One of my favorite scripted shows last year was Lifetime’s UnReal, which used the setting of a Bachelor-like show to satirize reality television and tell soapy stories starring two strong female protagonists.
When it returned for a second season, the show had lots its way, and the first season seemed like a distant memory. I wrote about that, and my review was cited in a Variety Q&A with UnReal’s creators.
Read the story, and let me know what you think, of my take and season two:
- UnReal season two fails, as a drama and reality TV satire
A review of season two of Lifetime’s UnReal, which has lost its way in season two, and instead has become just like the worst of reality TV.