Guys, I hope you're sitting down as you read this. Are you sitting down? Great. Here's the situation. The second season of The Hills: New Beginnings is officially dropping next month and this is not a drill. Yep, after a year of lockdowns and lost time, the extremely good-looking cast of Hollywood's most iconic friend group is reuniting.
Get all the essential deets below.
Who will be in season two of 'The Hills: New Beginnings'?
The sophomore season of The Hills: New Beginnings is bringing back all your fave cast members: Audrina Patridge, Ashley Wahler, Brandon Thomas Lee, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado, Heidi Pratt, Jason Wahler, Jennifer Delgado, Justin "Bobby" Brescia, Kaitlynn Carter, Spencer Pratt and Whitney Port return for the iconic series alongside newcomer Caroline D'Amore. Kristin Cavallari(!!) will also make an appearance.
When is season two of 'The Hills: New Beginnings' airing?
An excellent question! Tune in to the season premiere of The Hills: New Beginnings on Thursday, 13 May at 8:30pm on MTV Australia.
In the meantime, this shiny new trailer will whet your appetite for what's to come.
Where can I watch season two of 'The Hills: New Beginnings'?
To watch The Hills: New Beginnings, switch on MTV on Foxtel (channel 122) and Fetch (104). Don't have Foxtel or Fetch? No sweat, you can download a season 2 pass for access to every new episode as it drops on Google Play and Apple TV.
Oh, and you can also watch the entire back catalogue of The Hills for free on our website. You're very welcome.
Where can I watch original episodes of 'The Hills'?
Guys, we've got you covered. You can watch seasons one to six of the OG version of The Hills right here on our website.
What's on the menu for season two?
In two words? A lot. The new season will see some cast members deal with the impacts of the pandemic, while others will navigate tumultuous relationships and struggle with addiction.
From a highly-publicised divorce to rekindling former flames, to new families and surprise pregnancies, all bets are off this season.
In the immortal words of Justin Bobby, "truth and time tells all." Until then, you can find me at the traffic lights getting ready.