While Netflix has yet to announce Selling Sunset Season 4, the dramatic real estate reality series is expected to return for another season on the streaming service and recently, star Christine Quinn opened up about what that may look like.
TMZ caught Christine in Los Angeles over the weekend and asked about a potential fourth season. “It hasn’t been confirmed yet but obviously it was the top ten most-watched show on Netflix in August,” the reality star revealed, adding that she’s not sure when production will begin, considering we are in a pandemic, after all.
“I don’t know [when we’ll know about Season 4],” she said. “Hopefully soon. I need to start planning my outfits!”
WATCH: Christine Quinn teases Selling Sunset Season 4
Selling Sunset Season 3 continued to heavily feature the drama between breakout stars Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause, who has since gone on to appear on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars during the break between seasons.
Despite everyone seeming to be doing their own thing at the moment, expect everyone to return should Netflix in fact order another season, however.
“All of the bitches are so thirsty, they’ll do anything for a dollar, so I think they’re all coming back,” Christine said with a chuckle. “The show is dynamic and works, and then there’s me.”
As previously reported, a lot has changed since Season 3 dropped in August, giving the show multiple directions to take in a potential fourth season. Maya Vander pondered leaving the Oppenheim Group and moving to Miami full-time, and it has also been revealed that Mary Fitzgerald and Romain Bonnet have actually been married since before Netflix came around.
While Christine is playing coy in this interview with TMZ, a few of her co-stars teased a potential renewal in late August.
“Celebrating good news we can’t tell you about,” Chrishell Stause captioned the photo below which shows her vacationing with co-stars Heather Rae Young, Mary Fitzgerald, and Amanza Smith.
Selling Sunset has been one of the more enjoyable aspects of the streaming service’s reality offerings and they would be silly to not renew the show for another round of episodes. And by the sounds of it, there is a lot more drama in store.