ABC and Warner Bros. promised “significant changes” to address The Bachelor franchise’s problems with diversity. I asked them what’s changed for Clare Crawley’s season of Bachelorette.
ABC has finally cast a black Bachelor star: Matt James, Tyler Cameron’s best friend, who was going to be one of Clare Crawley’s Bachelorette suitors.
Both Rachel Lindsay and a group of Bachelor and Bachelorette fans have proposed concrete, actionable steps that ABC and the show’s producers can take to give it a “diversity makeover,” as Rachel wrote.
The Bachelorette season 16 is the latest reality TV production to be stopped by the coronavirus pandemic.
The star of The Bachelorette season 16 will be announced on Good Morning America, but news is already out that Bachelor in Paradise and Bachelor Winter Games star Clare Crawley will be the new lead.
The Bachelor franchise is diversifying, looking for “active and outgoing single men and women in their golden years” for a new show. Yet the main shows still remain young, white, and straight.
The Bachelor season 24 started with what would usually be the final episode, flashing forward to a surprise Chris Harrison has in store for Peter Weber.
Pilot Pete had an accident Monday that left him with a gash in his face and sent him to the hospital for surgery, but host Chris Harrison has dismissed it as not that big of a big deal.
MTV’s groundbreaking and joyously queer season of AYTO has been low-rated. Will that lead MTV to follow in the fearful footsteps of The Bachelor franchise?
Bachelor Chris Soules reached a plea deal over a crash that killed a man, while police are investigating a boat crash that killed two people and involved Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary’s boat.
Almost one year before The Bachelorette reunion, Meredith Phillips told her story of being drugged and sexually assaulted while filming The Bachelorette.
There’s a bunch of free reality TV—The Surreal Life, Small Town Security, Kitchen Nightmares—to watch on Tubi, which calls itself “the largest content library on the planet.”
Imagine if ABC marketed this season around Colton’s compassion, honesty, and vulnerability instead of his virginity?
You can’t leave, Colton. You belong here, with me. Talk to me.
Colton’s fence-jump finally aired, and it was a logical response to a crazy show—and may just pop The Bachelor’s fantasy bubble.