'UnREAL' Set To Return To Lifetime For Season 2 This Summer

Bring on the drama.

"UnREAL," one of our favorite shows to debut in 2015, is set to return to Lifetime for its second season this summer. According to a press release from the network, production is set to begin in March. 

Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer will reprise their respective roles as reality TV producers Rachel Goldberg and Quinn King.

When we left the two at the end of Season 1, they'd succeeded in sabotaging "Everlasting," the "Bachelor-"like reality series the show revolves around. Rachel and Quinn came away from the season with no one but each other

"I love you. You know that, right?" Rachel told Quinn.

"I love you, too ... weirdo," Quinn responded. 

Come Season 2, we're sure to see just as much (or maybe more) controversy unravel on the "Everlasting" set.  

For starters, the fictitious reality show casts its first-ever black bachelor, Darius Hill. We'll also get a slew of new suitors, including Yael, an "upscale hipster," Tiffany, "a daddy’s girl and football player’s dream" and Ruby, a contestant described as being "shrewd." "Everlasting" will get a new producer named Coleman, as well.

Also returning for Season 2 are Craig Bierko as Chet, Josh Kelly as Jeremy and Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman as Jay. 

And for those of you who've yet to watch the great first season, it will be available for streaming on Hulu starting Feb. 3, which means you'll have plenty of time to catch up before the show returns.  

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