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GenreReality television
  • Audrina Patridge
  • Lynne Patridge
  • Mark Patridge
  • Casey Loza
  • Marky Patridge
  • Samantha Patridge
Opening theme"Uncharted" by Sara Bareilles
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Executive producer(s)
Running time30 minutes
Production company(s)Mark Burnett Productions
Original networkVH1
Picture format
Original releaseApril 17 (2011-04-17) –
June 19, 2011 (2011-06-19)
Related showsThe Hills
External links

Audrina is an American reality television series that originally aired on VH1 from April 17, 2011, until June 19, 2011. The series aired one season and focuses on the lives of Audrina Patridge, who came to prominence as a cast member on The Hills, and her family. Its premise was originated with Mark Burnett, who additionally served as the executive producer.[1][2]


In 2009, MTV ordered a pilot for the series, then titled The Audrina Show, but it was not picked up to series on the network.[3]

In October 2010, Patridge announced that her then-unnamed reality series was picked up by MTV's sister network, VH1, with Mark Burnett as executive producer. Patridge spoke with Us Magazine about the series: "The show with Mark Burnett got picked up by VH1 so the journey continues! It's a reality show about me and my family. Everything that people have wondered about me, they'll now get to see! And I hope Tony [Dovolani, her Dancing with the Stars partner] will be on it! I'd love to make some trips to NY to see him because we are such good friends now!"[4]

In January 2011, VH1 announced the series name, Audrina.[5] In March 2011, the show's first promo aired, announcing that it will premiere on April 17, 2011 at 9:00 PM.[6][7]

It was announced on September 1, 2011, that the series would not be renewed for a second season.[8] The series' ten-episode run averaged 610,000 viewers.[9]


Cast member Notes
Main cast
Audrina Patridge Audrina is a television personality, actress, and model. She came to prominence after being cast on The Hills, and was featured on the eleventh season of Dancing with the Stars.
Lynne Patridge Lynne is the family matriarch. In 2010, she gained notoriety after a video of her drunken rant regarding Audrina's elimination from Dancing with the Stars went viral.[10]
Mark Patridge Mark is the family patriarch and the CEO of Patridge Motors.
Casey Loza Casey is Audrina, Marky, and Samantha's sister. She is married to professional dirt biker Kyle Loza, with whom she has two children.
"Marky" Patridge Marky is Audrina, Casey, and Samantha's brother.
Samantha Patridge Samantha is Audrina, Casey, and Marky's youngest sister.
Main cast
Corey Bohan Corey is Audrina's boyfriend.
Kyle Loza Kyle is Casey's husband.

1 Only members to receive star billing in opening credits.


No.TitleOriginal air dateU.S. viewers
1"This Is MY Reality"April 17, 2011 (2011-04-17)0.79[12]
Audrina does a Palm Springs bikini photo shoot, later house-hunting with Marky. The Patridges have a family dinner.[11]
2"Celebrate Good Times, C'Mon!"April 24, 2011 (2011-04-24)0.60[14]
Audrina, Sammy, and Mark go jewelry shopping Mark and Lynn's 26th anniversary. Audrina, Casey, and Sammy plan an anniversary party. Audrina goes out with her friends[13]
3"Feel The Yum Yums"April 24, 2011 (2011-04-24)N/A
Corey is in town for a short while and Audrina tries to find time in her busy schedule to be with him.[15] The episode aired outside of primetime.
4"Cheers to the Freakin' Weekend"May 1, 2011 (2011-05-01)0.46[17]
Audrina calls and invites Casey to join her and Lynn in NYC. While Audrina goes to meetings and fittings, she sends Lynn and Casey on some NYC adventures.[16]
5"The Last Supper"May 8, 2011 (2011-05-08)0.67 [20]
Audrina is asked to come in for a business meeting; Casey spends quality time with her husband; Kyle is concerned about the drama at dinner[18][19]
6"Fallout"May 15, 2011 (2011-05-15)0.65[21]
Audrina tries to mediate family drama; Mark and Lynn search for an anniversary ring; Audrina searches for an assistant.[18]
7"Put the Gun Down"May 22, 2011 (2011-05-22)0.63 [22]
Audrina makes an appearance in Las Vegas and does a shoot with Funny or Die; Corey returns to L.A.
8"86 Missed Calls"May 29, 2011 (2011-05-29)0.58 [23]
Audrina and her friends arrive in Palm Beach; Audrina gets polo lessons; model Nic Roldan invites the ladies for drinks; Corey makes an angry phone call.
9"Dump his A..."June 12, 2011 (2011-06-12)0.55[24]
Audrina attends a polo game; Nic and Audrina spend the day together; Lynn helps with a meeting; Audrina and Mark try to fix a rift.
10"Smile for the Camera"June 19, 2011 (2011-06-19)0.53[25]
Audrina and Corey meet to talk; Audrina and Sammy spend the day together; the family gets together.

International airings[edit]

Country / Region Network Premiere
 Netherlands MTV August 21, 2011
 Australia MTV [26] July 2011
 Poland MTV [26] July 3, 2011
 Greece MTV Greece[27] July 7, 2011
 Brazil VH1 Brasil July 2011
 Canada MTV April 21, 2011[28]
 Italy MTV Italia July 2011
 United Kingdom MTV[29] July 5, 2011
 New Zealand MTV[30] July 6, 2011
 Finland MTV Finland[31] August 21, 2011

Critical reception[edit]

John Griffiths of Us Weekly gave the show two stars and wrote, "Sure, siren Audrina Patridge appealed on The Hills. But she fails to yield much reality-star power in this ho-hum series".[32] Brian Lowry of Variety was also negative and wrote, "The whole thing plays like a poor woman's version of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Audrina poses for a bikini calendar near the outset and discusses moving in with her scamp of a younger brother. 'There's never gonna be a dull moment', she says. Based on the first two episodes, I beg to differ".[33]


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