Fans of Lifetime’s “UnREAL” still have to wait for season three of the show, which is set to debut in 2018. In the meantime you can watch Shiri in Facebook’s very first series. She appears in the episode “Water Into Wine”.
“STRANGERS, the awesomely lovely web series I made last summer has the great honor of being one of @facebook first series. I’m so proud to be a part of @airmia22 directorial debut, she’s a star filmmaker and I can’t wait to see what she does next. Shout out to the equally talented @celiarowlsonhall who co-directed the episode. #ladybosses 💗 Please check it out – LINK IN PROFILE” (www.facebook.com/StrangersSeries/videos/113985252626884)
It’s a wrap for Shiri Appleby on season three of UnREAL.
Yesterday, the cast and crew of UnREAL finished filming the season three finale in Vancouver. Lifetime has yet to announce the official premiere date of the new season, but the series is expected to return to the network this summer.
In the meantime, check out some photos from the cast and crew that have been shared on Twitter and Instagram over the last few days.
On December 1st, 2016 Shiri posted a photo along with her co-star Brett Gelman on Instagram and announced: “I made a lovely film with this handsome fella @brettgelman this summer and it will now have its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival!! So happy for everyone involved in LEMON 🍋”
Comedian Brett Gelman and director Janicza Bravo co-wrote “Lemon”. The movie first aired at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, January 22nd at 9 PM. A schedule with more screenings is available here.
Shiri plays Ruthie, the sister of the protagonist in the dark comedy.
Her former Roswell guest-star and Dating Rules actor is part of this movie as well. We now know, that the paths of Martin Starr and Shiri Appleby crossed once again when they both were on set of this movie. Judy Greer, Michael Cera, Nia Long, Fred Melamed, Megan Mullally, Gillian Jacobs and Jeff Garlin are also starring.
Isaac Lachmann has seen better days. His acting career is tanking, while his colleagues succeed; his blind girlfriend of 10 years plans to leave him; and his own family singles him out as a constant disappointment at their latest reunion. Even as he takes a chance on new romance, Isaac struggles to define his place in a world that has seemingly turned against him.
Stay tuned for more information about the premiere at this years Sundance Film Festival.