'I Feel Like God': UnReal's Season 2 Premiere Pulls Off Being Cleverly Offensive

By the time Rachel calls action on Season 2 of UnReal’s fictional dating show Everlasting, she’s already found her villain, set the groundwork for a pair of nemeses and made the new girl in production cry and vomit in a matter of seconds. The diabolical (and this time, racially motivated) ratings push has begun.…

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Manson's Lost Girls Depicts the Dangerous Charisma of America's Most Famous Cult Leader

I first saw previews of Manson’s Lost Girls during Christmas while watching another Lifetime movie starring Ashanti as an evil department store manager; laughably, the vintage effects made it look as if the scenes had been run through at least three different Instagram filters. At the same time, it was exciting. How…

The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story Was Surprisingly Un-Scandalous

I wasn’t sure what to expect from the The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story. While there were plenty of trashy plotlines throughout the series’ seven seasons —evil alter egos, cults, murder plots and stolen babies—I couldn’t recall the show actually having an offscreen villain, à la Beverly Hills, 90210’s Shannen…

Lifetime's Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 Movie Is Cheesy, Nostalgic & Awesome

Just in time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of hit ‘90s teen soap opera Beverly Hills, 90210, Lifetime debuted the latest addition to their biopic series with The Unauthorized Beverly Hills, 90210 Story. As a dedicated Lifetime viewer and 90210 fan, I pulled out my old pair of glow-in-the-dark Dylan McKay boxers…

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The UnREAL Finale: A Beautifully Depicted World of 'Manipulating Sluts'

When UnREAL, Lifetime’s show placed on the set of a Bachelor-esque show, launched, it was lauded for its wholly real depiction of the behind-the-scenes machinations the producers of reality television shows take part in to make the most captivating television possible. But as the series went on, it became less about…