Bachelor in Paradise
Part two of the season premiere shows the awkward conversation on race, consent, and personal responsibility that took place when when everyone came back after the shut-down.
The premiere episode of "Bachelor in Paradise" tried to traffic in debaucherous summer fun, but the controversy that halted the production in June hung over the set like a dark cloud.
Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson are returning for the reunion episode of "Bachelor in Paradise," but history shows bringing public scandals into reality TV after the fact never bodes well.
Allegations of sexual misconduct on the set of "Bachelor in Paradise" halted the show's production for an investigation. Now, it's been announced that the show will resume filming—and a contestant embroiled in the controversy has been invited back.
Warner Brothers announced that an internal investigation found no evidence of misconduct, and "Bachelor in Paradise" is still set to premiere this summer.
Allegations of misconduct and sexual assault on "Bachelor in Paradise" have exposed troubling practices around drinking, consent, and safety on reality TV. We asked producers what they do (and don't do) to protect contestants.
The sophomore bow of Lifetime's critical hit often resembled the very thing it's satirizing.