"Everlasting" is going to look very different on the next season of UnReal.
"You won't only have two strong female leads, but we're going to add a third one," Zimmer said, before quipping to Appleby, "I wonder how many of the 25 men you get together with and Quinn will get together with."
This summer, UnReal pushed the envelope by making the "Everlasting" suitor a black male — something The Bachelor has never done. While we already have The Bachelorette in real life, we're sure that UnReal will be sparking some new controversy by having 25 men being produced into ridiculous stunts.
"We're so excited and looking forward to it. I think it will be great to add another strong female to the mix, someone to really battle with Quinn and Rachel," Appleby told Entertainment Tonight after the Facebook Live chat. "And then, put them in an environment with all of these men and see how they react."
Check out the full interview.
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UnReal returns to Lifetime in 2017.