MTV's "The Real World" was the pioneer of reality TV. Now Viacom's own channel is engaged in "The Royal World," a non-written series that plays worldwide and promises to show the exclusive, unfiltered lives of young royals and aristocrats.
The series comes from MTV International, which will show it will be available later in 2018 in 180 countries. The US station was not confirmed. Initial, which is part of Endemol Shine and produces "Big Brother" in the UK, will produce "The Royal World". The producers said the show will go into the magnificent family houses of the performers and have access to their elite circles.  Made in Chelsea scripted reality series in the UK follows affluent young celebrities in upscale West London. Fox & # 39; "I want to marry Harry" was a reality-date show where a fake prince took Harry out to convince his dates that he was right. MTV said that ladies, baronesses and counts will clash in their new reality show. It will soon reveal the occupation, and the lineup will include descendants of aristocratic families from Britain, Russia, Austria, Nigeria, and Ireland, as well as a "royally associated American."
"MTV has a deep-rooted story to shed light on original characters and unique subcultures. The Royal World takes this to a whole new level," said Kerry Taylor, EVP Youth & Music and co-director of MTV International.
"The Royal World is a brilliantly entertaining show that invites you into a world that is completely closed to most of us: the world of young, royal and noble kings," added Katy Manley , Creative Director at Initial. "Expect top-selling rumors that make palaces shake as we get to know the real people behind the titles."