‘Bachelor’ winner ‘finally’ returns to the series: ‘We just have to wait and see’
A second season of the hit ABC reality show “Bachelor in Paradise” has finally been announced.
The series, which aired from January to February, featured three women vying for the title of “Bachelorette.”
The series was one of the highest-rated shows in the history of ABC, with an average of nearly 4 million viewers per episode.
It’s now been on hiatus since March because of a health scare.
The show’s second season was originally supposed to premiere in January, but production was postponed by the time the first episode was broadcast.
It was scheduled to air later this year.
The ABC sitcom, starring Blake Lively, Taylor Schilling and Dina Titus, also had a number of big name guest stars, including Nicole Richie, Adam Levine and Lauren Graham.ABC has been working on a third season of “The Bachelor” since February, when producers announced that the series would return for its fourth season.
The third season will air in 2019.ABC Entertainment CEO Channing Dungey said in a statement Tuesday that the show is “still a possibility,” but the network is “making every effort to make this season one that everyone will enjoy.”ABC said that producers and cast members are still working through “the logistics” of bringing back the show.
ABC’s vice president of original content and digital entertainment, John S. Schlesinger, said in the statement that the network will continue to make decisions about future seasons of the show.
“We’re still trying to figure out how to make the show work for everyone,” he added.
“The decision to do this is a big one for us.”ABC has not released any specific plans for when “Bangerz” might return.
The original “Boner” was the first of ABC’s reality series to premiere.
It aired from 1996 to 2002.
It followed a group of young men and women who were forced to choose between pursuing a career in music, athletics or acting.ABC’s original “Tropical Charm” was an MTV series that aired from 2001 to 2003.
It also starred Nick Cannon, John Stamos, Jason Mewes, David Schwimmer and Jessica Chastain.
The network also announced the launch of a new series, “The Bachelorettes” on Sept. 3.
It will follow the relationship between two of the most successful and sought-after men in the world, who are married and expecting their first child.
The “Bones” spinoff series will be available on Netflix, the cable streaming platform.