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The return of "The Hills" to TV is one of the biggest entertainment events of the decade, and we’ve got your all access pass to everything happening on and off the camera! Join host Stephanie Pratt as she shares behind the scenes secrets from “The Hills: New Beginnings” and breaks down all the drama from her brother Spencer and all the rest of your favorite “Hills” cast members. And to help make sense of all of this, we’ve got Wells Adams from The Bachelor on hand as co-host to ask all the tough questions and get you the inside info on the hottest show on TV!

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    • 3.9, 751 Ratings

The return of "The Hills" to TV is one of the biggest entertainment events of the decade, and we’ve got your all access pass to everything happening on and off the camera! Join host Stephanie Pratt as she shares behind the scenes secrets from “The Hills: New Beginnings” and breaks down all the drama from her brother Spencer and all the rest of your favorite “Hills” cast members. And to help make sense of all of this, we’ve got Wells Adams from The Bachelor on hand as co-host to ask all the tough questions and get you the inside info on the hottest show on TV!

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
751 Ratings

751 Ratings

Natrosep ,

Such a great hot mess and A+ for Amy

Entertaining from so many angles. The drama but also steph’s vulnerability are so raw. And I’m sorry but Amy is a phenomenal backbone to all these podcasters. If I know she’s on an episode I’m definitely listening. She asks all the questions that need to be asked and clarifies so many things. Most importantly she helps these bachelor people articulate themselves. These guys and gals are having fun but there has to be an adult in the room to make the show run properly. Amy rocks

cdthielen ,

Not great

I really liked it when they would go into detail about the hills. Stephanie comes across as insecure and cries too much... hard pass.

smn12344 ,

Thumbs down for amy

I was excited to hear Steph talk about Pepsi and never felt that it was “Braggy” as Amy put it! Way to go Steph, keep it up!!
I feel like Amy finds it’s easy to support the men in the podcasts she produces but tents to have difficulty being happy and supporting the women.

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