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‘The Bachelor’ Will Start Season 23 With 3-Hour Live Premiere

For the first time since 2015, ABC’s “The Bachelor” will kick off with a three-hour live premiere when the show returns for its 23rd season. The extra-long premiere will air on ABC, streaming and on-demand Monday, Jan. 7 from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m EST.

Along with the introduction of the women vying for the heart of Bachelor Colton Underwood, the episode will also pop in on “Bachelor” viewing parties around the country.

The premiere will see 30 women competing for the final rose, with 23 making it to the next week. Throughout the season, the cast will travel to locations around the world including Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Portugal, and Denver, which happens to be Underwood’s hometown.

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Highlights of the upcoming season will include guest appearances by Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Billy Eichner, Terry and Rebecca Crews’ “Bachelor Strongest Woman” competition, featuring color commentary by “Bachelor” host Chris Harrison and Fred Willard, plus performances by country stars Tenille Arts and Brett Young.

The show will also introduce new gameplay for fans taking part in the Official Bachelor Fantasy League; the new rules will be announced at the end of December.

Here’s the complete list of contestants for “The Bachelor” Season 23:

Alex B., 29, a dog rescuer from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Alex D., 23, a sloth from Boston, Massachusetts
Angelique, 28, a marketing salesperson from Hamilton, New Jersey
Annie, 23, a financial associate from New York, New York
Bri, 24, a model from Los Angeles, California
Caelynn, 23, Miss North Carolina 2018 from Charlotte, North Carolina
Caitlin, 25, a realtor from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cassie, 23, a speech pathologist from Huntington Beach, California
Catherine, 26, a DJ from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Courtney, 23, a caterer from Atlanta, Georgia
Demi, 23, an interior designer from Red Oak, Texas
Devin, 23, a broadcast journalist from Medford, Oregon
Elyse, 31, a makeup artist from Soldotna, Alaska
Erika, 25, a recruiter from Encinitas, California
Erin, 28, Cinderella from Plano, Texas

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Hannah B., 23, Miss Alabama 2018 from Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Hannah G., 23, a content creator from Birmingham, Alabama
Heather, 22, never been kissed from Carlsbad, California
Adrianne “Jane,” 26, a social worker from West Hollywood, California
Katie, 26, a medical sales representative from Sherman Oaks, California
Kirpa, 26, a dental hygienist from Whittier, California
Laura, 26, an accountant from Dallas, Texas
Nicole, 25, a social media coordinator from Miami, Florida
Nina, 30, a sales account manager from Raleigh, North Carolina
Onyeka, 24, an IT risk consultant from Dallas, Texas
Revian, 24, an esthetician from Santa Monica, California
Sydney, 27, an NBA dancer from New York, New York
Tahzjuan, 25, a business development associate from Castle Pines, Colorado
Tayshia, 28, a phlebotomist from Corona Del Mar, California
Tracy, 31, a wardrobe stylist from Los Angeles, California

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“The Bachelor” is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton, Nicole Woods, Bennett Graebner and Elan Gale are the executive producers.

All 24 Bachelors Ranked, From Least to Most Dramatic (Photos)

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    As we attempt to decompress from Matt James' historic but chaotic season, let's take a walk down memory lane with the Bachelors of years past. From Arie Luyendyk, Jr. to Jake Pavelka to Colton Underwood, here is TheWrap's ranking of every single Bachelor from least to most dramatic.

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  • 24. Sean Lowe 

    Given that Sean is the only Bachelor whose proposal turned into marriage -- one that's still going strong -- we have to give him the title of Least Dramatic. 

  • Bob Guiney

    23. Bob Guiney 

    Guiney was a contestant on the first-ever season of "The Bachelorette," hitting off the tradition of contestants becoming the next Bachelor or Bachelorette. He didn’t propose to his finalist, Estella Gardinier, but did give her a promise ring. They broke up after the show aired.

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  • Andrew Firestone

    22. Andrew Firestone 

    Andrew Firestone -- yes, like the tire company -- was the third Bachelor in the franchise. He ended his season with a proposal to Jen Schefft, but they ended the relationship after a few months. He's pictured here with his wife Ivana Bozilovic.

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    21. Aaron Buerge 

    Buerge was the second-ever Bachelor, but his season was less than noteworthy… all we really remember about him is that he was a banker. He gave his final rose to Helene Eksterowicz, but they ended up breaking up after the show. He’s now married with two daughters and a stepdaughter.

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    20. Lorenzo Borghes 

    Borghes’ season was injected with a little extra glitz, him being a prince and all. Borghes didn’t propose to his winner, Jennifer Wilson, and the couple broke up about a month after the show. He then briefly dated his runner-up, Sadie Murray, but they didn’t last either.

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  • Andy Baldwin

    19. Andrew Baldwin 

    Season 10’s Andy proposed to Tessa Horst in the finale, but they called off the engagement after the show. The couple continued to date for about six months before breaking up.

  • Byron Velvick

    18. Byron Velvick 

    This deep sea fisherman proposed to Mary Delgado in the finale of Season 6, and the couple had a five-year relationship before splitting. Delgado was arrested for assaulting her new fiancé in 2007, according to People.

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  • Travis Lane Stork

    17. Travis Lane Stork 

    Season 8 Bachelor Stork didn’t propose to his winner, Sarah Stone. The couple dated for a bit after the show, but eventually broke up. He’s now the host of the talk show “The Doctors.”

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  • Alex Michel

    16. Alex Michel 

    Michel was the very first Bachelor, and started out the franchise without even popping the question to Amanda Marsh, who won his final rose. They dated for a few months before splitting up.

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    15. Chris Soules 

    Our small-town farm boy hero Chris Soules didn't have a very dramatic season, all things considered, but he's been rocked by scandal after his time on TV. In April 2017, Soules rear-ended a man on a tractor who later died. He was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal car crash, according to the Des Moines Register. The outlet reported in March that Soules was "appealing the Iowa Supreme Court's recent decision not to consider the merits of the charge against him."

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  • Jesse Palmer

    14. Jesse Palmer 

    Back in Season 5, the early, early days of the long-standing franchise, Jesse's season was billed as the "most dramatic ever!" Even though by now much more dramatic events have happened on "The Bachelor," Jesse did at one point call out the wrong woman's name at the Rose Ceremony and had his best friend's wife posing as a contestant.

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  • Charlie O'Connell

    13. Charlie O'Connell 

    Charlie's season finale was interesting in that he chose contestant Sarah Brice, but didn't propose to her. The couple dated for two years, broke up, got back together, and then broke up again in 2010. Charlie married Playboy Playmate Anna Sophia Berglund in 2018.

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    12. Matt Grant 

    The most memorable thing about Season 12's bachelor is that he's British. Sadly, the aftermath of his season was met with tragedy. Contestant Erin Storm died in a plane crash in 2016. Matt told ET that he was "massively shocked" to learn of her death, and that "We were lucky to have Erin on season 12. She was genuine, self-assured, beautiful and hilarious."

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    11. Ben Higgins 

    Ben's season itself was pretty tame -- minus the usual tears -- up until the near end, when he told both finalists JoJo Fletcher and Lauren Bushnell that he was in love with them. He ultimately chose Lauren, and the couple had a spin-off show on Freeform titled "Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After?" while JoJo went on to be the next Bachelorette. Ben and Lauren didn't last, though, and broke up in the spring of 2017.

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    10. Peter Weber 

    We haven't even seen the ending of his season yet, but so far, this man attracts drama wherever he goes. Maybe it's because he stirs the pot by literally asking the women in the house to talk trash about each other. Maybe it's because he's afraid of warnings that some girls aren't there for "the right reasons." Maybe he just doesn't know what he wants... or maybe, just maybe, he's still in love with Hannah Brown. Just a theory! 

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    9. Colton Underwood 

    Even before the famous fence-jump, Colton's season turned up the drama when Katie informed our Bachelor that there were people in the house who might not be there for the right reasons. Suddenly, that concept became his "greatest fear." But things got crazy after Cassie, his true love of that season, sent herself home because her dad didn't want her to marry him. The man dramatically ripped off his mic, jumped that damn fence, and successfully evaded producers for a couple of hours before returning to the show with one goal in his heart -- win back Cassie. But it was not to last, as Underwood in 2021 publicly came out as gay.

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  • Jake Pavelka - The Bachelor - ABC

    8. Jake Pavelka  

    Jake's season was actually full of dramatic moments. Contestant Rozlyn Papa was kicked off the show for having  "physical relationship" with one of the producers, Ali Fedotowsky left early to return to work, and for the first time in franchise history, both women on the two-on-one date were sent home. Jake and his final rose recipient Vienna Girardi broke up a few months after the season concluded.

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  • 7. Ben Flajnik 

    Ben started on Bachelorette Ashley Hebert's season, where he was the runner up to JP Rosenbaum. His consolation was being the next Bachelor, where he chose Courtney Robertson as his fiancée. Courtney was a polarizing figure on the season, and it's safe to say that the other contestants didn't like her much. They broke up after the season, and she ended up writing a tell-all book about her experience.

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    6. Matt James 

    It should have been a triumphant, landmark season. After 18 years and 24 seasons, "The Bachelor" in 2020 finally cast its first Black male lead, 29-year-old real estate developer Matt James. Unfortunately, the first half of the season was dominated by petty drama from bullies like "Queen Victoria," and the second half was overshadowed by offscreen controversies that made the show downright uncomfortable to watch. Chief among them: contestant Rachael Kirkconnell's past racist actions -- which came to light about midway through the season airing -- and host Chris Harrison's ignorant defense of those actions. Matt ended up choosing Rachel, but by the time the finale aired, they had broken up, Harrison had stepped down as host and "Bachelor" fans were left trying to reckon with the franchise's glaring race problems.

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    5. Juan Pablo Galavis 

    Juan Pablo is the Bachelor that everyone loved to hate -- he's even been declared the worst bachelor in history. His unsavory reputation is warranted: He made headlines for saying there should never be a gay bachelor and used the word "pervert" in his reasoning. He slut-shamed one of his own finalists, and ABC had to release a statement apologizing for his "careless, thoughtless and insensitive" comments, later removing him from the cast of "Dancing With the Stars." He ended up choosing Nikki Ferrell -- kind of. He didn't propose to her, but gave her the final rose. At the After the Final Rose Ceremony, he refused to say he loved her, even after Chris Harrison's prodding.

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  • 4. Brad Womack 

    Brad has gone down in Bachelor history because he ended his first season (yes -- he was the Bachelor twice) without proposing to anyone. The move caused a groundswell of backlash, but we have to hand it to Brad for not playing along with the show's finale just for the sake of proposing. Brad was the Bachelor for the second time in 2011, when he gave Emily Maynard his final rose. The couple ended up breaking it off after the show ended, however, and Emily became a Bachelorette.

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    3. Nick Viall

    Ohhhh Nick. The Wisconsin native began his Bachelor franchise career on Season 10 of "The Bachelorette," where he won the first impression rose from lawyer Andi Dorfman. He made it to the final round, but was the runner-up to baseball player Josh Murray. Nick was then so infatuated with Kaitlyn Bristowe that he wedged his way into her season, again making it to the final rose but coming up short to personal trainer Shawn Booth. He also had a stint on "Bachelor in Paradise" before becoming the Bachelor in 2016. That's a mouthful just to get to his season.

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  • 2. Jason Mesnick

    It turns out that Arie's change of mind wasn't unprecedented. Jason Mesnick, Bachelor No. 13, pulled a similar switcheroo -- and he's still married with his second choice. This real estate agent from Kirkland, WA, initially proposed to Melissa Rycroft, but later told Chris Harrison that things just weren't the same after the show wrapped, and that he was still in love with Molly Malaney. He broke up with Melissa on national television. "You are such a bastard," she told him. "I wish more than anything on that last day you would have just let me go." Ouch.

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  • Arie Luyendyk Jr. - 'The Bachelor'

    1. Arie Luyendyk, Jr. 

    The finale to his season of "The Bachelor" was billed as the most dramatic in franchise history, and ABC was right. Arie initially picked Becca Kufrin, and proposed to her, saying he would pick her from every day going forward. Fast forward several weeks (after sliding into a handful of former contestants' DMs), and he's breaking up with her to see if he can make things work with runner-up Lauren Burnham in the most awful hour of TV ever. During the After the Final Rose Ceremony, Arie proposed to Lauren... in front of Becca, which was beyond awkward. Becca's consolation prize: She became the next Bachelorette.

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From Arie Luyendyk Jr. to Matt James

As we attempt to decompress from Matt James' historic but chaotic season, let's take a walk down memory lane with the Bachelors of years past. From Arie Luyendyk, Jr. to Jake Pavelka to Colton Underwood, here is TheWrap's ranking of every single Bachelor from least to most dramatic.

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ABC will ring in the new year with Colton Underwood’s televised search for love: Season 23 of The Bachelor will kick off on Monday, Jan. 7, at 8/7c, the network announced Wednesday.

Underwood was revealed as The Bachelor‘s new suitor back in September, after he failed to find love on either The Bachelorette or Bachelor in Paradise. The pro football player first competed for Becca Kufrin’s heart on Season 14 of The Bachelorette, where he notably revealed to Kufrin that he is still a virgin.

After getting eliminated in fourth place, he went on to participate in Season 5 of Bachelor in Paradise, where he struck up a brief and ill-fated romance with former Bachelor contestant Tia Booth.

Speaking with Michael Strahan on Good Morning America in September, Underwood was candid about how his virginity will be a factor in his Bachelor stint.

“One thing I took pride in on both seasons was being true to who I am,” he said at the time. “It took all of that to get to where I’m at now and know who I am as a person and know what I want in a life partner.”

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List of The Bachelor (American TV series) episodes

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The Bachelor is an American datingreality television series created for ABC by Mike Fleiss. It is hosted by Chris Harrison. The series is produced by Next Entertainment and Warner Horizon Television, and revolves around a single bachelor who starts with a pool of romantic interests from whom he is expected to select a wife. During the course of the season, the bachelor eliminates candidates, culminating in a marriage proposal to his final selection. The participants travel to romantic and exotic locations for their adventures, and the conflicts in the series, both internal and external, stem from the elimination-style format of the show.

As of March 15, 2021,[update] 263 episodes of The Bachelor have aired, including twelve specials, currently in its twenty-fifth season. On May 21, 2020, ABC renewed the series for a twenty-fifth season, which premiered on January 4, 2021.[1][2][3]

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Season 5 (2004)[edit]

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Season 6 (2004)[edit]

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Season 8 (2006)[edit]

Season 9 (2006)[edit]

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Season 10 (2007)[edit]

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Season 11 (2007)[edit]

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Season 12 (2008)[edit]

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Season 13 (2009)[edit]

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Season 14 (2010)[edit]

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Season 15 (2011)[edit]

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Season 16 (2012)[edit]

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Season 17 (2013)[edit]

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Season 18 (2014)[edit]

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Season 19 (2015)[edit]

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Season 20 (2016)[edit]

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‘The Bachelor’ Season 23 Gets Premiere Date With Colton Underwood As Rosemaster

The Bachelor mansion got a scare amid the Southern California wildfires, but it survived, and now Season 23 of the dating game has a premiere date.

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ABC has set 8-10 p.m. January 7 for the latest edition of the competition series, which will have Bachelorette alum Colton Underwood controlling the roses. The ex-NFL player charmed Becca Kufrin last season but was sent home single after averring that he had fallen in love. Now it’s his turn in the hot seat.

Here’s the logline for The Bachelor Season 23: When Underwood showed up on Bachelor in Paradise this past summer, he was hopeful that he’d have another chance at love. While he may not have found it, he didn’t leave empty-handed: he found closure with former flame Kufrin; clarity with Bachelor Nation favorite Tia Booth; and, above all, an unwavering desire to find the woman of his dreams. After a summer of growth and a new perspective on what he is looking for in a partner, Underwood is more than ready for this next chapter. This all-American man is looking for a teammate who will join him for a life full of adventure, philanthropy and lasting love, and he is confident that he will find her on The Bachelor.

Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelor is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television. Mike Fleiss, Elan Gale, Bennett Graebner and Nicole Woods are the executive producers.

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‘The Bachelor’ Season 23 Premiere Expanded To Three Hours As ABC Reveals Cast

Here’s a by-the-numbers snapshot of ABC’s revised plans for The Bachelor next month: Season 23, 30 women, one dude and three hours. The network said today that the live season bow of its winter reality staple has been expanded by an hour and now will start at 8 p.m. Monday, January 7.

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The supersized premiere is rare but not unprecedented. Season 19 with Iowa farmer Chris Soules in 2015 also launched with a three-hour tour.

ABC today also ID’d the bachelorettes who will be seeking that elusive rose from Colton Underwood, the ex-NFL player who charmed Becca Kufrin last season but was sent home single after averring that he had fallen in love. Read their names, jobs and hometowns below.

This new season will follow romantic excursions that take Underwood and the women to such far-off lands as Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Portugal — along with the suitee’s hometown of Denver.

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'The Bachelor' Season 23 Gets Premiere Date With Colton Underwood As Rosemaster

The network added that it will be checking in on some Bachelor Nation viewing parties from across the country during the premiere, which also will feature a sit-down with Underwood and host Chris Harrison.

Here are the 30 contestants vying for the Bachelor’s affections this coming season:

Alex B., 29, a dog rescuer from Vancouver
Alex D., 23, a sloth from Boston
Angelique, 28, a marketing salesperson from Hamilton, NJ
Annie, 23, a financial associate from New York City
Bri, 24, a model from Los Angeles
Caelynn, 23, Miss North Carolina 2018 from Charlotte, NC
Caitlin, 25, a realtor from Toronto
Cassie, 23, a speech pathologist from Huntington Beach, CA
Catherine, 26, a DJ from Fort Lauderdale, FL
Courtney, 23, a caterer from Atlanta
Demi, 23, an interior designer from Red Oak, Texas
Devin, 23, a broadcast journalist from Medford, OR
Elyse, 31, a makeup artist from Soldotna, AK
Erika, 25, a recruiter from Encinitas, CA
Erin, 28, Cinderella from Plano, Texas
Hannah B., 23, Miss Alabama 2018 from Tuscaloosa
Hannah G., 23, a content creator from Birmingham, AL
Heather, 22, never been kissed from Carlsbad, CA
Adrianne “Jane,” 26, a social worker from West Hollywood, CA
Katie, 26, a medical sales representative from Sherman Oaks, CA
Kirpa, 26, a dental hygienist from Whittier, CA
Laura, 26, an accountant from Dallas
Nicole, 25, a social media coordinator from Miami
Nina, 30, a sales account manager from Raleigh, NC
Onyeka, 24, an IT risk consultant from Dallas
Revian, 24, an esthetician from Santa Monica
Sydney, 27, an NBA dancer from New York City
Tahzjuan, 25, a business development associate from Castle Pines, CO
Tayshia, 28, a phlebotomist from Corona del Mar, CA
Tracy, 31, a wardrobe stylist from Los Angeles

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Admit it — your Monday nights have lost their meaning ever since the last Bachelor franchise, Bachelor in Paradise, ended. But luckily, we never have to say goodbye to the drama-filled show for long! Next up on the list is The Bachelor, which means we're ready to watch 25 women fight over one man for the 22nd time.

People were pretty shocked that ABC decided to bring back a blast from the past, Arie Luyendyk Jr., as the show's lead. Actually, #BachelorNation had a lot to say about it, too. Regardless of how anyone feels about the choice, we already know that Arie began filming with the ladies in September judging from the looks of producer Mike Fleiss's picture. Not only that, but ABC has finally revealed the premiere date!

Yep, clear your Monday nights in 2018, because The Bachelor is wasting no time in debuting the show in the new year.

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When Does The Bachelor Start 2018? Premiere Date & Time Announced

Arie Luyendyk Jr. returns for a second shot at love, starring in the 22nd season of ABC's hit romance reality series The Bachelor premiering MONDAY, JANUARY 1 at 8|7c on ABC. This is not Arie's first time searching for love as six years ago he almost proposed to Emily Maynard (now Emily Maynard Johnson) during Season 8 of The Bachelorette. Sadly, Arie left the show heartbroken. He stepped away from the spotlight to focus on his career in real estate, which has brought him tremendous success. Even though he has been gone from Bachelor Nation, America hasn't forgotten Arie's rugged good looks and charm. Now Arie is returning to ABC's The Bachelor, hosted by Chris Harrison, for a second chance at love. Watch the Season 22 premiere MONDAY, JANUARY 1 at 8|7c on ABC. 

Watch Emily's season of The Bachelorette now and get to know Arie before the premiere!

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