When it comes to on-screen drama, The Hills actors know how to keep viewers on their toes.
After broadcasting the last episode in 2010, the performers took a much needed break from all the drama, but they eventually return with their long-awaited spin-off series, The Hills: New Beginnings .
Fans will see all the highs and lows that OG performers are still facing today, as well as getting a glimpse into the lives of some new members living with them face difficulties.
Although everyone in the cast gets along well, some were not enthusiastic about Mischa Barton, a newcomer and actress.
Heidi Montag is not a fan of how restrained Mischa Barton is.
A majority of The Hills: The Hills: New Beginnings might be thrilled to include some new talent in the series, but OG actress Heidi Montag had some concerns as far as actress Mischa Barton is concerned.
When it was revealed The OK . The actress would join the cast, many of us were excited to finally learn more about Barton's life outside of acting.
Although the cast was quite excited to welcome Barton into their reality television family, Heidi Montag was not too enthusiastic about the latest addition.
As it turned out, Monday did not like Mischa Barton to have a more restrained personality than the rest of the cast and thought the actress did not suit everyone else.
This show before and after, getting someone in and being so cautious was a bit frustrating, "said Montag at the beginning of this Month Us Weekly known.
She continued, "I'm putting on, I do not think it was intended, and it's just a bit more closed and needed a bit more time to open [up]. "
Monday was not the only actor to play along. I felt Mischa Barton was excluded from everyone.
Roommate Jason Wahler also admitted that he had discovered that Barton was holding back when he first met her.
"She was very protected at the beginning. Very guarded and shy, and I think when I met her … she was definitely … "
Wahler's wife Ashley Wahler then told me," I feel a bit shy and not as open as the rest of us but as you hang out with her, she becomes more real and rough. "
Mischa Barton is still getting used to presenting her public role.
For several years, Mischa Barton has taken a much needed break out of the limelight.
After the unexpected departure of The O.C. As early as 2007, Barton was reluctant and many fans were interested in what their life looks like outside of acting.
After the actress was cast in the new MTV spin-off series The Hills: New Beginnings Barton hopes the show will finally end this ongoing misunderstanding People have them over to rest.
"I think there have always been many puzzles around me and people always have a lot of questions about who I really am and how I really am," Barton said in a recent interview interview. "I'm not sure this show will clear anything, but what I'm thinking about is that I'm a voice of reason and a pretty cool person."
Although some of her fellow actors, she found it hard to understand her reserved manner at first. Barton tries her best to be her true and authentic self on the show, but it only takes longer than anyone else.
OG Hills actor Frankie Delgado said Barton admitted he had a hard time letting the cameras live on her. "What we do is really hard to do and I think she somehow proved it right," he said. "Like she was," Yo, listen, that's the hardest thing I've done. & # 39;
Now that Mischa Barton has gotten herself into the flow of filming for a reality TV show, she feels much more comfortable now, and the cast can agree that she's a great asset to her family.
"I find her really quirky and funny and … she's a great addition to the cast." I like Mischa very well, "Heidi Montag said Us Weekly .