Following a lukewarm Season 2 featuring the show’s first black suitor, UnREAL will cast a woman as the lead in its fictional, Bachelor-like reality show-within-a-show.
Season 2 of UnREAL had almost as many exhausting storylines as Empire and felt more like a soap than a show tucked in a show about a real-life dating show. Altogether, it made for a cluster-fuck of a season, at times more overwrought than it was enjoyable, though definitely not at all devoid of drama.
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.…
Speaking on a panel at the Paley Center, Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer—UnReal’s Rachel and Quinn, revealed that Season 2 of the Lifetime series is about to tear the two apart. “I didn’t think we could go this dark,” said Zimmer, ominously.
UnREAL’s production bosses Quinn and Rachel are back to running their fictional reality dating show and, based on the trailer, the general concept for Season 2 is “money, dick, power.”
After revealing recently that the second season of Everlasting, the reality television show featured on UnREAL, would star a black man in the Bachelor-esque leading role, the producers of the show have now announced that B.J. Britt has been cast.
Season 2 of Lifetime’s unexpectedly great series UnREAL will do what the real-life Bachelor has strangely never done, and feature a black bachelor.
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…
It’s hot, you’re here, Shade Court is in session—let’s get to this.
Fresh off the latest season of The Bachelorette that yet again delivered some solid ratings (up from last year!), someone’s a little bizarrely defensive, and that someone is franchise host Chris Harrison.
When our children’s children undoubtably take a look back at the shows we consumed circa 2015, they’ll see UnREAL, a new television show premiering on Lifetime Monday night—perfectly timed, you’ll see, to air right after The Bachelor finishes—as a show that couldn’t have been made at any other point in television…
According to this Craigslist posting, VH1 is casting a reality show wherein vain, obnoxious people can nominate their best friends for "the gift of a makeover with PLASTIC SURGERY so that both of you can rock the town together."