New Orleans cast to reunite for ‘Homecoming’ season 3
Another one Real world the meeting is on. The cast of the ninth season of the MTV reality series – which was set in New Orleans – will reunite for the third season of Coming home to the real world on Paramount+.
Paramount+ Skips Ahead For Next ‘Real World’ Reunion
The first season of Coming home to the real world premiered in March 2021 and brought together the cast of the groundbreaking reality show’s first season. Roommates Becky Blasband, Andre Comeau, Heather B. Gardner, Julie Gentry, Norman Korpi and Kevin Powell returned to the same New York loft they shared in 1992 to recount old dramas and reflect on their experience on the show. (Original actor Eric Nies had to participate virtually due to a positive COVID-19 test.)
Back homethe second season of The real world The Los Angeles cast of season 2. It seems that The Real World: San Francisco the cast was next for a reunion. However, instead of revisiting that momentous season (whose contestants included OG reality TV villain David “Puck” Rainey), the show skips to Season 9.
Seven members of the original cast of “Real World: New Orleans” on board for the reunion
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All Seven Originals Real World: New Orleans cast members signed on for the Paramount+ reunion, including David “Tokyo” Broom, Melissa Howard (now Melissa Beck), Jamie Murray, Danny Roberts, Matt Smith, Julie Stoffer, and Kelley Wolf.
Paramount+ has not announced a premiere date for Coming home to the real world Season 3. However, the original season of The Real World: New Orleans will be available to stream on Paramount+ starting in April.
Some fans are upset that the reunion won’t happen for other seasons
Real world fans reacted to news of the cast reuniting in New Orleans on Instagram. While many were excited to rewatch the ninth season of the show, others expressed disappointment that Back home skipped previous seasons.
“And San Francisco? ” we asked.
“How do you skip San Francisco, Miami, Boston, Seattle??!!! Make sense…” wrote another.
Several people have speculated that the original cast members of previous seasons might have refused to participate in Back home.
Teak Holmes’s The real world: Hawaii, which aired in 1999, confirmed during an appearance on The Fandom Podcast Challenge that the cast of his season had been offered a chance to do Homecoming. But not everyone was on board, much to Holmes’ disappointment.
“Let me just say this, f*** my cast of The real world,” he said.
“I love my cast, the Hawaii cast. But we were offered a Back home and we can’t get together… we had the prom and everything fell apart,” he added, explaining that some people in his season were just not willing to participate. ” I do not know what happened. Right now, I’m not the happiest camper. I don’t understand what the heist is.
“For me, it was never about the money…We owe the people,” he said, adding, “We owe the fans…we are pop culture icons.”
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