Bachelor in Paradise Casting Is Under Way, & More About You Need To Know

Bachelor in Paradise

The Bachelor Day in Paradise will undoubtedly happen this summer! Less than two weeks after the Bachelor Season 25 finale, new information indicates that the franchise is progressing with a new BiP season after a season is out due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Us Weekly released an interview with former BiP star Grant Kemp and gave fans some insight into casting for the new season. You may remember Grant from Season 7 of the show (he was also in JoJo Fletcher’s season The Bachelorette). Lace fell in love with Morris, and the two were engaged to break up soon after. Nevertheless, Grant told Us Weekly that he was asked to join the new season of Bachelor in Paradise.

Grant said to his debut, “Actually, a few weeks ago they asked me to continue” Celestial in Heaven, “and I said” no. ”

While Grant will not attend the new season, there is a former Bachelor star to join, and he is Dr. Joe Park. According to ABC manager Rob Mills, Dr. Joe is the first official cast of the new season. Mills tweeted in January that the casting process took more than a month.

Here’s what you need to know:

New “Bachelor in Paradise” Season Reported To Begin Filming In June
Although ABC has not made any official statements about the highly anticipated new season of Bachelor in Paradise, all signs seem to point to “this is happening”.

In January Mills told Variety, “We are determined to figure out how to make Heaven work.… Unless something terrible happens, I feel very confident that” Heaven “will come back this summer.” Details surrounding how the production will be handled due to health and safety concerns, fans left quite a solid indication that the popular dating show will return sooner or later.

Everyone’s favorite bartender Wells Adams also believes the shooting will continue soon.

“I hope this happens because it’s the funniest show to do. And I have the best seat in the house because I can watch the dumpster fire burn in front of me. But I think the plan, they will do this this year ”said E! News at the beginning of February. In addition to this, Reality Steve also received some information about the new season of Bachelor in Paradise. He reported that the show will indeed begin filming in June.

“Bachelor in Paradise” will be filmed in June as usual at an unannounced location and will start airing after Katie’s season airs, “Reality Steve wrote on his blog on March 10th.

Details of the Season’s Shooting Venue Not Known Yet

As Reality Steve points out, it is unclear where the new season of the show will be filmed due to travel restrictions and other safety concerns due to the ongoing epidemic. During the last three seasons of The Bachelorette and The Bachelor, the production, the cast and the crew were in quarantine and filmed everything in one place with everyone. This worked well in season of Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams as well as season of Matt James. The same is now true for Katie Thurston’s season The Bachelorette.

Rob Mills also told Variety that they have a large number of singles that could potentially join a new season.

“There are many of them right now because we have people worth four seasons. “I think we can tell this story in almost any setting, even if we have to find another bubble.” Given this information, it seems a little odd that Grant was asked to attend the show, but it’s entirely possible that there was at least one woman going to Paradise hoping to meet her. Who knows?

And in addition to these unknowns, it is unclear who will host the new season. Chris Harrison replaced Katie’s The Bachelorette season, but was not officially fired from ABC. It is entirely possible that he will return to the series this summer.