On Tuesday night’s Bachelor in Paradise, host Chris Harrison interrupted your scheduled programming of drunken spit and bed swapping for A Very Special Sit-Down with Corinne Olympios, one of the subjects of the sexual misconduct investigation that nearly shutdown the series earlier this summer.
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…
In June, Bachelor in Paradise abruptly halted production amid allegations of misconduct relating to a pool encounter between cast members and fellow franchise “villains” Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson. On Tuesday night, after heavily and tastelessly teasing some kind of dramatic on-camera reckoning, the show…
In the first few minutes of the season premiere, Bachelor in Paradise will address the alleged sexual encounter that led to a production halt, and that includes footage of the contestants involved.
During a short segment during Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night, ABC confirmed reports that they had cast the first black lead of a Bachelor show: Rachel Lindsay, who is currently wrapping up Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor, will be the next Bachelorette.
In a relatively huge twist considering its nature as a deeply predictable franchise, repeated Bachelorette reject Nick Viall has been announced as the new lead for the next season of The Bachelor.
Season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise has been reliably excellent, as nothing will ever be bad about a group of hardbodied Instagram salesmen competing to be in relationships with each other in a crab-infested cabana with no air conditioning.
Another season of The Bachelorette has come to a close, and while the ending of this one wasn’t exactly surprising, the way the show’s producers tweaked the program to handle that non-surprise was, once again, more interesting than the alleged love connection formed.
Last night’s season premiere of The Bachelorette was historic, in that ABC has saddled our girl JoJo Fletcher with what is possibly the worst group of men ever featured on this show.
Billed as a Celebration of Love, Sunday night’s special Valentine’s Day episode of The Bachelor was, as you may have guessed, many things—an excellent promotional opportunity for the show, a preview for the rest of this season, a chance for one couple to have their wedding paid for and their 15 minutes to continue.…
On Monday night’s premiere of The Bachelor Season 20, there were few surprises, except that Ben Higgins was sexually appealing. That was crazy. But otherwise, it was pretty standard: Chris Harrison was tan, a Fox News employee got the first impression rose, someone brought in a mini-horse, and the redhead got sent…
Steve Carbone, the man best known as Reality Steve, emailed me back no more than a minute after I sent him a note asking to interview him. “Sure. No problem. How do you want to do this?” the email read, sent from his iPhone. Carbone is nothing if not plugged in, and as the man who famously spends his days “spoiling”…
Well, everybody, it has been quite a month.
This week on Bachelor in Paradise, a very familiar face turned up: Chris Bukowski, who was back for the fifth time after embarrassing himself on The Bachelorette, Bachelor Pad, Bachelorette again very briefly, and Bachelor in Paradise season 1.
Fortunately for the people trapped in this sweltering, crab-ridden retreat for Christian personal trainers—and rather unfortunately for the conceit of this series—things have really dried up in paradise, tears-wise. But that’s not to say that no one cried! Please, this is a Bachelor show.
Hello again! There were less tears than usual on this week’s Bachelor in Paradise, for which we can probably thank a combination of Stockholm Syndrome and severe dehydration.
Welcome back to hell, you guys! This week on Bachelor in Paradise, the cast was extra sunburned, extra horny, and extra emotional.
This week in Paradise was an absolute mess.
Fresh off the latest season of The Bachelorette that yet again delivered some solid ratings (up from last year!), someone’s a little bizarrely defensive, and that someone is franchise host Chris Harrison.
ON THE HEELS of an EARTH-SHAKING casting announcement (bad lipstick Juelia! Two crazy Ashleys! “My name is” Carly! FREAKING TANNER WITH THE SEXY ROSACEA, #TEAMTANNER, HELLO!), Bachelor in Paradise host Chris Harrison has made the VERY CONTROVERSIAL decision to do a weekly after-show called After Paradise, effectively…