SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 3 Release Date & Preview + Episode 2 Recap

SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 3
Melanie Scrofano in SurrealEstate Eps 3

In the last episode 2 of SurrealEstate, we learned that we had seen the imaginary friend’s fierce. By nurturing the child’s imagination that you can take your whole family to the grave. We also get a scene between Luke and his father in this episode of Satanic Child. At the end of the episode, Luke (Tim Rozon), also finds a trusted partner, Susan (Levy). which is the next case, Let’s investigate it with along with this, you can also read the recap of the SurrealEstate episode 2. you can take a look at the promo and synopsis of the next episode 3 titled “ For Sale by Owner”. This episode is going to be special as Melanie Scrofano will make a guest appearance on this episode

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SurrealEstate Season 1 Episode 3 Recap

SurrealEstate Episode 3 Synopsis: guest star Melanie Scrofano – A lovely lake cabin may be haunted or the owner may be faking; a horror novelist seeks inspiration.

SurrealEstate Episode 3 Release Date

SurrealEstate’s third episode will air Every Friday, July 30th at 10 p.m. ET. on SYFY. The first two episodes in SurrealEstate will also be available on 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 The Harvey Episode 102 Recap

It’s a new day at Roman Agency, the firm’s latest client: The Quincy, he’s trying to sell the house, but it’s haunted by a young girl named Cindy (Molly Lewis), who turns up when potential buyers arrive. The bloody series begins. Cindy asks Quincy’s son Jamie (David Kohlsmith) to convince his parents to stay. She even threatens to commit suicide if she lets her parents sell the house. Susan is currently learning work. Quincy arrives at the house with a party. But shortly after, Susan is frightened by a crying Cindy, who has lost her doll, Betsy, in the attic. Susan decides to trek to the attic and goes on a doll hunt. There he is attacked by a giant crow, and crashes into a window; August (Maurice Dean Wint)   arrives

Back at the Roman agency, Luke tells Susan (Levy), she’s moving too fast, so Quincy House could end up like one of his former clients. The agency delivered the house to the market to all other residents. They cannot afford to do this again. Back at the Quincy house, Jamie is on the roof to bring Cindy down, Luke and Susan arrive just in time, Luke pulls the boy aside, and tells Jamie to tell him all about Cindy’s evil ways. Cindy kills the gerbil, as retaliation for not liking it. Susan swings the next day with willing buyers with an offer of ready cash, but when Cindy reciprocates her old hijinks, the couple sets Roman Agency on fire.

Luke is furious at Susan when he learns of this, mid-episode discovering Cindy is actually an old, cruel, beastly demon in gentle disguise (in Roman agency parlance, Cindy the grandmother of a Little Red, or LRG ). August creates a device that can destroy the LRG that is plaguing Quincy, which is set in Jamie’s room. By activating the device, Luke tempts the real evil inside Cindy. And now everything is under control. Quincy manages to sell her house, Susan gets a commission, and Luke finds a trusted partner.

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