Bachelor in Paradise TV series

Appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the 23-year-old opened up about being part of the first LGBTQ couple in the American "Bachelor" franchise.
The hosts of our “Here To Make Friends” podcast hand out superlatives from the “Bachelor in Paradise” season finale.
The hosts of “Here To Make Friends” came here to find love. Claire Fallon and Emma Gray revisit the tearful penultimate (for real this time) episodes of “Bachelor In Paradise,” including the best exit burn, the whitest white people and the most over-produced romance. With the plush, halcyon days of Sayulita summer camp coming to an end, Paradise’s couples have to decide if they’ll still be happy once life is less about hot tubbing and margaritas and more about grocery trips and refilling the Brita. Those “hard conversations” bring about Blake’s final pity party, but also lead to some heartfelt (if mangled) I love yous from Hannah and Dylan. Matt Donald chooses Bri over Sydney, then gets so excited about dating a supermodel he forgets to learn anything else about her. Now his mom’s REALLY going to kill him. Meanwhile, it’s last call at Wells’ bar, and we’re serving up finale predictions for who will leave the beach engaged … and who will go home heartbroken.
Which couples will hold out for that free Neil Lane ring?
The bachelor earned a dubious distinction during the reality TV show's climactic rose ceremony.
The hosts of our “Here To Make Friends” podcast hand out superlatives from week five of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
With only two weeks left before the “Bachelor in Paradise” finale, everyone’s wheels are coming off.
The hosts of our “Here To Make Friends” podcast hand out superlatives from week three of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
The hosts of our “Here To Make Friends” podcast hand out superlatives from the second week of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
The hosts of our “Here to Make Friends” podcast hand out superlatives from week one of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
Demi Burnett declared herself a "queer queen" after the trailer for the upcoming season dropped.
It's time to ask whether we can separate "The Bachelor" from the man and the misogynistic culture that created it.
“I’m so frustrated, I feel very violated," the former "Bachelor" star said in a teary post.
"Amanda is embarrassed and ashamed this happened," Stanton's rep told HuffPost.
How an on-screen “Bachelor in Paradise” beef became an off-screen steak.
This week, mediocre white men compare women to food courses and generally behave badly.