Set against the backdrop of the hit dating competition show Everlasting, UnREAL is led by flawed heroine Rachel Goldberg, a young producer whose sole job is to manipulate her relationships with, and among, the contestants to get the vital dramatic and outrageous footage that the program's dispassionate executive producer, Quinn King, demands. What ensues is an eye-opening look at what happens in the outrageous world of unscripted television, where being a contestant can be vicious and being a producer a whole other reality.
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Rachel helps Serena navigate the home stretch and narrow the suitors down to two at Chet's lifetime achievement gala. However, clashing opinions cause a public fight and Quinn's plan to take down Gary takes a turn.
Rachel confronts her mother while Serena gets ambushed someone from her past, threatening her relationships with the remaining contestants. Chet struggles with Gary's offer.
In the Hometown Date episode, Rachel pushes Serena to make a choice which sends her down a path of uncertainty. To Rachel's horror, Quinn pulls a dangerous stunt which forces Serena to save the day. Chet gets a tempting proposition from Gary.
Under the watchful eye of Dr. Simon, Rachel attempts to help her father come off his medication, forcing her to make a painful decision. Jay delivers difficult news regarding his new show. Quinn and Chet take matters into their own hands with two of the contestants, making Everlasting gold.
Quinn and Jay's new show pitch to Gary doesn't go as planned, driving a fuming Quinn to pull the ultimate power play. Rachel confronts her father about her past and rescues him from her mother's control. Serena finds out about a contestant's secret while Jay's arrangement with Alexi becomes even riskier than before.
A reporter looking to expose Everlasting's secrets leaves Rachel with no other choice but to come clean to Serena. After Quinn approves Jay's idea for a new show, he must make a potentially dangerous deal with one of the contestants. Rachel revisits a trauma from her dark past and uncovers distressing news.
A patriarchal group date infuriates Serena, who refuses to heed Chet's advice on how women should act any longer. After discovering a big secret that Quinn has been hiding, Rachel opens up about her past to Dr. Simon while one of the contestants reveals the real reason why he came on the show.
After a poker game with the contestants leaves Serena the sore winner, Chet decides to teach her how to be the woman that all men want to marry. Quinn makes a connection with one of the contestants after meeting Chet's new swimsuit model girlfriend.
In a desperate attempt to keep Everlasting afloat following the PR nightmare of the previous season, Quinn brings Rachel back from self-imposed "exile." Together they must manage Serena, a Silicon Valley mogul and this season's suitress.
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In the second-season finale, Quinn's plans for the remaining two contestants could be foiled by an unexpected turn of events. Meanwhile, Rachel stands up to Coleman just as his plot to expose the show begins to unfold.
Coleman tries to coerce Rachel into helping him destroy Quinn and the show, but Rachel has her own plan. Meanwhile, Darius and Jay join forces to ensure their ideal contestants make it to the finale; and Quinn receives perspective-changing news.