Fans are already dying to know Selling Sunset’s season 4 spoilers now that the latest season wrapped on Netflix. The reality TV series—which follows Los Angeles real estate brokerage, The Oppenheim Group, and its glamorous agents—premiered its third season on the streaming platform in August 2020. And let’s just say that we’ve been wanting updates and answers ever since. Fair warning: There are spoilers ahead for seasons 3 and 4 of Selling Sunset.
Lucky enough for Selling Sunset fans, certain members of the series’ cast have been more than generous when it comes to dropping hints about a forthcoming season. Cast mates like Christine Quinn have been vocal as ever when it comes to the promotional rollout of Selling Sunset’s latest season—inevitably revealing secrets about where things stand between all of the Oppenheim Group agents in the present-day. Meanwhile, agents like Chrishell Stause have been battling their own drama in the aftermath of season 3. Chrishell, whose November 2019 divorce from Justin Hartley was included in series, is still sparking extra buzz about their relationship all these months later.
In August, the Kentucky native reportedly liked several tweets suggesting that ex-husband Justin cheated on her with his current girlfriend, Blood & Treasure star, Sofia Pernas. While it still remains unclear if this rumor is what caused Chrishell and Justin’s split, Chrishell’s actions on social media might just mean we’ll be getting a better idea of the truth in season 4. But that’s not even the only thing fans have to look forward to when it comes to Chrishell. For everything we know about Selling Sunset season 4’s spoilers and release date, just keep on reading.
A version of this post was originally published in August 2020.
Is Selling Sunset season 4 confirmed?
Netflix has yet to officially announce Selling Sunset season 4, but fans have reason to believe that it’s well on its way. On August 15, Christine hinted to Glamour UK, “I think if season four goes ahead, it is going to be the juiciest season ever,” suggesting that the ladies were simply waiting for Netflix to greenlight the fourth season.
Days following Christine’s interview with the outlet, Chrishell took to her Instagram to tease Selling Sunset fans. “Carpe Diem!! Celebrating good news we can’t tell you about,” she captioned a photo of herself and co-stars Heather Rae Young, Mary Fitzgerald, and Amanza Smith Brown on a boat. Fans immediately understood the caption as a hint to Season 4’s confirmation.
What is Selling Sunset season 4’s release date?
At the time of writing, Netflix has yet to announce Selling Sunset‘s season 4 release date. But given all the cast’s hints, it may only be a matter of time.
What is Selling Sunset season 4 about?
Read on for spoilers about Selling Sunset season 4.
Brett Quit the Oppenheim Group
In her August 2020 interview with Glamour UK, Christine dropped a major bomb on the outlet: “Brett has left to start his own brokerage,” Christine confirmed at the time, referencing Oppenheim Group Senior Vice President, Brett Oppenheim. “The girls are fed up with the favoritism of Mary in the office, we don’t know who will move where,” Christine added. “It may be the battle of the brokerages! I think if season four goes ahead, it is going to be the juiciest season ever.”
The agent elaborated on the issue of Mary’s favoritism on an episode of the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast. Christine explained that the exes, who dated for two years before Selling Sunset, “have this really strong relationship and connection.”
“Mary gets every single listing. Jason just doesn’t want to do work so he just gives it to her. And it’s just so frustrating—he doesn’t give it to anyone else,” Christine explained. “So we’re all just like sick of it. If this favoritism continues, we’d absolutely [leave].” In true form, Christine ended the thought on a dramatic note. “I think that they’re both in love with each other,” she said, before adding, “in a platonic way.”
Maya Is Still on Selling Sunset
In an interview with Us Weekly in August 2020, Maya Vander denied Christine’s claims that she had quit Selling Sunset and the Oppenheim Group because she relocated to Miami. “I just heard that Christine said that I’m leaving the Oppenheim Group. So, I want to clarify something, it’s not true,” she said at the time. “I am with the Oppenheim Group. I’m actually working with a couple of pretty good, serious clients and I might have to fly to L.A. [soon]. Hopefully, COVID slows down a little bit so I’ll feel safe to fly and do a couple of showings.”
Maya explained that she splits her time between Miami and Los Angeles while working with the Oppenheim Group. “As far as Miami, I’ve been practicing real estate in Miami for the last three years. I’m here now. We’d love to collaborate with Jason on potentially something in Miami, but I’m not sure what’s going to happen,” she said. “So, I’m just going to do my transactions here regardless and for very high-end clients, I’m just going to continue to fly to L.A. if I need to, but definitely staying with the O Group.”
Davina Left The Oppenheim Group
Davina confirmed in October 2020 that she left The Oppenheim Group for the rival brokerage, Douglas Elliman. “I’m really excited to be a part of Douglas Elliman and their very sophisticated and global new development division,” she told People at the time. “My background is in new development sales and marketing, so this is just a wonderful opportunity for me. It’s just very in tune with my skills.”
Davina told People at the time that she’s unsure she’ll still be a part of the Netflix show with her new job. “We all know each other so well,” she said. “So I think they’ll be excited and supportive. It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision. I certainly hope that I’m still part of the cast. Brett is not at the Oppenheim Group anymore either, so I don’t think that that’s going to be an issue at all.”
Season 4 May Be Christine’s Last
In an interview on the “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast in September 2020, Christine hinted that she wanted to leave The Oppenheim Group if “favoritism” toward Mary doesn’t stop. “I mean, Mary gets every single listing,” Quinn said. “And Jason just doesn’t want to do work. So he just gives it to her. And it’s just so frustrating. He doesn’t give it to anyone else. So we’re all just, like, sick of it…And we’re all like, would you ever leave? Totally, like if this continues, if this favoritism continues we’d absolutely.”
In October 2020, Christine told WSJ Magazine, Christina also suggested that season 4 could be her last. “It would be great to film the next season and then do my own thing because I feel like I have a lot to share with the world outside of real estate and fighting with bitches. Although don’t get me wrong, I love it and I’m great at it,” she said.