SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 2: Release Date & Preview + Episode 1 Recap

SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 2 Release Date

SYFY’s SurrealEstate has arrived – SurrealEstate, a brand new supernatural series, has been a surprising success on SYFY. This might be the best new supernatural show to debut this summer. You won’t want for a single moment to miss, from satanic canines tearing into pork chops in the basement to the rest of the series’ many surprises.  Megan’s story is fascinating, but it’s especially interesting when you consider Luke’s family history. After celebrating the closure of two cases in the first episode, what kind of case will Luka take up next? Let’s investigate it. www.tvacute.com, you can take a look at the promo and synopsis of the next episode 2 titled “The Harvey”. Along with this, you can also read the recap of the SurrealEstate episode 1.

SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 3 Preview 

SurrealEstate Episode 2 Synopsis: A little boy’s “imaginary friend” interferes with his parents’ plans to sell their house and move.

SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 2 Release Date

SurrealEstate’s second episode will air Every Friday, July 23rd at 10 p.m. ET. on SYFY. The first two episodes in SurrealEstate will also be available on SYFY.com and the SYFY app. VOD will follow starting July 16. The app can be downloaded for free. Viewers can connect to their cable subscriptions to view the full content or sign up to an NBCUniversal account to get up to three credits.
SurrealEstate Episodes 1 & 2 are available on SYFY’s YouTube channel starting at 11 p.m. ET from July 16 through 11 p.m. ET on July 30.

SurrealEstate Episode 1 Recap

Luke Roman (Tim Rozon), Susan Ireland (Levy), founder and newcomer to the Roman Agency, Father Phil Orley (Adam Korson), August Ripley (Maurice Dean Wint), and Zoey L’Enfant (Savannah Basley), the tech guru, resident poet, and lapsed Catholic priest. This group of odd-looking people works together to sell houses that no one else touches. These houses are “metaphysically connected,” as Luke says.

In homage to The Exorcist, Luke walks to his house in the opening scene. That’s exactly what Luke is. Although he is not a Roman Catholic Priest he banishes demons and spirits. Luke first hired Susan, she wasn’t informed of all the occupational hazards attendant to the business. but she handles it better than most Luke and Susan arrive at the Lenore household.

Susan is running up with the Lenore case, Because another event happens, which will thwart the “no poltergeist” principle. During dinner, a clock flew off the wall, and Dad got shocked. Susan visits the family in the hospital; Lauren telekinetically and inadvertently picks up the toy and turns it into the baby’s crib. This is not a poltergeist. With Lauren’s powers in control, he should be able to sell the house very quickly.

Megan Donovan (Tennille Read), a medical student who inherited a gorgeous Victorian from her grandfather when he died. Megan was able to launch herself into his arms when she left the warmth of her home to go outside in the storm. His timing was perfect. The Donovan house was haunted. Megan was convinced by Luke that it was at least spirit-free.

Megan may have been lured by evil surgeons into their dark realm, but the house is not spirit-free. for Luke Donovan’s House is more than a job. Luke’s mother used to visit the house when it was vacant and complain about the weeds. She was the last person to see her when she entered the house.

Luke told the story and I was curious how anyone knew. If she wasn’t there, nobody would have known. Did anyone see her? When he was young his mother died. He was raised by one dad, who also passed away. He has unfinished business with his mother, which he will do if he can free her from the house. Celebrates two closed cases in a day.

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