All you need to know about The Bachelorette TV show. Find out about the cancel/renew status and premiere date of The Bachelorette season 16 and The Bachelorette Season 17.
Find out the cancel/renew status of The Bachelorette TV show.
Has The Bachelorette been cancelled? Is The Bachelorette renewed for the 2021-2022 season?
We have the most reliable information on whether The Bachelorette is cancelled or renewed for the 2021/22 season or beyond. See below to discover whether there be Season 17 of The Bachelorette!
Status: Renewed for Season 16
Series Run: January 8, 2003 –
Total current Season(s): 16
Genre: Competition, Game Show, Reality, Relationship, Romance
Additional Notes: In August 2019, ABC renewed The Bachelorette for Season 16, to premiere October 13, 2020
The Bachelorette Series Information:
Bachelor Nation, the wait is finally over! Clare Crawley will finally embark on her journey to find true love as “The Bachelorette” returns for its sizzling 16th season on a new night. Clare had women across America cheering from their living rooms when she famously stood up to controversial Bachelor Juan Pablo during the memorable 18th season finale of “The Bachelor.” Clare left the season with a new sense of self-worth and a determination to never settle for anything less than the unconditional love and respect that she deserved. Follow her passionate, wild ride to find her soul mate and the explosive turn of events that will have all of Bachelor Nation talking.
“The Bachelorette” ranked as last summer’s No. 1 TV series among Adults 18-49, marking the first time ever the ABC unscripted series finished as the highest-rated series of the summer. The 15th season of “The Bachelorette” improved over the show’s prior season by 5% with Adults 18-49. Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelorette” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Unscripted Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton, Nicole Woods, Bennett Graebner, Peter Gust, Tim Warner, Louis Caric and Peter Geist are the executive producers.