Selling Sunset on Netflix follows around the Oppenheim Group, a luxury real estate firm in Los Angeles. The American reality television show revolves around the members of the Oppenheim Group, which highlights their personal and professional lives.
Selling Sunset gave a lot of drama to the fans. But viewers are really confused that the cast is real estate agents or actors. In case you still don’t know what Selling Sunset is, you need to watch all four seasons to get hooked.
Selling Sunset is real or not?
Chrissy Teigen tweeted whether these real estate agents in L.A. are real or not. Her tweet read as, “I will say, I look at LA real estate a lot and have never seen any of these people lol either have our agents, who I have obsessively asked.”
Honestly I don’t even know what agency our agent is with lol. Love the show! Pass your office every day, I’m an open house nut and am very sad I missed burgers and botox!
— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 20, 2020
Selling Sunset of Netflix is real and not scripted. The reality show follows the real lives of the real estate agents. But, however, we see all the drama because of the editing. Chrishell claims to TMZ, about the show’s accuracy, where she explains a few things in the show are “amped up for the show but it’s not scripted.” She says, “Obviously, there are certain things that are a little amped up for the show… but honestly, I don’t really think that they asked him to do that. I mean, who would do that on purpose?”
The executive producer of the show, who also produces shows like The Hills and Laguna Beach, explains to Variety, “I can’t tell you how many hours we would sit in an edit bay just working on one scene. I think most reality shows would have turned it out in a day and we’ll spend a week.”
Twin brothers Jason and Brett ran the Oppenheim Group, a high-end real estate firm in Los Angeles. Their business model has been successful for many years. Adam DiVello, the creator of Selling Sunset, met twin brothers for a property company to be the backdrop of a reality show. He claims, “I came across these two brothers, Jason, and Brett Oppenheim, and they own the Oppenheim Group up on Sunset. I saw their ads in magazines: It’s the two of them, and then about five or six female employees they have working for them. And I thought that’s the cast of a show right there.”