001 2010, and played for New England Patriots in 2011.

The couple are currently expecting their first child together, Rosado’s fourth and Johnson’s eighth.

Rosado told People magazine, “It was shocking. I think I was crying and laughing at the same time. I just can’t wait.”

She also made the pitch to producer Adam Divello to create another real estate show like the hit Selling Sunset. “I thought it was time to turn the spotlight on us and began contacting various people I knew in the television industry to see if they were interested,” she said.

Rosado isn’t a stranger to Sunset agents Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn and Mary Fitzgerald. They all keep in touch and the L.A. agents offered to give her advice and be “there for [her]” in the future.

Rosado has been in the real estate field since 2017, working part-time and balancing her role with her regular job in the U.S. Army.

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