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Foxtel Officially Orders ‘Real Housewives Of Sydney’ Reboot With An All-New Cast

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Foxtel has officially ordered a Real Housewives of Sydney reboot… this time with an all-new cast, according to reports.

Matchbox Pictures, the production company that oversaw both RHOSydney and fan favourite The Real Housewives of Melbourne, is set to produce the 10-episode project which will stream exclusively on Foxtel’s Binge, according to a report from Variety.

“A new generation of Sydney’s glamorous and wealthy women will welcome viewers into their homes and lives, to witness the friendships, fashion, social events and drama,” reads a description from Foxtel.

“We are thrilled to be bringing The Real Housewives of Sydney series to Binge viewers,” said Alison Hurbert-Burns, executive director at Binge, in a statement. “The Real Housewives franchise is wildly popular across the globe, and we felt a cosmopolitan city like Sydney needed again to have a brand-new local version.”

She continued, “We have a great team of creative forces driving the fresh series and with our production partner Matchbox Pictures, part of Universal International Studios, who first introduced fans to The Real Housewives franchise, we can’t wait to introduce Australians to the new group of Sydney housewives in this reimagined series.”

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Foxtel has commissioned a reboot of The Real Housewives of Sydney starring an all-new cast. (Photo: Foxtel)

“The Real Housewives franchise is a global phenomenon, and it is high time that Australia’s most spectacular and iconic city steps back into the spotlight,” said Alastair McKinnon, managing director at Matchbox Pictures. “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. We are so excited to be working with Binge which is the perfect home for this reinvigorated new chapter.”

As previously reported, Foxtel has been working on a RHOSydney reboot for months so this announcement isn’t all that surprising. The series premiered back in 2017 but only lasted for one season as executives at the time were not happy with the women’s behaviour on screen.

The first season starred Victoria Rees, Nicole Gazal, Krissy Marsh, Lisa OldfieldMatty SamaeiAthena X Levendi and Melissa Tkautz and while Foxtel is touting an all-new lineup with this new announcement, previous reports had indicated Nicole and Krissy are signed on for the reboot.

The Real Housewives of Sydney is expected to enter production this summer and will premiere on Binge in 2024.

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