On March 21, 2019, the reality television series Selling Sunset premiered on Netflix. Created by The Hill‘s Adam DiVello, Selling Sunset revolves around the real-estate brokerage firm the Oppenheim Group in Los Angeles populated by beautiful female agents selling million-dollar properties. Throughout the reality series, each member of the Oppenheim Group’s professional and personal life is shown in great detail. The first season of Selling Sunset consisted of eight episodes and received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.

Netflix decided to renew the show for two more seasons. The second and third seasons of Selling Sunset both consisted of eight episodes in a very similar to the show’s first season. The third season dramatically revolved around This Is Us star Justin Hartley blind-siding his wife, agent Chrishell Stause, with a divorce filing.

As of August 17, Netflix has not officially renewed Selling Sunset for a fourth season. However, several hints have been given by the main cast members of the show regarding the status of a fourth season for the popular Netflix reality series. On her Instagram, Stause posted a photo of her and three other cast members posing together on a boat. The tagline stated “Carpe Diem!! Celebrating good news we can’t tell you about 🤐😳🙌🏽🥰💗🥳🥳”

Fellow cast member Heather Young also posted on Instagram with a photo of her and three other cast members on a boat. The tagline stated, “Girls just want to have fun in the sun… we may or may not have made bad decisions on “Bad decisions🛥 😎😉 – Celebrating 🥳 so much good news!! Exciting things in the near future! #sellingsunset.”

Another clue to whether or not Selling Sunset  would be receiving a fourth season was dropped when both Stause and Young were seen participating in a photo shoot.