'The Hills: New Beginnings' Canceled After 2 Seasons on MTV

The Hills: New Beginnings will not be returning for a third season, the network confirmed on Tuesday

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The rest of The Hills: New Beginnings will remain unwritten.

After just two seasons, MTV is not renewing the revival of its hit reality series, The Hills, for a third season, the network confirmed Tuesday.

Though New Beginnings has reached its end, the franchise may live on, as sources say new iterations are still in the works.

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The Hills: New Beginnings first premiered in 2019, nearly a decade after The Hills' controversial, meta series finale — which showed a camera panning out from Kristin Cavallari and Brody Jenner filming on a set with a backdrop after they said their final goodbyes — aired in July 2010.

Jenner, along with original cast members Spencer Pratt, Heidi Montag, Audrina Patridge, Justin "Bobby" Brescia, Whitney Port, Frankie Delgado, and Jason Wahler, starred in the revival of the iconic MTV series.

Newcomers Brandon Thomas Lee (son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee), Ashley Wahler (Jason's wife), Jennifer Delgado (Frankie's wife) and Kaitlynn Carter (Brody's now-ex-wife), joined the cast for both seasons, while Caroline D'Amore, CEO of Pizza Girl, joined during season 2.

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Mischa Barton and Stephanie Pratt appeared on season 1 of the show but did not return the following season.

The Hills itself was a spinoff of the early 2000s show, Laguna Beach, and initially starred Lauren Conrad, who opted not to appear in the revival.

Although The Hills: New Beginnings isn't returning to the network for a new season, fans can continue to watch previous seasons on Paramount+.

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