Using the social tools ingrained within Facebook Watch, such as Facebook Live, Premieres and live chat tool Watch Party, viewers will be able to submit themselves for casting consideration, and also interact with cast members over the course of the season.
Wednesday the company behind the landmark reality series announced that the show will be back for an unbelievable 33rd season, streaming on Facebook Watch.
The reboot will introduce new features with on the social media platform encouraging audience interactivity with the show. Facebook Watch was originally launched in just the United States, but expanded to global users back in August.
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The groundbreaking MTV reality series is getting the reboot treatment at Facebook Watch.
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The announcement was made onstage at MIPCOM in Cannes and will see The Real World reimagined in several different locations across the world. That's right: you can now play God with the Real World contestants.
The streaming relaunch of the show will keep the same format as the original, in which strangers come together and live in the same house.
Rajwat said: "With Watch, we have built an interactive experience that gives you a new level of access and influence".
The show will be coproduced by MTV Studios and Bunim/Murray Productions and look to a spring 2019 release. BMP continued to innovate with the first reality game show, Road Rules (MTV), in 1995; the first reality sitcom, The Simple Life (E!), in 2003; and the first reality soap opera, Starting Over, in 2003. They were joined on stage by Chris McCarthy, President, MTV.
Facebook has struggled to draw users to the year-old Watch service, which is anchored by much longer videos than the short clips popular in Facebook's news feed. Based in Glendale, CA, the company was founded in 1987 by Jonathan Murray and the late Mary-Ellis Bunim, who were inducted into the Television Academy's Hall of Fame in 2012.