- Netflix has not confirmed whether “Selling Sunset” is getting a fourth season, but several cast members have dropped hints about the renewal of the reality show.
- Since the end of season three, there have been some notable changes in the personal and professional lives of the cast members.
- Insider has gathered the information available on the potential fourth season of “Selling Sunset.”
- Disclaimer: This article contains major spoilers for the first three seasons of “Selling Sunset”.
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Some people tune in “Selling Sunset” for multi-million dollar homes; others are for the policy of the small offices of the Oppenheim group.
Regardless, the first three seasons of the Netflix reality show have come to be recognized as one of the funniest TVs currently available on the streaming platform – hence the reason why seasons two and three debuted in the top 10 most-watched shows.
Netflix has yet to confirm that “Selling Sunset” will be renewed, but the show’s explosive popularity has led fans to believe it’s only a matter of time before the announcement of the next eight-episode episode. .
Also, from the divorce of Chrishell Stause and Justin Hartley to the ongoing feuds between the Oppenheim group agents, there are many cliffhangers in season three that viewers are desperate to see unfold.
Here’s what we know so far about the potential fourth season of “Selling Sunset.”
Netflix has not confirmed there will be a fourth season – yet
Although the first three seasons of “Selling Sunset” have racked up cult following, Netflix has yet to announce the fourth season of the reality show.
Considering that seasons two and three both debuted in the streaming service’s top 10 most viewed shows, Netflix has good reason to release another episode.
Christine Quinn, a real estate agent at the brokerage house, appeared optimistic for season four, but said the schedule was pushed back due to the pandemic during her June interview with Grazia.
“Unfortunately, it was affected. So usually we get picked up after the show airs, you know, we’ll hear news, rumbles. With season two being in the top ten on Netflix, I think we’re definitely going but it’s all been delayed due to COVID, ”she explained.
Quinn added that the team is unlikely to start shooting until 2021 at the earliest due to the size of the crew.
In August, Stause confirmed that the cast still hadn’t started filming season four while answering questions from fans via Instagram.
“We have to wait for them to give us the official take over and then we can start shooting. So keep broadcasting to hurry them, ”she wrote on her Instagram story.
Mary Fitzgerald also confirmed she will be on board for another season during an interview with Women’s Health.
“I know the people I talk to – Heather, Chrishell, Amanza, Jason and Romain – we’re all ready for a fourth season,” she said, adding, “I can’t speak for the other girls because that I don’t really talk to them. ”
Days later, some of the cast hinted at ‘good news’ they couldn’t share with fans.
Stause posed on a boat with his colleagues Heather Rae Young, Fitzgerald and Amanza Smith in his Instagram pic.
” Carpe Diem !! Celebrate good news that we can’t tell you about, ”she captioned the photo.
Young also shared a photo from the outing and wrote, “Celebrate so much good news !! Exciting things in the near future! “
Fans immediately assumed that the “good news” had to do with season four of “Selling Sunset,” although neither Stause nor Young confirmed their speculations.
Some members of the “Selling Sunset” cast may not return
While none of the Oppenheim Group agents have officially split from the company, several have hinted at a possible departure from the reality show.
Maya Vander, the Israeli real estate agent who previously juggled bicoastal commitments between Los Angeles and Miami, moved to Florida full time during the coronavirus pandemic.
She told Women’s Health that she had had enough of the “going back and forth” and that she hoped to spend most of her time with her husband and two children in Miami.
“LA will always be my home. I lived here for 15 years, but the reality is I have two children now and my husband’s job is there, ”she says. “I really don’t feel like going back and forth too much, and I certainly don’t drag the kids on a plane and I don’t travel too much. “
She is currently studying for her broker’s license and hopes to sell properties in Miami in addition to Los Angeles, she told the store.
“I would love to stay in Miami and if I have serious clients [are] it’s worth going flying for a day or two to screen and try to get a deal on the contract. I’ll do it, ”she said.
Vander even brought up the idea of Jason moving to Miami and calling the spin-off “Selling South Beach.”
“Selling South Beach” would be a good idea, and I already have the girls – a cute little real estate agency – but I’m not sure if they can provide as much drama as our show, “” she joked. ‘an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
Quinn also revealed that she was considering leaving the brokerage because of Jason’s “favoritism” towards Fitzgerald, another agent he had used so far.
“Mary gets all the announcements, and Jason just doesn’t want to do any work. So he gives it to her. And it’s so frustrating. He doesn’t give it to anyone else, ”she said in an episode of Dear Media.of Podcast « Not Skinny But Not Fat » en août.
She continued, “So we’re all just, like, fed up with this… and we’re all like, ‘Do you ever wanna go?’ Totally, as if this continues, if this favoritism continues, we absolutely would. “
Brett Oppenheim left the Oppenheim group to start his own brokerage
Brett, who ran the Oppenheim group alongside his brother Jason during the show’s first three seasons, is said to have left to start his own brokerage, Quinn revealed in an August interview with Glamor UK.
“Brett left to start his own brokerage,” she announced, continuing, “The girls are tired of Mary’s favoritism in the office, we don’t know who will be moving where. It may be the battle of the brokerage houses! I think if the fourth season continues it will be the juiciest season ever. “
The Oppenheim Group website has been updated accordingly, with Brett’s bio removed. Instead, he’s listed as President and Broker of Oppenheim Real Estate on the company’s website.
The brothers appear to be on good terms and have frequently posted pictures together following Quinn’s announcement.
Young’s fiancé Tarek El Moussa could appear on the show
After season three ended production, Young became engaged to El Moussa, a real estate agent and investor who stars in HGTV’s “Flip or Flop” and “Flipping 101.”
Due to the reality TV stars’ two contracts, they had previously not been able to film together, Young revealed in an interview with Buzzfeed Celeb. But since HGTV filmed El Moussa’s proposal in July, the channel has agreed to let him appear in an upcoming Netflix episode “Selling Sunset.”
“I’m so excited to have him on camera with me and shoot with him. We have so much fun together. We love to film together, ”she said.
Considering the airtime spent on Fitzgerald and Quinn’s weddings in past seasons, it’s reasonable to expect Young and El Moussa’s nuptials to be the focus if the show is renewed for one. fourth season.
Stause will start new chapter after husband files for divorce
Fans were shocked to learn that the “This Is Us” actor texted Stause to tell him that he had filed for divorce 45 minutes before the news broke to TMZ. According to court documents obtained by the outlet, Hartley cited irreconcilable differences with Stause.
In July, she asked to have her maiden name legally restored, as reported by The Blast, showing the actress and real estate agent is going without Hartley.
The third season ended with a photo of Stause alone in her new home, gazing out at the Los Angeles skyline, leaving viewers eager to see how the Kentucky-born actress navigates the next chapter in her life.
And if the fourth season of “Selling Sunset” is anything like the three before it, audiences will have a front row seat.