Nine years after the groundbreaking reality series ended, its stars are older and wiser—but that doesn’t mean they’ve outgrown drama
“We’re all in such different places now,” says Heidi Montag (with the cast on Feb. 26). “But the old history is still there.”

The Hills: New Beginnings


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When MTV’s The Hills debuted back in 2006, it was an addictive hit. Featuring a gorgeous cast in Southern California, the show blended reality and soap opera, with as many breakups and betrayals as any purely scripted drama. Now the original cast—minus breakout stars Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari—are back for a reboot focused on marriages, parenthood and, yes, simmering feuds. They’ll be joined by some new faces, including The O.C. star

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