Amazon is getting its own international version of The Bachelorette

BACHELOR IN PARADISE - Summer lovinÕ is sure to happen fast as the hit series ÒBachelor in ParadiseÓ returns for season five TUESDAY, AUG. 7 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Paul Hebert)WELLS, YUKI
BACHELOR IN PARADISE - Summer lovinÕ is sure to happen fast as the hit series ÒBachelor in ParadiseÓ returns for season five TUESDAY, AUG. 7 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Paul Hebert)WELLS, YUKI /
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Are you crazy to get more of The Bachelorette in your life? Never fear! A new series will be coming to Amazon Prime very soon.

It really wasn’t that long ago when Bachelor Winter Games first aired and we were all introduced to some of The Bachelor’s international faces. We fell in love with stars from Canada, Germany, Australia and more. We liked Yuki from Japan so much that we kept her around for Bachelor in Paradise! Well, if you’re a fan of Yuki and her international co-stars, here’s some news to make your day: Amazon recently gave the greenlight to a Japanese version of The Bachelorette!

No, just because the show will be on Amazon Prime does not mean that it’s a rip-off of the original ABC series. Rather, the streaming service acknowledges the show’s origins and says that this new version of The Bachelorette is part of a larger push for Prime to better represent “authentic stories” set in countries across the world.

A Japanese take on The Bachelorette isn’t going to be for everyone. Even with subtitles, the language barrier can certainly get a little tiring when watching international TV. Still, there’s a lot to dive into here for the bonafide Bachelor superfan.

While many months of our year are occupied with different Bachelor spin-offs, there is always some down time remaining when we miss all that drama. What better way to fill that void in our lives than with an unfamiliar crew on The Bachelorette?

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Japan already has their own version of The Bachelor (that’s where Yuki came from), but this is flipping those gender roles. How will it go in a new country? What gender issues will arise in Japan that may not come up in America? We’re excited to find out.

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What do you think? Can you brave the subtitles and check out Japan’s new version of The Bachelorette on Amazon Prime? Or will you stick to your original American series?