Although they are obviously biased, the likes of Spencer Matthews and co-star Jamie Laing describe the upcoming series - which starts on Monday 14 October - as "the best" and "epic".
Spencer and Jamie left the screening with pal Stevie Johnson, and were careful not to let any plot details slip to waiting photographers...
But they did take to Twitter to share their excitement.
Spencer wrote: "Just seen Ep.1 of series 6 of #MadeInChelsea... Best one yet by far..."
While Jamie cranked up the excitement by posting: "Jesus, Not going to lie. That was the best episode of Made In Chelsea I have ever seen. F*ck me that was epic! This season is off the chain."
Fran Newman-Young and Lucy Watson also attended the screening, despite disliking each other.
Fran took to the social networking site to describe the series as "genuinely the best yet. You guys have a lot to look forward to", while Lucy shared: "First ep is pretty intense... Not long to wait now."
Friends Binky Felstead, Alex Mytton and Cheska Hull also left the comforts of Chelsea to attend the screening at the Soho Hotel in central London.
Alex, who enjoyed a brief fling with Lucy in the last series, wrote: "First ep of new series is intense! #imnotlookinggreat."
Binky simply used one word to describe it: "GLORIOUS."
The sixth series will be the first without Millie Manderson neé MacKintosh and Ollie Locke, who both announced they were leaving earlier this year.
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Watch the trailer for the new episode of Made In Chelsea: