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The Bachelor Winter Games’ international cast and premiere dates

The Bachelor Winter Games’ international cast and premiere dates
ABC didn't have any Bachelor Winter Games photos available for media, so I'm using this one, which seems like a good representation. (Photo by Alexandra)

The Bachelor Winter Games will have an international cast and air just four episodes in February, and although that’s the same time period that Celebrity Big Brother will be airing on CBS, they’ll never air on the same night.

The premiere dates for its four two-hour episodes are Tuesday, Feb. 13; Thursday, Feb. 15; Tuesday, Feb. 20; and Thursday, Feb. 22, from 8 to 10:01 p.m. ET each night.

The cast comes from multiple Bachelor and Bachelorette seasons in multiple countries. There are 12 men and 12 women competing, though seven of those men are from the U.S. series and just three women come from the American version. Thus, there are are nine women from international versions and five men.

Here’s how ABC describes the series:

“For the first time since its inception, 26 of the most eligible singles from around the world gather at the luxurious Vermont winter resort of The Hermitage Club.

[…] Throughout the run of The Bachelor Winter Games, fans can expect twists and turns on and off the ski mountain, as well as romance, heartbreak, love and, of course, roses. The bachelors and bachelorettes will participate in challenges from winter biathlon to ice dancing, with date cards being given to the winners of each challenge. Romantic dates will test the bachelors’ and bachelorettes’ perseverance in pursuing relationships with one another while faced with language barriers and cultural differences, including some amusing issues with intimacy. With guest appearances by world champion and five-time U.S. figure skating pairs champions Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner, as well as figure skating legend Nancy Kerrigan, The Bachelor Winter Games promises no shortage of excitement.”

The Bachelor Winter Games cast

Some of the cast members were identified in December when the show filmed its opening parade in Vermont. Here’s the full list directly from ABC’s press release:

USA:

  1. Ben, 29, “The Bachelor” Season 20 – USA
  2. Dean, 26, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay) – USA
  3. Eric, 29, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay) – USA
  4. Jamey, 33, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay) – USA
  5. Josiah, 29, “The Bachelorette” Season 13 (Rachel Lindsay) – USA
  6. Luke, 33, “The Bachelorette” Season 12 (JoJo Fletcher) – USA
  7. Michael, 37, “The Bachelorette” Season 9 (Desiree Hartsock Siegfried) – USA

USA Women

  1. Ashley I., 29, “The Bachelor” Season 19 (Chris Soules) – USA
  2. Clare, 36, “The Bachelor” Season 18 (Juan Pablo Galavis) – USA
  3. Lesley, 30, “The Bachelor” Season 17 (Sean Lowe) – USA

International Men

  1. Benoit, 31, “The Bachelorette” Season 1 – Canada
  2. Christian, 34, “The Bachelorette” Season 1 – Switzerland and Germany
  3. Courtney, 31, “The Bachelorette” Season 2 – Australia
  4. Jordan, 34, “The Bachelor” Season 2 – New Zealand
  5. Kevin, 33, “The Bachelorette” Season 1 – Canada

International Women

  1. Ally, 24, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – New Zealand
  2. Jenny, 34, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – Finland
  3. Laura, 29, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – United Kingdom
  4. Lily, 21, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – New Zealand
  5. Nastassia, 26, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – Sweden
  6. Rebecca, 26, “The Bachelor” Season 3 – Sweden
  7. Tiffany, 31, “The Bachelor” Season 4 – Australia
  8. Yuki, 21, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – Japan
  9. Zoe, 25, “The Bachelor” Season 1 – China

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