As expected, Monday’s episode of The Bachelorette featured no real romance between contestants JJ Lane and Clint Arlis. As ABC producers should have expected, there is a lot of backlash.
When couples get engaged on The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, or Bachelor In Paradise, but later split up, do they get the consolation prize of getting to keep their pricey engagement rings? Find out the interesting details from ABC’s contract…
In October, Married at First Sight: The First Year returns to give us a look at the second year of marriage for Cortney Hendrix, Jason Carrion, Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner. Take a look at the preview and find out what the season has in store…
The producer of Married at First Sight defends the show–and Davina Kullar fights back against Dr. Levkoff
To say things have gotten ugly after the second season of Married at First Sight would be an understatement. Not only did all three couples get a divorce, one cast member recently filled a restraining order against the man she was matched to marry. Now, executive producer Chris Coelen is speaking out and standing up for the validity of the match-making effort that goes into producing the show. Read on to find out what really happens behind the scenes.
Another one bites the dust: The Bachelor‘s Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff have called off their engagement after seven months. See what factors sources say led to the split.
Sean Penn’s reality show guilty pleasure with fiancee Charlize Theron is The Bachelor, though he usually fasts forward through the talking to get to the parts where people cry. Find out who he’s rooting to be the next Bachelorette.
Who is Chris Soules engaged to? While ABC viewers eagerly await the answer, new Bachelor 2015 spoilers suggest there may be an even more important question that fans should be asking: did Bachelor Chris really end up proposing to the woman he most wants to marry, or did he settle?!