Monday, October 24, 2016

The Real Housewives Of Melbourne Returning For A Fourth Season In 2017!

According to a new report, The Real Housewives of Melbourne is reportedly making a comeback in 2017. Sources close to production tell The Herald Sun that the Foxtel hit reality series "will definitely" be back for a fourth series next year.

While there's no confirmation on who will and will not be returning for a fourth round, one thing is for certain that original cast member Chyka Keebaugh confirmed her departure from the series.

Chyka decided to quit RHOMelbourne to focus on her family, hospitality business and her lifestyle brand.

Back in May, Keebaugh took to Instagram to confirm her exit from the show after the third season finale episode aired on Foxtel's Arena network.

"To all my friends on social media, I wanted to thank you for the wonderful posts and connections shared over my four year journey as a Real Housewife of Melbourne, I've had so much fun!! Reality TV is a ride and I have enjoyed it thoroughly, but that ride for me is now over," wrote Chyka.

She continued: "I have decided to close this door in order to make way for some exciting new opportunities within the lifestyle arena, for the “Chyka Home and Life” mediabrand."

"Please know I have had a ball - laughed, cried, dressed up, been places and done some things I never expected. No regrets, only brilliant memories. I have loved your constant online friendship and support, I can only hope we stay connected."

She added: "My friendships made during the show won't change either , and I'll look on with such pride as the girls film many more seasons full of drama, frocks and shocks!! For me, I'll just have a little more time for my family, businesses and will be able to focus on moving forward with "Chyka Home and Life" Love Chyka xx"

To all my friends on social media,I wanted to thank you for the wonderful posts and connections shared over my four year journey as a Real Housewife of Melbourne, I've had so much fun!! Reality TV is a ride and I have enjoyed it thoroughly, but that ride for me is now over. I have decided to close this door in order to make way for some exciting new opportunities within the lifestyle arena, for the “Chyka Home and Life” mediabrand . Please know I have had a ball - laughed, cried, dressed up, been places and done some things I never expected. No regrets, only brilliant memories. I have loved your constant online friendship and support, I can only hope we stay connected. My friendships made during the show won't change either , and I'll look on with such pride as the girls film many more seasons full of drama, frocks and shocks!! For me, I'll just have a little more time for my family, businesses and will be able to focus on moving forward with "Chyka Home and Life" Love Chyka xx @rhomelbourne @arenatv @foxtel @bravotv @thebiggroupinstagram @thedesigndepotinstagram @capitalkitchenmelbourne #thankyou #amazing #rhom #chyka.com
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Chyka is the second Housewife to leave the Foxtel reality series following Andrea Moss' departure after Season One in 2014.

Back in June, Gina Liano confirmed the show will 'definitely' be back, but didn't reveal which cast members would be returning.

"Definitely there will be a season four,'" she told The Sydney Morning Herald. "Who comes back, I don't know."

The third season of RHOMelbourne wrapped in Australia with a 90-minute reunion special. The series also gained a decent audience in America, with 414,000 viewers for the premiere episode.

Meanwhile, the fourth season was put on hold for The Real Housewives of Sydney and The Real Housewives of Auckland. All three shows are produced by the same production company, Matchbox Pictures. RHOSydney is set to premiere early next year while RHOAKL's first series finale episode aired last week on Bravo New Zealand with no reunion special.

UPDATE: According to a new source, casting for the forth season is currently underway. “Only the originals have been asked back,” an insider tells our good friends over at TV Deets. “Lydia is the one producers really want back but she’s worried about being attacked like she was last season.”

“I’m not sure if [Lydia] will come out guns blazing or take a back seat,” says the source, explaining that she remains shocked by the backstabbing that took place in her eyes. “They are definitely talking about season 4 but no firm commitment has been made.”

The source claims that “[Producers] want to shake things up,” explaining that producers still want to see how things play out among the women following the explosive third season finale.

I think the same cast should return to season four including Gamble Breaux, Pettifleur Berenger and Susie McLean. I really hope they don't do major revamping and cast changes, I think the cast is perfect as is. These girls always bring it, and we love them all for it!

Who do you want to see back on Season 4? Sound off in the comment section below!

Source/Photo Credit: The Daily Mail, Foxtel

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