The Real World Homecoming: New Orleans
The third installment of the hit original unscripted series, THE REAL WORLD HOMECOMING, will reunite New Orleans cast members David “Tokyo” Broom, Melissa Beck, Jamie Murray, Danny Roberts, Matt Smith, Julie Stoffer and Kelley Wolf in “The Big Easy.” The roommates are moving back in for a dramatic, nostalgic, heartfelt reunion where they’ll get a second chance to stop being polite and start getting real.
Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program
Co-Executive Producers: Joseph Rosenzweig, Matthew Ruecker, Brian Schornak, Lauren Goldstien
Supervising Producer: Joe Awgul
Outstanding Casting For A Reality Program
Outstanding Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality Program
Alex Elias Scott
Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Reality or Competition Series
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction of Reality Program
Outstanding Music Supervision
“The most dramatic Homecoming season yet”
– Entertainment Tonight
“one of TV’s most influential experiments”
– LA Times
““The Real World Homecoming” is a fascinating attempt to reconcile who we used to be with who we are now”
– LA Times
“It helped shape a generation and sought to spotlight culturally resonant stories”
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S3 E1 | “The Real 7”
The roommates from The Real World New Orleans are moving back in and reuniting for the first time in 22 years. A decades long feud quickly resurfaces between old friends Melissa and Julie. Danny also reveals Julie’s past betrayal, prompting Julie to alienate herself from the group. Everyone is taken aback by David’s re-introduction of himself as Tokyo, along with his new attitude and new look.
S3 E4 | “It Shouldn’t be Comfortable, We’re talking about Racism”
The roommates continue to try to make Julie understand why her complaints about Tokyo’s actions towards her after a wild night out were harmful. And a surprise visit brings some fun to a tense household.