If you managed to make it to the end of the first season of Lifetime’s biting satire UnReal, you already know it ended up being the creepiest story about combining the disparate parts of oneself into a more powerful whole since The Dark Crystal. Created by Marti Noxon and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro and produced by A+E Studios, UnReal is a black comedy look at the chaos on set of the production of a fictitious dating competition program, “Everlasting”. Placing particular emphasis on the messed up personalities of the show’s producers played by Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer, and on the extreme lengths they go to create on and offscreen drama, the critically acclaimed series went to some truly dark places during its initial 10-episode run last summer. Fans can count on more of that when it returns for a second season at 10 PM on June 6. See a glimpse of that in the trailer above.
‘UnReal’ Season 2 Trailer: “We Killed Somebody, Didn’t We?”
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