Per Deadline, the MTV juggernaut is back in production.
But there will be a different kind of energy on the show this season thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The cast, crew, and producers are all in a bubble, adhering to state and federal Covid-19 health and safety requirements.
This means the cast members will not be inviting people back to their party pad, and will have to put up with each other this time.
What's more, it will take place in a Nevada resort, so we'll have a fresh new location for the cast.
The Bachelorette and Love Island recently completed productions on new seasons by going into a quarantine bubble, and it has largely been a success for both shows.
Love Island wrapped its second season earlier this week, and despite the islanders being atop the Cromwell Hotel,