If you don’t think a show about luxury real estate agents simply doing their jobs could be some of the most compelling and drama-filled reality programming on TV, there’s no time like the present to be proven wrong by bingeing the first three seasons of Selling Sunset on Netflix. And you might want to do it quickly, since Netflix confirmed on Wednesday that two more seasons of the addictive show are officially on the way.
According to a press release from the streaming service, all of the original cast members will be returning for the next two seasons of Selling Sunset. They’ll have quite a bit of ground to cover: Since season three ended—with show “villain” Christine Quinn’s over-the-top wedding to retired tech entrepreneur Christian Richard—Quinn has announced she’s pregnant, Chrishell Stause has won Dancing With the Stars and begun dating after her split from Justin Hartley (also fully documented in season three), and Heather Rae Young has gotten engaged to HGTV star Tarek El Moussa.
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It’ll also be interesting to see how the show navigates many of the equally huge updates to the group’s work lives. In August, Quinn revealed that Brett Oppenheim had left the Oppenheim Group to strike out on his own, while his twin brother, Jason, continued to focus on growing the upscale brokerage’s footprint. Meanwhile, Davina Potratz, who found herself in hot water in season three while struggling to sell a $75 million property, has also left the Oppenheim Group to join rival Douglas Elliman.
So basically what we’re hearing is that the next two seasons of Selling Sunset are going to offer a master class in reality TV drama.