Dating in your 2039s
Not necessarily likable, because that’s not really what we cared about.
It was more about being relatable, and making sure that she’s a person, and she’s really good at her job.
The rowdy cast and creators of the Lifetime scripted series "Un Real" opened up about the show’s first season and where they’ll go next during a Paley Center panel on Thursday.
Wood floors throughout 1968 square foot main floor!"We have talked a lot about a Faith spin-off," said co-creator and executive producer Marti Noxon.The cast and producers also addressed "Bachelor" host Chris Harrison’s recent comments that their show is "really terrible," with Constance Zimmer noting that Harrison’s apparent hatred of the show is "completely flattering." In another stand-out moment, Noxon jumped in to interrupt actor Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman for the sake of political correctness.On creating Constance Zimmer’s calculating character, Quinn: I’d be way too terrified to have created that.There definitely were many conversations about making sure that Quinn was relatable.
Anyone who's no stranger to online dating or the hell on Earth that is dating apps, will know there are certain things someone can write on their profile that just instantly turn you off.