A Brief Explainer for the Uninformed: Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon Are in Love

After three years of “will they or won’t they,” Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon have finally said yes to love’s warm embrace. Their new coupledom was announced in a gushing 45-minute video interview that premiered exclusively on People.com. If you don’t know who Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are, that’s fine,…

'There's Something They Want to Hide': A Conversation With Bachelor Nation Author Amy Kaufman

In May 2014, I wrote a piece about Amy Kaufman, an entertainment reporter for the Los Angeles Times who’d been uninvited by ABC from press calls and events for The Bachelor because the network disliked the tone of her coverage about the show. The choice to cut Kaufman off was an odd one. As a longtime fan of the…

Bachelor in Paradise Host Thinks 'Journalism Is Dead' Because He Didn't Like Misconduct Investigation Reporting

In a new interview promoting the salvaged current season of Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison took the time to share his belief that it’s clear that “journalism is dead, and long gone on every level” because of the confusing and disparate reports surrounding the sexual misconduct investigation over a sexual…

This Promo Is All You Need to Know About How Bachelor in Paradise Will Handle Misconduct Allegations

“The sun had almost set. Summer was almost ruined. Paradise was almost lost,” a dramatic voice says over images of a tropical landscape beset by thunderstorms, in the first, horribly flippant trailer for Bachelor in Paradise’s almost-truncated fourth season, which aired Monday night during The Bachelorette.

After Allegations of Misconduct, What on Earth Will This Season of Bachelor in Paradise Look Like?

For the first time ever, ABC’s Bachelor spinoff Bachelor in Paradise is getting people to take it seriously. To the show’s discredit, this was accomplished through dark and unethical circumstances when two contestants’ alcohol-infused sexual encounter (not a first for BiP) lead to an internal investigation and bigger…

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Bachelor in Paradise Has Ceased Production Due to 'Misconduct' Allegations

Production of the fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise has stopped due to allegations of misconduct, and if what anonymous sources say is true, said misconduct involves a producer witnessing a raunchy hookup—one described as “soft-core porn”—between contestants DeMario Jackson (recently seen on Rachel’s season of The…