Good news for fans of dramatic reality TV, the fabulous TV series Selling Sunset has just been renewed for a sixth and even a seventh season. And this, even before the fifth season, which was filmed immediately after the fourth season, was released! Quite a feat!
Yes, even if no broadcast date of the fifth season has yet been announced by Netflix.
Let’s face it, the fourth season of Selling Sunset, which appeared on Netflix last November, was completely JUICY and we devoured it in just two short days!
Recall that the producers are expanding their horizons and will offer two spinoffs, including Selling The O.C. and Selling Tampa.
For Selling The O.C., the series is expected to hit the streaming platform in 2022 and will star Jason Oppenheim, one of the twin brothers who own the real estate business in the original series. As the title says so well, the season will take place this time, in Orange County. Between us, we know very well that the size of houses will not decrease because they change neighborhoods. The houses (or rather mansions) in OC are just as impressive as those in the original series.
According to Variety, among the cast, we will be able to see Alexandra Hall, Austin Victoria, and Brandi Marshall. There will, of course, be other officers, but have not been disclosed.
One thing is certain, heather Rae El Moussa will not be there. She works as an agent in the Newport Beach area.
As for Chrishell Stause, Oppenheim’s ex-wife and the star of the original series, she has not confirmed if she will make an appearance on the show. Who knows, maybe we will see it from a more personal than a professional point of view!
As for the Spinoff Selling Tampa, released last December, we also watched it in just a few hours. The series, produced by Adam DiVello, stars Sharelle Rosado, Alexis Williams, Anne-Sophie Petit, Colony Reeves, Juawana Williams, Karla Giorgio, Rena Frazier, and Tennille Moore.
One thing is certain, we are looking forward to this fifth season! However, filming for the sixth season won’t start right away, so the cast will be able to fully focus on their schedule at the real estate agency. The cameras will be back by summer 2022.