The series plans to use the social network's global reach of over one billion users to reinvigorate the show, which brought together several strangers to live together in a house while filming the interactions and drama that result. Available exclusively on Facebook Watch and slated to premiere in Spring 2019, the new seasons will introduce interactive social and community features that empower fans to shape the action and connect across mobile, desktop and Facebook's TV app. Creator Bunim/Murray Productions is co-producing the new series with MTV Studios, and pre-production is underway in each location. The Real World could potentially help with this.
"The show that invented modern reality television returns to its roots".
He revealed that Facebook was also launching a new interactive game show called "Confetti" in the USA next month, because if there is something that people love nearly as much as their dogs it "was winning money for answering questions". After more than two decades saturated in reality TV, do cast members ever bother being polite?
Facebook is creating three new seasons of the reality show that stuck strangers together in a house - shooting one each in Mexico, Thailand and the USA - and will debut them next spring.
It hasn't seemed to gain much traction. The cast will talk with fans through Facebook Live and Watch Party, with more social media elements coming later on. Will we also be able to watch the Mexico and Thailand versions in the U.S.? "By partnering with Facebook Watch and BMP [the production company], we have the opportunity to impact culture and create a new genre of television all over again, while engaging the next generation of content consumers around the world".
Can we please just have The Real World back instead of the toxic, pandering garbage that they're planning?
Is that real world gone forever?