Screening followed by a Q&A with Constance Zimmer.
Moderated by Jessica Radloff, Glamour.
In season 3 of Lifetime’s critically-acclaimed series UnREAL (#UnREALTV) from A+E Studios Caitlin FitzGerald (Masters of Sex, Rectify) takes the reins as Everlasting's female "suitress," Serena. Determined to have her pick of eager male suitors, Serena will face off with Everlasting’s queen bees, producers Rachel Goldberg (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn King (Emmy-nominee Constance Zimmer) who are shaking things up, all for the sake of ratings. The ladies will be tempted more than ever when they're surrounded by hot new suitors including Bart Edwards (Peep Show, Fantastic Beast), Alex Hernandez (Chicago Med), Adam Demos (Aboriginal Heart, Cooped Up) and Alex Sparrow (Russia’s Bachelor & Dancing with the Stars).
In following Lifetime’s Broad Focus initiative, season three of UnREAL has an impressive roster of female directors including Appleby and co-creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro returning and Zimmer making her directorial debut. Hanelle M. Culpepper (“Empire,” “Quantico”) and Sheree Folkson (“Decoy Bride,” “Doctor Who”) also join as directors.
Constance Zimmer has displayed great versatility as an actress throughout her career, well-known for playing a number of standout characters in notable projects. Zimmer was nominated for an Emmy and won a 2016 Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series category for her role on UnREAL, which has also garnered a Peabody, an AFI honor and a Gotham Award. Zimmer was recently seen on TBS’ “Angie Tribeca,” FX’s “Better Things” and she was featured in third season of Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”
For six seasons, Zimmer played the role of “Dana Gordon” on HBO’s critically acclaimed series “Entourage.” She reprised this role when Warner Bros. released the “Entourage” film on the big screen in 2015. Zimmer was also seen starring in the first and second season of the Netflix Emmy® nominated original series “House of Cards,” executive produced by David Fincher, and she recently returned on season four. Zimmer also had a recurring role on HBO’s Golden Globe-nominated series “The Newsroom,” executive produced by Aaron Sorkin. Additionally, she has voiced characters on Cartoon Network’s animated series, “Transformers: Robots in Disguise,” as well as the Netflix animated series “BoJack Horseman.”
Zimmer was a series lead on ABC’s “Boston Legal,” created by David E. Kelley, which earned her a SAG Award nomination and had recurring roles on the IFC series “Maron,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “The New Adventures of Old Christine.” She also guest starred on “Seinfeld” and the sitcom “Ellen.”
We are screening episode - "Recurrent"