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
The Real World has officially been renewed and has not been cancelled after all, despite MTV’s complete lack of enthusiasm for the show, and will return for season 31. As was previously reported, the show is being filmed at the Gold Spike Hotel in downtown Las Vegas, using its penthouse as the house. No word yet if or how… continue reading
MTV has not publicly renewed its ratings-challenged and creatively declining flagship reality show The Real World, but reports indicate that it is getting ready to film its 31st season in Las Vegas at the Gold Spike Hotel and Casino. Vital Vegas reported the location after DTLV teased that the show would be filmed downtown starting… continue reading
Will MTV’s The Real World live past its 30th season, which is currently airing? Or will The Real World be cancelled? Last week, the network announced the renewal of the show’s spin-off, The Challenge, for a 27th season, along with the renewal of another new series, Are You The One?, for a third season. Conspicuously… continue reading
The first skeleton has come and gone on The Real World Skeletons: Alicia bailed to a hotel and then asked producers to fly her home early after brief conflict with Sylvia and more significant conflict with the other cast members. But there are more skeletons to come in this, the 30th season of the MTV… continue reading
The Real World New Orleans 2010 cast member Ryan Knight was found dead Thanksgiving morning. He was 29. In a statement, the Kenosha Police Department said “there were no obvious signs of injuries.” He was at a friend’s house where someone saw him sleeping before 8 a.m., but just after 10 a.m., someone “discovered that Ryan was unconscious and not… continue reading
The Real World San Francisco cast member Pedro Zamora died 20 years ago today, just a few hours after the finale of the MTV show’s third season was broadcast; he was 22. Earlier this year, The National AIDS Memorial Grove announced a scholarship was renamed in his honor: the Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarship is for… continue reading
MTV’s The Real World will celebrate its milestone 30th season by subjecting its cast to even more emotional torture than is usually involved in appearing on The Real World. That’s because its new twist is about surprising the cast with their “shattered lives, broken relationships, estranged family members, and dark secrets,” all for entertainment that will be called, and this… continue reading
The Real World season 30 is definitely filming in Chicago, as officials approved Bunim-Murray’s request to film the show in a former nightclub at 1100 W. Randolph St.. But residents who met with producers are skeptical and don’t want the “shenanigans” that came last time the show filmed in the Windy City. The Chicago Tribune… continue reading
The Real World appears to be headed back to Chicago for its 30th season, assuming it get can permits. The house would be located at 1100 W. Randolph St. in Chicago’s West Loop, west of downtown. Crain’s Chicago Business reports that an affiliate of Bunim-Murray Productions will appear “before the city’s Zoning Board of Appeals”… continue reading
Although it was facing down its own demise, The Real World has been renewed by MTV, since its 29th season. That’s because The Real World Ex-Plosion, was a success: it was the franchise’s “highest-rated season since 2011” and “was up 44 percent vs. last season, and experienced 33 percent growth from the season debut to… continue reading
Blame Delicious Deliveries for the decline of The Real World. The Miami cast’s attempt to create a business using $50,000 was forced on it by producers, who required the cast to engage in a conflict-creating project together. It was a response to the relative boredom The Real World London, which itself was just the fourth… continue reading
Irene McGee is best known for her 1998 exit from The Real World Seattle: Citing her Lyme disease as the reason, she leaves the show, only to be hit in the face by a fellow cast member, Stephen, as cameras rolled. Now, 15 years later, Irene tells the story of her time on the series–not… continue reading