Home » Jason Oppenheim Confirms Selling Sunset Season 4 is Delayed Due to Coronavirus
Fans hoping for a fourth season of Selling Sunset to drop may be waiting a little longer, as the Oppenheim brothers have confirmed filming has been delayed due to coronavirus.
Even our favorite realtors couldn’t escape the wrath of the pandemic, with Jason and Brett revealing during Good Morning Britain on Thursday morning that coronavirus has made it difficult for production to go ahead.
When quizzed over whether season four has begun filming, Jason replied: ‘No, season four hasn’t been filmed, the pandemic has put a dampener on filming right now.’
Teasing that it will go ahead as soon as the show is given the green light, Jason added: ‘We can expect we’ll be moving forward as soon as possible, but filming is very difficult now here in LA… everything has been delayed.’
When Selling Sunset does return, though, fans can expect a full house.
Brett teased that the likes of Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn will all be involved with the new series, as he revealed: ‘Everybody is going to be around.’
The brothers, who are the owners of the Oppenheim Group, also took the time to squash rumours they are planning on going separate ways to set up rival firms.
‘Honestly, we’ve been working together in close quarters for so long, I don’t think that’s going to change,’ Brett said.
‘I’m sure there’s been moments when we’ve both thought of doing that,’ he joked. ‘But no.’
Jason also touched on comments made by Chrissy Teigen, doubting how real the estate agents appearing on Selling Sunset really are.
Jason said he was ‘confused’ by Chrissy’s tweet, but credited it for being ‘good publicity’, as he hit back: ‘I was a little confused because she also texted that she drives by our office and see us everyday.’
‘I’ve never met her, but I don’t say that John isn’t a great singer or that she isn’t a huge celebrity,’ he teased. ‘It’s all good publicity.’
Selling Sunset is available to watch on Netflix.