MTV has renewed The Real World for two more seasons, the network announced Wednesday.
The pioneering reality series — currently in its 25th season and casting for No. 26 — will now reach Season 28.
"For the past 25 seasons, The Real World has connected with our audience and continues to provoke discussion about issues that matter to our viewers," MTV's executive vice president of series programming, Chris Linn, said in a statement. "We are excited to continue our relationship with Bunim/Murray Productions and look forward to more dynamic programming and continued success."
The show debuted in 1992 and has traveled to 22 cities across the country and around the world, including New York, Los Angeles, London and Sydney. The Real World launched its 25th season — its second visit to Sin City — earlier this month to 1.74 million viewers.
"The Real World has remained relevant for 25 seasons because it continues to capture the lives of young adults, hold a mirror to the challenges they face, and truly reflect the current generation," executive producer Jonathan Murray said. "We thank MTV for their ongoing commitment to this show, and we're excited to see where the two additional seasons take us."
The Real World airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on MTV.