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But it’s also a series committed to depicting characters who engage in some awful human behavior, without losing sight of their inherent humanity.A show about all the dark depraved thoughts and feelings that haunt us all, as we seek any sort of connection, romantic or otherwise. Sometimes, it’s hard to be sure how real anything is in this world.In the first two episodes made available for review by Lifetime, that choice has given the show a rich buffet of material.Despite Rachel’s oft-proclaimed beliefs that by showcasing a black lead, they have an opportunity to “change the world,” she and her fellow “Everlasting” producers have no interest in playing the PC angle.

Yes, “Un REAL” is about a reality dating show, in which girls in pretty dresses fight for true love.Michelle Faye/Lifetime Metaphorical blood (for now), but that doesn’t mean wounds aren’t inflicted.For one thing, Chet (Craig Bierko) is back with a new life philosophy copied straight from a MRA manifesto.Also, without revealing any spoilers, Episode 2 introduces a major new player at the end, and I’m eager to see how that affects the never-ending power struggles of “Un REAL” in the episodes that follow.Also, it was revealed months ago that “Un REAL” would throw a major twist into this season’s action: bringing a black suitor to a dating competition (something that, in the real world, the big dating show franchises have never done).

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