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Amazon Prime Video has picked up the rights to 'UnReal' series two. The dark comedy is now exclusive to Amazon in the UK, with episodes airing shortly after they're broadcast in the US.

Series one aired on Lifetime last year. That series is now also available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

"We're pleased to be able to bring this celebrated show to Amazon Prime members in the UK and Germany," said Jay Marine, Amazon Prime Video EU vice president.

"Joining Golden Globe winners like 'Mozart in the Jungle', 'Transparent', the forthcoming Clarkson, Hammond and May show 'The Grand Tour', 'Mr Robot', 'Outlander' and many others, 'UnReal' is a great addition to our line-up of TV shows you can't watch anywhere else."

The series follows TV producer Rachel (Shiri Appleby) who is encouraged by her boss Quinn (Constance Zimmer) to do whatever necessary to make their 'Bachelor'-esque TV show more sensationalist and salacious, and hence attract a bigger audience. Warning: depths will be plumbed.

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