'The Bachelor' Season 24 trailer teases Peter Weber asking Hannah Brown to join him and fans say they are not falling for this 'clickbait'

Taking to Twitter post the release of the trailer fans claim that this was a clickbait attempt by the series like every other season to date, and if you look back it does seem true.


                            'The Bachelor' Season 24 trailer teases Peter Weber asking Hannah Brown to join him and fans say they are not falling for this 'clickbait'

'The Bachelor' season 24 is all set to premiere on January 6th, 2020. On Monday night when 'Dancing With The Stars' season 28 aired with its finale, ABC also released a first look for the forthcoming season of 'The Bachelor. The trailer teases that Hannah makes an appearance on the first night at the mansion, and Peter tries to convince her to stay in the house in what looked like quite an intimate moment. 

"I'm so confused right now. What are you doing here?" Peter asks Hannah as they begin to get cozy on the couch as the other women in the house peep through the door to see what's happening. "Making decisions for my heart, because I know there's still something there, and I would do anything for a relationship," Hannah replies. 

"Hannah Brown, what I'm about to say is extremely crazy. What would you say if I asked you to come be part of the house?" Peter asks Hannah. Later the series released another promo that showed Hannah exiting the limo at the mansion. 



 

 

Taking to Twitter post the release of the trailer fans claim that this was a clickbait attempt by the series like every other season to date, and if you look back it does seem true. If we look at Colton Underwood's season of the Bachelor, the clickbait that was used throughout the season was his virginity and his fence jump. Hannah's season of the Bachelorette had Luke Parker and his toxic masculinity as a clickbait, and toward the end, it was the sex in the windmill. 

If we go back to season 13 of 'The Bachelorette' the series brought in its first black Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay. And for Becca Krufin's season, it was alt-right supporter Garrett Yrigoyen. Now when it came to Peter Weber's season of 'The Bachelor' there was nothing other than the fact that he had sex in a windmill with Hannah Brown four times. 

There was nothing else making it a standout season. But now with Hannah making an appearance on the series, and with Peter asking her to join the house, it does leave everyone curious and hooked wanting to know what happened, but there's little to no possibility that Hannah actually stayed back. Because she had signed a contract for Dancing With The Stars, and that would not allow her to be in the series, so she obviously couldn't stay. 

Taking to Twitter, a fan wrote, "Holy crap... You would think she moved on by now... This is probably just clickbait. She could've chosen peter on her season but didn't." Another fan negating Brown's possibilities of being on the show said, "It's definitely clickbait lol she still has a contract with ABC, so she basically "has" to do what they want (and she obviously isn't on his season since she's on dwts!)" 



 

 

"Obviously Hannah just went to give advice but this editing is meant to make it look like she wants him back to get people watching," wrote a fan. While another shared, "She had all the time and opportunity to give it a second chance with him after her season, and didn’t. Now she’s coming back and crashing his season - it’s a little too obvious it’s just set up for the drama and ratings." 

"I thought the same thing.... But she's probably just there to wish him good luck or some shit like that for clickbait," added a fan. While another said, "The weirdest clickbait ever is bringing in Hannah and pretending she wants to be with peter." 

What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. 

'The Bachelor' season 24 premiere on January 6th, 2020. Check your local listings for more information. 

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