The Real Housewives of Sydney will be back for another season – but two of the most beloved stars may not return

The Real Housewives of Sydney will be back for another season, according to a new report. 

The Foxtel show will resume filming later this year, the Daily Telegraph claimed on Sunday. 

However, one popular housewife is ‘reluctant’ to sign on for another season, the paper reports, while another is juggling other plans. 

Terry Biviano is resistant to rejoin, the report alleges, while Nicole Gazal is also reluctant due to a ‘family commitment’. 

Sally Obermeder, Caroline Gaultier, Victoria Montano, Kate Adams and Krissy Marsh are all set to return. 

The Real Housewives of Sydney will be back for another season, according to a new report. The Foxtel show will resume filming later this year, the Daily Telegraph claimed on Sunday. Pictured: the season two cast 

It comes after viewers slammed the new season as boring after a disappointing reunion episode.

Many viewers said the women were too tame and there was not enough confrontation after such a dramatic season.

‘We don’t wanna see them laughing we want chaos!!’ wrote one fan of the show, while another echoed this sentiment: ‘Boring reunion let them argue not enough arguing. Fight, fight, fight.’

Another comment read: ‘This was so incredibly boring. This is giving bored rich women of Sydney not real housewives of Sydney.’ 

Terry Biviano (pictured) is resistant to rejoining, the report alleges

Terry Biviano (pictured) is resistant to rejoining, the report alleges

Nicole Gazal (pictured) is also reluctant due to a 'family commitment'

Nicole Gazal (pictured) is also reluctant due to a ‘family commitment’

‘Kristy Victoria and Caroline are the best on the show. Throughout the whole season though it seemed forced and like really bad acting from the rest – the reunion was horrible – worst RH I have seen,’ claimed another avid housewives viewer. 

‘Worst reunion of all time, so edited and boring,’ wrote yet another. 

It comes as the RHOS stars have hinted that old friends could be returning to the new season of the show following the immense success of the Binge reboot.

Krissy Marsh teased that the upcoming series, which is slated to begin filming in early 2024, could see some more familiar faces return to the franchise.

‘We’re super proud of what we’ve created. It’s been highly entertaining and has sold to so many countries,’ Krissy told Daily Mail Australia.

It comes after viewers slammed the new season as boring after a disappointing reunion episode

It comes after viewers slammed the new season as boring after a disappointing reunion episode

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