Hey MTV! Welcome (back) to my crib.
Years after the original MTV Cribs went off the air, a new iteration of the ever-popular show is launching later this month, with a U.S. reboot set to follow next year.
According to Variety, MTV International and Viacom will reboot two different versions of the series, with one focusing on celebrity homes outside of the United States and one focusing on properties within the country.
The international edition will premiere on Oct. 26 and will feature celebrity guests such as Caitlyn Jenner, JoJo Siwa, former Glee star Kevin McHale and British singer Stefflon Don. The show will also feature Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn, The Vamps member Bradley Simpson, RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Alyssa Edwards and British reality star Gemma Collins.
The original MTV Cribs first aired in 2000 and ran for several seasons, where it gave everyday viewers an inside look at the stunning homes of celebrities such as 50 Cent, Mariah Carey, Destiny's Child, Usher and Kim Kardashian West. By 2005, the show had showcased approximately 185 properties, per Variety.
MTV Cribs went off the air in 2008 and received several reboots throughout the years, but the upcoming revival is the first time that it will be back on the MTV channels, Hypebeast adds.