Will you accept another rose, "The Bachelorette" and "Bachelor in Paradise"? Yes, they will!
ABC has renewed the two reality dating shows for new seasons to air in 2020. Season 15 of "The Bachelorette" concluded last week; Season 6 of "Bachelor in Paradise" premieres tonight.
Last week's "Bachelorette" finale, which revealed the outcome of Hannah Brown's question for love, was the show’s highest-rated broadcast in two years.
The two-night finale saw Brown get engaged to Nashville singer-songwriter Jed Wyatt. But in "After the Final Rose," Brown confronted Wyatt about reports that he had a serious girlfriend that he never broke up before filming began.
Brown then ended their relationship and asked runner-up Tyler Cameron on a date.
Meanwhile, "The Bachelor" has already been renewed for its next season, to air in January 2020. All three shows are hosted by Chris Harrison.