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All you have to do is throw cameras at people, and they pretty much do anything.I was really happy when the show came around because it was exactly what I was talking about.” Although having cameras present makes people act a little differently, a big part of why reality TV shows are full of so much drama is the manipulation by the producers and directors. Lifetime’s newest scripted series exposes the manipulation that goes on behind-the-scenes to keep the drama alive on a popular dating show. Without a doubt, there’s something fascinating about reality TV that makes us tune in and catch the latest episode each week.
“So I rewrote my thesis paper to show how reality TV shows would be illegal if they were done in psychological experiments.
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So that's gonna be different, » - Maggie Parker [This interview discusses spoilers for the second season finale of “Un REAL,” “Friendly Fire.” Do not read if you have not watched the episode.]Following a season where Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) were even more ruthless than usual — and an Emmy nomination for both the show’s writers and Zimmer — Lifetime’s “Un REAL” finished its second season Monday night with a cliffhanger worthy of soap opera: a big, messy car crash with Coleman (Michael Rady) and Yael (Monica Barbaro), just as they were on their way to spread the news of “Everlasting’s” misdeeds.
My Josh had gone off on tour and was playing hard to get. I just want to know where we stand because if not, I might try to pursue something with John.’ Probably a year into our marriage.
Josh Kelly: It is a scripted drama, kind of a dramedy, about behind-the-scenes on a reality dating show.