“The Hills: New Beginnings” Latest Trailer Reveals That Things Are Just Getting Started [Watch]

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Fans of the original MTV series The Hills, from 2006-2010, are chomping at the bit for the series reboot, The Hills: New Beginnings, reuniting their favorite twenty-somethings, who aren’t twenty-somethings anymore.

MTV is sharing the latest trailer that focuses in on Audrina and Justin Bobby’s on-again, off-again relationship from ten years ago.

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“I don’t know where to start,” Audrina says as she’s having drinks with Justin.

“With you and I?” he asks. “I think it’s just getting started.”

What has gotten started is a feud between Spencer Pratt and his sister, Stephanie Pratt. Stephanie started the promo season out by bad mouthing her sister in law and Spencer’s wife, Heidi Montag Pratt.

“We are not on good terms. We are not on speaking terms, I do not consider them my family,” Stephanie said during her podcast. “We were great. We were absolutely great. You want to know what happened? Heidi.”

“There’s no way I’m not standing up for myself and my family and what I believe in. So, it’s on,” Heidi responded. Just in time for the start of their brand new reboot. Coincidence? We thing not.

Titled The Hills: New Beginnings, the show will reunite original cast members such as Heidi and Spencer Pratt, Brody Jenner, Audrina Patridge, Jason Wahler, Justin “Bobby” Brescia, Stephanie Pratt, Whitney Port and Frankie Delgado, following their personal and professional lives while living in Los Angeles.

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The show’s main stars Lauren Conrad and Kristen Cavallari, who has her own show Very Cavallari on E!,  will not be returning to the show.

For those of you to young to remember the original, The Hills ran for six seasons, from 2006 to 2010, on MTV and followed the lives of a number of jetsetters beginning their careers in the star-studded California town. The show was a spin-off of the MTV series “Laguna Beach.”