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Selling Sunset Season 4 - What We Know So Far

Selling Sunset will be back! The Netflix hit set at the luxury Los Angeles real estate brokerage firm, The Oppenheim Group, has been picked up for two more seasons. Dubbed as a "docusoap series" by the streaming service, the two-season renewal for the sleeper hit was announced by Netflix vice president of unscripted and documentary series Brandon Riegg, according to Today. To get fans hyped up, Netflix also released a dual trailer for Selling Sunset and the recently renewed Bling Empire, which teased "more drama, a lot more money" and "more listings."

Selling Sunset first dropped on Netflix in 2019 and wrapped its third season in December of that year. Not only did fans see tons of jaw-dropping real estate, but they watched the cast's real-life drama play out on the unscripted series. Brokerage boss Jason Oppenheim told Hello! that when his firm was first approached to be featured in the Adam DiVello-created series, he was under the impression that the real estate would be the main focus of the show. "Had I known the show would be this focused on our personal lives I probably wouldn't have signed up for it," he admitted. "I wanted it to be all about the nuances of real estate, but I now realize the show I envisaged wouldn't be that popular. I've come to accept the idea that I'm on more of a reality show than a real-estate show."

Here's what we know about season 4 of Selling Sunset so far.

When will Selling Sunset return to Netflix?

The first three seasons of the real estate-themed reality show are currently available on Netflix, but when will season 4 make its debut? No return date has been announced as yet, and production on the series has been stalled due to the coronavirus pandemic. But series star Chrishell Stause told People the cast is "gearing up" and "will start filming very shortly."

The lovely luxury realtors are proactively getting ready to get back in front of the camera as they work on their fashions, hair appointments, spray tans, and buff bods. "So there's something called 'show shape' that we all say," Davina Potratz said, per Page Six. She noted that the Oppenheim bosses are "very serious" about dieting and working out and that the cast members have all been putting in extra time at the gym before Selling Sunset's cameras start rolling.

Co-star Maya Vander, who lives in Miami, revealed she will commute from Florida to California and she hinted that the show could film through the summer. "I'll just fly back and forth, potentially stay there for maybe longer during the summer," she told Page Six. "I have to still figure it out because I do have two kids now, so things are a little bit different, but I always get things done."

Who's in the cast for Selling Sunset season 4?

In addition to Chrishell, Davina, and Maya, the two new seasons will feature brokerage brothers Jason and Brett Oppenheim and their gorgeous group of high-end realtors including Christine Quinn, Heather Rae Young, Mary Fitzgerald, and Amanza Smith, according to a report from People.

These ladies have been busy — even with a pandemic in the mix. In the months after season 3 wrapped, Davina left the Oppenheim Group agency, Maya had a baby, Heather got engaged (to fellow real estate reality guy Tarek El Moussa) and Chrishell got divorced from actor Justin Harley, competed on Dancing With The Stars, dated pro dancer Keo Motsepe, and had a nasty breakup with him. Perhaps the biggest surprise? Christine Quinn is pregnant.

That leaves plenty of room for juicy storylines, but one arc fans probably won't see is Chrishell getting back into the dating game now that she's single. "I don't know how to do blind dates," she told People. "That's just not where my focus is right now, so I'm just going to keep focusing on my business and everything that's going so well and I'm so proud of."

Expect more gorgeous California real estate when Selling Sunset returns

Speaking of business, it will likely be booming once the cameras roll. Chrishell Stause also told People the real estate market is "going crazy right now" and that her hands have been "full" with deals. Fans can expect to see more impossibly lavish properties –- remember that $75 million mansion that was featured last season? –- so get ready to bask in more infinity pools and take in the gorgeous views of L.A. when Selling Sunset makes its glorious return.

In an interview with House Beautiful, Chrishell revealed that she just closed an escrow that could be featured on the show. "It'll be nice to kind of, you know, let you guys in on stuff," she said. "I'm excited to kind of capture some of the things I'm working on."

And if Maya has her way, maybe fans will get a peek at some Miami real estate as well. The mom of two told Radio Times she has already set up her own agency in Miami and would totally be open to a spinoff set in the Sunshine State. "I just need nicer, sexy listings and a couple of crazy girls and we're all set," she explained. "I think there is a lot of real estate, great properties here to film."