The inaugural season was criticised for being heavily drama filled.
The inaugural season was criticised for being heavily drama filled. Foxtel

Will there be Real Housewives of Sydney season 2?

IT IS a waiting game for the stars of the The Real Housewives of Sydney as Foxtel considers the directions for season two.

The stars of the hit reality show are in limbo, with the network yet to sign any of the cast on for another year.

Contractual obligations mean many of the women have been forced to knock back other TV opportunities.

The Real Housewives of Sydney - Krissy Marsh, Melissa Tkautz, Athena Levendi, Victoria Rees, Matty Samaei, Nicole O'Neil and Lisa Oldfield.
The Real Housewives of Sydney - Krissy Marsh, Melissa Tkautz, Athena Levendi, Victoria Rees, Matty Samaei, Nicole O'Neil and Lisa Oldfield. Jonathan Ng

All ladies signed a three-year contract, meaning they cannot sign on to any other shows with that period, unless released by Foxtel.

After the drama of season one, it is understood Foxtel is keen to give audiences a break before they make any announcements.

One housewife told Confidential that they were all keen to return

"We are all just waiting," the star said.

"I know everyone would been keen to come back, it is now just about waiting to see what Foxtel wants to do and what way they want the show to go.

"We know as much as the public at this stage.

"We do know that they want to shake thing up."

Foxtel maintain the line that no decisions have been made yet.

News Corp Australia

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