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Bachelor in Paradise (not to be confused with the 1961 film starring Bob Hope and Lana Turner of the same name) is a spinoff of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette where former contestants from both series respectively get a second chance as they explore new relationships in an isolated Mexican resort.
Similar to Bachelor Pad, the eliminated men and women from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are isolated in a romantic paradise in exotic location in Tulum, Mexico (later Sayulita, Mexico in season 2).
At the first rose ceremony, the six men are given a rose to hand out to a women they like to spend more time getting to know in paradise. With an uneven number of men and women in the group, the two women left without roses and immediately sent home heartbroken. Just as potential couples start to pair up, everything changes drastically in the next episode when two men arrive to paradise with love on their mind. For seven weeks, each episode will alternate between two new men and women joining the cast. New relationships may form while current one may end. Every week, the two people who don't receive a rose will be force to leave paradise. It's a constant love shuffle where surprise arrivals can rekindle old romances, sparks new ones or existing love affairs.
Bachelor in Paradise: After ParadiseEdit
In this spinoff series, host Chris Harrison and co-hostess Jenny Mollen are discussing and dissecting the most recent episodes of the show, alongside cast members along with their friends. The show has aired since September 7, 2015.
In 2017, Production has been suspended per reports of sexual misconducton the set of Bachelor in Paradise in Mexico. Mainly with two contestants named DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios respectively. However, Warner Bros. announced that production will resume now that the investigation is complete.
An Australian version hosted by Osher Gunsberg ran on Network Ten since 2018.
- ↑ 'Bachelor In Paradise' Suspends Filming After Sexual Assault Allegations
- ↑ 'Bachelor in Paradise' Investigation Finds No Misconduct