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Destination Denver for ‘Real World’

MTV reality skein begins 18th season this fall

MTV’s “The Real World” will spend its 18th season in Denver, CO.

Production begins in spring 2006, and the 24-episode series will preem in fall.

The original reality show is still a ratings winner after 18 seasons, and it is set to go at least 20. MTV greenlit “The Real World” through 2008 last year.

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