Yesterday, The Bachelor and Bachelorette producer Becky Steenhoek sued Warner Bros., Mike Fleiss’ production company, and five producers, including her supervisor, claiming she was fired last year after being retaliated against for reporting sexual harassment. Since the story broke yesterday, I’ve read the full lawsuit, published by The Hollywood Reporter and embedded below, and there are interesting facts… continue reading
A segment producer who worked on JoJo Fletcher’s season of The Bachelorette has sued the show’s studio, Warner Bros.; Mike Fleiss’ production company, NZK Productions; and five producers over sexual harassment. She said she complained to a more senior producer and then was retaliated against and eventually fired.
The Bachelor season 22’s star is Arie Luyendyk Jr., the runner-up of The Bachelorette season 8, which aired in 2012, and a runner-up for The Bachelor’s title role in 2015.
Peter Kraus is set to be the star of The Bachelor season 22, according to Reality Steve. Meanwhile, franchise creator Mike Fleiss is tweeting hype.
Bachelor in Paradise turned itself into a victim while failing to add insight into the allegations of misconduct that caused a production shutdown.
A round-up of essays about Rachel Lindsay’s Bachelorette season, and then recent news about reality TV shows and cast members.
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.