Netflix's reality show Selling Sunset has quickly become a fan fave as new seasons debuted in 2020.
Cast members Mary Fitzgerald, Christine Quinn, Chrishell Stause, and Maya Vander shared their thoughts on a potential season four with Women's Health.
Most of the cast is just as excited as fans to continue the drama and film season four.
Selling Sunset and its shiny cast of luxury real estate agents has shot to the top of Netflix's charts this year. As fans binge their way through season three, you might be wondering if the show will go on? Is Selling Sunset season four on the horizon? After all, Chrishell Stause left things off by saying it was time for her to speak up more, so…?
Well, you're not alone. The cast is also wondering about and hoping for the same exact thing. (I know, I'm as shocked as you are that they agreed on something.) Here's everything the Selling Sunset cast and Netflix has said about a possible season four so far:
When will Netflix reveal if Selling Sunset is renewed for season four?
It's all quiet on the streaming front right now, but that could change pretty soon. According to Mary, "I think we should find out, probably a couple weeks after season three airs." She explains that's typically when Netflix evaluates the show ratings and decides if they're going to pick up Selling Sunset for another season. "So, everyone needs to binge," the real estate agent says.
If renewed, when will Selling Sunset season four premiere?
Things are pretty up in the air with television production amid the COVID-19 pandemic, so it's unknown when filming will start up again. Due to the anticipated delay, it'll likely be a while before the new season premieres, too.
Still, the show must go on, right? At least, that's what the cast hopes. "I know the people that I talk to—Heather, Chrishell, Amanza, Jason, and Romain—we're all up for a fourth season," Mary Fitzgerald tells Women's Health. "I can't speak for the other girls because I don't really speak to them."
There’s plenty of drama to discuss in a new season.
BFD alert: Brett Oppenheim, a.k.a. one of the wonder twins who co-founded and owns Selling Sunset's Oppenheim Group, has left to start his own firm, Oppenheim Real Estate. While Brett’s photo is still on group pics for the Oppenheim Group’s website, his name has been scrubbed from the site. Instead, only Jason Oppenheim (his brother) is listed as the company’s president and founder. Brett currently has a bunch of new listings, per his company’s website, so there could be some competition in the works.
"Brett has left to start his own brokerage," Christine Quinn told Glamour UK. "The girls are fed up with the favoritism of Mary in the office, we don’t know who will move where. It may be the battle of the brokerages! I think if season four goes ahead, it is going to be the juiciest season ever."
Christine and Chrishell are also still low-key feuding. Chrishell has blocked Christine on social media, which Christine seems confused about. "I have an idea why I'm blocked," Christine told ET. "I mean, it's nothing bad. I didn't like her at the time, and I was being funny and I was 'hearting' certain comments. I mean, it’s really not a big deal. … It was just silly." That could make things (even more) awkward in the office…
Chrishell Stause thinks Selling Sunset will likely renew for another season.
The actress tapped her entertainment background to share an educated guess on the potential for more seasons. "The show has been a breakout success," she tells Women's Health. "I have worked in TV long enough to know you need to be grateful for the successes because they are rare. So, although it's too early to say what my role going forward would be, I can say I’d be shocked if the show did not continue."
Check out the latest drama in Selling Sunset season three:
And, she and her fellow agents are already celebrating.
Chrishell posted a celebratory photo with Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, and Amanza Smith. They all posed in bikinis on a boat, but couldn't share the deets or the reason behind their big smiles. Chrishell captioned the snap: "Carpe Diem!! Celebrating good news we can’t tell you about 🤐😳🙌🏽💗."
A post shared by Chrishell (@chrishell.stause) on Aug 15, 2020 at 5:29pm PDT
Naturally, fans speculated the "good news" is related to Selling Sunset and specifically a season four. One commented wrote, "You guys got renewed for another season!!!" That's still TBD, but it's totally possible they could be filming RN.
Christine Quinn is looking forward to a season four, too.
Christine is central to the rollercoaster of drama throughout Selling Sunset, so it's hard to imagine the show going on without her. Luckily, you probably won't have to.
"This is my baby," she tells Women's Health. "I love being on the show, I love entertaining people, I love making people laugh, I love inspiring people, and I love showing people that you can be a badass boss... I really look forward to being a part of season four, you know, when it happens—I mean, if it happens."
She doesn't have any insider intel on that either, but she does know the numbers matter. "I was told that they don't pick up the next season until after they see the numbers of how well the show's doing, but obviously, you know, we're in the top ten, and that's really, really huge, so I'm sure that they will pick it up, and it's only a matter of timing."
We are so excited to officially announce Season 2 of Selling Sunset. It will launch May 22 and we can’t wait for you all to binge it with us! We laughed, we cried, new friendships were formed, and some fell apart. In addition to a new cast member, this season was so real and raw. We shared so much more of our personal lives with each and everyone one of you, so I hope you appreciate getting to know us on a deeper level. This season is bigger and better than ever with no drama spared. Get ready for an entertaining and inspirational wild ride because Season 2 is almost here! Comment below with your predictions for season 2! 🌟 Love, Christine
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Btw, she’s pretty confident season four will happen.
Christine told Grazia that, while they’re not currently filming, the show should get picked up again. "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," she said. "But everything has been set back 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."
But Maya Vander might be staying with her family in Miami.
That doesn't mean she's saying farewell to The Oppenheim Group or Selling Sunset just yet. "LA will always be my home. I lived here for 15 years, but the reality is, I have two kids now and my husband's job is there," she tells Women's Health. "I really don’t desire to do too much back and forth, [and I'm] definitely not dragging kids in on a plane and traveling too much."
So, Maya's expanding her Miami real estate options and possibly the show's scope. "I’m studying for my broker’s license. I think it would be a great idea and a great opportunity to possibly do my own thing here or maybe Jason wants to do Oppenheim in Miami. It’s another idea that we talked about but it’s very, very early. I think there is a market for it, and it’s gonna fit the brand of The Oppenheim Group. But it’s gonna take time."
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Still, Maya has more questions than answers regarding her involvement in a possible season four. "What am I gonna do? How much am I actually gonna be in it?" Ideally, she explains, "I would love to just stay in Miami and if I have serious clients that worth going to fly for a day or two to do showings and try to get a deal on the contract. I will do that."
Heather’s fiancé, HGTV’s Tarek El Moussa, may appear on season four.
Tarek broke his silence in September and gave fans a glimmer of hope. "If there’s a next season [of Selling Sunset], there is a chance you might be seeing me," Tarek told US Weekly. "Who knows what the future holds. I would love to film with her one day. You know, we have a lot of fun together. We have great chemistry together and I think the fans would enjoy it."
ICYMI: Heather got engaged to Tarek back in July, something she keeps talking about on Instagram.
The future Mrs. Heather Rae El Moussa!!! 💍❤️ This was the best day of my life!! This moment when @therealtarekelmoussa got down on one knee & asked me to spend the rest of my life with him. SO much to tell you guys, I’ll give you the inside scoop throughout the next few days on how I was feeling throughout the weekend . - He kept everything a secret from me. I knew he had little surprises throughout the weekend, but I thought he was just being extra romantic for our one year. Little did I know he had been planning to propose. I couldn’t see anything as I was walked down to the beach. There were cabanas lined up covering everything. I was rushed around the corner to what I thought would be a dinner on the sand. But when I walked around the corner Tarek was standing there looking so handsome in his tux. I was confused for the first 15 seconds as I walked down the gorgeous candle & flower aisle wondering what the heck is going on. Then I thought OMG is he proposing??? No way!!!! But in my head I talked Myself out of it thinking well I bet it’s earrings!!! I didn’t want to get my hopes up. More to come tomorrow!!!!! I can’t wait to marry you @therealtarekelmoussa ❤️
A post shared by Heather Rae Young (@heatherraeyoung) on Jul 30, 2020 at 11:09am PDT
Family is everything!! Things have been NON STOP We all have days when we feel overwhelmed, tired, sad and discouraged. When I have “those days” I call my amazing fiancé @therealtarekelmoussa for a pep talk. My mom is also my best friend. As I get older I’ve realized my mom isn’t just my mom she is my best friend. - My parents are new to being “bonus grandparents” it’s obviously an adjustment to them. All of a sudden poof their baby girl has 2 bonus kids!! Hahaha 😂 Our blended life is crazy but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love my life & even though it’s been an adjustment I have never been happier! - So tell me how am I doing being bonus mama almost step mama! ❤️
A post shared by Heather Rae Young (@heatherraeyoung) on Sep 9, 2020 at 2:29pm PDT
I love this photo because in the midst of the craziness right after the proposal him and I stepped away to have a moment. Just me and him raw and real love. @therealtarekelmoussa - So I need some HELP again with this wedding 👰🏼 we are having the hardest time deciding on a location. It’s between California somewhere on the beach or Cabo..... 🤷♀️ Please tell me what do you guys think? ⬇️ knowing us we will change our minds tomorrow!! Hahaha #flippingherlastname
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Odds are, Heather will be busy planning a wedding. And, c’mon, you know Selling Sunset has got to get in on that, right? (It would be their third wedding filmed for the show, after all.) Heather also told ET that HGTV taped her engagement for Tarek’s show and that Netflix is trying to work out a deal to get the footage.
"So much of my life is Tarek," she said. "He can't be on the show with me, so all I can do is talk about him, right? And talk about our moments and talk about how much fun we have and everything going on, but yeah, there might have been a deal made!"
Season four could show Mary and Romain flip a house.
It's something the newlyweds want to do together to showcase both of their skills. They'd get tips from Heather Young's fiancé Tarek El Moussa and Brett and Jason Oppenheim, natch.
"We're gonna do a flip together," Mary says. " With me in real estate, I can find a really good deal on something where we can make a lot of money off of it, and [Romain] does all the remodels. We're missing out on such an amazing opportunity if we don't do this. I think that's going to be our next thing together, learning to flip a home."
Overall, Selling Sunset has been good for business.
Real estate and related workers are deemed essential amid the COVID-19 pandemic, so it's mostly business as usual for The Oppenheim Group. In fact, Mary's been so busy, she hired an assistant.
"For me, [the show's] been a very positive experience," she says. "It's been stressful with confrontation with other girls, but as far as business goes, it's so amazing. I couldn't have asked for a better platform to show what I do and the kind of agent that I am. I've gotten a lot of new clients out of it and a lot of positive responses from from current clients. It's just been a really, really good experience all around."
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Though the agents don't have big fancy parties or open houses these days, they are still making multimillion-dollar deals on the reg, according to Mary.
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