PHILADELPHIA -- Seven strangers are about to get real in Philadelphia.
Filming of MTV's "The Real World" will begin in the spring, the cable channel announced Thursday. The reality series' 15th season is scheduled to premiere in the fall. Twenty-four episodes will air.
Each season, seven strangers are picked to live together in a house and to be followed by cameras for four months.
The show debuted in New York. Previous seasons have been set in Los Angeles, London, Boston, New Orleans, Chicago, Paris and San Diego.
MTV also announced that the 13th season of "Road Rules" will send six strangers to Chile and Argentina. Production begins in February and the first of 16 episodes will air in May.
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