All three seasons of Paramount+’s critically acclaimed reunion reality series Real World Homecoming has been removed from the streaming service. That sucks.
The Real World premiered on MTV 30 years ago: Thursday, May 21, 1992, at 10 p.m. ET. I looked back to see what TV critics and journalists—and other reality TV stars?!—said about it at the time. The results were very surprising.
The Real World Homecoming: Los Angeles reunites seven of nine cast members to discuss their time together in 1993. What interests me the most about the show is learning who has grown and changed in the intervening decades, and who is stuck.
The Real World Homecoming season 3 will start filming soon, and will reunite the cast of season 9 of the MTV franchise: the original Real World New Orleans cast.
Seven of the nine cast members from The Real World Los Angeles will be reuniting for The Real World: Homecoming Los Angeles, season two of the Paramount+ reality series.
Why is Paramount+ missing seasons of MTV’s The Real World and The Challenge? Should that plus be a minus? What’s going on with the former CBS All Access and its seemingly random collection of episodes and seasons of reality TV?
The Real World Homecoming: New York was perfect, a look back that was firmly grounded in today. It celebrated the original show while also offering something new. The Challenge: All Stars, not so much.