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Its premise was originated with Liz Gateley, while Tony Di Santo served as the executive producer.
The series was originally narrated by Lauren Conrad as she completed her senior year of high school.
Additionally, Conrad was offered and accepted a role on a spin-off series titled, The Hills in which, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the fashion industry.
During the third season, Tessa Keller is established as the series' new narrator and lead position, who is involved in a turbulent relationship with Derek Le Bon.
Despite preferring to remain single during her senior year, Cavallari wished to continue her friendship with Colletti, though the latter faced difficulty coming to terms with their changed dynamic.
Shortly after, Torriero developed romantic feelings for both Cavallari and Cole, though both women were uninterested in beginning a relationship with him.
Johnson and his band Open Air Stereo eventually sign a recording contract with Epic Records.
Meanwhile, Smith finds herself in an on-again/off-again relationship with Cameron Brinkman.
However, after an incident during the halftime show of Super Bowl XXXVIII briefly exposed the breast of performer Janet Jackson, the school board questioned if the network, who produced the event, held the care necessary to operate in an academic setting.
By the conclusion of the season, all students had graduated high school, and departed the series before production of the third season began.
Consequentially, the program was revamped to showcase an entirely new group of current students.
In its series premiere, Laguna Beach first introduces Lauren Conrad, who with friends Lo Bosworth, Stephen Colletti, Morgan Olsen, Trey Phillips, and Christina Schuller was completing her senior year at Laguna Beach High School.
Younger students Kristin Cavallari and Talan Torriero were shown to be finishing their junior year.
Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County received moderately favorable reviews from critics, and has been recognized as a "guilty pleasure" by several media outlets.