The Real Housewives Of Sydney Is Too Hardcore For US Audiences!

"The series did go too far."

The Real Housewives Of Sydney Is Too Hardcore For US Audiences!

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Apparently, US television executives decided against broadcasting The Real Housewives Of Sydney because their fights are “too extreme.” 

The Daily Telegraph has reported that Foxtel’s television executive director, Brian Walsh, has received feedback from US networks stating that the Sydney ladies didn’t have enough personal friendships and fun! 


There were also concerns that the fights between cast AthenaX Levendi, Lisa Oldfield, Krissy Marsh, Matty Samaei, Melissa Tkautz, Nicole O’Neill and Victoria Rees, were “too extreme” and too mean.

In one episode, Lisa even called her six-year-old son a “d***head” to his face. 

“A lot of the women in this show were nasty for nasty’s sake and have no redeeming features,” Walsh stated. 


“I particularly felt Lisa Oldfield and AthenaX Levendi were driving their own agendas." 

He continued, adding, “I’ve raised my concerns with the production team from this season. I felt the bad language and behaviour throughout the series did go too far." 

In saying that, there’s no reports to confirm that the series will never be aired. 

Let’s not forget that time Teresa literally flipped over a table in The Real Housewives Of New Jersey. In the Real Houewives of Atlanta reunion show, women attempted to rip each other’s hair out! 

At the moment, RHOS is broadcast in New Zealand and there is potential for other countries to pick it up, although nothing has been confirmed yet.

Real Housewives of Melbourne, however, does get aired in the US.