The show explores the drama behind the scenes of a popular dating reality series. The cast includes Shiri Appleby, B.J. Britt, Craig Bierko, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Josh Kelly, Brennan Elliott, and Amy Hill.
In the interview, Zimmer said the Coleman/Yael twist from the season two finale shocked her:
Oh, the Coleman and Yael situation, for sure. That to me was like, “Wait, are you joking?! How are we going to do that? And what’s going to happen after we do that?”
She added that the characters will feel the consequences of the finale next season:
This is also what’s interesting about the way it ends: All four of those characters, they’re a really, really f–ked up family, if you want to look at them that way, and it shows you that they’re all just as evil [as each other]. It’s not just Quinn and Rachel. This is where I sit here and defend my character, but ultimately, I didn’t do it, and neither did Rachel. If you want to put it under a magnifying glass, we didn’t ask anybody to do that. It’s going to be interesting, though, how it affects them emotionally next season.
Somehow, somebody has to get in trouble. I don’t know how that’s going to happen or if that’s going to happen, but we have to have consequences for our actions.”
UnREAL has already been renewed for a third season.
What do you think? Do you watch UnREAL? Were you shocked by the season two finale?