The Hills: New Beginnings has been cancelled by MTV after 2 seasons, according to a new report from Deadline.
MTV has opted not to move forward with another season of the reality series, according to the trade outlet, without providing a reason why the network is not ordering additional episodes.
The news isn’t exactly a surprise considering the cast didn’t get along for much of the show’s duration (*cough* Heidi and Spencer *cough*) and it did appear to suffer from chronically low ratings.
The Hills: New Beginnings aired on MTV for two seasons and starred Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge, and more, and was produced by Evolution Media and MTV Entertainment Studios. As the report points out, Justin Brescia, Stephanie Pratt, Frankie Delgado, Jason Wahler and his wife Ashley Wahler, and Kaitlynn Carter Jenner were also among those who appeared throughout the show’s two seasons.
Like the original series, the new reboot went through many changes, with former star Kristin Cavallari even returning for a few guest appearances during the show’s recently-wrapped second season. Season 2 went through a slew of production challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with production being shut down multiple times before filming was able to be completed.
Despite the show’s challenges, however, many fans will be disappointed with the cancellation news.