Real World Seattle: Bad Blood’s First Trailer Reveals Cast Members Fighting, Hooking Up With Former Foes

They made some really deep cuts! Tears, fights and face-licking ensue as seven strangers face feuds old and new in the first trailer for Real World Seattle: Bad Blood.

The promo, exclusive to Us Weekly, highlights the long-running MTV unscripted series' chaotic new season, premiering Wednesday, October 12. In the trailer, season 32's seven cast members enter the house, not realizing they will also be living with some familiar faces. Seven other people will be joining the house, and the group of newbies is comprised of people who previously had serious friction with the season's original costars.

"Before I die, I want to make sure that everyone knows my name," Theo tells the camera in the trailer. Later, when he realizes that his cousin Kassius will be living in the house, Theo says, "My cousin ruined everything." Indeed, the relatives and former roommates were best friends until a drug bust in their dorm room tore them apart. 

The Real World
The Real World

"My last girlfriend put me through hell," another cast member says in the footage about his ex joining the show. Snippets of the season's drama include two people getting into a physical altercation, along with Jordan licking one lucky guy's face.

Among the "bad blood" pairs this season are former pals Peter and Mike, who had a falling out over a money loan. Meanwhile, exes Jennifer and Robbie had a tough split, as she still doesn't know why he suddenly ended things.

Real World previously filmed in Seattle for season 7, which aired in 1998. Season 31, subtitled "Go Big or Go Home," took place in Las Vegas, with the finale running in May.

Watch the drama unfold in the video above. Real World Seattle: Bad Blood launches on MTV Wednesday, October 12, at 10 p.m. ET.

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