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One of the biggest reality TV shows to grace our television screens is back. The Hills has returned this year with a reunion series called The Hills: New Beginnings.
If this has reignited your passion for the show and you’re wondering where you can watch all the old episodes, don’t fret. We’ve got you covered.
If you love reality TV you’ve probably already heard about hayu, the streaming service that strives to bring you all things trashy and entertaining. From Keeping Up with the Kardashians to The Real Housewives of Beverley Hills, you can watch tons of your favourite reality series here.
All six seasons from the original version of The Hills are available on hayu. That’s over 100 episodes at your fingertips. You’ll just have to pay hayu’s subscription fee of £4.99 a month.
With NOW, you can buy a hayu pass so that you can catch up on all the drama and goss from Lauren Conrad and co. This means all six of the original seasons, all for £4.99 a month.
You might not feel too keen on forking out money each month for a streaming subscription. If so, you can also watch The Hills using Amazon.
Maybe you’re just looking to watch a few episodes on a lazy day, or you have a favourite season that you want to go back and relive. With Amazon, you can pay as little as 10 pence for a single episode, or buy one of the seasons for anywhere between £10 and £25.
Alas, no, but as we’ve discussed in this article, there are other places where you can get your fix of The Hills.
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