Selling Sunset stars talk about Season 4 of hit show
Selling Sunset has been a major hit for Netflix, following the work and drama behind The Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles.
Netflix have not confirmed a fourth series of the show, however cast member Mary Fitzgerald has announced to RadioTimes that filming of the next series is due to begin soon with the next set of episodes to be released later this year. She said, "I think everybody can expect to see a season four probably and hopefully in about six month."
Since the last season of the show ended there have been some changes to the staff at the real estate agents with Davina Provatz joining a new agency as well as the Oppenheim brothers apparently splitting, with Brett opening his own brokerage.
Speaking about how recent changes will impact the show Mary Fitzgerald said, "My understanding is, whenever we do it, everyone is coming back. I don't know how Davina plays into that because she did leave the group, so I'm not really sure how that's going to work out."
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