The comeback of Selling Sunset drives thrilling drama

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Season seven of “Selling Sunset” airs Nov. 3, bringing back a new series of entangled fiery confrontations and workplace scandals. “Selling Sunset” revolves around the Oppenheim group, a high end real estate brokerage firm in Los Angeles. The camera follows the group member’s professional and personal lives as they navigate the industry. 

In the previous season, described as loyal, fierce and an advocate, the new member of the selling sunset cast, Nicole Young, became the season’s villain, working against Chrishell Stause. Chrishell is an American actress and real estate agent, known for her appearance in television shows “All my Children” and “Days of Our Lives.” In the show, Nicole turns to Chrishell’s best friend, Emma, for help beefing with Chrishell. Emma Hernan is a model, real estate agent and entrepreneur, who runs her own food company called Emma Leigh & Co. 

The show’s secondary villain, thus, becomes Chelsea Lazkani, a luxury realtor, who plots against Bre, Tiesi, model and real estate agent. However, the audience’s hate towards Chelsea lessens at the end of the season, when Chelsea explains her childhood trauma and how it influenced her behavior and excuses her violent acts against Bre Tiesi. 

This beef did not end in season 7; Chelsea and Bre continue to clash in the reality show when Chelsea judges Bre for raising a child with Nick Cannon, who has 12 children. 

Meanwhile, the realtor company’s boss, Jason Oppenheim brings his girlfriend, German model, Marie-Lou to the show. This gives spark to rising drama between Chrishell and Marie-Lou. Who both have feelings left for Jason. 

Thrilling drama starts immediately in the new season, but it is up for discussion whether the new season will be more boring or serious than season 6 as fans await for the show to air.

The Selling Sunset’s Oppenheim real estate office located in Hollywood was founded in 1889 as The Stern Realty Co, and represents five generations of real estate development in Los Angeles. (Photo/Irene John)

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