Chris Harrison hasn't watched much of the Lifetime series "UnREAL," but what little he's seen he deemed "not very realistic," he said in a conversation with HuffPost Live on Monday.
"I've seen one scene of it," Harrison told host Nancy Redd. "I turned it on for two seconds. I was flipping through and I saw this girl run out and yell, 'Stop the roll' or 'Hold the roll' -- some movie term, I guess, that they yell in movies -- and then I just was done with the show."
"I was like, 'OK, well, it's not very realistic,' so I quit watching," he added, while reaffirming that he's only seen "that one moment" from the show.
The rigorous shooting schedules for "The Bachelor" franchise don't leave the new "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" host with an abundance of time for television, regardless of his opinion of it.
"I don't get to like-watch anything, much less hate-watch," Harrison said. "I don't have time for that."
Harrison previously told Variety that "UnREAL" is "really terrible" and that "at the end of the day, no one is watching [it]." His comments didn't rattle series co-creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro, however, who told Us Weekly that the show's staff was just "glad he [Harrison] saw it."
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