The Hills is officially returning to TV with a brand new season and one surprising twist.

We never thought this day would come.

Following the appearance of Heidi and Spencer Pratt, Audrina Patridge, Jason Wahler, Justin Bobby, Stephanie Pratt and Frankie Delgado on the VMAs red carpet today, MTV has announced that a The Hill’s reboot will officially air in 2019.

The Hills: New Beginnings will be just like the original LA-based 2006-2010 reality TV series, but with a few surprising twists.

The main difference of course is that the central character Lauren Conrad, who the original series focused on while she tried to make a name of herself in the fashion industry, will not be in the show.

This doesn’t come as a huge surprise to us though, given that the final season in 2010 replaced Conrad with Kristin Cavallari as the lead after the original star refused to appear in any more episodes.

Take a look at the first teaser trailer for The Hills: New Beginnings. 

Video by MTV

Another character who will be missing is Lo Bosworth, who in her podcast in February revealed that an executive had reached out to her about the reboot.

“I was like, ‘F—k, no! I don’t want any association with those people,” she said in her podcast.

That’s okay though, because there’s a new version of the theme song “Unwritten”, and some of the main characters, such as Heidi and Spencer, will still be there to entertain us.

“I think it would be hard to get everybody back together again just because we’re all in such different places, but it’d definitely be something fun,” 33-year-old Audrina Patridge told Us in April.

Perhaps the biggest change in the reboot is that the casts’ kids will be a huge part of the show.

We’re envisioning Keeping up with the Kardashians but with slightly less money and a little more drama.

Bring it on.