More than a year before Netflix's Selling Sunset launched its fifth season, Us Weekly revealed that the streaming service had already extended the hit real estate-centered reality show for not one, but two additional seasons.
There isn't enough work space at The Oppenheim Group anymore, as newly minted boss Mary Fitzgerald hinted in cryptic fashion during Season 5, and someone has to go. Even though the Season 5 finale left the futures of numerous Selling Sunset cast members in doubt, fans will have to wait to find out who will be fired from the agency, and perhaps even from the programme itself. In the meantime, here's everything you need to know about Selling Sunset Season 6 in the meantime.
Selling Sunset Season 6: Plot
Sales associates of The Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles are featured in Selling Sunset, a television series that follows their lives as they work. Not only that, but the drama between the agents at the brokerage and in their personal lives has been and continues to be a key driving force behind the reality show's storyline as well.
When it was revealed that Christine Quinn and Emma Hernan had previously dated the same man, Season 4 of Selling Sunset was based on Chrishell Stause's connection with boss Jason Oppenheim, which was confirmed in the summer of 2021. As the fifth season came to a close, they had separated, therefore it's possible that the sixth season may focus on the aftermath of their December 2021 split. Keep an eye on things.
There will also be a reunion for Selling Sunset Season 5 on April 12, according to E! News, which is expected to spark some Season 6 storylines as the women address unanswered questions from the previous season. A premiere special of its kind is scheduled to tape on April 24 in Los Angeles, and will be hosted by Queer Eye star Tan France, according to the publication.
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Selling Sunset Season 6 Cast
When Selling Sunset returns, there will very certainly be a significant cast shakeup. In Season 4, as previously reported, Emma Hernan and Vanessa Villela joined the cast, appearing alongside Mary Fitzgerald, Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Brett and Jason Oppenheim, Amanza Smith, Heather Rae El Moussa (née Young), Davina Potratz, and Maya Vander, who all appeared in Season 5 of Selling Sunset. Chelsea Lazkani, a newbie to the Oppenheim Group, made her debut in Season 5.
Maya Vander, on the other hand, informed E! in December 2021 that she would not be returning to the show full-time for Season 6. In the words of the realtor, who was expecting her third kid at the time, “I'm not likely to be a full-time cast member since it will be difficult for me logistically to do the back-and-forth again.”
“Realistically speaking, if we are renewed for another season, I will most likely concentrate my efforts on Miami, my family, and my business here.” Vander, on the other hand, lost her third child in a stillbirth at 38 weeks after Season 5 filming was over. Since then, she has also established her own real estate company in Florida, The Maya Vander Group.
Vanessa, Chrishell, and Christine's futures at The Oppenheim Group were similarly left out in the air at the conclusion of Season 5, despite the fact that they have yet to make any official statements. When Vanessa's closing scene showed her hauling baggage toward an airport's international departures terminal after stating she'd been thinking about moving to London to live with her boyfriend, the audience was left scratching their heads.
Meanwhile, following Emma's allegation that Christine promised her client $5,000 in exchange for quitting her job, it appeared as though Christine would either quit or be dismissed from The Oppenheim Group. Finally, Chrishell's final breakup with Jason has raised questions about whether she will be able to continue working for her ex-husband. As of the time of publication, all three women were still listed as agents for the Oppenheim Group.
Selling Sunset Season 6 Premiere Date
Despite the fact that Selling Sunset Season 5 concluded filming in December, a source informed Us Weekly in January that the group was intending to take “a little break” before returning to work on Season 6. Season 5 of Selling Sunset launched on April 22, which means that when work on Season 6 begins, viewers can expect a four-month release window to be followed.
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