After a few years off the air, the groundbreaking reality series, The Real World, is back and headed to Atlanta. But after seeing the cast, not everyone is happy about it.

The revamped MTV staple will exclusively stream on Facebook Watch, beginning in June, and the first trailer just dropped.

“This is the next true story of seven strangers, picked to live in a house and have their hookups, screw-ups, apologies, honesty, voices, opinions, fights, tears, lives streamed exclusively on Facebook Watch,” the clip opens.

Staying true to its premise, seven strangers will live together for three months and controversial topics such as sexuality, race, immigration and teen parenthood will all be addressed by the housemates.

The cast includes a black Trump-supporting “proud Republican” from Texas (who also identifies as pansexual), a black activist working on his master’s in African American Studies, a conservative farmer, a religious virgin, a DACA recipient, and a liberal pansexual woman with Christian and Muslim parents.

However, with the 33rd season being filmed in Atlanta—the second largest majority black metro area in the country–many were quick to notice that the cast of seven featured no black women and only two black men.

And, naturally, Black Twitter went in.

Some users did point out that The Real World is about bringing seven people from around the country to one location, and is not intended to represent the demographics of the city in which the season is filmed.

The Real World: Atlanta premieres June 13th on Facebook Watch and full episodes will air every Thursday. Extra digital content, including scenes and Facebook Stories by the cast, will become available throughout the week.