When does Bachelor in Paradise start in 2021?

Bachelor fans, we come bearing amazing news! Bachelor in Paradise is scheduled to return to our screens sooner than you think!

The younger sibling of the Bachelor franchise last left us with the sixth season, where contestants Demi Burnett, Kristian Haggerty, Hannah Godwin, Dylan Barbour, Katie Morton, and Chris Bukowski were crowned the winners of the season, all getting engaged in the end. Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Dean Unglert also left the show together, although they did not get engaged.

It’s been almost two years since Bachelor in Paradise season 6 aired, and fans have been wondering when the seventh installment of the series will come to their screens. Don’t worry, we’ve got all the answers we know so far here.

Bachelor in Paradise season 7 release date

UPDATE: ABC has announced that BiP season 7 will debut on August 16.

According to StyleCaster, Reality Steve reported that the spin-off series is set to film at some point between The Bachelorette season 17 with Katie Thurston and The Bachelorette season 18 with Michelle Young. As with past seasons, Bachelor in Paradise season 7 is expected to air this summer, though an exact date has not been confirmed by ABC yet.

Bachelor in Paradise has always begun in August, so we’re expecting that same timeframe for the upcoming season. We’ll let you know once we get confirmation on an exact release date for BiP season 7.

Where is Bachelor in Paradise season 7 filmed?

As of right now, there is no word on where the filming will take place for Bachelor in Paradise season 7.

Though the last few seasons took place in the beautiful town of Sayulita, Mexico, given the global pandemic and precautions varying per country, it’s unlikely that the show will return back to Mexico this year.

However, nothing is set in stone as of yet and we’ll be the first to let you know when anything is announced.

Bachelor in Paradise season 7 host

Being that the franchise’s longtime host Chris Harrison stepped down from his title due to the recent controversy, the host for Bachelor in Paradise season 7 is currently up in the air.

Perhaps, next Bachelorette hosts Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe will take over the hosting responsibilities in this show, too.

All around, we are counting down the days until Bachelor in Paradise season 7 airs. Until then, you can catch us subtly stalking the show’s Instagram page for any updates so that we can keep you all up to date.