Mental health and TV: Awareness is rising, and it’s great

I’ve noticed that a lot of television shows lately have focused on some form of mental health issues, and it’s making TV a whole lot better.

‘UnREAL’ season 2 finale review: I would do anything for love

The UnREAL season 2 finale saw Rachel and Quinn teaming up again to take their show to an entirely new level.

‘UnReal’ 2×09 review: Even ‘The Bachelorette’ doesn’t help

UnReal season 2 may be disappointing, but nothing sent shivers down my spine quite like hearing, “Three hour Bachelorette finale.”

‘UnReal’ 2×08 review: Everything’s coming up Coleman

UnReal 2×08 digs itself even deeper into trouble, but did leave us with one surprise — we’re suddenly starting to see Coleman’s side.

Facing reality: ‘UnReal’ season 2 has lost its magic

UnReal season 2 is experiencing a Rachel in paradise style meltdown. Unfortunately, there is no ratings boost at the end for this Lifetime show.

‘UnReal’ 2×07 review: The fairytale is over

UnReal season 2, episode 7 finds out the hard way that some moments cannot be fixed with the wave of a producer’s hand.

‘UnReal’ 2×06 review: The kid’s not alright

UnReal season 2, episode 6, “Casualty,” cannot find a healthy balance between what is working both behind the scenes and on camera.

‘UnReal’ 2×05 review: Rachel tug of war

UnReal season 2, episode 5, “Infiltration,” saw several shifts in power as several major players vied for Rachel’s loyalty.

‘UnReal’s’ Hot Rachel is definitely an undercover reporter

What would mess with the already out of control behind the scenes team of UnReal? How about a reporter posing as a contestant?