Norm calls The Real World Homecoming: New York a time machine, but for me it’s a wormhole between this pandemic year and my teenage years, allowing instant passage back and forth, so we can live in two places at once. And it’s perfect.
One of The Real World Homecoming: New York’s original seven strangers won’t actually move back into the original loft with the other six.
A story from Real World San Francisco—involving Cory, Mohammed, Pedro, Sean, Pam, and Judd—is at the center of this excerpt from Amanda Ann Klein’s new book Millennials Killed the Video Star: MTV’s Transition to Reality Programming.
All seven cast members from The Real World New York are reuniting for the new series Real World Homecoming New York, which won’t air on actual cable television even though MTV smashed its logo into The Real World’s logo.
Andre, Becky, Eric, Heather, Julie, Kevin, and Norm are filming a Real World reunion together in New York City, though its exact format is not yet clear. MTV has also been exploring this with at least one other cast.
Pedro Zamora died a quarter century ago, having lived his life with HIV and AIDS openly on the MTV reality show.
The Real World Boston’s Sean Duffy, a conservative Republican elected during the Tea Party wave, is leaving halfway through his fifth term in the House of Representatives.