This week marks the beginning of the new season of Bachelor in Paradise, which means it’s time for all of the Bachelor Nation’s eligible bachelors and bachelorettes to hit the beach once more. The thirsty, eligible bachelors and bachelorettes who are hoping for a second chance at love are going to be featured on the upcoming season of the reality dating show that will air on ABC during the autumn schedule (and maybe a few Instagram partnerships along the way). This year there is a new host, in addition to lots of recognizable names from prior seasons, including those that we adore, as well as some who we despise with a passion.
Bachelor in Paradise Season 8’s Cast
In a press release on August 26, ABC announced some of the new cast members that would be appearing in the upcoming season. Notably, the number of initial contestants in Season 8 will be the highest it has ever been, with 19 of Bachelor Nation’s favorites making their way to the beach. The majority of the cast has returned from previous seasons, with the biggest fan support going to Clayton Echard’s run as The Bachelor.
The following actors have been selected for the role: Andrew Spencer, Brandon Jones, Brittany Galvin, Casey Woods, Genevieve Parisi, Hailey Malles, Hunter Haag, Jacob Rapini, Jill Chin, Justin Glaze, Kira Mengistu, Lace Morris, Logan Palmer, Michael Allio, Romeo Alexander, Serene Russell, Shanae Ankney, Sierra Jackson, and Teddi Wright. The cast also includes Teddi Wright. Additionally, it was announced in the cast announcement video that Jesse Palmer will be returning for the new season to host.
Bachelor in Paradise Season 8 Premiere Date
According to CinemaBlend Fans of the show won’t have to wait very long at all for fresh content from Bachelor Nation, as the season finale of The Bachelorette, which will air on September 20 and feature Rachel and Gabby, is drawing near. The debut of the eighth season of Bachelor in Paradise is scheduled for the very next week, on September 27 (a Tuesday, as opposed to the typical Monday night time slot for Bachelor).
Bachelor in Paradise Season 8’s Reviews
and Paradise’s back, and everyone’s crying. ABC’s Season 8 opener on September 27 featured tears and heartache. Jesse Palmer joked about the emotional upheaval. Few arrivals to paradise threw cast members for a loop. This season’s Bachelorette cast includes Clayton Echard, Gabby Windey, and Rachel Recchia. Arrivals are cool, steamy, and nervous. The Bachelor’s Serene Russell is excited to meet The Bachelorette’s, Brandon Jones. Brandon soon arrives in a pure BiP manner.
Upon arriving, he heads straight for Serene. In a quiet moment, they have the season’s first kiss. Other cast members wager they’ll get engaged immediately. Kira Mengistu interrupts Jill Chin and Romeo Alexander‘s awkward catch-up chat (which was awkward, to begin with). Jill’s old friend Kira came in and takes her drink. Jesse invites everyone together after this awkward encounter. Has ‘The Bachelor’ Lost Its Magic? also Has ‘The Bachelor’ Lost Its Magic? The newest ‘Bachelorette’ finale highlights the show’s evolution. Always identical structure.
If you’re single and don’t get a rose, you’re leaving. Week 1 gives the gentlemen the flowers and eliminates the women. Everyone says the initiative is sexy in guy-on-guy and girl-on-girl conversations. Women and men like to be pursued. Most of the cast socialize at Wells Adams’ bar on Night 1 without hesitation. Andrew goes on a first date with Teddi. Genevieve Parisi and Justin Glaze and Sierra Jackson and “zaddy” Michael Allio are also developing couples. Lace Morris isn’t as happy.
She describes BiP Season 8 as “the most boring season” ever because no males chased her and the women left her out. “I’m hopeless in Paradise,” she says. “I’ll start faking it.” First, she pretends her birthday at the pub. She utilizes her phony birthday cake as an icebreaker to get alone time with Logan Palmer. When he forgets her name, everything falls apart. She kisses Casey Woods. Jill, Romeo, and Kira cause trouble. Jill and Romeo think they can continue their conversation without Kira later that night.
After Jill and Romeo kiss and express interest in dating, Kira walks in and tells the cameras she didn’t come to paradise to “make good judgments.” Jill said twice that Kira pursues males she’s interested in, and Kira says she’s been interfering with Jill. Jill tells the other women about Juliet’s second interjection. Romeo tells Kira he’s connected with and pursuing Jill. “Let me chase Jill in peace,” he tells Kira. Kira says she “didn’t deserve this” In solo interviews, she claims she feels played and hates them both. On the beach, she accuses Jill and Romeo of gaslighting and slut-shaming her, which never happens.
Bachelor in Paradise Season 8 Trailer
Who’s the Villain This Season?
According to a post that Reality Steve made on June 28th, Kate Gallivan is possibly going to be the next villain. According to what he has written, “She appears to be generating quite the noise down there.” “I don’t believe her edit is going to be that amazing, and she’s making some of the contestants feel uncomfortable,” said the judge.
Where can you watch all seasons of The Bachelor?
In addition to seasons 21, 24, and 25, of The Bachelor, as well as seasons 11 through 16 of The Bachelorette, seasons 4, 5, and 6 of Bachelor in Paradise, and the first season of The Bachelor: Winter Games, are all available on HBO Max. (Here you can read up on how to watch HBO Max.) At long last, The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons Ever is available to stream in its entirety on fuboTV.
The eighth season of Bachelor in Paradise premieres September 27. There will be 19 bachelors and bachelorettes hitting the beach for a second chance at love. The majority of the cast has returned from previous seasons, with the biggest fan support going to Clayton Echard.
ABC’s Season 8 opener on September 27 featured tears and heartache. Arrivals are cool, steamy, and nervous. Most of the cast socialize at Wells Adams’ bar on Night 1 without hesitation. Week 1 gives the gentlemen the flowers and eliminates the women.