More 'Selling Sunset' seasons are underway, Netflix confirms

Real estate-related shenanigans comin' your way

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Business must be booming in the Oppenheim office: new Selling Sunset seasons are on the horizon, according to Netflix.

Though we briefly turned our attention towards Selling The OC, which premieres in a few weeks, the streaming service diverted our attention back to the OG franchise with a quiet announcement. 

We know you're all eager to learn more, so let's get to it, Californiaaaa

New 'Selling Sunset' seasons: an update

"Selling Sunset has been renewed for Seasons 6 — and Season 7!" Netflix writes on Twitter. Reality TV fans everywhere have been doing their happy dances. 

Its UK counterpart gave us the same spiel on Twitter and notes that production is set to begin this summer. 

If we're lucky, perhaps we'll get another season before the end of the year. At this time, dates have yet to be confirmed, so we'll likely have a little bit of time to go before Selling Sunset season 6 hits our screens and the Selling Sunset cast members cook up some drama.

Speaking of which, we all know you're curious if the sixth installment will include the notorious Christine Quinn, real estate villainess who parted ways with the Oppenheim Group. Though her career path has taken her in a different direction, the new mom insists that we're stuck with her for good. 

Christine Quinn on Selling Sunset

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"The show is, like, my No. 1 [and] everyone knows that," she revealed to US Weekly in May 2022. "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.”

And let's not forget about the other Selling Sunset spinoff, the Sunshine State-focused series, Selling Tampa. Regardless of where you settle with the Oppenheim Group—perhaps you're keen on exploring all of the company's US offices—you're bound to get a heavy dose of drama.

Anyone else curious when we're getting a Selling the Empire State? Just asking...

Danielle Valente
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