Monday, 10 p.m., Lifetime
The season finale of “UnREAL” comes as the storyline reaches a low point for the characters involved in the reality show “Everlasting.” In Episode 6, the show’s executive producer, Rachel Goldberg (Shiri Appleby) set up the show’s African-American bachelor, Darius Beck (B.J. Britt), to be arrested for stealing a car. Last week, Rachel fed contestant Yael (Monica Barbaro) bad sushi and locked all the doors to the bathrooms on the set, ensuring she would lose control of her bowels. In the meantime, ousted showrunner Coleman Wasserman (Michael Rady) has been gathering evidence to blackmail Rachel’s co-executive producer Quinn King (Constance Zimmer) and bring down the series.
Rady, 34, spoke to The Post about how things will shake out on the Lifetime drama.
What was Coleman’s job title on “Everlasting”?
He showed up to a machine that was misfiring and not running on all cylinders. He’s a smart man politically and socially. He was playing all the cards he was dealt with to get the machine functioning properly again instead of pushing them to the side.
Who is the meanest person on “Everlasting”?
It’s a toss-up between Quinn and Rachel. They both have deep, deep personality disorders. I would probably say Quinn is the meanest person. She can manipulate Rachel.
Of the trio Quinn, Rachel and Coleman, who is the most dangerous character?
Hmm … I think I’d say Rachel. She’s such a wild card. She can be so calculating and then so completely spinning off into the stratosphere emotionally. Rachel has feral-cat instincts and metric tons of emotional damage.
Rachel has feral-cat instincts and metric tons of emotional damage.
How did Coleman come up with the plan to hack into Rachel’s phone?
He’s trying to do anything he can to build his side of the story. He’s well aware of what Quinn is capable of. He sees her as his archnemesis. He needs to hear what has gone down from the horse’s mouth.
Does Coleman really want to end the run of “Everlasting”? Or does he just want to destroy Quinn?
Both. This stupid, insipid show is her life and she’s set on ruining every aspect of everyone else’s life. He wants to decimate her life’s work.
Has there been any one scene that’s shocked you when you read it on page?
The cops asking Darius to pull over, with the two girls in the back of the car. Just the way that scene escalates. I thought they wrote that so effectively. How unfortunate that whole thing was.
Can the finale really top last week’s episode?
They had a really beautiful woman s–t her pants. It’s pretty tough to top that. We’re at such a caustic moment. Things need a resolution and there is some.
Are you on the show next year?
Thursday, 10 p.m., FX
Gigi (Elizabeth Gillies) tries to manage as Johnny’s (Denis Leary) charity anthem catches on. Flash (John Corbett) makes another big decision. Rehab (John Ales) is upset with his contribution to “Feast” as rehearsals begin.
Wednesday, 10 p.m., USA
Mr. Robot (Christian Slater) shows Elliot (Rami Malek), who’s now an FBI hacker, he can be useful. Darlene (Carly Chaikin) and Angela’s (Portia Doubleday) plan doesn’t go as hoped. Co-starring Grace Gummer as Dom.
Sunday, 6 p.m., Discovery Family Channel
No train station has more tracks and platforms than New York City’s Grand Central Terminal (below). Get rare access behind the world’s largest Tiffany glass clock — 14-feet in diameter. The show will also answer such burning questions as why Nazi spies tried to gain access to Grand Central’s basement during World War II. And if it’s true there’s a secret train track for only US presidents to use.
Tuesday, 8:45 p.m., A&E
The couples get advice from a relationship expert before they go off on their honeymoons. Also: Sonia and Nick address their insecurities; Heather and Derek learn about each other’s habits; and Tom tries to keep a secret from Lillian. (Maybe it’s that he lives in an RV.)
Saturday, 9 p.m., STARZ
Lily Tomlin has one of her best roles as Elle, an acerbic septuagenarian poet who is drawn back into the lives of her workaholic daughter (Marcia Gay Harden) and teenage granddaughter (Julia Garner) when the latter asks for help in dealing with an unplanned pregnancy. Sam Elliott has a great cameo as Elle’s ex. With Laverne Cox (“Orange Is the New Black”) and Elizabeth Peña in one her last roles.
Sunday, 9 p.m., HBO
Now that Nas (Riz Ahmed) turned down the chance to plead to a lesser crime for a shorter sentence, the prosecution goes in for the kill. Det. Box (Bill Camp) pieces together Nas’ whereabouts on the night of the murder. John Stone (John Turturro) turns up another suspect while researching the history of the house where the dead girl was found.
Sunday, 9 p.m., Showtime
Ray (Liev Schreiber) turns to an old opponent (Hank Azaria) to get Mickey (Jon Voight) out of prison. Later, Ray’s efforts to unearth a long-buried scandal lead to an unexpected confrontation with a slick Hollywood agent and the Texan (Stacy Keach), a former fixer of Ezra’s who bears more than a passing resemblance to Ray himself. With Eddie Marsan.
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