Catch All the Drama of 'The Hills' with the Season 2 DVD, A Virtual Hills Viewing Party with Cast Members and The Season 3 Premiere on MTV
Party with Lauren and Audrina on August 10 at 6pm ET When You Pre-Order
"The Hills" -- The Complete Second Season DVD, Hitting Stores August 7
"The Hills" Third Season Premieres on August 13 at 10pm ET/PT
NEW YORK, July 25 -- Dive right back into all the drama of
MTV's popular series "The Hills" with the release of the Season 2 DVD, a
virtual world viewing party when cast members Lauren and Audrina go
virtual, and the Season 3 premiere on MTV.
All the excitement begins immediately when you pre-order "The Hills" -
The Complete Second Season DVD from http://www.thehills.mtv.com. By
pre-ordering the DVD, you'll receive an invitation to enjoy an exclusive
Virtual Hills viewing party on Friday, August 10 at 6 p.m. ET - with Lauren
and Audrina - in which you get a VIP advanced screening of the third season
premiere of "The Hills," three days before its television premiere on
Monday, August 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
If you're not one of the lucky few who can party with the girls, don't
worry. All fans inside the popular virtual world can also get an exclusive
first-look at the season premiere Friday, August 10 at 6pm, 9pm and
midnight ET before it hits the air by going to http://www.virtualhills.mtv.com.
But like all those other wannabes out there who don't make it into the
popular clubs where Lauren and her girls party - you won't get a chance to
mingle with them virtually - unless, of course, you pre-order the DVD.
"The Hills" - The Complete Second Season DVD is a three-disc set
including 12 drama-filled episodes, plus deleted scenes, interviews and two
featurettes: "The Hills Season 2 Premiere Party" and "The Hills Season 2
Photo Shoot," and a special code to access a Virtual Hills swag pack,
including a virtual "The Hills" t-shirt and hand held DVD to carry
in-world. The DVD will be available in stores on August 7.
"The Hills" season kicks off on MTV on Monday, August 13 at 10 pm ET/PT
when viewers will find out if Hollywood is big enough for one group of
close friends who have been torn in two.
Now forced to juggle a variety of difficult situations, the four girls
of "The Hills" are back for yet another season of even more drama. Newly
single, Whitney has graduated college and now has to deal with the added
stress of her first real job. Audrina is enjoying her first serious
relationship, but hitting the town every night with her single roommate
Lauren won't make it easy. And now that Heidi's playing house with Spencer
and dealing with the separation from her best friend Lauren, Spencer wants
to take their relationship to the next level. Lauren's had enough of being
single and is looking for Mr. Right, but with new responsibilities at Teen
Vogue, a new roommate, and a boyfriend from her past back in her life, how
will she ever find him? And the biggest issue of all - Lauren and Heidi
haven't spoken since Heidi moved in with Spencer. And when this feud comes
to a head, how will Lauren hold it all together?
Show enthusiasts can further delve into the fun with "The Hills After
Show," an interactive talk show streamed immediately following "The Hills."
Each week, Jessi Cruickshank and Dan Levy are joined in-studio by special
guests to discuss, debate and sometimes mock the things that just happened
on "The Hills" while aficionados add their opinions and observations to the
conversation by webcam. Fans can visit http://www.hills.mtv.com for all the
latest details. And following the premiere on August 13, fans can chat with
Lauren via webcam for immediate reaction to the show. In addition,
http://www.hills.mtv.com will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes photos,
bios, full episodes, as well as a dedicated blog to "The Hills" where fans
can dish on the latest news and check out exclusive interviews and photos.
The second season of "The Hills" was the most watched program in the
time period (Mon 10-10:30p) among P12-24 across all of television, cable
and broadcast. P18-24 posted growth of 25% from season to season, while
season two was up by 6% among P12-34. Season two of "The Hills" reached 60
million viewers. Additionally, "The Hills" content on
http://www.hills.mtv.com has had more than 23 million streams this year,
while the live After Shows alone have garnered nearly 1 million streams.
"The Hills" was created by Adam DiVello. Adam DiVello, Sean Travis,
Tony DiSanto and Liz Gateley serve as Executive Producers.
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