An eligible bachelor dates multiple women over several weeks in hopes of finding true love.
Arie Luyendyk Jr.
Arie and the bachelorettes travel to Tuscany, Italy; Becca K. joins Arie on a romantic picnic; Lauren B. tries to convince Arie she's ready for the next step in their relationship; Kendall, Tia and Bekah M. battle for the final rose.
Arie and Lauren B. visit historic sites in Paris; Arie surprises a group of the women with a visit to the legendary dance hall, Moulin Rouge; a two-on-one date ends with a kiss atop the Eiffel Tower; a rose ceremony.
Chelsea joins Arie for a date on a 100-foot yacht; 11 women split into two teams for a day of competitive bowling; Arie and Tia travel the Florida swamps on an air boat; three women end their journey.
Arie and the remaining bachelorettes travel to South Lake Tahoe, Nev.; Seinne joins the bachelor on a parasailing date; one hopeful receives a phone call that might alter her journey; Bekah reveals a secret during her one-on-one date.
Arie selects eight women for a wrestling-themed date; one lucky woman joins the bachelor for a date at a Napa Valley vineyard; one hopeful's best intentions are put to the test at the cocktail party.
Arie takes a date on a motorcycle ride to a mansion where she is styled by Rachel Zoe; a bachelorette with a dark secret travels with Arie to meet his family; race car driver Robby Gordon offers play-by-play during the group date at a racetrack.
Arie gets advice from Sean and Catherine Lowe before meeting with the 29 bachelorettes, eight of whom he must send home during the first rose ceremony.
A behind-the-scenes look at Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s life, family and love of racing; a sneak peek of the women who hope to capture Arie's attention in Season 22; updates on popular couples from prior seasons.
Experienced TV host Michelle Collins and "Bachelor" alumnus Sean Lowe host a post-show discussion of each week's episode of "Bachelor in Paradise," alongside cast members and celebrity fans. Collins and Lowe also present questions and comments from viewers and share exclusive extra content, including previously unseen deleted scenes and bloopers. The program comes from Embassy Row, the company behind the Emmy-nominated "Talking Dead" and "Watch What Happens Live."
Emmy Award winner Andy Cohen hosts a one-hour reboot of the original dating show that features single men and women from all walks of life searching for romance. In the unscripted series, singles are followed on three blind dates to see if a match can be made. The contestants then open up about their experiences in front of a live studio audience. Cohen adds his personal brand of cheeky fun and provocative humor as the contestants reveal their impressions of their dates and whether a connection has been made.
Being famous doesn't necessarily make it easier for celebrities to find love. "Famously Single" tries to help celebrities find partners with help from experts, who guide the stars while they look for love. The celebs live together in a downtown Los Angeles home. They are put through challenges and other exercises that strip away their fame to help them achieve the relationships they covet. The singles -- who come from such areas as TV, music and sports -- head to clubs, bars and tourist hot spots to try to find mates. Romance might be even closer than the housemates think when romantic connections take place in the house.
Patti Stanger has earned her "Millionaire Matchmaker" nickname (also the title of her previous show) through the years she has spent setting up wealthy people through her Millionaire's Club dating service, a practice she continues on this show. In each episode, two wealthy clients check into a luxury property in Southern California, where they unwittingly begin their "love lesson" through custom challenges designed by Stanger and her crew. Stanger then gives her feedback -- which can be brutally honest at times -- in one-on-one sessions with the daters, during which she gives an in-depth review of the surprise date. Each client is then introduced to the matches chosen by Patti, with the hope that one of them will be "the one." Stanger's team includes former beauty queen Candace, who has a psychology degree and is the top associate in Stanger's organization.
Matchmaker Patti Stanger struggles to keep her own personal life on track while running her matchmaking business, Millionaire's Club, which is dedicated to helping wealthy and demanding men and women find the mate of their dreams. She uses every trick she can think of to assist her clients in finding Mr. or Miss Right. Each episode features two clients on dates arranged by Patti and her team. Episodes also detail Stanger's own difficulty in finding a mate for life. She has been engaged but never made it far enough in a relationship to actually walk down the aisle. Not yet, at least.