A ‘Bachelor In Quarantine’ Spinoff Show May Be In The Works At ABC

  • ABC is considering a new show, Bachelor in Quarantine, amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to execs.
  • Other Bachelor franchises, including The Bachelorette, have been cancelled or postponed.
  • The new spinoff might have contestants film in their own homes.

Are you craving some Bachelor content RN? Normally, The Bachelorette would be filling the Peter Weber-sized hole in your streaming sched right about now. However, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the series has been postponed.

But ABC is doing everything it can think of to bring fans more journeys to find love, even if it means Bachelor in Quarantine. (No, I’m not talking about The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart.)

ABC exec Rob Mills told Deadline that internally, they’ve been considering a totally new show format, Bachelor in Quarantine. They’re also determined to make Clare Crawley’s tenure as The Bachelorette happen. “She’s always been resilient,” Mills shared. “We’re going to do her a season and it’s going to be fantastic. If she finds a person, then this all means it was all meant to be. We’ll be nimble.”

Desperate times call for desperate measures, amirite? At this point, ABC appears to be up to the challenge. “The best thing about The Bachelor is its willingness to evolve as a format,” Mills told Deadline. “So if we need to shoot a cycle that reflects these times, that’s what we’re going to look at doing.”

That said, longtime Bachelor host Chris Harrison doesn’t want fans to get too excited too soon. Last week, he went on The Bill Simmons Podcast and shared: “Getting 20 cast members is one thing, getting 100 to 180 crew members and putting a director in a truck next to the producers, where you’ve got 30 people in a trailer next to each other is another thing. There’s a lot of logistics that go into it. We are on it, we’re chomping on the bit to produce content.”

So, without a full production team behind the cameras or contestants co-mingling, what would Bachelor in Quarantine look like? Perhaps a mix of Netflix’s The Circle and Bachelor in Paradise, featuring a lot of selfie-style filming straight from the cast. After all, what better place to fall in love than right at home?

Jennifer Nied is a contributing writer for Women’s Health with more than 10 years of writing and editing experience, specializing in wellness, adventure travel, and fitness, with work appearing in Budget Travel, American Spa, Women’s Health, and more.

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