The Real World: Key West is the seventeenth season of MTV 's reality television series The Real World , which focuses on a group of diverse strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, as cameras follow their lives and interpersonal relationships. It premiered on February 28, and consisted of 25 episodes. The season premiere was viewed by 3. In , the season was made available for streaming on Facebook Watch alongside the sixteenth and twenty-eighth seasons ahead of The Real World: Atlanta ' s premiere. The production faced a lawsuit by tourism mogul Ed Swift, a neighbor to the Driftwood Drive house, who sought to stop filming at the location, on the grounds that the production's floodlights, commercial-sized air conditioners, and outdoor cameras capable of rotating towards his house were a nuisance, and that local zoning laws prohibit commercial use of Key Haven homes. After MTV threatened to cancel production in response to the lawsuit, a judge threw out the lawsuit and allowed Bunim-Murray Productions to continue filming the season, with some minor production restrictions put in place.
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