Chrishell Stause, star of Selling Sunset, has discussed her time on the popular real estate series and whether she sees a long-term future on the program.
Stause said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that while she does not intend to do the program for a long time, she's willing to continue to be a part of Selling Sunset for as long as it's enjoyable.
"I don't anticipate 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," the reality star said.
Stause reflected on her early days on the show, calling it a "baptism through fire."
"I was a bit apprehensive at the start. I really thought we were doing a show based on real estate."
"I didn't know the personal aspect or the work dynamics," she said. "I'm grateful for the opportunity. So many amazing things have happened because of this experience."
Although new episodes are yet to be released, Netflix has confirmed a season 6 and 7 renewal, with cameras scheduled to start rolling in the Oppenheim Group's Hollywood facilities in the near future.
Although Chrishell will most likely reprise her role as a luxury real estate broker, there are still questions as to whether Christine Quinn, her other realtor, will appear, particularly after her scandalous departure from the company at the end of season 5.
Seasons 1-5 of Netflix that are selling Sunset are now available.