‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Heads Back to ABC This Summer, Plus Three New Series and Returning Game Shows

“Bachelor in Paradise” and its sister spinoff series “The Bachelorette” are headed back to ABC this summer to enrapture fans with soaring romance and dating don’ts once again after the former took a hiatus due to the pandemic and the latter had a clunky, COVID-19-friendly split-season with two leads, Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams.

Adams and former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe (Season 11) will co-host Katie Thurston’s nationally-televised search for love on “The Bachelorette.” They replace longtime “Bachelor” franchise host Chris Harrison, who was embroiled in controversy upon defending Rachael Kirkconnell after pictures confirming her attendance at an “Antebellum-themed” party in college surfaced during her run on Matt James’ recent

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