UnREAL (2015– )
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Reality shows are often full of drama, but in the case of dating show "Everlasting," there may be more drama behind the scenes than there is in front of the camera. Executive producer Quinn... See full summary »

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... Rachel Goldberg
... Chet Wilton
... Jay Carter
... Madison
... August Walker
... Jasper Hunt
... Graham
... Serena Wolcott
... Owen Boyd
... Jeremy Caner
... Alexi Petrov
... Quinn King
... Gary
... Dr. Simon
... Norman
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Reality shows are often full of drama, but in the case of dating show "Everlasting," there may be more drama behind the scenes than there is in front of the camera. Executive producer Quinn commands her staff to get dramatic and outrageous footage for the show, which forces young producer Rachel to manipulate the relationships among the contestants to get the show's final cut to match Quinn's vision of it. As the show's featured singles look for their dream mates, staff members deal with their own romantic predicaments behind the scenes.

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Hate to admit it
28 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

But I love this show. Season Three has legs. Great writing and cast. Direction with a keen eye and ear for how Angelenos speak, dress and behave. Or maybe the direction sucks, who knows? Because the writers and actors already know who and what they are portraying. They are flaying the seamy, but not infrequently hilarious, horrid and enlightening underbelly of the devilish hog that is Hollywood. They know these are the moves, the attitudes, the Great Way of Babylon. And they make it funny, and also, at turns, sickeningly real. That's some pretty good irony there, given the series title.

As I said, I hate to admit lines like these are hilarious:

"Oh wait. Does his daughter have cancer? " "No cancer." "Oh damn it!"

It's unreal and yet, it works so well given what we know about how show business really is today, already. It's horrible, its unreal, and what's a bunch of top-knotch pros in TV in LA to do in this work environment? Simple really: produce Unreal. Best therapy for the Real Hollywood blues.


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