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Everything We Know About 'Selling Sunset' Season 4

Everything We Know About 'Selling Sunset' Season 4

Selling Sunset fans are chomping at the bit for a fourth season filled with prime real estate and yet more dramz - but what can we expect from the show's return?

Both Christine Quinn and Jason Oppenheim have confirmed that the high stakes Netflix property show with be back for season four, so it's safe to say that it's happening, but we still have a lot of questions.

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(Credit: Netflix)

When will season four air?

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Well, we have a while to wait, as filming hasn't begun, which means that no air date has been announced.

In fact, Netflix haven't officially confirmed season four - yet.

Chatting on ITV's This Morning, the Oppenheim Group's most outspoken agent Christine told show hosts Holly and Phil that she and her fellow cast members had been given the go-ahead for a fourth instalment, and were now waiting for production to get underway.

"We're not back filming now, but Jason has confirmed we've been picked up for another series, but we're kind of just waiting," she said.

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Her words will come as a relief to fans who believed a fourth season might not happen at all due to coronavirus restrictions.

Christine's comments come after the Oppenheim Group's twin founders Jason and Brett appeared on Good Morning Britain last month.

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

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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."

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(Credit: Netflix)

Who will return for a fourth season?

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Going by Jason's comments on Good Morning Britain, it sounds like most of our favourite agents will be back on our screens, from Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn to Mary Fitzgerald Heather Rae Young. Phew!

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

This is music to our ears, following reports that Brett had in fact left the brokerage to set up a rival company.

What's the deal with the rumours of a split brokerage?

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Commenting on the rumours that the Oppenheim Group had split, Brett told ITV: "Honestly, we've been working together in close quarters for so long, I don't think that's going to change."

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

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Rumours that the brokerage had split reached fever pitch after Christine revealed that Brett had started his own company called Oppenheim Real Estate, independent of Jason.

However, the pair have since knocked any talk of a rift on the head, by confirming that they are both heavily involved in both aspects of the business.

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(Cedit: Netflix)

Which cast members have left?

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We can wave goodbye to Davina, for one. In October, the broker announced that she was leaving The Oppenheim Group, having accepted a position with Douglas Elliman in Beverly Hills.

"My background is in new development sales and marketing, so this is just a wonderful opportunity for me," she said in an interview People.

Davina went on to call the move a "purely business decision."

It's unclear whether Israeli real estate agent Maya will return, as she moved to Florida full-time during the coronavirus pandemic.

Having previously split her time between Los Angeles and Miami, Maya told Women's Health that she was tired of the "back and forth" and wanted to spend the majority of the time with her husband and two children in Miami.

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(Credit: Netflix)

We certainly hope she'll be back on our screens for season four - what would we do without her sayings, after all?

Where might season 4 build on season 3?

The shock news of Chrishell and Justin Hartley's divorce dominated season three. Viewers were stunned to hear that the This Is Us actor texted Chrishell to tell her that he'd filed for divorce, just 45 minutes before the news was leaked to TMZ.

Season three ended on a shot of Chrishell alone in her new home, looking out on LA below - and we can expect to see her start a new chapter in the fourth season.

After production on season three wrapped, Heather got engaged to her love interest El Moussa, a real estate agent and investor. Could we see the pair appear in the fourth season together, as a property power couple?

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(Credit: Netflix)

Season three saw tensions rise among the agents over the alleged favouritism of Mary, and going by subsequent comments, it seems the group is still fragmented.

Christine even 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."

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."

Roll on season 4, we're so ready for another serving of real estate drama.

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Topics: selling sunset, TV and Film, TV News, TV Entertainment, Netflix

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