Christine Quinn, a 33-year-old real estate agent and reality star gave an interview to The New York Times, hinting at her hopes for a solo series. She is keeping her TV options open after five seasons on Netflix’s Selling Sunset.
Christine Quinn May Not Be Returning to Selling Sunset
As Christine Quinn parted ways with The Oppenheim Group to start her firm at the end of Selling Sunset’s last season, the real estate agent is hoping for solo series. During her interview, Quinn said, “Hulu, give me a call.”
About Selling Sunset, Christine Quinn shared she felt she was the only cast member who understood the assignment and was genuinely interested and trying to put on a show for the world to watch. The fans of the show watched her not only sell ultra-exclusive real estate but also cause drama with all of her costars. For example, Emma Hernan claimed that Quinn bribed a client to quit working with her. Accusations which Christine Quinn vehemently denied.
Terminating Her Contract Left Her Future in Question
Christine Quinn launched a new crypto real estate venture, RealOpen with her husband, Christian Dumontet in April. She had to terminate her contract when the brokerage launched so she could focus on her new venture. However, her break from the firm in the middle of the show has left her future on it in question.
Christine Quinn didn’t attend the series’ reunion and the real estate agent shared that she expected her new venture to be her central storyline on Selling Sunset’s latest season which it wasn’t. Quinn also added how disappointed she was due to the fact she’d been working on this new venture for a year and a half and wanted to see how the producers would get with the storyline only to realize that creating her brokerage wasn’t creative enough for them.
Nevertheless, Christine Quinn is not against returning to the show but only under the right circumstances. She’s open to negotiation and would love to be part of the show if she’s allied to promote what she’s working on. She also added: “I’m not going to be a ‘friend of.’ I need to be shown doing my real estate.”