Season 9 cast of Bachelor in Paradise


The Bachelor franchise is heading back to Paradise.

Bachelor in Paradise — the summer spinoff series that launched in 2014 as an offshoot to The Bachelor and The Bachelorette — will return with season 10, ABC has announced.

The milestone season will hit screens in 2025. A premiere date has yet to be announced.

Bachelor in Paradise welcomes breakout fan favorites from The Bachelor franchise to the show’s resort in Mexico for a second (or third) chance at finding love. The cast will be announced closer to premiere.

The renewal news follows Monday night’s launch of season 21 of The Bachelorette with Jenn Tran. The contestant from Joey Graziadei’s recent season of The Bachelor is the long-running franchise’s first Asian American lead. This fall will also air the inaugural season The Golden Bachelorette, on Sept. 18, with Joan Vassos, a contestant from Gerry Turner’s Golden Bachelor season that launched the senior spinoff series.

Bachelor in Paradise‘s longtime bartender Wells Adams had previously mused about how a Golden Bachelor in Paradise could look, once at least two seasons have been released. “Everyone’s very, very happy about the success of The Golden Bachelor. It makes sense that the next thing would be Golden Bachelorette and, ipso sexo, a Golden Bachelor in Paradise,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “It needs to happen in Florida at Del Boca Vista [from Seinfeld]. Everyone needs to drive around in golf carts, dates at shuffleboard courts. I need to be making drinks but also have Mylanta on the side.”

Bachelor in Paradise is a production of Warner Bros. Unscripted Television in association with Warner Horizon.



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