Adam DiVello, while at his position as a Development Executive at MTV in NYC, developed the landmark series, Room Raiders, Say What Karaoke, Made and TRL to name a few. In 2004, he moved to California to develop and eventually produce Laguna Beach: the Real Orange County. The series became an instant creative and critical success, which prompted DiVello to start his own company in 2007, Done and Done Productions. Through his newly formed company, DiVello created and executive produced MTV’s highly successful reality show The Hills, one of the channels most successful and iconic series to date, which lead to its spin-off The City.
In 2015, Done and Done Productions signed a multi-year, overall deal with Lionsgate to develop and produce unscripted programming. From this partnership, DiVello created and produced a reality version of the hit ABC drama Nashville for CMT called Music City.
In 2019, Done and Done launched the cultural TV sensation Selling Sunset, focusing on the luxurious careers and dramatic personal lives of successful female real estate agents all working at LA’s top agency, The Oppenheim Group. In 2021, the series was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program. In 2022, Selling Sunset won Best Docu-Reality Show at the MTV Movie & TV Awards.
With the success of Selling Sunset, Done and Done launched Selling Tampa on Netflix, following the agents at the all-female, Black-owned Allure Realty as they mix business with fun and rule the waterfront of a hot Tampa luxury real estate market.
Soon to premiere on Netflix is the upcoming Selling The OC, a spinoff following Jason Oppenheim’s brand-new brokerage and his team of ambitious, young agents as they establish themselves along the exclusive Orange County coast.
Whether it be innovative style, an eye for talent, or addictive story lines, Done and Done Productions and its founder DiVello have established a strong track record of creating groundbreaking quality content.