She may be the star of a show that makes its money by spoofing reality shows, but that doesn't mean The Bold and the Beautiful alum Kim Matula (ex-Hope Logan) actually likes reality shows. In fact, it's quite the opposite.
The actress -- who stars as Tiffany in the second season of Lifetime's drama UnReal, which chronicles the jaw-dropping, behind-the-scenes foolery of a fictional Bachelor-like dating show called Everlasting -- reveals to Dispatch.com that she dislikes reality TV, purely on principle.
"I'm not incredibly pleased with the popularity of reality shows," Matula states. "As an actor, I want there to be lots of scripted shows -- and I want them to be really well-written scripted shows."
That being said, she admits she couldn't help but fall in love with UnReal, which could convince viewers that the behind-the-scenes shenanigans of shows like Survivor, The Voice, and The Bachelor are just as toxic as its on-screen antics.
"We definitely have an exaggerated take on a reality TV show," Matula says. "But from what I've heard, it's not too terribly far off the mark... I watched the first episode and got hooked!"
For more from Matula on her UnReal role, including details about Tiffany's future, check out the original article here.
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