Season 3 Trailer for UnREAL Introduces Their Bachelorette
"I thought women were dramatic."
UnREAL just dropped a trailer and air date for season 3, and show’s behind-the-scenes look at reality television looks as vicious as ever. While the second season was met with some mixed reviews, notably in the show’s stumbles in trying to talk about race, the third season turns back to the show’s strong point—the relationship between Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer’s Rachel and Quinn. The difference this time is the addition of another formidable female player.
The trailer gives us a look at Caitlin Fitzgerald as Serena, the Bachelorette character whose wits and cleverness will be hard for producers Rachel and Quinn to manipulate. She’s smart; we can’t handle her the same way,” says Rachel. Freddie Stroma as season 1’s Adam is making a return as well, no doubt with some resentment about the whole being-left-at-the-altar thing. Fights, shirtlessness, and manipulation ensue. Oh, and someone’s man-bun gets cut off.
Screenrant also points out that this season includes quite a few female directors, including Zimmer herself, Gertrude Shapiro, Hanelle M. Culpepper, and Sheree Folkson. It’s good to hear that a show about women making television is as committed to putting them behind the camera.
UnREAL returns February 26th, are you going to be tuning in?
(via Buzzfeed, image: screencap)
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