A review of The Real World Atlanta, season 33 of the iconic MTV reality show, which premiered today on Facebook Watch.
Facebook’s version of The Real World finally has a debut date, and starting today, three earlier seasons are streaming on Facebook.
The Real World season 33 is currently filming in Atlanta. The seven cast members have all been identified online, and they’re an interesting group.
Three seasons of MTV’s iconic, groundbreaking reality show will return to stream on Facebook Watch, which is also now letting Facebook users vote for new cast members.
Facebook’s Real World has a city, and it’s a first for the franchise: Atlanta, Georgia.
Facebook Watch will be home of three new seasons of The Real World: in the U.S., Mexico, and Thailand.
MTV Studios will reboot old MTV shows and try to sell them to streaming services—and also produce new shows, like a The Hills-ish series called The Valley.
MTV’s The Real World debuted on May 21, 1992, starting a television revolution that has lasted for a quarter century and shows no sign of stopping.
A Real World cast member and a Survivor cast member were both up for election yesterday, too, but only one was victorious.
The Real World Seattle: Bad Blood will have several firsts for the franchise, including allowing its cast members to use something they’ve never had before.
MTV’s The Real World Seattle, the 32nd season of the show, has finished filming. All 14 cast members—7 people and their enemies—have been identified.
The Real World 32’s cast appears to include someone whose presence on the show would indicate yet another major shift for the iconic MTV reality series.
The Real World season 32 will be filmed in Seattle, the second time the series has been filmed there. Here’s the house’s location and more.
A review of the premiere of The Real World: Go Big or Go Home, MTV’s 31st season of its groundbreaking reality show, which has now become something else entirely.
Most of The Real World season 31 cast have been identified, as has this season’s twist, “go big or go home,” which apparently involves challenges that the cast must complete to stay on the show. In other words, it sounds like the show is borrowing from its spin-off, Road Rules. Filming in Las Vegas actually began Friday, despite MTV’s announcement saying… continue reading