Hot Listings Miami, a reality show that showcases the Magic City’s high-end real estate biz through local hottie Katrina Campins‘ company, was nowhere to be found on the tube last night at its usual 9 p.m. slot.
“Actually, it’s a blessing in disguise,” Campins tells Gossip Extra.
The show’s eight-episode first season has been airing on the NBC Universal-owned Style network, a tiny station known for the popular Giuliana & Bill.
The timing couldn’t have been worse: Listings, also starring Campins’ snarky ex-husband Ben Moss on their search for digs for Miami Dolphins players, quickly became Style’s surprise hit.
A second season is already in the works.
With no one to air it all.
NBC Universal is involved with reality TV havens E!, Bravo and Oxygen, and Campins says she’s hoping to end up on one of them.
“We found out last week that Style disappeared, and everybody was shocked,” said Campins, who’s also Listings‘ producer. “It’s such as shame. Episodes 7 and 8 are my favorite.
“However, many people couldn’t find the show on Style even when it was on. If we move to much bigger E! or Bravo, it’ll be better for us and the audience.”
Gossip Extra broke the story last month: While the show also centers on Campins’ search for Mr. Right, she’s been married since the spring!