In March 2019, Netflix dropped ‘Selling Sunset,’ a reality series that documents the lives of affluent and spunky female realtors of The Oppenheim Group, which is one of the top-rated real estate firms in Los Angeles, California, It largely focuses on the interpersonal drama that transpires between the competitive agents as they deal in multi-million dollar properties and earn high commissions. ‘The Hills’ creator Adam DiVello serves as the creator of this series.
When it first premiered, the critics and audiences stated that despite its flaws, the show manages to reserve a seat in the guilty pleasure binge-watch category because of its sanguine vibe, the glamorous wardrobe of the agents, architectural aesthetics of the properties and the dramatic fights between the headstrong women. It has spawned a total of three successful seasons. Naturally, fans are curious to find out about the release date and other details of ‘Selling Sunset’ season 4. Here’s everything we know!
Selling Sunset Season 4 Release Date
‘Selling Sunset’ season 3 premiered in its entirety on August 7, 2020, on Netflix. It consists of eight episodes of 30-40 minutes each.
As far as season 4 is concerned, here’s what we know. Season 3 ends on an inconclusive note, laying the foundation for a potential fourth season. Also, the show is still a hit among the viewers who can’t wait to binge on another set of flavorful episodes. However, in an interview with Grazia Daily UK, Christine expressed her disappointment in how the show portrays her grand wedding. She also added that because of all the nasty drama, she doesn’t enjoy going to work anymore. Hold on, before you flip your tables in displeasure, know that Christine also dished the details on the fourth season.
“So usually we get picked up after the show airs, you know, we’ll hear some information, some rumblings. With season two being in the top ten [on Netflix], I think we’re definitely going to get picked up,” Christine said. “But everything has been setback due to COVID. We’re going to shoot next year, now, I’m hearing. We have such a big production, there’s so many people on our crew. I don’t think we’d be filming this year.” Well, the queen of sass is hoping for renewal, and so are the fans. If and when that happens, we can expect ‘Selling Sunset’ season 4 to release sometime in 2021 on Netflix.
Selling Sunset Season 4 Cast: Who is in it?
The cast features the rich and glamorous agents Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Amanza Smith, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, Maya Vander, and Davina Potratz. Along with the ladies, Brett Oppenheim and Jason Oppenheim of The Oppenheim Group make regular appearances on the show. Mary’s husband, Romain Bonnet, Heather’s fiance Terek El Moussa, and Christine’s husband Christian Richard also grace the show with their cameos. Except for a few, almost all the cast members might return for a fourth season.
What can Selling Sunset Season 4 be About?
Season 3 largely revolves around Chrishell and Christine’s personal lives. Chrishell is devastated after her partner of six years, her husband Justin Hartley announces their split via a text. She confides in her friend Mary and breaks down, demanding answers. In the finale, all the agents arrive at Christine and Christian’s wedding venue. Over drinks Davina confronts Chrishell and taunts her saying, “there are two sides to the story” and she won’t take sides. Chrishell leaves the venue and heads home. Mary and Amanza call Davina out for her rude behavior. Lastly, Christine and Christian exchange their vows at their goth-themed wedding.
Season 4 might continue to shed light on the ups and downs in the personal and professional lives of the confident and successful female agents in The Oppenheim Group. It might showcase how Christine has been adjusting to her life after marriage. Romain and Mary might think about entering the next phase of their relationship. The fourth season can also feature Terek El Moussa’s grand proposal for Heather. We can also expect to see how Chrishell gets over the heartbreak and takes charge of her life.
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