The Hills reboot's future has been announced after two seasons
The Hills: New Beginnings has been cancelled by MTV.
The reality TV revival, which brought back original cast members Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge, Whitney Port, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt, ran for just two seasons, having premiered on the channel in June 2019.
Frankie Delgado and his wife Jennifer Delgado, Jason Wahler and his wife Ashley Wahler, Justin 'Justin Bobby' Brescia, Brody's now-ex-wife Kaitlynn Carter, Made in Chelsea's Stephanie Pratt and The OC's Mischa Barton also made appearances.
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Newcomer Brandon Thomas Lee (son of Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and musician Tommy Lee) shared the screen with the cast during both instalments, while Caroline D'Amore, CEO of Pizza Girl, joined in season 2.
The Hills, which ran between 2006 and 2010 and was itself a spin-off of the early 2000s show Laguna Beach, centred on Heidi, Audrina, Whitney, their good pal Lauren Conrad and several of their LA-based friends as they kickstarted their respective careers fresh out of high school.
While the original outing was often criticised for being "too scripted", Barton assured Digital Spy before The Hills: New Beginnings kicked off that it would be "more real."
"From what I gather from being new, this is completely different this time round, because it's not the same production company it's not the same thing," she said, as Justin Bobby added: "I think you'll see right off the bat, you cannot hide what's going [on]. We try because sometimes we don't want everything filmed and they just get, they capture it.
"Before, when we were younger, we were like, 'How's this going to play out? How's this going to look?' But now we've honed in on ourselves a little bit more to understand [and] to know what we're going to put out there and just accept it."
The Hills: New Beginnings seasons 1-2 are available to watch on MTV Play or hayu.
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