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Nick Cummins returns to TV after his disastrous stint on The Bachelor

Nick Cummins returns to TV after his disastrous stint on The Bachelor for season two of his series Off The Grid

His most memorable TV role was on The Bachelor in 2018, which concluded with him dumping both finalists and leaving the show single.

And Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins will return to screens this weekend with a second season of his Seven travel show Off the Grid.

The BCF-sponsored program, which will focus on the Northern Territory’s Arnhem Land, premieres this Sunday on 7Plus and 7Mate. 

Coming soon: Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins will return to screens this weekend with a second season of his travel show Off the Grid on 7Plus and 7Mate

‘Need a morale boost?’ Nick wrote on Instagram. ‘Well you’ve come to the wrong place. But if you’ve got time, check out Off the Grid in Arnhem Land.’ 

In a promo shot, Nick is seen with his friend Blair Frendin fishing in a boat while wearing a BCF fishing shirt and black shorts.

In the background is a picturesque scene including a crocodile on the muddy shoreline, a four-wheel drive bursting through the brush, and boulders and palm trees set against the afternoon sky.    

Adventure: The five-episode second season already aired in early April on the BCF Australia YouTube channel, with the first episode reaching 155,000 views

Adventure: The five-episode second season already aired in early April on the BCF Australia YouTube channel, with the first episode reaching 155,000 views

The five-episode second season already aired in early April on the BCF Australia YouTube channel, with the first episode reaching 155,000 views. 

Each week Nick hikes, drives, cooks, camps and explores every nook and cranny of Arnhem Land – only carrying the bare essentials.

The first season of the show focused on West Australia’s breathtaking Kimberley region and clocked an impressive three million views online.

On a journey: Each week Nick hikes, drives, cooks, camps and explores every nook and cranny of Arnhem Land - only carrying the bare essentials

On a journey: Each week Nick hikes, drives, cooks, camps and explores every nook and cranny of Arnhem Land – only carrying the bare essentials

The new season also sees Nick experiencing close encounters with a number of native animals and predators, including sharks, crocodiles and wild buffalos.

‘Travelling through Arnhem Land was a helluva adventure’ Nick said earlier this year. 

‘BCF had us fully equipped to tackle ever challenge the Top End had for us’ he added.

'Helluva adventure': The new season also sees Nick experiencing close encounters with a number of native animals and predators, including sharks, crocodiles and wild buffalos

‘Helluva adventure’: The new season also sees Nick experiencing close encounters with a number of native animals and predators, including sharks, crocodiles and wild buffalos

Controversial: His most memorable TV role was on The Bachelor in 2018, which concluded with him dumping both finalists and leaving the show single

Controversial: His most memorable TV role was on The Bachelor in 2018, which concluded with him dumping both finalists and leaving the show single

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