Bachelor Nation, we introduce you to–Kaitlyn Bristowe’s new series, 9 to Wine.
Kaitlyn Bristowe has been an anchor for Bachelor Nation in the darkness we’ve all been plunged into lately. Her podcast keeps us connected to the Bachelor Nation franchise, and through her, we feel closer to our franchise favorites. Shout-out to all the other alums doing the same (we know there is a lot of you!).
I’m particularly excited about Bristowe’s latest project, 9 To Wine, a brand new series through Kin, “a portfolio of profitable shows serving diverse audiences across all platforms.” I was intrigued by what and who Kin is, and I was pleasantly surprised to learn about their platform and their vision. Take a peek here to see what I’m talking about–I promise, it’s pretty darn cool.
9 To Wine is all about getting out of “those funks” and picking yourself back up again despite them. I think this is something we can all benefit from, especially right now, so the timing could not be more perfect for Kaitlyn Bristowe to do this.
To share the news of her upcoming Kin series, Bristowe filmed the trailer from the comfort of her Nashville home with boyfriend and Bachelor Nation alum Jason Tartick.
"We’re going to get down to the real, raw, not-to-glamorous times of life. Sometimes I fall apart. It happens. I get down, I don’t stay there long. And I’m going to share some tricks and tips to get out of those funks, and hopefully it can help you too."
The best part of all of this? SHE IS RELEASING MUSIC. Yes, that’s right, and we’ll be there by her side through it all.
"I’m going to bring you along with me while I release my music — which I’m terrified about — while I expand my hair accessory line, while I continue to podcast and hopefully go on tour. Scratch that, not hopefully, it will happen. Soon-ish. Maybe. Yes."
Kaitlyn Bristowe, stop toying with our hearts, it’s too much for us to bear. We’ve got her new series, new music, and a look into her daily life to look forward to. I think it’s going to be a great and welcome distraction, plus we’ll likely get some Tartick along the way, which I’m certainly not complaining about.
I’m excited to see what 9 To Wine has to offer, and I’m even more excited to see Bristowe create some music along the way. I’m sure plenty of you are as excited as I am about all of this, and if that is indeed the case, then mark your calendars for May 6th for the series launch of 9 To Wine.
Fans can watch the Kin series on YouTube, Instagram TV, and Facebook Watch, and look forward to new episodes every Wednesday at 10 AM PST.
I CAN’T WAIT!
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