Foxtel and Binge have finally revealed the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney season 2 after months of rumours.
Returning for the reboot are original Housewives Krissy Marsh and Nicole O’Neil, who will be joined by five new women on the rebooted series, according to a write up from News.com.au.
Dr. Kate Adams, Terry Biviano, Caroline Gaultier, Victoria Montano, and Sally Obermeder are our new full-time Housewives. The new series will air on Binge later in 2024.
Real Housewives Of Sydney Season 2 Cast Revealed: Meet The Housewives
Krissy is one of two Housewives returning for RHOSydney Season 2. “You can’t control what people say about you behind closed doors,” she told News.com.au. “All you can do is behave how you want to behave.”
Nicole is the other returning original Housewife and tells News.com.au she wouldn’t miss the chance to appear on reality TV once again: “I told Krissy: life’s too short. I’m one of seven women in Australia to be chosen to be a Real Housewife of Sydney,” she said. “What an incredible opportunity!”
Dr. Kate Adams
Kate is well-known to reality TV fans as the Head Vet at Bondi Vet Hospital. “I’ve been ready for this since 1983,” she quipped.
Terry will be a firecracker on RHOSydney, allegedly involved in most of the season’s drama. She called the big cast trip to Tokyo, Japan “challenging.”
Not much is known about Caroline but she’s presenting herself as a fashion queen. We’ll see.
Victoria is the owner of a luxury sport brand fashion label and splits her time between Sydney and the south of France.
Sally is an Australian TV presenter, known to viewers after appearing on Sydney Weekender and The Daily Edition. She has quite the personal story, having been diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer the day after she gave birth to her daughter but has since been given the all clear.
RHOSydney first debuted on Arena back in 2017 before being cancelled after just one season.
As previously reported on TVDeets.com, Foxtel has ordered this Season 2 reboot which will consist of ten, 1-hour episodes with the streamer teasing “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.”
“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.”
The Real Housewives of Sydney will premiere on Binge later this year.