Another spin-off for The Bachelor announced, this time with NFL player Jesse Palmer playing host

The Proposal — the running title of the show — follows ten daters who are vying for the heart of the potential man or woman who they hope to propose in the end.


                            Another spin-off for The Bachelor announced, this time with NFL player Jesse Palmer playing host
Jesse Palmer (Getty Images)

Listen up all you Bachelor fans! If you were thinking what you would do after season 22 of The Bachelor came to an end, you now have an answer. Thanks to ABC who thinks that The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, and The Bachelor Winter Games weren't enough for the audience, they have decided to introduce yet another spin-off for the show which will be known as 'The Proposal'. 

The mastermind and the producer of the show is Mike Fleiss. The reality series will consist 10 episodes and unlike The Bachelor, things are going to a tad bit different this time around. This series will see a new romantic journey every episode. According to ABC, "each one-hour episode will feature 10 eligible daters competing in four pageant-style rounds to win the heart of a mystery suitor, or 'suitress,' whose identity is concealed from them." 

If you are thinking this pageant round would consist of wearing beachwear, well, you are right. One of the rounds for the show consists of the contestants flaunting their curves in beachwear. Apart from this, the show will also consist of first impressions round, Q&A round in which each person must "answer the mystery suitor's most pressing romantic questions." 

The fourth round will be the one where the daters will have to strive to get the approval of one of the family members. There is no doubt that it is going to be quite a challenge, but that's where the fun lies, right? However, there is one thing that sticks through to this show is how people will be eliminated if there is no connection between the suitor and the contestants. 

In the end, when there are only two people remaining, the identity of this mystery person will be revealed to others so they can "present a romantic proposal of their choice." Meanwhile, sadly, Chris Harrison will not be hosting the show and fan will get to see NFL player Jesse Palmer as the host for the show. The proposal is said to air this Summer on ABC. 

No specific date has been announced as of now. For all those wondering if the show will clash with Bachelor in Paradise that is said to come to the television screens in summer, producer Mike Fleiss confirmed on Twitter that the show will premiere despite this.