Thanks to its engaging cast and plots, the Real Housewives series has taken the world by storm, spanning from New York to Beverly Hills, Orange County, Miami, and even Melbourne. These ladies let us into their homes, sharing everything from their elaborate outfits to their distinctive daily schedules.
What’s even more impressive is their capacity to assert their independence and rewrite the stereotype of the “housewife” in their own right. Now, ardent viewers have reason to celebrate when The Real Housewives of Sydney (RHOS) returns to television in 2023 for season 2.
A new cast means a fresh round of Real Housewives drama as we get to know a group of incredibly entertaining women who live closer to home. There are seven women in the cast of The Real Housewives of Sydney 2023. Terry Biviano, Dr. Kate Adams, Caroline Gaultier, Victoria Montana, Sally Obermeder, and two returning cast members from RHOS Season 1 are among the five newcomers.
Along with Athena X Levendi, Lisa Oldfield, Matty Samaei, Melissa Tkautz, and Victoria Rees, Marsh and O’Neil appeared in the first season of Real Housewives of Orange County, which debuted on Foxtel’s Arena channel in 2017.
This week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Sydney features a milestone birthday, and the cast celebrates by engaging in a long-standing Sydney custom: competitive binge drinking while on a harbor cruise. However, tensions have increased since last week, when a dinner party at Nicole’s house descended into a heated argument over motherhood that left a sour taste in everyone’s mouth.
First up this week, though, are Krissy and Terry, who provide us a genuine glimpse into the world of ultra-wealthy shopping. The two sat down in the middle of the store to have champagne, canapés, and a lengthy chat session after trying on $400k jewelry.
They settle in for an unplanned lengthy meal, and the saleswoman doesn’t even bat an eyebrow. Employees at less upscale establishments might not be as understanding of this kind of behavior as my permanent ban from Chemist Warehouse shows.
Krissy has grievances over Kate, or “Moaning Lisa,” as she refers to her. Terry is perplexed: Since Kate’s name is Kate and not Lisa—spoiler alert—it doesn’t really function as a disparaging moniker.
Krissy gripes, “I just feel like she’s a Debbie Downer.” Is she now Debbie? Kate might have to start wearing a name tag to their group dinners, in my opinion. At last week’s meal, Kate made a mic-drop statement, calling her mother a “terrible mom” because she worked full-time, which infuriated Krissy.
Next, we stage elaborate self-portraits in your home with Krissy, which is another vital activity for any real housewife. Krissy’s photo shoot primarily consists of her standing by herself in a doorway, appearing incredibly happy to be carrying a massive dish of mussels.
This is for her upcoming cookbook. Nicole, Krissy’s best friend, stops by and says she has a “bone to pick” with her. Nicole is escorted aside from the glam squad and photographer to clarify the situation. More backstabbing from last week’s mommy debate: Nicole claims Krissy was “pretty mean” to suggest her girls weren’t ready for the real world because they weren’t allowed to use social media as children.
Reversing herself, Krissy claims that Nicole’s girls are genuinely quite cosmopolitan since “they’re half-Lebanese.” The “fight” practically ended before it even started after that.
Release Date & Where to Watch
The Real Housewives of Sydney Season 2 Episode 4 will air on October 31, 2023, on Binge at 8:00 PM PT. The duration of every episode is 60 minutes. The release times in different countries are:
- Pacific Time (New York): 8:00 PM on Tuesday, October 31, 2023
- Eastern Time (Canada): 11:00 PM on Tuesday, October 31, 2023
- Greenwich Mean Time (London): 4:00 AM on Wednesday, November 1, 2023
- Central European Time (Germany): 5:00 AM on Wednesday, November 1, 2023
- Australian Standard Time (Australia): 1:00 PM on Wednesday, November 1, 2023
The ten-part series will be available for streaming on Binge starting on October 10 of this year. New episodes will be released every Tuesday. Get a seven-day free trial of The Real Housewives of Sydney on Binge.