“The Hills: New Beginnings” Got Renewed For A Second Season

July 23, 2019 / Posted by:

Season one of The Hills revival is still airing but looks like there’s been enough Spencer Pratt crystal shucking, Brody Jenner douche-DJing, and wondering of who Justin Bobby is fucking (STILL!) to trickle into another season.

MTV is nothing if not committed. The Hills started in 2006 and the Teen Mom franchise just turned 10 this year which means we are only 5 years from a Teen Grandma edition.

According to Entertainment Tonight:

MTV is still not over The Hills.

The network announced Monday that it has greenlit a second season of The Hills: New Beginnings, its sequel to the iconic reality series. It’s unclear when the new season will air on MTV.

This is good news for the plastic surgery and fedora industries, but bad news for the rest of us who don’t know how to stop watching these walking natural disasters. Yes, I watch (for research) and Heidi and Spencer Pratt have admitted to spending tons of money on buying crystals (NOT METH). But I’m sure they’ve learned their lesson now and the money they make in the second season will go to their son’s college fund and secure low risk bonds. Or new boobs for Heidi.

The Hills: New Beginnings follows original cast members, including Audrina, Heidi, Spencer, Brody, and Whitney, as adults living in Los Angeles. New faces include actress Mischa Barton (The O.C.) and Brandon Lee, the son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.

As those of us who care about this who cares shit knows, Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari sat this one out. Lauren’s off running a Kohl’s clothing empire and Kristin is too busy not vaccinating her kids and getting her husband to unclog her boobs to participate. But maybe since it’s become a hit, Kristin will make her grand return. I’m pretty sure Lauren would never, but if Kristin’s own E! reality show got as dried up as her boobs, then maybe there’s a chance.

And since we’re on the subject of messiness involving Brody Jenner, here’s his music video for a song called Bad Decisions,  which is basically made up of a bunch of zombie-looking dudes eating electric apples?! As if eating apples is a bad decision?! In fact, it’s the only good decision I’ve ever seen anyone in the 45 years of The Hills ever make.

Pic: MTV
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