Where to watch The Real Housewives of Sydney in Australia
BINGE is the official home for the reinvigorated new chapter of The Real Housewives of Sydney, having been released in October 2023.
The reunion special also arrived on BINGE on Tuesday, December 19, so sign up here now to stream the hour-long episode.
Who is cast in The Real Housewives of Sydney?
The reimagined series features a fresh new group of Sydney housewives — save for two familiar faces.
Season one housewives Krissy Marsh and Nicole Gazal O'Neil made a comeback, joined by socialite Caroline Gaultier, shoe designer and WAG Terry Biviano, head vet of Bondi Vet Hospital Dr. Kate Adams, fashionista Victoria Montano and former TV host and entrepreneur Sally Obermeder.
“We have assembled a sensational cast of amazing women who are going to perfectly showcase Sydney’s beauty, glamour and intrigue for audiences in Australia and around the world,” said Alastair McKinnon, Matchbox Pictures managing director.
Get to know the cast here.
Why was The Real Housewives of Sydney season one cancelled?
The Real Housewives of Sydney had its first run back in 2017 on Foxtel, as you may remember, but was cancelled in 2019 after just one season.
At the time, it was reported that Foxtel’s head of television, Brian Walsh, said that the extensive swearing and fighting on the show was too “nasty” and “extreme” for global audiences.
“A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and had no redeeming features,” he said, according to news.com.au’s reporting.
Will there be another season of The Real Housewives of Sydney?
After soaking up all the drama of the newest instalment of The Real Housewives of Sydney, the question on everyone's lips is will the new generation of Sydney housewives be returning for a second season?
Speaking to WHO at the 2024 AACTA Awards, new Sydney housewife Victoria Montano gave a brief glimpse into the future of The Real Housewives of Sydney, saying, "I don't know if there's going to be another season. I hope there is because I know the fans love it, and that's the main thing."