Chrishell Stause’s ‘Selling Sunset’ Renewed for Season 2 With New Romances & Explosive Truths to Come
Following the lives of seven of Los Angeles’ luxury real estate brokers.
The sun will rise and set for eight more episodes on Netflix’s Selling Sunset, Soaps.com has learned. The unscripted documentary series, which stars Chrishell Stause (All My Children, Amanda Dillon; Days of our Lives, Jordan Ridgeway/Tammy Sue; The Young and the Restless, Bethany Bryant) has been picked up for a second season. Stause had posted a sly looking Instagram on April 21, suggesting she had big news, “This is the face of someone who won’t have to keep a secret much longer! Big announcement coming tomorrow!” She came through on that promise and confirmed the details on Twitter, “Ready for more of us..?” Stause tweeted on April 22. “Season 2 will be streaming on @netflix May 22nd! SO much has happened, get ready.”
The series tracks the lives of seven of Los Angeles’ luxury real estate brokers, all working at the same No. 1 agency in the Hollywood Hills and on Sunset Strip. As Deadline reported, this season “the ladies deal with even more mind-blowing mansions, shocking new romances, and explosive truths that will change their lives, relationships and careers forever.” Could one of those “explosive truths” focus on Stause’s own sudden divorce to Justin Hartley (This Is Us; Young and the Restless’ ex-Adam Newman)? The couple had been married since 2017 and split abruptly in late 2019.
The rest of the cast includes Christine Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Young, Davina Potratz, Romain Bonnet, Amanza Smith, Jason Oppenheim and Brett Oppenheim. The show originally premiered in March 2019. “Selling Sunset is not your typical real estate series…” Lionsgate SVP and Head of Unscripted Programming Alice Dickens-Koblin told Deadline. “It enables viewers to go beyond the luxurious homes and into a world of powerful female realtors who navigate a truly cutthroat business.” Selling Sunset returns on May 22 with eight half-hour episodes.
Fans of Stause may recognize her from her non-unscripted work. Aside from her soap opera roles, she appeared in features and other TV series, including Staged Killer, My Little Girl is Gone and Mistresses.
— Chrishell (@Chrishell7) April 22, 2020