Selling Sunset renewed for TWO more seasons on Netflix
Selling Sunset has officially been renewed for two more seasons on Netflix, but there’s still a question mark about who exactly will return.
While the likes of Heather Rae El Moussa, Chrishell Stause and Amanza Smith were all celebrating the news on social media… show villain Christine Quinn kept quiet, and it was revealed yesterday that Maya Vander has now left.
Despite leaving her role with the Oppenheim Group, Christine vowed in May of this year that she “wouldn’t go anywhere” when it came to the hit show.
The 33-year-old — who now stands shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Anna Wintour — recently left the famed brokerage firm during the launch of RealOpen, her and her husband Christian Dumontet’s new crypto real estate venture.
Back for more! Sunset sale extended for TWO seasons on Netflix… but show villain Christine Quinn remains SILENT amid rumors of cast shake-up
‘I like the show. The show is my number 1 [and] Everyone knows that, but we just have to get creative now because I don’t work for the Oppenheim Group,” Christine recently told UsWeekly.
However, Christine doesn’t toast to the success of the show’s revamp like others did — and every year there are fiery rumors of a cast shakeup with new additions by Netflix bosses.
Obviously, no fan of Christine making a comeback is Emma Hernan, who told Entertainment Tonight, “When you lie, you do these horrible things, it’s hard to keep up with the story. So it was easier not to show up.’
She added: “Obviously I’m not in charge. But it’s gotten to a point where she hurt all the girls in the show, in the cast, in the O Group.”
Expelled? Despite leaving her role with the Oppenheim Group, Christine Quinn swore in May of this year that she was “not going anywhere” when it comes to the hit show
“So Jason will have to make that decision… But he’s the boss, so not known yet. I don’t think anyone knows at the moment.”
The most recent season featured Christine alongside longtime collaborators Mary Fitzgerald, Heather Rae Young, Chrishell Stause, Amanza Smith, who starred in season two, and former employee Davina Potratz.
Tellingly, Mary said on the show this season, “There are only so many seats in the office, so we’ll have to see who doesn’t get their money’s worth.”
It was revealed yesterday that Maya, 40, will not be returning for the show’s sixth season and will instead focus her efforts on her family and her Miami real estate business.
Cast: (L-R) Chrishell Stause, Vanessa Villela, Chelsea Lazkani, Vander, Davina Potratz and Mary Fitzgerald are featured in a shot from the show’s fifth season
Still friends? Christine Quinn, Davina Potratz, Heather Raye Young and cast attend Netflix’s Selling Sunset viewing party in 2019
The news of Vander’s departure from the series comes on the heels of her announcement that she had a miscarriage six months after giving birth to her stillborn son. Vander announced the sad news on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday with a photo of her son Aiden, three, as he slept.
‘I’ve had a really crazy week. Miscarriage at 10 weeks…after my stillbirth…but my children and my husband are absolutely my blessing and I am so lucky to be a mother there!’
She continued: ‘They bring me joy and happiness in my life!! Hug and love the people you care about. Don’t take things for granted!’ add a prayer emoji.
Maya is married to David Amar and they share two children: Aiden and daughter Elle, two.
Six months before her miscarriage, Maya suffered a devastating stillbirth.
She revealed the news on her social media with a photo of a souvenir box given by the hospital.
Latest: Selling Sunset star Maya Vander, 40, isn’t returning for the show’s sixth season, as Netflix series sources told TMZ on Wednesday that the reality star is leaving to focus her efforts on her family and her Miami-based real estate company