Just in case you’ve been living under a rock and missed the first season of UnReal, get yourself caught up and then brace yourself for season two.
Like any actual reality program, I love what feels real about it and what’s unreal about it drives me nuts. I can’t marathon it because it makes me physically tired to watch — but before you think I mean that in a bad way, I mean it like when you enjoy a nice steak dinner. You wouldn’t want more than one in a night because it makes you feel so heavy and gross.
Yes, I love this show because too much of it makes me feel heavy and gross.
“UnReal” burst on to the TV scene last year like a bawdy, caffeine-fueled rocket, and in short order, the Lifetime drama won kudos and loyal fans by providing a riveting and unpredictable look at the behind-the-scenes drama at a dating show called “Everlasting.” Shiri Appleby played Rachel, a feminist who had doubts about almost every……