Things are getting real. 

MTV's pioneering reality TV show The Real World is coming to Thailand and has already put out a call for casting. 

Founded in 1992, The Real World has been dubbed one of the world’s first reality TV shows, running for 32 seasons and 602 episodes, across 23 different cities, before seemingly ending its run in 2017. 

Now, the series is being reworked as a revival for Facebook Watch (a streaming platform like Netflix that Facebook is planning to launch) with new editions in Thailand, the U.S. and Mexico.

The premise: gather seven young adults (aged between 18-28) to live in the same house and do what young people do: drink, trash talk one another, grow up. Sort of like The Big Brother, but no one gets kicked out. Early seasons of the show were also renowned for addressing pertinent topics of race, religion and politics, though we're not holding our breath. 

If you think you’ve got what it takes, you can apply here. You have to be able to hold a full conversation in Thai though.

The Real World Thailand will go to air in June. Check out a vintage episode from the U.S. to get an idea of what it's going to be like: