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Topic - The Real World
The Real World is a reality television program on MTV originally produced by Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray. First broadcast in 1992, the show is the longest-running program in MTV history. - Source: Wikipedia
"American Idol" season 12 tapings are just getting under way and Keith Urban already has become more than just a judge: He's also the pacifier on the newly-minted panel.
The clock is ticking for "Jersey Shore."
The video was shocking when played for the first time: A shadowy, jumpy clip of police officers slamming their batons against a fallen man.
A finalist for an ongoing national Roommate of the Year contest held by the real estate website Apartments.com, Jesse McLaughlin isn't just to shared housing what Alexander Ovechkin is to hockey. He's a precious, overlooked social commodity: an archetypal good roommate.
The "Real World: D.C." mansion, which once housed inebriated young adults for the MTV reality show, will become home to the Laogai Museum, Curbed D.C. reports.
MTV has wrapped up its 25th season of "The Real World" at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Jessica Brunelli is a fan of "Jersey Shore" and "The Real World," so the 17-year-old race car driver knows just how addictive reality TV can be.
MTV is finally getting its mojo back, thanks to the tanned twenty-somethings of "Jersey Shore."
MTV held a solid lead among 15 networks for its representation of gay characters last season, according to a report released Friday.