ABC’s The Bachelor is bringing out a new series hosted by Chris Harrison called The Bachelor: The Most Unforgettable – Ever and it’s going to bring viewers a blast from the past. You won’t want to miss this because it’s going to showcase the best parts of the franchise’s 18-year run. Chris is super excited about it. He even spilled some juicy details about the upcoming special that premieres this June.
The Bachelor: Chris Harrison Teases 10 Episode Highlight Show
Although COVID-19 has caused production to halt on Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette, fans are still getting something this summer. Instead of a normal season of one of the franchise’s shows, ABC is releasing a special series entitled The Most Unforgettable – Ever.
It will consist of ten three-hour-long episodes that feature the best and craziest moments over the last 18 years. Chris Harrison said he would love to do more than just the allotted amount of episodes because there’s so much to look back on. Bachelor fans fill fall in love with the franchise all over again. It’ll feature fan-favorites like Ben Higgins and Kaitlyn Bristowe and some not so lived like Juan Pablo.
Chris Will Return to the Mansion to Host
It might look a little bit different, but Chris Harrison will still be hosting the highlight serious. In a recent interview, Chris said he’s going to be filming from the Bachelor Mansion, which is only a five-minute drive from his Los Angeles home. He will be the only one in the room while taping, with a skeleton crew in other rooms talking to him through video chat or headsets.
Chris also said there are certain “protocols” that will be in place to guarantee everyone’s safety. He is only allowed to go in certain places and has everything that has to be disinfected after. Bachelor production is putting Chris and the crew’s health above everything else.
The Bachelor: Newer Faces Won’t Be Seen
Sorry Peter Weber and Hannah Brown fans, but Chris Harrison says that the newer seasons probably won’t make the cut. They’re already fresh in the minds of the fans so it wouldn’t make sense to look back on stuff that aired just a couple months ago. Instead, it’ll be throwing it back to the older seasons. What moment would you like to see make the ABC limited series?
It begins on June 8 at 8 pm ET on ABC.
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