The latest season was the season that kicked off the trend for the women’s version of The Bachelorette, a show in which each contestant chooses a girl to marry.
This time around, the first person to find a winner will take home $1 million.
But unlike the previous seasons, the Bachelor franchise won’t be taking a hiatus until 2019.
As the show’s creators and cast members announced at the end of this season, it is going to be back for a second season, which is scheduled to premiere in March 2019.
The producers of the show, including Bachelor host Jeff Probst, said that the focus of the second season will be “to create a more exciting, more authentic Bachelor universe, where the focus is on what it means to be a true Bacheloree.”
It sounds like this is going down a pretty safe path, which may just be why The Bachelor is returning in 2019.
This is going away from Bachelor franchise The most recent season, hosted by Probst and Kate Upton, was one of the most successful of the Bachelor series.
In its second season finale, the show saw contestants compete to win $25,000 cash and a $1,000 ring from host Joe Rogan.
It was a season that ended with the three best men in the house competing to take home the crown.
The season was also a huge success for the brand, generating $11.4 million in ratings for the network, according to Nielsen.
However, the popularity of the first season did not translate to viewership, with the first episode generating an average of only 3.3 million viewers.
The second season of the series is expected to do much better, with Probst hosting and a new cast of players and stars returning to the show.
“I think it’s going to make for a more authentic and engaging Bachelor universe,” Probst told Entertainment Weekly.
“The fans have been asking for that since Day 1.
They’ve been asking, ‘Is it the same Bachelor, or is it the next Bachelor?’
And I think we’re going to deliver.” “
There’s going be a real sense of, ‘Do we want this to be authentic?’
And I think we’re going to deliver.”
The Bachelor franchise is now the longest-running and most popular show in American television history, having aired on ABC since 2006.
However with the season finale of The First Bachelors in 2019, the franchise is no longer the dominant force it once was.
There will be another season, though, and we’re expecting more great contestants to compete in the game.
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