On June 8, 2018, it was announced that MTV and Bunim-Murray Productions are working on a potential revival of Real World, with the hopes of selling the new version to a streaming platform.
All three premiered on June 13, 2019 on Facebook Watch.
who audition to live together in a house for several months, as cameras record their interpersonal relationships. The footage shot during the housemates’ time together was edited into 22-minute episodes for the first 19 seasons, and into 44-minute episodes beginning with The Real World: Hollywood, the series' twentieth season, before shortening to a 30-minute length for its thirty-third season.
At the time of its initial airing, reviews of the show were mostly negative.
Matt Roush, writing in USA Today, characterized the show as "painfully bogus," and a cynical and exploitative new low in television, commenting, "Watching The Real World, which fails as documentary (too phony) and as entertainment (too dull), it's hard to tell who's using who more." The Washington Posts Tom Shales commented, "Ah to be young, cute, and stupid, and to have too much free time...
His successes have included the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.