A little over a year ago, I made a post about my love for the Bachelor, and while the first two seasons were great, it was never quite what I had in mind for my favorite Bachelor franchise.
I had wanted to see a young, sexy Bachelor, a Bachelor in her twenties, who was not only a hot and sexy person, but also one who had some pretty serious work to do.
So when the show announced that the Bachelor franchise would be coming to an end in 2019, it gave me an immediate rush of excitement.
“The Bachelor” has always been about women, so it seemed like a natural fit.
When I first started watching the show, I was so eager to get my first taste of Bachelor in the Bachelorette.
That show, and so many of its subsequent seasons, were a perfect example of the Bachelor in motion.
They were filled with beautiful women, with a lot of great drama and romance, and the characters were always funny, smart, and, most importantly, vulnerable.
But now, in a few months, the show’s producers are making an announcement that, while the franchise has been around for quite some time, the Bachelor is going to end.
The Bachelor in 2019 is going away.
Now, I’m not going to sugarcoat anything.
It’s hard to write about The Bachelor when you know it’s coming to a close.
My initial reaction was that the show was ending with the showrunners announcing that it was going to be cancelled.
Then I heard that the series would be moving to a new network.
For me, the news was more bittersweet.
While The Bachelor has always represented the aspirational, fun-loving life of a Bachelor, I’ve always felt like the show had too many women in it.
At first, I thought that I’d just be happy that I could finally be on a show where I could have some sort of romantic relationship, and not have to deal with my physical appearance, the awkwardness of dating someone who looks like me, and of course, being judged by the other women in my life.
In some ways, The Bachelor was a game show.
You’d come home one day and find your family watching, and you were the only one in the house, and no one else had noticed.
There was nothing that made me feel less of a woman, and nothing that said that I was a weak-willed, submissive, unattractive person.
However, as the show got older, I realized that my feelings of entitlement and inadequacy had gotten so bad that I didn’t want to participate anymore.
If I had been on The Bachelor, my family would have noticed and would have been offended.
Instead, they were watching the Bachelor and cheering me on.
And I never would have thought that the end of The Bachelor would mean that my dreams for a career as a TV producer and a professional actor would come to an abrupt end.
For the next couple of years, I’ll be focused on my Bachelor in Motion projects, and on the Bachelor spin-off series.
As much as I’d like to have more time with the series, there is only so much time that I can dedicate to it before it ends.
Fortunately, I am also going to continue working on the next Bachelor in House, a series about the lives of women in the Bachelor family.
Like The Bachelor in 2018, this new show focuses on a group of women who all have their own stories and struggles to make their way in a world where women are often not respected, treated fairly, or afforded the opportunities that they deserve.
This is the first time I’m writing for a show about a Bachelor family and the first Bachelor spinoff series that I’m a part of.
Hopefully, I can bring something different to the show that is interesting to the viewer.
Also, there are so many great Bachelor spinoffs out there that I’ve been trying to work on.
I hope you’ll stay tuned for more news about my Bachelor franchise in the coming months.