How to Watch 'The Hills: New Beginnings' for Free If You Don't Have Cable

'The Hills: New Beginnings' is premiering on MTV June 24, 2019. Find out how to stream it for free, even without cable.

los angeles, california june 19 the cast of "the hills new beginnings" justin bobby brescia, jennifer delgado, frankie delgado, brody jenner, kaitlynn carter jenner, jason wahler, ashley wahler, brandon thomas lee, audrina patridge, whitney port, mischa barton, stephanie pratt and singer natasha bedingfield attend the party for the premiere of mtv's "the hills new beginnings" at liaison on june 19, 2019 in los angeles, california photo by amy sussmangetty images
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The! Hills! Are! Back! The Hills: New Beginnings is set to premiere (opens in new tab) this Monday, June 24 on MTV in a (supposedly?) non-scripted reboot (opens in new tab) of the show that forever encouraged us not to be the girl who doesn't go to Paris. Though LC won't be returning (sorry to disappoint!) plenty of your faves, including Audrina, Whitney, Heidi, Spencer, Brody, Justin, Jason, and Frankie will be back for the series along with a couple new additions: Mischa Barton (yes, Marissa Cooper!), and Brandon Thomas Lee, the son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee.

Freaking out that you don't have a TV or cable? Every episode will stream for free on MTV.com (opens in new tab), so you can watch them directly here (opens in new tab). Ask your friend or family member for their cable login (it doesn't cost anything to share it!) and you should be good to go.

In the meantime, you can watch the new opening credits, below, which includes a remixed version of "Unwritten." (opens in new tab)

Can we also take a moment to acknowledge that The Hills originally premiered 13 years ago? If you're feeling nostalgic, all six seasons are available on Amazon Prime Video.

The Hills: New Beginnings premieres Monday, June 24 at 10 p.m. EST on MTV.


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