Despite seeing the reboot of its one-time flagship series, ‘TRL,’ sink as soon as it launched (click here to read more about that), MTV is still looking breathe new life into some of their hit 90s and 2000s shows by bringing them to a new audience.
Next up? ‘The Real World.’
Branded by many as the “granddaddy of reality shows,” ‘Real World’ first premiered in 1992 and ran for a whopping 32 seasons before being yanked of the air in January of 2017. Now, not even two years since its departure, the good folks at MTV are set to reboot and revamp the series. Look inside to see how:
‘MTV Networks and producer Bunim-Murray Productions is reviving the long-running reality series and is looking to push the show onto a streaming platform [like Netflix or Hulu].’
While there is no prospective date of premiere (as of time reported), the unique rollout – if picked up by a streaming service – would be MTV’s latest attempt to revamp and cater its most popular series of yesteryear to a generation that consumes much of its media on some ‘on-demand’ format.