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New Bachelor Spinoff Series: Bachelor In Paradise

March 23, 2014 08:45 AM by Megan Thompson


Juan Pablo who?  Now that The Bachelor had ended (thank God) fans can look forward to a new spinoff show.  Yes, ABC is going to debut a new show called Bachelor In Paradise.  Bikinis and drama – what more could you ask for?

Most fans are excited that this past season of The Bachelor has ended.  Now we can only hope that The Bachelorette has a happier ending.  But if you can’t get enough of The Bachelor series -  you are in luck.  Entertainment Weekly was first to report that Bachelor In Paradise will debut this summer on ABC.

If you loved Bachelor Pad, then you’re going to love the new show.  Bachelor In Paradise will invite fan favorites, and villains, from past seasons to a tropical island to compete for love and prizes.  The network shared with EW, “The romantic dating series will feature new twists, shocking surprises, unexpected guests and some of the most unlikely relationships in Bachelor history.”  Of course, Chris Harrison will be the host and there will be roses handed out.

As soon as the new series was announced, fans took to Facebook and Twitter to express their excitement.  One fan tweeted, “looks like it is bachelor pad-ish – thank god! Fingers crossed Tierra will appear.”

Will you be watching Bachelor In Paradise?  Let us know, leave us a comment below.

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2 Responses to “New Bachelor Spinoff Series: Bachelor In Paradise”

  1. Guest Says:
    March 23rd, 2014 at 9:06 am

    Juan Pablo who? Now that The Bachelor had ended (thank God)March 23, 2014 08:45 AM by Megan Thompson


  2. Martin Says:
    March 24th, 2014 at 5:43 am

    Chris Harrison is just a paid stooge for Fleiss and the Bachelor. Chris kept telling us that Sean was a fan favorite–obviously not true. He drooled about Emily being a fan favorite–again, in his dreams only. Now he is saying that Andi was a fan favorite–clearly not so! The “fan favorites” will flock to the island–the married couples will argue that the marrieds should be able to at least line up at the trough to make comments or be judges–so this will just be another chance for Jason and Molly, Sean and Catherine, Trista and Ryan, and Chris and Des to try to hang onto their fifteen minutes of fame. Truth is that the couples who choose NOT to have a televised wedding (Jason tried to demand one million dollars for allowing their wedding to be televised–just because Trista and Ryan got that amount) are also the ones who were able to move on with their life and not have to be known as “the Bachelor” forever. The Bachelor whores who are in Seattle cannot even find friends or jobs on their own–Des and Chris, Jason and Molly were so desperate to get attention as former Bachelors that they treated Renee like she was their very best friend when she got married and moved to Seattle–and Des wanted to cash in on Renee’s popularity and flew off to Renee’s private wedding, even though they had no long relationship and hadn’t even been on television on the same series. Just cannot get enough attention if you are a Bachelorette! If Chris Harrison is honest about having this newest show for fan favorites, let their be a poll for fans to vote for people who have more depth than milking ABC or the Bachelor for more money and attention.


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