It's also far more than the number of people who tune in on average for shows like Girls, The Mindy Project and True Detective. So why did this example of what the show's executive producer Chris Harrison calls "don't-think-too-hard, don't-choose-too-good-a-box-of-wine, sit-down-with-a-pint-of-your-favorite-ice-cream, just-have-a-good-laugh-and-relax TV" become as popular as it was?
For starters, the spin-off had more than enough hookups, breakdowns, drama and delicious intrigue to fill an entire season of one of the traditional Bachelor(ette)s.
"The only way I could see it going well is if it polarized people into wanting a different, more positive experience," she told A Plus.
Just like experiencing a bad relationship can teach someone how to make their next relationship better, she thinks watching one on TV could have a similar effect.
Season 4 cast hasn't officially been announced yet, but there are some alums who will almost certainly not be returning.
A few of them got married and others are just coupled up and done with the dating scene. It's a bummer for the viewers, but we will deal with it.
"Women get in good relationships with men because they have good relationships with women." Essentially all modern dating reality TV shows have shown the opposite, but that must be because someone — and in this genre that "someone" is overwhelmingly heterosexual women — wants to see it.
While all adults in the 18-49 demographic give , and shows like it, wouldn't survive the first rose ceremony.
Lace shared, "We started talking at the beginning of January very nonchalantly." She added, "After about two months, we finally went on our first date after not talking for a couple of weeks and we just immediately hit it off and it's crazy, we've been inseparable since! in February 2016, Tenley revealed that she went went on a pivotal date with Taylor Leopold that weekend instead.
(I just have to keep reminding myself that this is a positive thing.)Thankfully, there are a lot of new contenders from the latest Sarah Herron made her status loud and clear by posting this photo with boyfriend Dylan Brown and captioning it with "Happily not returning to Bachelor in Paradise this summer.
#Paradise Found #Sarahdise#adventurebuds ..I will miss Jorge." We will miss you, Sarah!
The premise: Losing contestants from past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are given a second shot at meeting the random stranger of their dreams. that raccoon scene) made incredibly entertaining television. 4 premiere raked in an impressive 5 million viewers.
To put that in perspective, that's more than the recent season premiere of the wildly (and inexplicably) popular Duck Dynasty and almost as much as the premiere of the final season of Breaking Bad, which clocked in at 5.9 million.