Bachelor in Paradise to air twice a week, here's all about the change in schedule
'Bachelor in Paradise' has plenty of reasons to celebrate, seeing two episodes will be airing weekly
When it comes to finding love on 'Bachelor in Paradise', all bets are off because you never know when heartache is lurking right around the corner!
Season 7 has gotten off to quite the start, with couples getting cosy already. Wells Adams returns as the island's bartender and a rotating set of hosts consisting of David Spade, Lance Bass, Tituss Burgess, and Lil Jon.
With an upcoming rose ceremony, the ladies have started to scramble to lock down their men, seeing that the men get to give out roses this week. The rose ceremony will keep alternating through the season. With the number of men being higher than that of the women, the ladies are certainly starting to feel the heat of the situation. And, the situation seems to have gotten even more intense, with the arrival of 'The Bachelor' Season 23 contestant, Demi Burnett.
Burnett, who also happens to have won Season 6 of 'Bachelor in Paradise, ' is all set to shake things up and keep the ladies on their toes. But, it's not all chaos as some couples are off to quite the romantic start, with Abigail Heringer and Noah Erb even earning their first date and starting what looks like a promising relationship.
Seeing that there is drama galore this season, fans will be thrilled to know that there is a change in the show's schedule. 'Bachelor in Paradise', which began airing on Mondays at 8/7c, will now air on Monday and Tuesday at 8/7c, as of August 23. The show will return to its regular programming of one episode per week from September 14 onwards, with the episode being aired on Tuesdays.
The new updated schedule definitely gives fans a chance to get in on more of the drama, instead of waiting a whole week for another episode. And, with rumors afloat that season 14 Bachelorette Becca Kufrin will be joining the show, the drama that will follow is sure to be explosive, especially for Joe Amabile. Joe, who was on Becca's season, competed for her hand previously.
To add to it, he is fresh out of a relationship with Kendall Long, who he met on season 5 of 'Bachelor in Paradise'. With Kendall also making an unexpected comeback on the show, Joe's budding romance with Serena Pitt might take a few steps back. It looks like fans will just have to wait and see which couples can make it through the heartache and temptation of it all and thankfully, we don't have to wait an entire week for it!
Catch 'Bachelor in Paradise' on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 pm ET on ABC.