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18th Dec 2022

Netflix teases UK version of Selling Sunset to begin next year

Ellen Fitzpatrick

Selling Sunset fans, listen up.

Netflix has reportedly commissioned a new version of the hit series Selling Sunset in the UK.

The streaming service is set to create a British-based spin-off show called Super Prime London and will be produced by the company behind The Apprentice.

Reported to follow a London-based property agency with highly wealthy clients, it follows the same format as the original series in the US.

If you for some reason haven’t seen Selling Sunset, it follows The Oppenheim Group which is a group of agents that sell high-end real estate in California.

Set to start filming as early as the new year, the UK series is likely to feature highly dramatic agent. Think Chrishell Stause and Christine Quinn meet Made in Chelsea.

A TV source told The Sun : “Selling Sunset was the perfect blend of factual TV and reality gold, blending property porn and bonkers Americans with the lives and loves of the super glamorous cast.

“Whether the same can be achieved in London without the balmy temperatures and Hollywood views remains to be seen – but it’ll be great fun watching.

“Either way, estate agents could do with a boost to their image here in the UK.”

The news comes after it was revealed that Christine Quinn won’t be returning to the upcoming sixth and seventh seasons of Selling Sunset.

According to E! News, it was a mutual decision between her and the show.

A source revealed that Christine isn’t involved with any of the other cast mates and thus her leaving the show makes sense.

They added that she is now looking forward to growing her own real estate business with her husband Christian Richard, and also experiencing more opportunities in the fashion industry.