Season three of Netflix's Selling Sunset was a whirlwind, to say the least. Between Chrishell Stause's very public split from This Is Us star Justin Hartley and the drama surrounding Christine Quinn's wedding, there were plenty of storylines that left us wanting more. Unlike the third installment, which was teased in season two's final episode, the fourth chapter hasn't been confirmed straight away. However, according to Mary Fitzgerald, the cast will learn Selling Sunset's fate within the next month. "We'll find out if we get picked back up probably a couple weeks or 30 days after season three airs," she told Refinery29. "They have to see what ratings are, everything like that." Meanwhile, viewers will likely have to wait on the streaming giant's verdict for quite some time.
The good news is, it seems like some of the stars are hopeful for another season. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Quinn dished on when filming would resume if the show gets renewed, and it sounds pretty promising. "I think it's going to be really interesting because if we do shoot, it's not going to be until next year," she said. "I hear that production is pushing everything until late December, if not next year. So, I feel like this year will be good because it's giving everyone a chance to cool off and, like, heal the wounds that have been going on since season three. So going into season four, I think it's going to be really interesting. And also the dynamics are going to be changing. You know Davina [Potratz] is a broker, Brett [Oppenheim] has left the brokerage and started his own firm. I mean, there's a lot of chess pieces waiting to be moved across the board, so I think it's going to be the most interesting season we ever will have if it happens."
There is quite a bit to look forward to if we're lucky enough to get another collection of episodes. Maya Vander might leave the brokerage, Amanza Smith is still calibrating her work-life balance, Heather Rae Young is officially engaged to Flip or Flop's Tarek El Moussa — which means we could get an inside look at their wedding plans — and Stause is adjusting to the single life. Come on, Netflix, give the people what they want!