Unreal: Season 1
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Set against the backdrop of the hit dating competition show Everlasting, UnREAL is led by flawed heroine Rachel Goldberg (Shiri Appleby), a young producer whose sole job is to manipulate her relationships with and among the contestants to get the vital dramatic and outrageous footage that the program's dispassionate executive producer, Quinn King (Constance Zimmer), demands. What ensues is an eye-opening look at what happens in the outrageous world of unscripted television, where being a contestant can be vicious and producing it is a whole other reality.
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And yet, what keeps this show so entertaining is that the same characters who we could so easily judge (and we should) for their actions, are also very complex, with great back stories. And they are beautifully acted. Quin and Rachel (Constance Zimmer and Shiri Appleby, respectively) are wonderful, awful, human, totally believable and embodying their parts to the point that one can't take eyes off of them.
It's definitely one of the best shows I've seen lately, and I say that even though the whole time I've kept thinking: 'That world is so horrid!' I can't wait for season 2.
Also, some situations in Unreal are definitely unreal. I know this is Hollywood, I can believe a man might get a BJ from an assistant, I can't believe the producer who manipulates people would date two men at the same time and fall in love with one. Or that the (spoiler alert) British brat who's doing TV to raise money for his winery would charter a private jet and then back down at the last moment. Seriously? Chartering a jet from LA to Paris might cost you $250,000, that's enough to buy a small winery.