After a year of lockdowns and lost time, the cast of Hollywood’s most iconic friend group is reuniting.
MTV today announced that the highly-anticipated series The Hills: New Beginnings, based off the docuseries that changed the reality TV landscape, will make its epic return on Wednesday, May 12th at 9PM ET/PT.
After a year of lockdowns and lost time, the cast of Hollywood’s most iconic friend group is reuniting. This season finds them at a crossroads and their lives tested like never before. While some struggle with the financial strains from the global pandemic and rebuilding businesses, others are navigating through rocky relationships, struggling with addiction as well as their mental and physical health. From a highly-publicized divorce and rekindling former flames to starting new families and surprise pregnancies, all bets are off this season. Joined by a new Hollywood “it” girl on the scene and a long-awaited reunion with a former castmate, the group is writing their newest chapter once again.
Audrina Patridge, Ashley Wahler, Brandon Thomas Lee, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado, Heidi Pratt, Jason Wahler, Jennifer Delgado, Justin “Bobby” Brescia, Kaitlynn Carter, Spencer Pratt and Whitney Port return for the iconic series alongside newcomer Caroline D’Amore. Kristin Cavallari will also appear.
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The Hills: New Beginnings is produced by MTV and Evolution Media.
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About Evolution Media
Evolution Media, an MGM company, is known for its groundbreaking and buzzworthy non-fiction programming, spanning 70 series since its founding in 1987. The company’s current slate of hit series includes The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Real Housewives of Orange County and Vanderpump Rules for Bravo; Netflix’s Country-ish; E! Network’s breakout format Botched and Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump; MTV’s hit revival The Hills: New Beginnings; Vanderpump Dogs for Peacock; and the stand-up comedy series Unprotected Sets along with the late-night documentary series Sex Life for the premium cable service Epix.