The employees of the Oppenheim Group, all of whom are top-tier real estate brokers, are followed in ‘Selling Sunset,’ a Netflix reality show. Because the sector of luxury real estate has thrived in Los Angeles, the on-screen agents lead spectacular lives while juggling their job commitments and social prestige. In addition, the show is spiced up with a decent amount of drama and romance, which makes it much more enjoyable.
Adam DiVello devised the show, which launched in March of this year. It has garnered a large following since then. In fact, the show’s success produced other successful spin-offs, and viewers got increasingly interested in the agents’ daily lives. Season 5 is officially finished, and fans are already inquiring when the next instalment will be released. So, let’s learn everything there is to know about ‘Selling Sunset’ season 6!
Season 6 of ‘Selling Sunset’ is planned to have the majority of the main characters from seasons 1 to 5. Brett and Jason Oppenheim, co-founders of the Oppenheim Group, are among them, as are well-known real estate brokers Mary Fitzgerald, Chrishell Stause, Heather Rae El Moussa, and Christine Quinn. Emma Hernan, Amanza Smith, Vanessa Villela, and Davina Potraz, all of the Oppenheim Group, are slated to attend. In addition, the sixth season is scheduled to have cameo appearances by some agents’ spouses and partners.
Chelsea Lazkani, a new agent who debuted in season 5, is expected to return in season 6. ‘Selling Sunset’ will, however, introduce new characters in its sixth season, much as Chelsea did. Maya Vander, on the other hand, indicated that she will have to spend her time between Los Angeles and Miami in the sixth season, so she might not appear as regularly.
‘Selling Sunset’ season 5 followed luxury real estate salespeople as they went about their regular lives, selling spectacular houses to high-profile customers. The season also saw the budding romances of a lot of cast members, and seeing Jason Oppenheim and Chrishell Stause, who are no longer together, was heartbreaking. Furthermore, viewers were treated to a taste of high-octane drama when Mary Fitzgerald and a few other agents got into an incident with Christine Quinn.
As a result, Season 6 will likely follow the same format, with a closer look at the lives of the reality stars. Because romance and drama are such a large element of the show, we can expect a few new relationships to blossom. We must, however, keep an eye out for unforeseen breakups. At the same time, viewers should expect more drama from the actors, as several of them have a history of butting heads.