Where We Left Off: Coleman (Michael Rady), the documentary-filmmaker-turned-reality-tv-producer who wooed Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and also tried to talk her into selling her friends on "Everlasting" down the river in exchange for her own project, was unceremoniously fired in the Season 2 finale. The only reason Rachel and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) pulled off this master move was because they found out he had hired extras to play the roles of sex trafficking victims in his award-winning documentary. They're not totally rid of him and his machinations to bring down the show yet -- the last we saw of him, he was plotting with Rachel's ex Jeremy (who was fired for assaulting Rachel) and Yael, an undercover reporter, to bring the show down. Yet as Coleman and Yael were speeding off to expose the show, their car was involved in an accident and it is unclear if they survived. If they live to tell their tale, Rachel, Quinn and Chet (Craig Bierko) might lose their jobs and do serious time for their misdeeds.
The Scoop: In Season 3, "Everlasting" returns with a Suitress, aka unREAL's version of a Bachelorette. In this exclusive Season 3 image, fans meet Caitlin FitzGerald as Serena. A self-proclaimed feminist, the brilliant, wealthy and beautiful Serena is playing a game that not even Quinn and Rachel can figure out. Things get so out of hand on the first night of filming that we'll get to see an "Everlasting" first: TV Guide can exclusively reveal that Quinn and Rachel find themselves with a runaway Suitress (and one sexy contestant she convinces to go with her) on their hands! Considering Quinn's job is on the line, the night goes from bad to worse. Have the women producing "Everlasting" finally met their match?
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