'Selling Sunset' will get its first-ever reunion for the fifth season

Well, it's about time

Selling Sunset (L to R) Mary Fitzgerald, Vanessa Villela, Chrishell Stause, Emma Hernan in season 4 of Selling Sunset
(Image credit: PATRICK WYMORE/NETFLIX)

Exciting news has hit the market: Netflix is closing on a Selling Sunset new season reunion, the first of its kind for the series. 

Selling Sunset season 5 promises an abundance of drama. When the West Coast real estate agents return, we'll be treated to an update on the Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim romance, Christine Quinn's antics and newcomer Chelsea Lazkani

With so much to unpack, it only makes sense to review it all after the final episode. Fans practically insist on more shenanigans after the director calls "cut." Fortunately, it seems Netflix is keen on giving viewers what they want.

'Selling Sunset': new season brings a reunion

It only took five seasons, but alas, we have the juicy real estate recap we've been dying for—straight from the agents themselves. We can only imagine how seamlessly this will unfold. (We kid!)

Christine Quinn, Heather Rae El Moussa, Chrishell Stause, Mary Fitzgerald, Maya Vander, Davina Potratz, Emma Hernan, Vanessa Villela, Chelsea Lazkani, and of course, and Jason and Brett Oppenheim, are expected to attend. Queer Eye's Tan France will do the honors of hosting the debut event. Let's just hope he's prepared for whatever he might encounter. 

The new season premieres on April 22, and the reunion is set to begin taping a mere two days later, according to Entertainment Tonight (opens in new tab). No word yet on when it will run, but as you might've guessed, we'll be tuning in for all the latest updates, so don't fret. We suspect we won't have to wait terribly long for the intel (at least we hope).

Now that you've likely devoured The Ultimatum reunion and you're caught up making your predictions for Bridgerton season 3, it's the perfect opportunity to make room in your TV schedule for the best—and most dramatic—realtors in the business. See you in California!

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