Selling Sunset: Christine Quinn 'isn't a good fit' says Mary
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Netflix has reportedly commissioned a new version of Selling Sunset based in the UK. The new offering titled Super Prime London is set to drop on the streaming platform next year, which is sure to excite fans of the glamorous real estate show. However, some adaptations will surely need to be introduced to suit the colder climate.
According to one insider, filming will take place in 2023 and will be produced by the same company as The Apprentice.
A source teased the expensive property-selling drama will be heading to London.
They 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.”
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The insider added: “Either way, estate agents could do with a boost to their image here in the UK.”
Selling Sunset follows The Oppenheim Group’s drama, with rows and tensions brewing in every episode, as colleagues struggle to maintain a harmonious working environment.
The show has created some of reality TV’s biggest stars including Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause.
Christine and Chrishell have gone on to make huge names for themselves as solo TV personalities off the back of the series.
The former has moved into a cryptocurrency business with her husband Christian Richard and has reportedly turned her back on the Netflix hit.
After clashing with many of her colleagues throughout the years, Christine looks set to finally be saying goodbye to the Los Angeles company.
Christine has been interviewed on UK shows such as This Morning, in which she said she loves the UK and hinted that a similar show could work well there.
Chrishell’s future in the show was left up in the air after a dramatic turn of events leading up to the season five finale.
Express.co.uk has contacted Netflix for a comment.
Business owner Jason Oppenheim and partner Chrishell announced their split after filming was completed.
The reasons behind ending their five-month relationship was due to their opposing views on having a family together.
At the time of their breakup, the former soap actress told co-star Emma Hernan where her future lies.
She explained last year: “He just told me that he doesn’t want to have kids, so as much as this hurts me to say, I’ve been clear with him what that would mean, so we are done, we broke up.
“I’m just disappointed, I just feel like you never have it figured out and I guess that’s the life lesson.”
Chrishell added: “And I should know better at this point, but I thought this was it.”
Whether there is more of her story to tell in seasons six and seven of the show remains to be seen.
Reflecting on her future career in reality TV she added: “I don’t foresee myself doing this for a long time but I think that as long as you’re still enjoying it, that’s the key.
“Right now, I’m still really enjoying it, and I really love the people that I work with.”
Selling Sunset is available to stream on Netflix
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