Can we expect a 'Selling the OC' season 3 on Netflix?

Yes, we're jumping the gun. What's up with 'Selling the OC' season 3?

Will we get a Selling the OC season 3? Pictured: the cast of Selling the OC
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Call us impatient, but we're already curious about Selling the OC season 3. 

Selling the OC season 2 landed on Netflix on Friday, September 8, and it delivers a large helping of turbulence and opulence, as expected. We meet a new face (hi, Ali Harper), witness a relationship escalate (that's you Tyler Stanaland and Alex Hall), and, but of course, catch connections falling apart.

There's plenty happening, and a new Oppenheim Group office is in the works in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Heck, there's even talk about the brokerage's record-breaking first billion-dollar listing. Surely we can't be parting ways with the group given all that's going on, right? Right, Netflix?! 

Here's everything we know about the fate of the show.

Will there be a 'Selling the OC' season 3?

Rest assured, reality TV fanatics: Selling the OC season 3 has been confirmed by the streaming giant, and believe it or not, it's already in the works. According to staffer Alex Hall, the third time is definitely the charm. 

"I think the most impressive is going to be season 3, to be honest, because like our friend group after season one, we were like, ‘Holy sh*t.’ So we were a little guarded coming into season 2 just because of all that happened after season 1," she revealed to ET Canada. "And then by the end of season 2, we were like, ‘F**k this.’ Like you can’t think about everything before you say it."

If they were "guarded" before, we can't even begin to imagine what's going to happen once the third season comes around. Dare we say, the Newport Beach office drama *just* might be more addicting than Selling Sunset (a.k.a. the franchise OG)?! You didn't hear it from us. 

In the ET Canada chat, Stanaland actually agrees with Hall about the cast's approach. 

"Season 1, we definitely had our guard down, but in 2 we came in hot, but we just let it all show. And I think that you see that, and season 3 even more so I think," he noted. "I think with time we’ve just grown more comfortable with the cameras around. And that’s why you see the drama and relationships and things you do see."


What will 'Selling the OC' season 3 be about?

We were left with quite a few cliffhangers come the end of the eight episodes in season 2. Did Alex Jarvis get married, and did she make amends with her real estate partner in crime, Alex Rose...and nemesis, Polly Brindle? Will Alex and Tyler become #couplegoals or ultimately friend zone the flirtation? And are we going to get a peek at that billion-dollar listing? The Cabo office is getting ready to rock and roll, after all...

Though we don't have a synopsis of what's to come just yet, we're fairly certain there will be plenty of material to keep us intrigued. And if Miss Ali Harper from Nashville, Tennessee, does in fact get her license and work her way into the Oppenheim brothers' good graces, will she pick sides in the office? Team Jarvis or Team Brindle? That could be a make-it-or-break-it decision. 

When will 'Selling the OC' season 3 hit Netflix?

A release date has yet to be revealed, but given that there was a year between season 1 and season 2, we suspect the third installment will be around this time next year. But we're definitely hoping it comes around a lot sooner because patience isn't our strong suit. (No offense to the forthcoming Selling Sunset season 7.) 

As Jason Oppenheim told My Imperfect Life, "The [Newport Beach] office becoming so successful as quickly as it has is the biggest reward. They've doubled anything I thought they could've achieved in their first couple of years."

From viewers' point of view, that also means drama. Be sure to watch this space for season 3 updates, but until then, enjoy getting lost in the season 2 antics and beachside homes.

Selling the OC season 2 is currently streaming on Netflix.

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

Need a TV show recommendation? Maybe a few decor tips? Danielle, a digital news writer at Future, has you covered. Her work appears throughout the company’s lifestyle brands, including My Imperfect Life, Real Homes, and woman&home. Mainly, her time is spent at My Imperfect Life, where she’s attuned to the latest entertainment trends and dating advice for Gen Z.

Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids, where she got to experience the best of the city from the point of view of its littlest residents. Before that, she was a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNewYork, to name a few. 

When Danielle’s not writing, you can find her testing out a new recipe, reading a book (suggestions always welcome), or rearranging the furniture in her apartment…again.