MTV Renews Frankie Delgado’s “The Hills: New Beginnings” for Second Season

There’s more Hillsin Frankie Delgado’s future..

MTV has renewed The Hills: New Beginnings, featuring the 38-year-old Mexican-American actor and producer, for a second season.

Frankie Delgado

The series, which follows the group of friends from the series’ original incarnation who write their newest chapters in relationships, romance and success.

The series revival that returned Brody JennerAudrina PatridgeHeidi MontagSpecncer Prattand the gang to its original network premiered June 24. The news comes as the revival’s fifth episode airs this week.

In addition to Delgado, other returning cast members include Jason Wahler and his wife Ashley Wahler“Justin Bobby” BresciaStephanie Pratt and Kaitlynn Carter Jenner.

The Hills: New Beginnings is produced by MTV Studiosand Evolution Media.

MTV Bringing Back Its Hit Reality Series “The Hills” with Frankie Delgado Among Returning Cast

Frankie Delgado is heading back to the hills…

The Hills, the popular MTV reality series that ran on the network for six seasons in the late 2000s, is making a comeback.

Frankie Delgado

MTV announced The Hills: New Beginnings which will reunite original cast members, including the 37-year-old Mexican American actor and producer, alongside their children and friends, and follow their personal and professional lives while living in Los Angeles.

With new faces in the picture and returning favorites, The Hills will be back for a new beginning with a 2019 premiere.

Along with Delgado, members of the original series and Laguna Beach — Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge, Jason WahlerStephanie Pratt and Justin Bobby — were in attendance at the VMAs.

Hints of a revival had been in the air for a while. The network aired the Orange County, CA-based series, a spinoff of its reality series Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, from 2006 to its series finale in July 2010.

Lauren Conrad hosted a The Hillsreunion special in 2016 but it’s unclear whether she will be part of the revival. Kristin Cavallari among other cast members including the now-married Montag and Pratt have said they’d be in for a new incarnation of the series.

MTV has certainly seen success with its reality series revivals (in the U.S. and abroad), most recently its Jersey Shore spinoff, which was cable’s top-rated series in adults 18-34 for Season 1 and returns for Season 2 on Thursday. Its offshoot Floribama Shore returned for Season 2 in July and scored a series-high with nearly 1 million total viewers, up 34% over its Season 1 average.

The Hills: New Beginnings is produced by MTV and Evolution Media.