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Jason Oppenheim Just Confirmed 'Selling Sunset' Season 4 Is Happening With The Full Cast

Jason Oppenheim Just Confirmed 'Selling Sunset' Season 4 Is Happening With The Full Cast

Selling Sunset is officially returning for season 4, Jason and Brett Oppenheim have confirmed.

The twins appeared on Good Morning Britain today (24th September) to talk about the iconic Netflix show, and they were naturally quizzed on whether a new instalment was coming.

The pair confirmed that season 4 hadn't started filming yet as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but added that it would indeed be coming to screens - and with the full cast, too.

Check out a clip from their interview below:

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When quizzed on a new season, Jason said: "No, season 4 hasn't been filmed, the pandemic has put a dampener on filming right now."

He added: "We can expect we'll be moving forward as soon as possible, but filming is very difficult now here in LA... everything has been delayed."

Despite the disappointing news that the series is still to be filmed, Brett went on to tease that all our faves - from Chrishell Stause to Christine Quinn to Maya Vander - will be back for the next instalment.

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"Everyone is going to be around," he said.

Well, phew. After all the reports of a split brokerage we expected none of the cast to be left by the time a fourth instalment aired.

The twins said the whole cast is returning (Credit: Netflix)
The twins said the whole cast is returning (Credit: Netflix)

Speaking on reports that he'd left the brokerage and set up a rival firm, Brett added: "Honestly, we've been working together in close quarters for so long, I don't think that's going to change."

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He joked: "I'm sure there's been moments where we've both thought of doing that... but no".

Rumours swirled about the brokerage splitting after Christine Quinn revealed that Brett had started his own company called Oppenheim Real Estate, independent of Jason.

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However, the pair have since confirmed that they are both heavily involved in both aspects of the business.

It's not just Brett that many feared had left the show, though.

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Christine Quinn spilled the tea (Credit: Netflix)
Christine Quinn spilled the tea (Credit: Netflix)

Christine also hinted that many of the girls were thinking of jumping ship.

"The girls are fed up with the favouritism of Mary in the office," she told Glamour magazine.

"We don't know who will move where. It may be the battle of the brokerages! I think season four is going to be the juiciest season ever."

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Speaking about recent drama within the group, Chrishell Stause added: "There is some splintering happening in the group [...]

"I'm not going to sugar coat it. We're not all friends, we don't all get along. But we try to.

"Some people have left, the brokerage has split, if the cameras picked up now, there's a lot to pick up on."

We hope season 4 can start up soon - it sounds like there's a lot to catch up on...

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

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