On Monday, July 22, MTV announced that they will be continuing onto the second season of the rebooted The Hills: New Beginnings while the first season is yet to conclude.
The original 'The Hills' series aired from 2006 to 2010 featuring narrator Lauren Conrad and then Kristen Cavallari. Both of them declined for the reboot announced in August 2018. The second season of the reboot 'The Hills: New Beginnings' will premiere next year, around this time. The network hasn't announced the exact month for Season 2 but there is a significant development on it.
All the cast of the original series returned for the reboot excluding the aforementioned two narrators. Stephanie Pratt, Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge, Heidi Pratt née Montag, Justin “Bobby” Brescia, Brody Jenner, Whitney Port, Frankie Delgado, and Jason Wahler all came back with new additions The O.C.'s Mischa Barton and Brandon Thomas Lee.
Although the second season was announced, MTV didn't reveal the cast for it and it seems like it is already settled that there won't be all of them next year. That's the significant development - Stephanie Pratt has called it quits on the show.
With a pretty comprehensive and lengthy caption on Instagram on Wednesday, Miss Pratt spilled out all her emotions on the show's cast and said she was "so happy to be back home in London, where evil siblings don't exist".
In response to a fan commenting "we need you for Season 2", the MTV star simply replied, "not a chance". And that's it. On a public and negative rant about her co-stars, she bashed brother Spencer for screaming often that "everyone hates me, is fake nice to me and to go back to London because no one wants me here". That she did and is quite content with it.
In the process of the rant, Pratt also bashed Heidi and Audrina as well. It's clear that she wants nothing to do with the show.