The Stars Of Selling Sunset Drop Big News About The Show's Future

The stars of Selling Sunset are back and better than ever! The Netflix reality show aimed at highlighting the most lavish homes on the market and the drama between agents for the highly coveted listings has been renewed for two more seasons, People reported on March 10, 2021. This will mark the show's fourth and fifth seasons, with Season 3 debuting in August 2020. Although we have yet to learn when we can expect to see the latest from our favorite agents, they did confirm that everyone from the main cast will be back in the Oppenheim office, including: Jason and Brett Oppenheim, Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Mary Fitzgerald, Romain Bonnet, Heather Rae Young, Amanza Smith, Maya Vander, and Davina Potratz.

"The cat is out of the bag! Season 4 and 5 let's go!" Chrishell said when breaking the news to E!. "Time to get to work! We're probably going to burn a little sage, say a prayer, but let's do this." Keep scrolling for more details about what to expect from the new season of Selling Sunset

The tea will be HOT in the seasons ahead

With all that has gone on in-between seasons, the latest of Selling Sunset is bound to be packed with drama. "The houses are bigger, the drama is bigger, it's fabulous! You guys are going to love it," Christine Quinn said in a video clip for E! News. "If you've been watching, you know there was a lot of drama last season and if you haven't been watching then I'd like to invite you to join us!" Davina Potratz added. 

Previously on Season 3, Chrishell Stause's divorce from Justin Hartley was a constant theme, but since then, the exes have officially parted ways and Chrishell went on to spark a romance (and sadly another split) with her Dancing With the Stars partner Keo Motsepe, per People. As for Christine Quinn, she is expecting her first baby with husband Christian Richard, while castmembers Heather Rae Young and Mary Fitzgerald and both taking the next steps in the respective relationships. 

Although everyone will be back on the Netflix show, that doesn't mean they will all be back in the office. Davina revealed to People in October 2020 she was leaving the Oppenheim Group for Douglas Elliman, telling the outlet, it was "a purely business decision." At the time, she said she still wanted to be a part of the cast, but there aren't details about her new role. We also could see a rivalry between Brett and Jason Oppenheim after Brett went out on his own to open an Oppenheim Group in Newport Beach, Calif. Seeing their new dynamic should be interesting!