Selling Sunset Renewed For Season 6 & 7 One Star Leaving, Most Returning

One of Netflix’s most unexpectedly popular shows, the reality series Selling Sunset follows the personal and professional lives of top Los Angeles real estate brokers. The last five seasons have all debuted in Netflix’s top ten most popular shows. Selling Tampa will premiere in December 2021, and Selling The OC will premiere in August 2022, making this streaming empire ever-expanding. The streaming platform has given the mothership series a big renewal, but it comes with the announcement that one actor will not be returning for Season 6.

Selling Sunset: Two More Seasons Confirmed

The allegations were genuine, and it was a rare moment in pop culture. As early as January of this year, the internet was buzzing over the fact that Selling Sunset had already been given the go-ahead for two more seasons. The main cast Heather Rae Young (now married to Tarek El-Mosesh) seemed to rejoice by sharing several nice pictures of the cast from the show’s heyday on her Instagram account at the time. Netflix has now confirmed the rumours: Seasons 6 and 7 are on the way, with production on the sixth batch of episodes expected to begin later this summer.

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Fans’ excitement about the show’s renewal isn’t surprising even if there had been no prior rumours to fuel it. Selling Sunset has been the talk of the town in a manner that Netflix executives surely wish all of its unscripted shows were, from the frenzy around Emma Hernan’s purported Raya match-up with Ben Affleck to Chrishell Stause’s shocking confessions about her love life. As a result, at the 2022 MTV Movie and TV Awards, the reality series won big in the Best Reality Star (Stause) and Best Docu-Reality Series categories.

One Star Is Leaving Selling Sunset Ahead of Season 6

One Star Is Leaving Selling Sunset Ahead of Season 6
One Star Is Leaving Selling Sunset Ahead of Season 6

Selling Sunset’s sole flaw may be the departure of one of the show’s initial stars. According to TMZ, Maya Vander, who has been a part of the streaming sensation for all five seasons, is leaving the show permanently. According to a source, Vander has decided to focus on her growing family and her business in Miami instead of returning to New York. According to reports, she has already transferred her real estate licence from the famed Oppenheim Group to the Miami-based Compass Group, Inc.

Compass’ official website does not currently show Maya Vander as a Miami real estate agent. However, this Season 6 news won’t come as a shock if and when it is verified to be accurate. For some time, the reality star had been hinting that she was about to leave Selling Sunset.

Having to travel back and forth between the East and West coasts for five seasons, Vander told the New York Post in January that life had been “difficult” since the stillbirth of her baby in December of 2021. “I cannot be an absentee mom,” she insisted adamantly at the time. The alum also complained that despite all of her efforts, the show’s editors would only use a brief sound clip of hers from time to time.

Selling Sunset Season 6: What’s Next?

Selling Sunset is losing more than just Maya Vander in the lead-up to Season 6. Earlier this year, her co-star, Christine Quinn, was officially kicked out of the Oppenheimer Group. Despite this, there is still some misunderstanding as to whether the 33-year-old is returning to the show in a new role. Prior to the release of her book, Quinn had stated that she would appear in future seasons of the show (and even had a logistical plan) but then implied that she was “free” from Netflix’s influence.

Christine Quinn was allegedly subjected to a great deal of “horrifying” backstage behaviour by a particular executive producer at Selling Sunset. However, she alleged that the exec’s “retaliatory behaviour” towards her continued despite the fact that he was barred from the set. Quinn and her husband have opted to create a bitcoin brokerage together after quitting the firm. Although I can’t help but question if the future of Selling Sunset will exist without her and her drama, her perseverance is undeniable.

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Christine Quinn, on the other hand, I’m not sure anyone can live without. There is speculation that Chelsea Lazkani, Quinn’s protΓ©gΓ© from Season 5, would have a larger position on the show because she has stated her desire to fight for more black women in real estate and in the industry. It’s possible that the other alums will have to step up their game as well without Quinn there to complain about.

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