Netflix Sell sunset, a reality series about the personal and professional lives of top LA real estate agents, has become a somewhat surprising hit with viewers, with the last five seasons all ranked in the top 10 upon release. And the Real housewives Franchise should pay attention because this streaming empire is constantly growing with it sell tampa Premiere in December 2021 and Sell the OC is coming in August 2022. The Mothership series has now received some major renewal news from the streaming platform, but that good news comes with the update that a star isn’t returning for Season 6.
Netflix confirms Sunset has been extended for two more seasons
In a rare pop culture moment, the rumors were true. Last January, months before Season 5 was even released, there were a lot of rumors circulating online claiming this Sell sunset already earned the green light for two more seasons. Lead actress Heather Rae Young (now Mrs. Tarek El Moussa) apparently celebrated back then by posting a slew of cute throwback pictures of the cast. Well, Netflix has finally confirmed the speculation: Season 6 and Season 7 are underway, with filming set to begin later this summer for the sixth episode.
Even without the previous rumors that have fueled fans’ eagerness, the renewal news isn’t exactly surprising. From the fanfare surrounding Emma Hernan’s alleged match between Raya and Ben Affleck to Chrishell Stause’s startling romantic revelations. Sell sunset was the talk of the town in a way Netflix execs probably wish all of their unscripted shows were. So much so that the reality series won big at the 2022 MTV Movie and TV Awards, taking home Best Reality Star (Stause) and Best Documentary Reality Series.
Before Season 6, One Star Selling ends Sunset
Perhaps the only negative in the sea of Sell sunsetThe success of is that it loses one of its original stars. TMZ reports that Maya Vander, who has been a part of the streaming hit for all five seasons, is leaving for good. Production sources reportedly told the outlet that Vander is instead choosing to prioritize her growing family and business in Miami going forward. She’s said to have already switched her real estate license from the notorious Oppenheim Group to Miami firm Compass.
Maya Vander is not yet listed on Compass’s official website as one of their Miami real estate agents. But if confirmed, this Season 6 update isn’t too surprising either. The reality star had given hints Sell sunset for some time that maybe someday she will go.
Vander was also candid with the New York Post in January, when she shared that things were “tough” after her son’s stillbirth in December 2021, in addition to having to constantly commute from the East Coast to the West Coast for five seasons . Firm at the time, she said, “I can’t be an absentee mom.” The graduate also lamented that despite all the troubles she went through for the show, the editors usually only used a quick soundbite of hers here and there.
What else is up for sale in Sunset Season 6?
Maya Vander isn’t the only one running away Sell sunset ahead of Season 6. Her co-star Christine Quinn actually officially left the Oppenheim group earlier this year. But there’s still some confusion over whether the 33-year-old will return to the show in another capacity. Quinn previously said it would somehow fit into a future season (and even had a logistics pitch), but during her book promotion tour at a later date, she hinted that she was “free” from Netflix’s control -Streamers be.
There was allegedly a lot of “terrible” BTS behavior that Christine Quinn witnessed from one Sell sunset Executive producer in particular. She claimed the misconduct resulted in the exec being suspended while the cast was on set, but said his “retaliatory behavior” against her ultimately stood. After leaving the business, Quinn has decided to move on by opening her own cryptocurrency brokerage alongside her husband. Her notorious tenacity is sure to make it a success, although I can’t help but still wonder if the future of Sell sunset can survive without her and her drama…
Anyone can probably live without Maya Vander easily, but Christine Quinn… I’m not sure. Quinn’s Season 5 protégé, Chelsea Lazkani, has said she wants to advocate for more black women in real estate and on the show, so she’s likely to take on a bigger role. The other alums probably need to up their game, too, without Quinn constantly having to lean in to complain.
We’ll keep you up to date. For now, though, fans can drop by Sell the OC when it premieres on August 24, and all other titles yet to appear on the Netflix TV Guide 2022.