It's the end of an error. But at least the most scripted "reality" show ever went out with a wink.
While The Hills should have been dunzo back when Lauren and Whitney left the building, it was still a bummer to think about saying goodbye to the gang. It's been a wild six seasons since LC and Heidi moved from Laguna Beach to L.A., and in that time, a lot has changed...
After six seasons of The Hills, it was the series' final two minutes — when Brody Jenner was revealed to be on a soundstage rather than shooting from a real street corner — that perfectly defined the show's hybrid of reality and scripted television, while also underscoring the viewers' biggest burning question: Is this show for real?
Surviving The Hills: After 6 seasons, who is left standing?
When Lauren Conrad left The Hills in the middle of Season 5, MTV considered pulling the plug.
"We contemplated it," executive producer Liz Gately tells TVGuide.com. "But we felt we were midway with the Audrina-Justin Bobby story. And there was still a lot of Heidi and Spencer drama -- they had just gotten married -- and the relationships that were in flux between...
It's been a drama-filled journey full of fights, rumors, love and heartbreak, but The Hills is heading into its final season.
When we last saw the group, former Laguna Beach star and newest Hills cast member Kristin Cavallari decided to take her relationship with Justin Bobby to the next level, and the newly married Spencer and Heidi Pratt faced a possible pregnancy.