'Selling Sunset' season 6: everything fans should know thus far

There's going to be a huge void in 'Selling Sunset' season 6, but a certain someone is going to be making a cameo...

Marie-lou Nurk and Jason Oppenheim attend the World Premiere of Netflix's "Day Shift" at Regal LA Live on August 10, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.
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We need to divert your attention towards Selling Sunset season 6. 

Sure, you've gotten comfortable in the O Group's OC headquarters and have undoubtedly soaked up all of its drama—most notably the Kayla Cardona and  Tyler Stanaland not-kiss—but it's time to head back to L.A.

The first series in the franchise is gearing up for its sixth run on Netflix, and little by little, we're learning more about what to expect, especially after Jason Oppenheim made a huge announcement. 

Let's get reacquainted with the OGs, shall we?

'Selling Sunset' season 6: what you need to know

Rest assured, loyal fans: Selling Sunset and Bling Empire have been renewed by Netflix for at least two more seasons. (Can we expect that crossover in the near future?) 

And, considering Oppenheim told My Imperfect Life he's always interested in new locales, perhaps that means another potential series could evolve. Who knows?! (In the meantime, here's what's happening with Selling The OC season 2.) 

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What will 'Selling Sunset' season 6 focus on?

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The big focus for season 5 was the Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim love affair, an unexpected union that blossomed between the boss and his employee. 

Unfortunately, the union did not quite pan out, so we already know the duo's fate going into the new season. But will we get the full timeline? Will season 6 focus on the breakup? Plus, who is Chrishell dating now, and will we get a sneak peek at the duo?

We will get a glimpse at Oppenheim's new romance with 25-year-old Paris-based model, Marie-Lou Nurk, whom he met in Greece. In an interview with People (opens in new tab) in September 2022, the realtor said, "We filmed a couple of times already and I have no problem filming more. I'm sure we will. She's coming out here to spend a couple more months out here at the end of the year. So, you know, maybe we'll film."

You can certainly color us curious to see how this dynamic plays out.

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Who will star in 'Selling Sunset' season 6?

You can expect the typical group, though we do expect a bit of a shakeup. (More on that in a bit.) Chelsea Lazkani, Selling Sunset's newest cast member, debuted in season 5, so we're hopeful she'll ride out the rest of the show's future with her Oppenheim colleagues. 

We'll also be introduced to Nicole Young, Mary Fitzgerald's BFF, who's keen on making a mark on the industry.   

"I am definitely going to be bringing a lot of real estate to the table, which I’m very excited about, not just the properties, but my clients and the relationships I have with them because at the end of the day, relationships are the most important aspect of real estate," she told US Weekly (opens in new tab).

Bre Tiesi, who shares a child with Nick Cannon, is also on the roster of season 6 newbies.

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Will Christine Quinn be in 'Selling Sunset' season 6?

Ah, the million-dollar question!

The mom and realtor has embarked on many new ventures: her first book, How to Be a Boss B*tch, landed on shelves on May 17. Additionally, she'll be opening up her own firm. Despite these changes—and her absence from the first-ever Selling Sunset reunion—she claimed she didn't have any intention of straying from the show.

"The show is, like, my No. 1 [and] everyone knows that," she revealed to US Weekly. "But we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group. Maybe it’s a battle of the brokerages."

That all changed in August 2022, when the world learned the O Group's resident mean girl is parting ways with the series. Yes, dearies, in a mutual decision between production and our infamous realtor, it has been confirmed that Christine Quinn is leaving Selling Sunset. (But we're willing to bet we haven't heard the last of her just yet, especially considering she made this announcement conveniently ahead of the premiere of Selling The OC in mid-August.

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When speaking to E’s Daily Pop, Quinn stated: "I started my own brokerage a year and a half ago. My husband and I started RealOpen.com, so it's a platform to facilitate home sales through cryptocurrency, and the seller will receive a cash transaction, so it's like a wire."

Guess the whole "battle of the brokerages" idea is caput. Can Selling Sunset survive without Christine Quinn? We're about to find out.

When will 'Selling Sunset' season 6 premiere? 

Netflix confirmed that there will be a bit of a resting period between seasons (ugh, if that's what they insist) so we'll have to be patient. 

Until then, we'll gladly follow along with the season 5 ups and downs. If you're feeling a void, do be sure to catch up with the the Selling Tampa cast and all of their realty-related dilemmas—and beyond!

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos and honed in on astrology coverage within the Life vertical. She's partial to writing pieces about the next big TV obsession—anyone else impatiently waiting for "Conversations with Friends"—and keeping you up to date on new trends like the latest must-have from Zara. 


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a new book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)

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