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Show Review: Netflix’s season 7 of “Selling Sunset”

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Season 7 of Selling Sunset continues to be a drama-filled reality show with a touch of real estate. This season was released in early November and had a successful first few weeks on Netflix.

The following review contains spoilers for season 7 of “Selling Sunset.”

“Selling Sunset” shines once again on Netflix with season seven of the series. The glamorous real estate agents of the “Oppenheim Group” continue to sell luxurious properties while dysfunctional relationships and heated tension consume the agency. Throughout this season, drama occurs between the agents, all while the bosses, Jason and Brett, expand the “O Group.

The seventh season of “Selling Sunset,” released on Nov. 3, on Netflix, has been one of the most popular television shows since its premiere. Although not in the top ten (as of Nov. 26), this season’s popularity soared up to 2nd from 8th place on Netflix according to IMBD.

To highlight the company’s finances, the Oppenheim Group addresses that sales are slower in 2023 than they have been in a decade, due to high interest rates and the mansion tax. Still, during the reunion episode, Jason Oppenheim claims that every agent has worked hard this season to sell properties. Despite lower sales than normal, the Oppenheim Group has just built a lavish new office that Chrishell Stause refers to as an “adult playground.”

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Furthermore, this season features some of the biggest jaw-dropping events. Stause and Nicole Young’s bad blood continues from season six and on this season’s reunion, Stause affirms she “hates” Young. Also, Bre Tiesi departs from the Oppenheim Group’s party in the season finale because of how dissatisfied she is with the omission split, so she has a decision to make: stay or walk away.

As someone who has personally watched “Selling Sunset,” I would definitely recommend others to watch it because of how gorgeous the properties are and how entertaining the drama is. However, if you are someone who is primarily interested in real estate, I wouldn’t recommend this series because of how much the show focuses on the lives of the agents. Surprisingly, most of the episodes range from 26-35 minutes long, with only two episodes being longer than 40 minutes, so it was a pretty quick binge-watch.

Overall, this season of “Selling Sunset” continued to be a mix of deluxe real estate and juicy drama. I can’t wait for season eight and new potential cast members.

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