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The goal of , and focus on the people who create and produce it.
That mainly means producer Rachel Goldberg (Shiri Appleby), who will do anything to manipulate the contestants and edit their lives into "good television," and Quinn King (Constance Zimmer) (both pictured above), the executive producer and Rachel's never-satisfied boss.
"Most viewers have very little sympathy for people on reality TV shows," says Noxon. ' "But they really have very little idea what goes on between what they say and what goes on TV - if the producer decides, for instance, that they should come off as the villain.
They don't really know what they signed up for, because they have no control over what goes on the air.
You know when someone’s clean sober but clearly something’s up in their head? Look, I’m skinny, everything’s good.’ ” -like dating show run by Quinn (Constance Zimmer) and Rachel (Shiri Appleby) — he spent season one trying to move on from Rachel, only to reunite with her and hit her in a moment of rage in season 2.
That would be an exercise in madness, because it would be pretty much impossible to find lengths more absurd than the ones to which those shows already routinely go.
Chet is self-centered, self-destructive and generally rotten but skilled. One flaw Rachel and Quinn do not have, however, says Noxon, is self-delusion. They're both 'speak your mind, consequences be damned.' They're openly cynical and for people who do that kind of TV, that's funny, too." The other source of humor, naturally, is the contestants. Britt) (above), a pro football player who hopes being on the show will help clean up his tarnished image.
"One of the things that's funny about the show is that the characters are true to themselves," she says. The prize in the first season was Adam Cromwell (Freddie Stroma), a narcissistic British playboy. Plus a bevy of neurotic women vying for their favor.
Airing a show live nowadays is a huge task, and what I loved was Lifetime caught on very quickly. People can’t watch just one episode because it is that kind of show — what’s going to happen next? And so I think that when they realized that we’re in a different time and people are watching things differently — when they released those first four episodes — I was like, “Oh my gosh.
This is bigger than I think we had ever anticipated or had ever hoped for.” Because once those were released, people were hooked. They did not want to do the Kleenex of the week movie anymore. But it is one those things– BIERKO: I didn’t know she was this good.