There's a 'Selling Sunset' spinoff heading to Netflix, and we can't contain ourselves

Meeting 'Selling the OC,' the 'Selling Sunset' spinoff that promises new real estate drama

(L-R) Christine Quinn, Davina Potratz, Heather Raye Young, and cast attend Netflix's "Selling Sunset" Private Viewing Party on March 22, 2019 in West Hollywood, California.
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Our reality TV cup runneth over: a Selling Sunset spinoff has just been announced, a mere two weeks ahead of the Selling Sunset season 4 premiere. To what do we owe this good fortune?

We couldn't be more excited, unless of course we just closed a deal on one of the impressive abodes featured on the show. In 2022, Netflix will debut Selling the OC, which has a similar premise to the original masterpiece, but in a sunny, new West Coast locale. 

We'll be introduced to Newport Beach real estate agents Alexandra Hall, Austin Victoria, Brandi Marshall, and, likely, a new slew of drama—romance, breakups, friendship cliques and, of course, real estate ups and downs. Production has already begun.

We should've suspected something was in the works, as the Oppenheim Group's new office was featured in Architectural Digest in October. It's an Instagram lover's paradise: velvet pink couches, neon signs, a swanky bar and even a Halloween-colored pool table. Forget the houses, we just might shack up here. 

There is certainly some time before Jason Oppenheim's latest venture hits our screens, but we are incredibly anxious to see what awaits us in Selling Sunset season 4 in a few weeks. Plus, we have two newbies we look forward to meeting: Emma Hernan and Vanessa Villela.

As for the OC, we'll be anxiously awaiting the premiere date and a sneak peek. (Hint, hint, Netflix.) 

Our 2022 TV lineup is certainly going to take us all over the world: California, the United Arab Emirates (thanks to The Real Housewives of Dubai), New York (thanks to Inventing Anna) and beyond. We sure hope you're ready for a marathon...or 50.