'Selling Sunset' Is Returning to Netflix Super Soon

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Because Selling Sunset was easily one of the best shows on Netflix in the summer of 2020, a lot of folks couldn't help but breeze through season 3 of the series. Inevitably, this left fans of the Oppenheim Group wondering ... is season 4 for sure happening?

We are ecstatic to announce that after months of waiting for an answer, we now know that Selling Sunset will continue. In fact, Netflix has officially green-lit a fourth and fifth season of the real estate reality series (which obviously makes us so happy). The best part of all? Season 4 is coming up really, really soon.

Get all the details below about upcoming episodes of Selling Sunset season 4:

When will Selling Sunset return to Netflix?

Mark your calendars, ASAP: Selling Sunset is coming back to Netflix on Wednesday, November 24 ... in other words, right before the Thanksgiving holiday. Make sure to call dibs on the TV now!

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Photo credit: Netflix

Which Selling Sunset cast members will be on season 4?

Netflix has shared that all of the original cast members will be returning in some capacity. That means, fans can expect to see Jason and Brett Oppenheim, Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Amanza Smith, Heather Rae Young, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Romain Bonnet, and Davina Potratz.

Obviously, as those who follow the cast members on Instagram know already, a lot of big changes have happened since we last left off. It'll be interesting to see what the friendship dynamics will be like ...

What could happen in season 4 of Selling Sunset?

Though we've seen both Mary and Christine host huge weddings, Heather and her beau Flip or Flop host Tarek El Moussa will not have their wedding on season 4. Instead, according to People, the big event and its preparations will air in a one-hour special titled Tarek and Heather The Big I Do on Discovery+ in December.

Meanwhile, season 3 left us off with Chrishell beginning a new chapter in her life as a single woman following her divorce in November 2019 from This Is Us star Justin Hartley. That said, she and Jason declared this year that they are officially a couple, which should make things interesting in the office. Chances are, Chrishell and Davina will be off to a rocky start come season 4 after Davina made comments about there being "two sides" to Chrishell and Justin's split.

Speaking with House Beautiful, Chrishell shared that the new season is going to be "bigger and better." She also revealed that she hopes that the team "can keep it cordial and professional."

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Despite her departure from the Oppenheim Group last October, Davina will still be part of the cast. Meanwhile, Brett formed his own brokerage, Oppenheim Real Estate, but he'll still be around.

"It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision," Davina told People."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."

Meanwhile, Maya's future remains uncertain after she pitched the idea of getting a broker's license and opening an office in Miami to Jason. Late last year though, Jason announced that Heather would be opening an office in Newport, California, for the Oppenheim Group. She'll be splitting her time between Los Angeles and Newport Beach, where she lives.

And then there's Christine, who welcomed a baby boy named Christian Georges Dumontet with her husband, Christian Richard, in May of this year.

As for Amanza, People reported in February that she still doesn't know where her ex-husband, former NFL player Ralph Brown, is after he disappeared in August 2019. "I've been silently dealing with the pain and heartache of what is happening with this situation ..."Amanza wrote on Instagram. She told People, however, that she still has hope that she'll learn the truth one day.

How can I watch and stream Selling Sunset season 4?

Just like seasons 1, 2 and 3, Selling Sunset is available exclusively on Netflix. The streaming service can be enjoyed on most devices that can be connected to the internet. This includes DVD players, Blu-ray devices, Smart TVs, gaming consoles, home theater systems, smartphones, tablets, and more. For a full list, visit here.

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