Road Rules Revival- 2021 (Paramount +)

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So this is never gonna happen right    

So this is never gonna happen right    

No casting for it yet?

I feel like they would do secret casting and maybe even secret filming for this like put permits out in a fake show name and filming moving around could make it easier to not get out.

mtv probably forgot about this lol announcing this a year ago just so that the fans could **** ********. 

we want road rules 2022!   

we want road rules 2022!   

we want you to be banned again but god doesn't answer every pray now does he 

 

we want road rules 2022!   

we want you to be banned again but god doesn't answer every pray now does he 

i thought i was gone forever lol, i would have been entertaining commenting on all that final drama you have to admit. that was a LOT.  

This is not happening at this point lmao

They would have just ruined it anyway tbh.

they lied for what though lmao ***** just lying cause they feel like it 

No casting or announcements for this lmao

Would've been road rules with just big brother ppl

Would've been road rules with just big brother ppl

honestly I would've taken that just so they kept their promise and I definitely would've taken that had they added all the seasons on Paramount 

Why was Road Rules not as popular or successful as the Real World? Was the experience less relatable to viewers who were also probably lounging around in a couch like the Real Worlders? Producers giving up on the show seems like an ongoing theme for Road Rules. They gave up on the show after Xtreme, though methinks that feeling must'd already been brewing for many moons by the time they reached that decision. Probably since The Quest since that was when they introduced the voting off concept in hopes of making the show more interesting or controversial (I guess?). Viewers Revenge was 3-4 years after Xtreme and that was a disgrace of a season and should not even be mentioned tbh. They probably should've just stuck with the original Road Rules format like the Real World more-or-less did for many seasons, which perhaps granted it the longevity it had.

Why was Road Rules not as popular or successful as the Real World? Was the experience less relatable to the viewers who were also probably lounging around in a couch like the Real Worlders? Producers giving up on the show seems like a theme. They gave up on it after Xtreme, though methinks the thought must'd already been brewing for many moons by the time they reached that decision. Viewers Revenge was 3-4 years later and that was a disgrace of a season tbh. They probably should've just stuck with the original RR format like the RW more-or-less did, which perhaps granted it the longetivity it had.

Yupp--you're last sentence is dead on.  The went away from the original theme with The Quest.  Although that gave us Katie Doyle so...it wasn't horrible.  South Pacific and Xtreme saw too many people leave.

 

Why was Road Rules not as popular or successful as the Real World? Was the experience less relatable to the viewers who were also probably lounging around in a couch like the Real Worlders? Producers giving up on the show seems like a theme. They gave up on it after Xtreme, though methinks the thought must'd already been brewing for many moons by the time they reached that decision. Viewers Revenge was 3-4 years later and that was a disgrace of a season tbh. They probably should've just stuck with the original RR format like the RW more-or-less did, which perhaps granted it the longetivity it had.

Yupp--you're last sentence is dead on.  The went away from the original theme with The Quest.  Although that gave us Katie Doyle so...it wasn't horrible.  South Pacific and Xtreme saw too many people leave.

yesss! I edited my post to add a few things and mentioned The Quest too. They were already doubting the show's worth by that season and it showed.

sucks because I enjoyed Road Rules more than the Real World. I'm still annoyed Paramount plus never added it

sucks because I enjoyed Road Rules more than the Real World. I'm still annoyed Paramount plus never added it

Same.  Road Rules was my favorite as well.

Road Rules <3

I also liked Road Rules more than Real World. Way Cooler show and I loved the different themes the show had each season. 

I feel like Road Rules lost steam after Mary Ellis Bunim passed away. It was said that Road Rules was more of her show and John Murray was in charge of The Real World.

Road Rules <3

I'm still stuck they lied about this reboot lmao Biggrin

lying just to lie i'm cryingggg

If this does happen, they will probably just cast influencers or pluck people who applied for CBS shows.

If this does happen, they will probably just cast influencers or pluck people who applied for CBS shows.

I actually would've preferred that type casting if it's good -- honestly anything for it to sell and work 

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