It Looks Like Season 5 Of Selling Sunset Is Coming Sooner Than We Think

Good news, glorious good news.


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Selling Sunset fans, if you’re missing the drama from your favourite realtors since season four landed on Netflix last month well, we’ve got some good news.

It looks as though season five could be coming sooner than we think if we’re to follow former filming and releasing patterns.

Over the weekend Chrishell Stause and Mary Fitzgerald celebrated season five wrapping, as they noted they’re “putting a bow on it,” ahead of celebrating the Christmas festivities.


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This is a pretty quick filming turnaround following season four, showcasing that similar to the seasons being green lit by Netflix together, they were also filmed back-to-back.

Selling Sunset equally did this with seasons two and three, releasing one season in the winter and the second in the summer. Could we see season five drop in May? It’s looking likely.

In the finale of season four we got a sneak peek of what’s ahead in season five and of course, everyone wants Chrishell and Jason Oppenheim’s blossoming love to play out on screen. Could this be right around the corner?


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In the preview for S5, newcomer Emma Hernan asks in the clip, “Did you guys hear the news?

“Heather Rae Young replies, “It’s insane to me. So weird, though. Exciting, but so…” in relation to Chrishell and Jason’s apparent “surprising” romance.

Speaking about why they kept it a secret at the beginning, Jason told US Weekly:

“I think when [a relationship is] public, it puts a lot of just added pressures and publicity and opinion.”

Sharing that the decision to keep things quiet was mostly Chrishell’s, he continued:

“I think it’s nice to kind of start a relationship in the way that normal relationships kind of grow and progress. And that’s just between two people.

“I think that we were both more comfortable with that approach, and I liked that. I followed her lead on things, and I respected her decision making on that. I think that that’s the right approach for anyone.”

The tea is piping. Bring it on!