Hulu's dumping of UnReal's fourth and final season makes sense now because it's pretty bad
"Every time you think the show—Everlasting, UnReal, or both—has gone as low as it possibly can, it somehow sinks even deeper," says Gwen Ihnat. "This is an all-star, co-ed season of Everlasting that kicks off with 'Hump Or Dump,' in which the men rate their female counterparts by their looks, and dump them into a muddy pond if they’re found lacking. Hulu’s similar dumping of these final episodes, just a few months after season three, makes a lot more sense now." ALSO: Creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro says UnReal was essentially a Hulu show because few were watching on Lifetime.
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