As reported last night, three-time franchise veteran Nick Viall has been chosen as “the” bachelor in the upcoming 21st season of The Bachelor TV show on ABC. Now the network has announced The Bachelor season 21 will premiere in January. The exact debut date is to be announced.
ABC asks what everyone else wondered last night: “Why would Viall decide to take a fourth chance to find love as the star of The Bachelor? What happened to him at the end of this season’s Bachelor in Paradise?” That’s the hook, you see. ABC wants you to tune in for the Bachelor in Paradise and After Paradise season finales on September 5th and 6th, to find out.
Get the details from this ABC press release.
Nick Viall Will Look for Love Again as the Star of ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ When It Returns in January 2017 for Its 21st Season
NICK VIALL WILL LOOK FOR LOVE AGAIN
AS THE STAR OF ABC’S HIT ROMANCE REALITY SERIES ‘THE BACHELOR’
WHEN IT RETURNS TO ABC IN JANUARY 2017
FOR ITS 21st SEASON
Want to Know Why? Tune Into the Season Finale of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise’ Next Monday and Tuesday, September 5 & 6
Nick Viall, the runner-up on both Kaitlyn Bristowe’s and Andi Dorfman’s seasons of “The Bachelorette” and a current participant on the third season of “Bachelor in Paradise,” was named as the next man to give out the roses and, hopefully, this time find his happy ending. Is he ready to put all the heartbreak behind him as he searches for his one true love when he stars in the 21st season of ABC’s hit romance reality series “The Bachelor,” returning to ABC in January 2017? The stunning announcement was made live tonight on ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise” show.
Why would Viall decide to take a fourth chance to find love as the star of “The Bachelor”? What happened to him at the end of this season’s “Bachelor in Paradise”?
Find out how his summer journey ends and his resolve to find his soul mate and love of his life after comingthisclose three times. He will appear again on next week’s “Bachelor in Paradise: After Paradise,” TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT).
Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelor” is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Elan Gale, Bennett Graebner and Nicole Woods are the executive producers.
“The Bachelor” is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with stereo sound.
What do you think? Do you plan to watch the 21st season of The Bachelor on ABC? Were you hoping someone else from the franchise would be chosen? Tell us.