As we previously reported, filming on this season’s Bachelor in Paradise came to an unexpected halt among “allegations of misconduct” after a producer filed a complaint about “lack of consent” during a scene that was filmed for the show. ABC and Warner Brothers even went as far as sending all the contestants home from their filming location in Mexico.
Today, ABC released a statement stating that the production will resume for this season and the show will air later this summer.
An ABC spokesperson said: “We appreciate the swift and complete investigation by Warner Bros. into allegations of misconduct on the set of ‘Bachelor in Paradise.’ Given their results, the series will resume production, and will air this summer on ABC.”
Bachelor in Paradise is a reality show that airs on ABC featuring “former fan favorites and controversial characters (from the Bachelor and Bachelorette) looking for a chance at love.” This will be the fourth season of Bachelor in Paradise. It is unknown at this time if the show will return on it’s scheduled season premiere date of August 8 and if the contestants involved in the incident in question will for filming.
As I previously mentioned, I didn’t think this show would ever return to the air. So, the fact that it has returned for this season is quite shocking. I’m interested to see how it plays out on TV.
ABC is owned by the Walt Disney Company.
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