The Oppenheim Group is officially returning to the popular Netflix series, which stars Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn front and center. Of course, fellow real estate agents Heather Rae Young, Mary Fitzgerald, Maya Vander, Davina Potratz, and newcomer Amanza Smith will also be included in the show's third installment.
Here's what we know about Selling Sunset season 3 so far:
When is Selling Sunset season 3 premiering?
Season 3 of Selling Sunset is premiering on Friday, August 7, 2020. Netflix announced the exciting news via Twitter on the same day season 2 returned.
Selling Sunset Season 2 is now on Netflix...— Netflix (@netflix) May 22, 2020
And — surprise — a third season premieres on August 7 pic.twitter.com/eOX27QvKP1
It seems that the luxury real estate group continued with production after Mary and Romain exchanged their vows in October 2019. As a result, there will be eight new episodes to watch before the summer is over.
How can I watch and stream Selling Sunset?
The series is only available on Netflix. You can catch up on (or rewatch!) seasons 1 and 2 of Selling Sunset by starting a month-long trial for free. When the trial runs out, you can keep your subscription going for $8.99 a month.
Are there any Selling Sunset season 3 spoilers?
Although there isn’t a trailer for season 3 of Selling Sunset yet, a teaser at the end of season 2 revealed some of what's coming up next. As fans know, This Is Us star Justin Hartley filed for divorce from Chrisell in November 2019. Although the former soap star’s marriage wasn’t a focal point in previous seasons, viewers can expect to see the show further explore the separation.
"I'm just kind of in shock with it all," Chrishell tells Mary in the teaser. "It's just a lot all at once because everyone in the whole world knows. I love him so much. He's my best friend. Who do I talk to now?"
The news came on the heels of Christine’s wedding to businessman Christian Richard. After getting engaged on Valentine’s Day, the two officially tied the knot less than a year later on December 15, 2019. Within a short amount of time, Christine brought to life “a winter wonderland themed wedding,” complete with a black wedding dress, gold thrones, and a cake that “appeared to bleed” when cut.
The teaser also shows Chrisell contemplating whether or not she should attend Christine's wedding. After agreeing to go, it appears to be too much for her to handle.
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