Today is a historic moment for MTV.
It's longest running show, The Real World turns 15.
Only May 21, 1992, Andre, Becky, Eric, Heather, Julie, Kevin and Norman were introduced to the world, as seven, young wide-eyed aspiring musicians, artists, actors, and poets, who came to New York City to live a dream.
Fifteen years later, The Real World has visited eighteen different cities around the world, has had 130 different castmembers appear on the show, spanned two successful spin-offs, a made-for-TV movie, and now an upcoming miniseries, it shows no signs of slowing down.
Although the premise, look, and feel of the show may have changed, it still stays true to the formula of having seven 18 to 24 year-olds living in a loft, to record their every move, and to see how seven young people interact with each other in today's world.
With its 20th season on the horizon, The Real World has become MTV's longest running program. Congratulations to the creators, producers, crew, and castmembers of The Real World. It's been a great fifteen years.