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Network 10 broadcasts Bachelor In Paradise US after axing the Australian version

Network 10 broadcasts Bachelor In Paradise US on one of their multi-channels… after axing the Australian version of the reality show

Australian fans of Bachelor In Paradise will have to be content with watching the American version of the reality show.

After axing Bachelor In Paradise Australia back in October, Network 10 is now broadcasting the US version on 10 Play.

The first episode from season seven of Bachelor In Paradise US premiered last Tuesday at 4pm, with the show being fast-tracked from America.

Import: Australian fans of Bachelor In Paradise will have to be content with watching the American version (pictured) of the reality show

Network 10 shared a teaser trailer from the new series on their official Instagram page last week, introducing fans to Kenny, a 40-year-old boyband manager.    

‘I may be one of the oldest to ever be in Paradise. But to be honest, me, at 40 right now, I’m in pretty much the best shape that I’ve ever been in,’ revealed the passionate nudist. 

He added: ‘I’m 40, what am I supposed to do? I’m not hiding this s**t anymore. I’m not putting all the work in for no one to see it.

Gone but not forgotten: After axing Bachelor In Paradise Australia (pictured) back in October, Network 10 is now broadcasting the US version on 10 Play

Gone but not forgotten: After axing Bachelor In Paradise Australia (pictured) back in October, Network 10 is now broadcasting the US version on 10 Play

‘I’m ready to have the best summer of my life. No clothes, no cares – I’m going to bare it all.’

It was announced in October last year that Bachelor In Paradise Australia wouldn’t be returning for a fourth season this year.

‘We love all the excitement, drama and of course love that Bachelor in Paradise brings, but we have decided to rest it in 2021,’ a spokesperson said at the time.

Direct from the US: The first episode from season seven of Bachelor In Paradise US premiered last Tuesday at 4pm, with the show being fast-tracked from America

Direct from the US: The first episode from season seven of Bachelor In Paradise US premiered last Tuesday at 4pm, with the show being fast-tracked from America

Despite being noticeably absent from 10’s 2021 Upfronts presentation in October, it’s believed the reality TV spin-off will return in 2022.  

The reality series brings together contestants from past seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette for a second chance at love.

The spin-off doesn’t usually perform as well in the ratings as the main programs, but its figures were particularly disappointing last year.

Axed: It was announced in October last year that Bachelor In Paradise Australia wouldn't be returning for a fourth season this year. Pictured, Alisha Aitken-Radburn and Glenn Smith

Axed: It was announced in October last year that Bachelor In Paradise Australia wouldn’t be returning for a fourth season this year. Pictured, Alisha Aitken-Radburn and Glenn Smith

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