HANG ON TIGHT AND CHECK OUT THE FIRST LOOK AT THE NEW SEASON OF MTV'S ICONIC SERIES "REAL WORLD: GO BIG OR GO HOME"
"Real World: Go Big or Go Home" Premieres March 17th at 10 PM ET/PT on MTV
Real World: Go Big or Go Home." premieres on Thursday, March 17th at 10PM ET/PT on MTV. This season seven strangers are brought together in Downtown Las Vegas for a wild, adrenaline-filled season that will confront their hopes, fears, and anxieties. From the moment they first meet, they are thrown into a series of over the top, daring missions - some for the entire group and some designed specifically for each individual - but always with the caveat that if they can't complete the mission, they are sent home and another roommate will take their spot.
Living in a tricked out suite atop the Gold Spike hotel, the diverse roommates must learn to live together not knowing what the next day or next hour will bring. From jumping out of a hot air balloon to performing on stage in a strip club, or meeting the birth mom who placed them for adoption, the roommates are forced to face deeply emotional moments from their past while accomplishing dreams they never thought possible. In typical Vegas style, they always 'go big' - but if they fail, it will be time to go home.
"Real World" pioneered reality-based television debuting its first season in New York City. Each season, the show brings seven young strangers to live together in a new town and rolls the cameras 24-7, witnessing as their lives intersect, their ideas are challenged, and their passions emerge.
Throughout the 30 seasons of the series, "Real World" has been one of the network's highest rated shows. Last season's "Real World: Skeletons" ranked #1 in its time period across all television among MTV's core P12-34 audience with an average viewership of 1.4 million.
Source: P12-34 and L7 unless noted. Nielsen.
"Real World" was created for MTV by Jonathan Murray and Mary-Ellis Bunim of Bunim/Murray Productions. Jonathan Murray, Gil Goldschein and Jim Johnston serve as Executive Producers of "Real World."