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“The Real World: Hollywood” Takes Its Final Curtain Call

July 6, 2008

“THE REAL WORLD: HOLLYWOOD” TAKES ITS FINAL CURTAIN CALL
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 9 AT 10:00 P.M. ET/PT

The Series Ranks as Thursday’s #1 Cable Program and More Than 1 Million Unique Visitors Have Been to RealWorldDailies.com

“Back to New York” Roommate Coral Gives the Lowdown on the Dramatic 20th Season during the Coral Vision Marathon on Friday, July 4

For the First Time ever, the Housemates Reunite for a Live Special on Saturday, July 12 at 2:00 p.m. ET/PT

Following weeks of chasing their dreams in Hollywood, it’s the final take for the seven remaining roommates on “The Real World: Hollywood,” which airs on Wednesday, July 9 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.  Leading up to the suspenseful finale to end the “greenest,” most star-studded thirteen weeks “The Real World” has ever seen, “Back to New York” housemate Coral adds edgy commentary to a drama-packed marathon airing on Friday, July 4 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET/PT.  The first-ever LIVE reunion will wrap up this exciting, rollercoaster of a season on Saturday, July 12

The Hollywood housemates are as busy as ever in their final week of fame-hunting.  A visit to the set of Entertainment Tonight and anticipation of the final improv benefit show bring out Kimberly’s insecurities. Meanwhile back in Chicago, Joey wonders if he made the right decision to leave the house and returns for a surprise visit.  Brittini hopes to get signed with a modeling agency in her quest to take on the fashion world.  As Will starts seeing Janelle again, Dave is forced to tend to a black eye.  The roommates perform their final show together at the iO West on Wednesday, July 9 (10:00 p.m. ET/PT) and bid Hollywood a fond farewell. 

A six-episode marathon of “The Real World: Hollywood” airs Friday, July 4 (11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. ET/PT), hosted by former “Real World” roommate Coral (“Back to New York”).  Unquestionably among the most notorious of “The Real World” and “Challenges” cast members, Coral is best known for her tendency to tell it like it is.  Along with five of her friends – Paula (“Key West”), Brooke (“Denver”), Frank (“Las Vegas”), Wes (“Austin”) and Katie (“Road Rules Quest”), Coral Vision reinvents the marathon format, providing viewers with more than just wrap-arounds.  It’s addictive, catty commentary gives viewers an exclusive sneak-peek at what it’s really like to be a “Real World” housemate.

For the first time in “The Real World” history, all nine roommates return one last time in an exclusive LIVE reunion on Saturday, July 12 (2:00 p.m. ET/PT).  This time, the drama unfolds uncut and unedited as the roommates meet again in a face-to-face showdown for a groundbreaking airing that “The Real World” has yet to see.  There’s no telling what these nine fame-hungry roommates are likely to do – it’s improv at its best. 

“The Real World” launched the modern reality television genre and is the longest-running reality series in history.  Past seasons have taken place in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Miami, Boston, Seattle, Hawaii, New Orleans, Chicago, Las Vegas, Paris, San Diego, Philadelphia, Austin, Key West, Denver and Sydney.  The first season, set in New York City, debuted in 1992.  Each season, the show brings seven young strangers to live together in a new city and rolls the cameras 24-7, witnessing as their lives intersect, their ideas are challenged and their passions emerge. 

“The Real World” was created for MTV by Jon Murray and Mary-Ellis Bunim of Bunim-Murray Productions.  Jon Murray and Jim Johnston serve as Executive Producers of “The Real World:  Hollywood.”  Jacquelyn French is the MTV executive overseeing the project.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Andy permalink
    July 10, 2008 10:07 am

    does anyone know the song from when brianna was running around the house touching everything, the chorus was like “goodbye from california?”

  2. jennyo permalink
    July 10, 2008 10:17 am

    does anyone know the song that played when bri was running through the house touching everything, the chorus was like “goodbye from california?”

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