‘Bachelor In Paradise’ spoilers find that ABC is confident it’s frothy summertime Bachelor spin-off will be returning this year. And fans might just get a super-sized season.
For the uninitiated, Bachelor In Paradise is another offshoot of the popular reality dating show, this time with past (losing) Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants converging upon a weird, Robinson Crusoe looking Mexican resort in a last ditch attempt at building their social media following, er, finding love.
‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Spoilers: ABC confident Bachelor In Paradise will return this summer
In 2020 it was Paradise Lost, with the global pandemic putting a stop to all the pool-lazing, pizza-eating, deuceing-in-one’s-shorts and hooking-up hi-jinx. However, senior vice-president Robert ‘Millsy’ Mills promises to make things right in 2021.
“We are hell-bent on figuring out how we make ‘Paradise’ work,” he announced, and further went on to tease this year’s Paradise could be a super-sized one.
With production never starting in 2020, producers have 4 seasons of the Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants to pull from, potentially around 150 love-starved singles who all look fantastic in a swimsuit. Millsy gave no comment as to who was at the top of that list, citing that the home audience will really be the casting agents. Whoever gets the most Twitter buzz is often a key indicator, so let’s ensure we dust off The Royal Hammock for current season villain, Queen Victoria.
One name that was mentioned: Peter Weber. Here’s hoping Millsy is just using Pilot Pete to fly the troops to Paradise on a friends and family discount rate.
But where will Pilot Pete (Peter Weber) be dropping these folks off? That’s still unknown. The current season of The Bachelor and Clare Crawley/Tayshia Adams’ double feature Bachelorette season both filmed in their own bubbles While fans are in awe of Matt James’ Nemacolin Resort home base, the general sentiment is that Tayshia and her men were ripped off at the La Quinta Resort, Palm Springs where the dates were trivial and the men swam in their own pools of sweat.
The international travel is and has been sorely missed, so does Millsy plan to take his horny Paradise brood off-shore? He hopes so but admits nothing can be confirmed.
I’d advise not pouring the rosé and flocking back to your butt-indented couch just yet. Filming a reality show where contestants have to be within 3 feet (and often less than 6 inches) from each other isn’t likely high on the pecking order of the W.H.O,’s priority list. Until we hear of a foolproof production plan, brace yourself for a reprise of The Bachelor Greatest Seasons Ever Part 2- The Second Best. Sounds riveting.
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