The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever: No new episode this week!


Sorry, Bachelor Nation–there is no episode of The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever this week.

The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever is on break this week which means we’ll once again have to deal with the reality of a Bachelor Nation-less Monday. I know, it’s going to be hard, but we can do this guys!

Why is there a break?

Honestly, I don’t know but if I had to guess I’d say it’s likely to give production a week to prepare the rest of the episodes for the retrospective series. Plus, I’m not sure if you guys realize this, but we’re already at the halfway point of the season, so one week off makes even more sense.

Given that The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever was a last-ditch effort to put something Bachelor Nation related on our television screens this summer, it’s impressive we’ve gotten all that we have. Putting together and editing old episodes of past seasons and tracking down the alums and asking them to appear on the show is no easy task. Especially considering they didn’t have much time to put it all together.

So, yes, we have one week off, but it makes total sense since we’re halfway through the season at this point, and everyone deserves a break–even Chris Harrison’s son, Joshua (in case you didn’t know he’s manning the cameras).

Who is the next episode of The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons about?

I’m so glad you asked! Up next we have two-time Bachelor lead, Brad Womack. He got the opportunity to be the leading man not once, but twice. His story is an interesting one, and if you’ve never heard of the drama that ensued following Brad’s seasons–you’re in for a treat, let me tell you.

Plus, he was the Bachelor–twice. You know there had to be something there that prompted his return, and we can’t wait to see and hear all about it (and hopefully hear from him too!) next Monday!

Next. Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood’s breakup gets messy. dark

Feeling the no episode blues? Go check out past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette on HBO Max–it’s the perfect substitute!

What will you be doing to occupy the 3-hour gap in your Monday night schedule? Tell us in the comments below!