Lifetime announced the cast of male suitors on the fake dating show Everlasting for UnREAL's third season

By Shirley Li
January 27, 2017 at 12:30 PM EST
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Cue the twinkly lights, light the candles, and turn up the dramatic music: UnREAL has cast its latest contestants.

In the third season of Lifetime’s The Bachelor-skewering drama about the producers behind a reality dating show, Quinn (Constance Zimmer) and Rachel (Shiri Appleby) have cast a female “suitress” named Serena (Masters of Sex‘s Caitlin FitzGerald) as Everlasting‘s star and found a stacked lineup of men to vie for her heart.

Meet the 10 featured suitors looking for love or fame (or both!) below:

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Bart Edwards as Jasper
The English actor who most recently appeared in a small role in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will play a “hot, successful Wall Street investment banker” and “charmingly Alpha male” who “seems like he’d make the perfect ‘power couple'” with Serena.

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Alex Hernandez as Owen
Hernandez (Hemlock Grove) plays a “dashingly handsome firefighter and Army veteran” who “is a single dad, looking for love.” Any bets on when his kid will come onto set to add more drama?

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Adam Demos as August
A “pro-surfer-meets-humanitarian adventurer,” Demos’ August “left Laguna Beach to join the Peace Corps and save the world.”

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Alex Sparrow as Alexi
Sparrow — known as Alexey Vorobyov in his native Russia — had stints on Russia’s X-Factor and Dancing With the Stars, making him the perfect choice to play Alexi, a “bad boy of the ballet world” who’s “edgy, unpredictable, and explosive.” Hmm… could he be this season’s villain? Either way, someone should make him sing for Serena’s heart.

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Joe Abraham as Norman
Abraham, whose last TV credit was an episode of The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, plays Norman, a jockey who’s small but mighty. According to his character bio, he’s “an elite athlete and very confident.” This season’s horseback riding date will be wild.

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Tyler Hynes as Billy
Everlasting doubles down on its athletes with Billy, a “pro race car driver” who “lives by his traditional, conservative values.” Hynes last appeared in Starz’s The Girlfriend Experience and a season of the Canadian police drama 19-2.

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Marcus Rosner as Warren
A Hallmark Channel regular, Rosner has played suitors in everything from Christmas-themed TV movies (A Firehouse Christmas) to sappy period dramas (When Calls the Heart). On UnREAL, he’ll play a “hot down-home rancher with a cowboy attitude” — and a healthy helping of dimples.

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Cameron Bancroft as Preston
The 24 alum plays Preston, an older suitor and Miami real estate tycoon described as a “silver fox.”

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Terry Chen as Guy
The Asian-Canadian actor most recently starred as Brendan on Van Helsing and has played a slew of roles in sci-fi series like Continuum, The 100, and Battlestar Galactica. Chen leaves the genre realm behind as Guy, a “hot, young tattooed chef, who is looking for any way to get ahead.” Fingers crossed Serena’s a foodie.

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Melvin Gregg as Zach
Depending on how much time you spend on the Internet, you may have already heard of Gregg: The actor is also a (former) Vine star and logged more than 2 billion loops and nearly 4 million followers. Gregg’s Zach, as a “charming millennial and major social media influencer,” is pretty much a fictional version of himself.

UnREAL returns in 2017.

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UnREAL

The Lifetime drama — created by Marti Noxon and Sarah Gertrude Shapiro and featuring Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer — explores the dark behind-the-scenes nature of a reality dating show (which is very clearly based on 'The Bachelor').
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