– Selling Sunset is returning for a new season just six months after the release of Season 6
– The show follows agents from The Oppenheim Group’s LA office
– Season 6 ended with drama and conflicts between the agents
– The agents from the Newport Beach office, who star in Selling the OC, made a cameo in the Season 6 finale
– Mary Fitzgerald, the brokerage’s vice president, struggled to hold everything together while broker Jason Oppenheim was out of town
– Heather Rae El Moussa, who was expecting a son, will not be appearing much in Season 7
– The trailer for Season 7 suggests intense drama and competition among the agents in a slow market
– Jason Oppenheim criticizes the LA office agents for becoming “complacent” while the OC agents work hard
– The trailer hints at unresolved feelings between Jason Oppenheim and his ex-girlfriend Marie-Lou Nurk
– Agent Bre Tiesi is ready to make her mark and declares herself a “one-woman show”
– The season will feature 11 episodes.
A trailer for the new season of the real estate reality TV series suggests that broker Jason Oppenheim feels his LA office’s agents have slacked off during a sluggish market while “the agents in the OC work their asses off.”
Just six months after the release of Season 6, real estate reality TV hit Selling Sunset is returning on Friday, Nov. 3 to Netflix for a new season.
The show that follows agents from The Oppenheim Group’s LA office has become infamous for its drama, glam outfits and real estate eye candy.
When Season 6 wrapped, fresh drama, naturally, was bouncing about the office. There was some serious friction between Chelsea Lazkani and the office’s new agent, Bre Tiesi, which left the two on the outs with each other.
Meanwhile, Chrishell Stause and Nicole Young faced an unresolved conflict in which Young accused Stause of taking credit for her previous home listings and Stause slapped Young back with an accusation of being on drugs. After the season’s drama, Stause also suggested she might take some time away from the luxury brokerage to join her spouse, Australian musician G Flip, while on tour.
Agents from the brokerage’s Newport Beach office, who star in Selling the OC, also made a cameo during the Season 6 finale during an open house for a $7.5 million penthouse listing. On top of it all, Mary Fitzgerald, the brokerage’s vice president, seemed to crack under the pressure of holding everything together while broker Jason Oppenheim was out of town for an extended period.
Meanwhile, Heather Rae El Moussa was expecting a son with husband Tarek El Moussa in Season 6. The mother gave birth in February, and will not be showing up much in Season 7 — against her wishes, it seems — which El Moussa publicly expressed her displeasure about on Instagram.
A trailer for Season 7 suggested that the drama only stood to intensify, with agents getting more competitive about winning listings in a slow market and Oppenheim telling LA office agents that they had become “complacent” while “the agents in the OC work their asses off.”
The trailer also showed an apparent one-on-one with Stause and Oppenheim’s then-girlfriend, Marie-Lou Nurk, in which the model told Stause, “I just feel like, maybe there’s feelings left,” leaving the viewer wondering if she was referring to Stause or Oppenheim himself, since the two used to date. Oppenheim and Nurk broke up in May after the couple determined that trying to maintain the long-distance relationship was too difficult, Page Six reported.
Tiesi, who has a child with Nick Cannon, also seemed poised for a fight and ready to make her mark in Season 7, saying she was a “one-woman show.” The trailer closes with Stause declaring “at the end of the day, the only thing I want is peace,” but among the brokerage’s strong personalities, is peace even possible?
Season 7 of Selling Sunset will feature 11 episodes.
Property Chomp's Take:
The highly anticipated Season 7 of the real estate reality TV series, Selling Sunset, is set to premiere on Netflix on Friday, November 3rd. The show, which follows the agents of The Oppenheim Group's LA office, has gained a massive following for its mix of drama, glamorous outfits, and stunning real estate.
In the previous season, tensions were running high within the office. Chelsea Lazkani and new agent Bre Tiesi found themselves at odds with each other, while Chrishell Stause and Nicole Young had an unresolved conflict. Stause also hinted at the possibility of taking a break from the brokerage to join her spouse on tour.
Meanwhile, the agents from The Oppenheim Group's Newport Beach office, who star in their own spin-off series, Selling the OC, made a cameo appearance in the Season 6 finale. Mary Fitzgerald, the brokerage's vice president, struggled to hold everything together while broker Jason Oppenheim was away.
As the trailer for Season 7 suggests, the drama is only going to intensify. The agents are seen competing fiercely for listings in a slow market, and Oppenheim confronts the LA office agents, accusing them of becoming complacent while "the agents in the OC work their asses off."
The trailer also teases a one-on-one conversation between Stause and Oppenheim's then-girlfriend, Marie-Lou Nurk, in which Nurk hints at lingering feelings. This leaves viewers wondering if she is referring to Stause or Oppenheim himself, as the two used to date. Oppenheim and Nurk ended their relationship in May due to the challenges of maintaining a long-distance romance.
New agent Bre Tiesi, who has a child with Nick Cannon, appears ready to make her mark in Season 7, declaring herself a "one-woman show." However, amidst the brokerage's strong personalities, achieving peace may prove difficult.
Season 7 of Selling Sunset will consist of 11 episodes, promising more drama, glamour, and jaw-dropping real estate. Fans of the show won't want to miss the premiere on Netflix.
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