Bachelor in Paradise is an American reality competition series that has been running since 2014. People seem to love reality much more than fiction, which has helped the show’s success. Reality shows shed light on different lifestyles and cultures. They provide insight into how men and women decide to resolve their conflicts, how they observe the world around them, how they live, and much more. Bachelor in Paradise has an addictive element which people can’t seem to look away from.
Each season begins with several contestants of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette traveling to Mexico to meet, and hopefully fall in love. On August 5, 2019, the show was postponed until 2021 because of the Covid-19 Pandemic and has been renewed for a seventh season.
Bachelor In Paradise Season 7: Release Date
Season 7’s trailer has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic as shooting is not possible at this time. There has been no release date announced for Bachelor in Paradise season 7. Because the cast and crew have to travel internationally throughout the series, they have had to postpone filming. We’re hoping the seventh season will release by the end of 2021, a timeframe which many other shows and films are readjusting to.
Bachelor In Paradise Season 7: Cast
Chris Harrison continues to host the show. We also expect to see the following members of the Bachelor and Bachelorette franchise:
- Caelynn Miller-Keyes
- Sydney Lotuaco
- Jane Averbukh
- Demi Burnett
- Onyeka Ehie
- Katie Morton
Bachelor In Paradise Season 7: Plot
The show’s plot is quite simple. Because it is a reality show, no script is required and everything is recorded as it unfolds in reality. Each season begins with 9 male contestants and 12 female contestants arriving at a secluded beach resort in Mexico. Each week, contestants will need to give or accept a rose from a fellow contestant in order to stay in paradise, otherwise they will be sent home. The week’s end with a rose ceremony; however, the gender handing out the roses will alternate every other week. This means one week women will give out roses to the men and the next week, men will be handing roses out to the women. Depending on who is sent home, 3 more contestants will replace their spots to keep a total of 21 contestants in paradise at a time. If you’ve never watched the show, I’m sure you can imagine how much drama will ensure in this type of environment. Fortunately, the production team makes sure to catch it all on camera for you to watch.