After two seasons of digging into everything about The Bachelor franchise and its maniacal manipulation, UnREAL is centering its third season around a woman suitor—a “suitress”—and here is the trailer.
The most beautifully awkward show in the world right now is Date Night Live, a Lifetime series in which (mostly) single people across the country endure the bliss, uncertainty, disappointment and confusion of a blind date, played out in real time.
Jenji Kohan’s latest scripted series, American Princess, which is heading straight to Lifetime, has the most incredible premise for a television show I’ve heard in quite some time.
Your desire to spy on other people’s dates without looking creepy is nothing to be ashamed about. Blame natural human curiosity and loneliness.
Kendall Jenner and the Hadid sisters’ success was bound to inspire the next generation of wannabe models. Now, that new generation is getting its very own show.
Hello, my loooooves! Yolanda Hadid—sacred keeper of Lyme and former Real Housewife of Beverly Hills—will not, as rumored, be joining the cast of Real Housewives of New York to be nearer to her precious model daughters, Gigi and Bella. Instead she’ll be hosting her own modeling competition for momagers and their…
Britney Ever After, Lifetime’s Britney Spears biopic that’s predestined to be awful, includes a dramatic reenactment of her breakup with Justin Timberlake in 2002.
Bum. Bum. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Bum. Bum. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Lifetime’s first teaser-trailer for its Beaches remake is the visual equivalent of a slumber party group sob. There are hugs (so many hugs). There’s a beautiful child with a single tear meandering down her face. There’s ye olde slow-motion run through a hospital corridor.
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.
Ever find yourself watching a home renovation show and thinking, “Damn, wonder where I could get those chevron-striped pillows?” (Marshalls. The answer is always Marshalls.) Struggle no more!
The split of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie that nearly split Hollywood in two has since led to an aftershock on an entirely different battleground, as Page Six is reporting NBC anchor/failed debate moderator Matt Lauer and former coworker/current, uh, freelance journalist (?) Ann Curry are fighting over who will nab…
Lifetime has released a trailer for singer Michel’le’s biopic Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le, about her experience with NWA and her relationships with Dr. Dre and Suge Knight. The movie is intended as a supplement to last year’s NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton, which notably left out the part about Dre’s…
Lifetime’s previously announced biopic of singer Michel’le, Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Me, is set to premiere in October. Billboard.com has a 15-second teaser for it, in which the “Something in My Heart” singer removes a parental advisory sticker from her mouth after title cards read: “Behind the men who changed…
Britney Spears has made so many comebacks, but this most recent one is my favorite by far. She won us over with her crazy Instagram feed, kept us coming back with new accessible pop hits, and now she’s letting us enjoy all her past dramas, difficulties, and breakdowns one more time.
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.
At this point it’s almost boring to question bewildering remakes, simply because there have been so many of them. Nevertheless, here we are: Lifetime is remaking the 1988 tear-jerking classic Beaches, starring Idina Menzel. Hm.
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.”