Bachelor in Paradise turned itself into a victim while failing to add insight into the allegations of misconduct that caused a production shutdown.
Bachelor in Paradise
The executive producer of The Bachelor franchise told me what happened once the cast returned to Mexico to resume filming on Bachelor in Paradise.
ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey didn’t answer specific questions about Bachelor in Paradise, saying they were better asked of Warner Bros. So I asked Warner Bros.
Here’s the first post-shuttdown trailer for Bachelor in Paradise, which almost ruined the summer of at least a dozen people who tweeted about it on Twitter.
All of the latest news about Bachelor in Paradise season four, including Corinne’s investigation and DeMario’s version of their sexual encounter.
While ABC plans to resume filming on Bachelor in Paradise, Corinne Olympios’ attorney said that he is not done with his investigation into what happened.
The Bachelor in Paradise investigation has concluded, and its studio, Warner Bros., has released an amazing statement about what didn’t happen.
Bachelor in Paradise’s DeMario Jackson has released a statement and identified himself as the other person involved in the incident that shut down filming.
Bachelor in Paradise cast member Corinne Olympios identified herself as the woman involved in the possible sexual assault during production.
The host of Bachelor in Paradise has responded to season four’s suspension and ongoing investigation with a statement about what happened.
Bachelor in Paradise crew members may have filmed two contestants having sex even though at least one was too drunk to consent, according to a report.
Bachelor in Paradise season four has stopped filming in Mexico because of some kind of “misconduct,” according to the show’s production company. The cast is being flown back to the United States, according to a photo posted by a fan in the Puerto Vallarta airport. Steve Carbone, aka Reality Steve, reported that “production has been stopped…. continue reading
The ABC spin-off Bachelor in Paradise today revealed its “shocking twist,” and it’s essentially that it is borrowing the format from Fox’s Paradise Hotel, the ridiculously fun show that aired 11 years ago. Here’s ABC’s announcement: “At the first rose ceremony, the six men are given a rose to hand out to a woman they’d… continue reading
ABC announced today that it’s new summer Bachelor spin-off Bachelor in Paradise will debut August 4. As Chris Harrison insisted, the show is not at all Bachelor Pad and “will be very different.” That’s because it sounds less like a Challenge knock off and more like an orgy. Here’s how ABC described the new show:… continue reading