In the chaos of 2020, slipping into the white-tiled world of the multimillion-dollar listings on Netflix’s Selling Sunset can only be described as a twisted kind of self-soothing. A virtual dip into those cerulean-blue infinity pools can only cleanse the mind for so long, but wow, for those few glorious moments? The relief is immediate. Especially when the drama is equally ostentatious—and engrossing.
Now that the stars of the Los Angeles-based real estate reality show, including Mary Fitzgerald, Christine Quinn, Chrishell Stause, Davina Potraz, Heather Rae Young, and Maya Vander have returned for Season 3, viewers who like their HGTV served with a side of The Hills are begging for Season 4. Netflix has yet to officially renew the show, but given its popularity—it consistently ranks in the Netflix Top 10 in the U.S. each time a new season drops—don’t worry about missing it for too long. Here’s what we know is next for The Oppenheim Group.
Filming probably won’t start until 2021.
The good news: The stars all seem to be down for a fourth chapter. In an interview with Women’s Health, Fitzgerald said, “I know the people that I talk to—Heather, Chrishell, Amanza, Jason, and Romain—we’re all up for a fourth season.” The bad news: Due to COVID-19 stalling, well, everything, it’s unlikely your favorite agents will make another appearance on our screens before next year.
Quinn told Grazia, “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.”
Talking to Women’s Health, Stause added, “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.”
Young’s fiancé, HGTV’s Tarek El Moussa, will likely make an appearance.
Young is now engaged to HGTV host Tarek El Moussa, whose own relationship drama created quite a stir when he divorced his co-host and spouse, Christina Anstead. She’s since remarried English TV host Ant Anstead and seems to wish her former husband and his new love well. In an interview with E! News shortly after the couple’s engagement announcement, Anstead said, “I couldn’t be happier for them. They’re very happy.”
Young told Entertainment Tonight there might be a deal in the works between Netflix and HGTV that would allow El Moussa to appear on Selling Sunset’s fourth season. This would, of course, open the door for an onscreen wedding.
“So much of my life is Tarek,” Young told ET. “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!”
Vander might leave the O Group to start her own venture.
Apart from yet another wedding on the horizon, Quinn seems to think season 4 will be the most eventful yet. “The dynamics are going to be changing. You know Davina [Potratz] is a broker, Brett [Oppenheim] has left the brokerage and started his own firm. I mean, there’s a lot of chess pieces waiting to be moved across the board, so I think it’s going to be the most interesting season we ever will have, if it happens,” she told ET.
What she doesn’t say—but might be hinting at—is the possible departure of Vander, who has relocated to Miami during the coronavirus pandemic. Vander told ET she’s now a permanent Floridian, and she’s unlikely to make regular appearances on Selling Sunset from here on out.
“My goal is to stay in Miami unless I have a client that’s worth me to fly for a day or two to do showings and stuff like that,” she told the outlet. “I’m trying to just stay put in Miami, that’s the goal.”
Keep your eyes peeled for a spin-off.
Even with the news of her departure, Vander might not be gone for good. In season 3, she floats the concept of a Miami spin-off show, coining it Selling South Beach, and she seems to hope Jason Oppenheimer will jump onboard.
“It’s a huge investment,” she told ET. “I am studying for my brokerage license, so if I’m with Jason or another company or my own thing here, we’ll see. Selling South Beach would be a cool idea, and I have the girls already—cute, little real estate agency—but I don’t know if they can provide drama as much as our show does.”
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