Bachelor In Paradise Is Coming Back For More Fun in the Sun

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“Bachelor in Paradise” Season 7 Premiere’s Biggest Moments

Being a member of Bachelor Nation is a full-time job.

Bachelor In Paradise, the saucy summer spectacle featuring all of your favorite—and maybe some of your least favorite—cast members from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette has been renewed for season eight, ABC announced April 7.

“Breakout fan favorites from The Bachelor franchise are back and ready for a second (or third) chance at finding love,” the network promised. “They may have left their respective seasons brokenhearted, but now they have the opportunity to travel to a romantic paradise in hopes of turning a potential summer fling into the real thing.”

Sounds like we’re getting some Bachelor In Paradise veterans in the mix! And hey, the show does have a history of its cast members finding love—just look at last season!

Kenny Braasch and Mari Pepin, who got engaged at the end of season seven, are still together. Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt also took the big leap and remain a couple.

And it doesn’t stop there.

Pieper James and Brendan Morais, who both appeared on season seven, are still going strong. Alana Milne and Chris Conran, who caused quite a stir, have made it last, as well.

The seventh season of Bachelor In Paradise was the first without Chris Harrison performing hosting duties. Instead, a group of celebrity hosts including Lance Bass and David Spade rotated the gig.

It’s unclear who will host season eight, but maybe Jesse Palmer can pull the trifecta? The host of The Bachelor was recently announced as host of the upcoming season of The Bachelorette, too.


Season 19 of The Bachelorette, premiering July 11 on ABC, is notable because it features two Bachelorettes for the first time in franchise history. In a twist, Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia will both attempt to find love for the entire season. 

If being a member of Bachelor Nation has taught us anything, it’s to always expect the unexpected. 

We can’t wait to see what Bachelor In Paradise has in store when it airs this summer on ABC.

Read on for the latest news about TV renewals and cancelations:


Renewed: The Cleaning Lady (Fox)

The Cleaning Lady has been renewed for a second season at Fox.

Courtesy of Steve Harvey Global

Renewed: Judge Steve Harvey (ABC)

Order in the court! A renewal order, that is. Judge Steve Harvey will return for season two.

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Renewed: Bachelor in Paradise (ABC)

We’ll be heading back to paradise with Bachelor Nation, as BiP has been renewed for an eighth season.

Courtesy of HBO Max

Renewed: Winning Time (HBO)

The Lakers’ season might be over, but at least there’s news about season two of Winning Time. The HBO series was renewed for a second season in April 2022.


Ending: Locke & Key (Netflix)

In April 2022, Netflix announced that Locke & Key would be ending with season three. The final season will premiere later in the year.

Apple TV+

Renewed: Severance (Apple TV+)

Mark Scout and his Lumon colleagues will continue their story in season two of the Apple TV+ series.

Matthias Clamer/FX

Ending: Snowfall (FX)

Snowfall will come to an end with its sixth and final season.

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Renewed: The Drew Barrymore Show (CBS)

CBS confirmed The Drew Barrymore Show will return for a third season but noted it will look a bit different on the next go around. The talk show will now be 30-minutes long to “meet the needs” of local news stations.


Renewed: NCIS (CBS)

NCIS will have a 20th season.


Renewed: NCIS: Hawai’i (CBS)

We’ll be heading back to paradise with NCIS: Hawai’i.


Renewed: NCIS: Los Angeles (CBS)

CBS renewed NCIS: Los Angeles for a 14th season.


Renewed: The Good Doctor (ABC)

The Good Doctor snagged a season six renewal in March 2022.


Renewed: The Rookie (ABC)

The Rookie will return for a fifth season.


Renewed: Love Is Blind (Netflix)

On March 24, Netflix revealed that they renewed Love Is Blind for two more seasons.

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Canceled: Archive 81 (Netflix)

The archiving has stopped, as Netflix canceled the series in March.

The CW

Renewed: Riverdale (The CW)

We’ll be heading back to Riverdale, as the CW renewed the drama for a seventh season.

The CW

Renewed: The Flash (The CW)

We’re moving quickly to tell you this news: The Flash will return to the CW with a ninth season.


Renewed: All American (The CW)

All American will have a fifth season on the CW.

The CW

Renewed: Kung Fu (The CW)

Kung Fu will be back in action on the CW.

The CW

Renewed: Nancy Drew (The CW)

Nancy Drew is still on the case, as the CW show has been renewed.

The CW

Renewed: Superman & Lois (The CW)

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a third season of Superman & Lois!

Rebecca Brenneman/The CW

Renewed: Walker (The CW)

Walker has been renewed for a third season.


Renewed: And Just Like That… (HBO Max)

And Just Like That…Carrie and the gang will be back for a second season.

Eduardo Castaldo / HBO

Ending: My Brilliant Friend (HBO)

HBO announced that the Italian drama will conclude with its fourth season.


Renewed: Tyler Perry’s Sistas (BET)

Tyler Perry’s Sistas will return for a fifth season on BET.


Renewed: Tyler Perry’s The Oval (BET)

We’ll be heading back to D.{C|Chemical|D|G}. thanks to BET’s season four renewal of Tyler Perry’s The Oval.


Ending: New Amsterdam (NBC)

NBC announced the medical drama will come to an end after five seasons ahead of the May 24 season four finale. 

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Renewed: Vikings: Valhalla (Netflix)

Good news, Vikings fans! Netflix has ordered two more seasons of the gruesome series, with production already wrapped on the sophomore season. According to TV Line, eight new episodes are set to premiere next year, with production on the third season beginning this spring.


Ending: Never Have I Ever (Netflix)

On March 8, Netflix revealed that Mindy Kaling‘s Never Have I Ever will be ending with its fourth season.


Renewed: Grown-ish (Freeform)

We’re heading back to college!

Freeform renewed Grown-ish for a fifth season on March 7.

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