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Television PopWrapped | Television

Another 'UnReal' Disappointment: The Season 3 Date

Mary Kiser | PopWrapped Author

Mary Kiser

Staff Writer
06/13/2017 8:55 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Another 'UnReal' Disappointment: The Season 3 Date | UnReal
Media Courtesy of Lifetime

Remember Rachel and Quinn? Yeah, I still remember them, too.

Regardless of what critics have said about the show UnReal, Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer are the bomb. Even their characters were damn near perfect. However, because of last season's spotty direction, people were left in shock and disappointment. Hell, even I felt a little empty on the inside. The Lifetime series could've crumbled, but, with badass bosses like Shiri and Constance, UnReal could only go up.

Unfortunately, the show's still laying down a solid foundation. Instead of premiering this summer, UnReal will debut in early 2018.

 

So the bad news is that Rachel and Quinn will be gone from our lives until the start of the New Year. However, the good news really outweighs the bad. Since Season 2 was a flop, Season 3 may come back with a vengeance. Knowing the leading ladies, they're bound to spice up the show, add to the drama, and ruffle the feathers of their show's contestants. 

"It's really more about her journey and her relationship with Rachel and Quinn, and how they feel about creating a life for this businesswoman," UnReal's creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro says in an interview. Basically, the next season will have a more defined focus than the previous one, so, in the words of Sarah herself, "hot dudes" and "feminism" will reign supreme.

Now that's girl power gone right.

Unlike the first two seasons, the upcoming one will feature a bachelorette (Caitlin FitzGerald), a woman with an esteemed career, who has her pick of a variety of men. She better watch out, though. Rachel and Quinn are about women empowerment, but they're still cutthroat. 

Team Rainn until the end, baby. 


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