Netflix‘s Selling Sunset became a smash hit on the streaming site as fans got a little taste of luxury through the eyes of the people who sell it. But away from the divine multi-million dollar properties on the agency’s books, boss Jason Oppenheim has exposed there are certain “issues” that need to be outed within the cast.
With any reality show, at first it’s difficult to get used to cameras being here, there and everywhere and when the crew rocked up to Oppenheim Group’s real estate offices to begin filming, Jason admitted the cast held back and were afraid of being themselves.
But now the US show is into its third season, each individual has learnt a lot and they won’t hold back when it comes to personal issues between them.
Speaking to Radio Times, Jason revealed they feel more comfortable around each other which allows them to openly address conflict.
“We just don’t even notice the cameras anymore… I felt like everyone was just way more themselves, way more relaxed, way more willing to engage in normal conversations and issues and interpersonal issues,” he said.
Is that a hint that there’s some serious drama set for the third season that drops on Netflix today?
After all, reality TV is all about the gossip, the tears, the laughs and of course, the rows.
And it looks like we’re in for a smasher of a series as Jason claims that it is “probably the best” one yet.
“We’re getting more and more relaxed and becoming more and more ourselves in front of the camera,” he admitted.
“I think in season one we didn’t know really what to expect from the producers, from the show and from the response.”
The two locked horns over a number of different issues and it got to the point where they washed their hands of each other.
But during an interview with Express.co.uk, Mary admitted she’d like their friendship back, if there’s anything to salvage.
When asked if the two were friends since filming halted, she admitted: “No, no, not really.
“I would like to get back to a friendship with her but she has just been saying and doing a lot of things that aren’t good for the show, that aren’t accurate, they’re not nice to my friends and colleagues and until she can grow up and act like an adult, I really don’t want much to do with her, I think.