In a surprise move on Monday, July 16, UnREAL season 4 appeared in its entirety on Hulu. And while the unannounced drop is a treat for viewers, it’s also bittersweet, as the show confirmed that this season will be its last.

“I’m thrilled UnREAL has found a new home with Hulu for our final season,” Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, who plays Jay in the comedy-drama, told Vulture. The show made the move from Lifetime to the streaming service back in May, just one month after season 3 ended.

“Fans can enjoy the brilliant insanity of our show complete with the nail-biting binge-worthy experience they deserve. Everyone involved is so pleased with the way we’ve wrapped up these characters’ stories, and I’m sure the audience will be just as satisfied.”

Season 4 of the dark reality-TV sendup will follow Rachel (Shiri Appleby) and Quinn (Constance Zimmer) as they return to their faux-reality dating show Everlasting for a Bachelor In Paradise-style “all-stars” season, bringing together old cast members and a few new ones, too, including characters played by Francois Arnaud, Natalie Hall, Meagan Holder, and Alejandro Munoz.

While UnREAL was never a massive ratings hit, its look at the inner workings of the sometimes very fake reality TV industry was a hit with critics, earning Emmy nominations and winning Critics Choice Awards over the years. The final eight episodes are all available for streaming now on Hulu.

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