We hope that you have binge-watched the entire season 4 of Selling Sunset because the next is on its way. We got the fourth season of this rather unique and interesting show on 25th November, and we should be thankful to Netflix for treating us with it around the time for Thanksgiving. But now that it is over, we have nothing but one question in our mind, When will we get Selling Sunset Season 5?
Is there any special reason everyone is so in love with this show? Maybe because it gets us closer to a world we never knew we would get to explore. Luxurious million-dollar property tours, with their share of catty political drama and fights, all this happening in the beautiful Los Angeles. It doesn’t get better than this, but get ready to taste more of it as season 5 of the Netflix Reality show is coming soon.
When is Selling Sunset Season 5 releasing?
Pretty much in its signature fashion, the Netflix show ended its season 4 with a big fight between the ladies, and you definitely are craving for more of it. While Netflix has confirmed that the show will return in 2022, we do not have any confirmed release date for the show. However, while talking to Digital Spy Mary Fitzgerald said, “We have Season 5 coming out probably in March.” She added, “We’re done filming. We have a couple of pick-ups when we get back, and a couple of interviews still to do. But for the most part, Season 5’s done filming, and it will be very, very good.”
Selling Sunset Season 5 cast
You can expect all the original cast members returning for the next season of the hit show. Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, and Mary Fitzgerald will all come back to the show. As we have a lot of mayhem to settle this in the new season of Selling Sunset.
Selling Sunset Season 5 plot
Season 4 of the show ended with real estate mogul Jason Oppenheim and broker Chrishell Stause announcing their relationship. The couple even announced their relationship on Instagram, but it rather surprised the cast members. Heather Rae Young said, “It’s insane to me. So weird, though. It’s like exciting, but…“(via Harper’s Bazaar)