In fabulous news for people who froth watching rich people be rich (me), Netflix has renewed Selling Sunset and Bling Empire for more dazzling seasons at the streaming giant.
Selling Sunset has been renewed for two more seasons, heralding the return of the Oppenheim brothers, Chrishell Stause, Christine Quinn, Mary Fitzgerald and her boo Romain Bonnet, Heather Rae Young, Amanza Smith, Maya Vander, and Davina Potratz.
Season 3 of the cult series concluded with Quinn’s gothic winter wonderland wedding, while Stause mourned the end of her marriage to what’s-his-face from This Is Us.
Is Davina still trying to sell that fuck-off expensive mansion for $75 million? Probably.
Big houses aside, Quinn recently announced she’s expecting her first bub with husband Christian Richard.
Bling Empire has also been renewed for another season at Netflix. To be honest, I just want more iconic Anna Shay content.
The series follows a wildly wealthy group of Asian American friends (and frenemies) in Los Angeles, who just have too much money.
Anna Shay is the daughter of billionaire Edward Shay, the founder of weapons manufacturer Pacific Architects and Engineers. Turns out there’s a lot of money in guns!
At the end of season 1, sweet himbo Kevin Kreider and Kane Lim told Kim Lee the heartbreaking news that her estranged father died, Cherie Chan proposed to her partner Jessey Lee, and Kelly Mi Li got back together with her ex Andrew Gray (again).
Netflix also announced two new docusoaps on Thursday, including another show about big, shiny houses.
From Selling Sunset creator Adam DeVillo, this new series will focus on Florida’s Allure Realty.
“Owned by military vet Sharelle Rosado, this all Black, all female real estate firm has its eye set on dominating the Suncoast,” the synopsis reads.
Allure Realty’s staff are extremely ambitious, with all of them vying to be on top of the world of luxury waterfront real estate.
Not to mention, Rosado has huge plans for her brokerage and won’t let anyone or anything get in the way of making her dreams a reality.
Netflix hasn’t announced a release date for this series yet, but we’ll keep you updated.
The second show comes from the executive producer of Bling Empire and will centre around the personal and professional life of fashion mogul Julia Haart.
Haart is a former member of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community turned CEO of talent media company, Elite World Group.
“Since taking the reins of a global talent empire, Haart has been on a mission to revolutionise the industry from the inside out – all while being a mother of four,” the synopsis says.
Throughout the series, Haart will also help her children reconcile their orthodox upbringings with the modern world. Her kids include a TikToker, an app designer, a lawyer, and a high schooler.
My Unorthodox Life will premiere later this year on Netflix.
You can catch the current seasons of Selling Sunset and Bling Empire on Netflix now.