'The Bachelor' Season 24 with Peter Weber is the worst one so far, here's why
With literally just three weeks into the show, we've seen some extremely predictable plotlines among the girls
When Colton Underwood was 'The Bachelor' for the ABC reality show last season, we thought we had seen the worst - but, he grew on the fandom and his happy ending with Cassie Randolph definitely helped sell the idea of a great love story from the show. However, it feels like we have a fresh new contender for the title of 'Worst Bachelor Season Ever' and it's the one with Peter Weber in it and here's why.
With literally just three weeks into the show, we've seen some extremely predictable plotlines among the girls, nauseatingly staged drama and some serious flaws in judgment from the lead man Pilot Pete. There isn't much we've seen from Pete apart from plane references, flight puns, talk of the windmills and the inability to read people. Look at the Sydney - Alayah feud where a contestant tried to sabotage another but ended up getting the rose.
Moreover, the show may have made a boring choice in Peter. He's a pilot who had sex with Hannah Brown four times in a windmill is what the fandom knows him for. Then, there's the case of him making out with literally every woman on the show right from Day 1 rather than actually talking about things.
Cue Hannah Brown crying her eyes out in the season premiere only for that plot to fizzle in under a minute in the next episode. A clearly planted story where all Peter did was look confused? Yes. The entire storyline feels recycled and predictable. Fans knew Hannah B wasn't going to stay because she was on 'Dancing With the Stars' at the time but the show played that up anyway. Then, there's the storyline with Madison which is so predictable and boring, it belongs in a Nicholas Sparks book.
She's a religious good girl, who plays sports and giggles all the time and is somehow never in any scandal but gets enough screen time so we remember her - sure, we have no idea where that is going. Madison's first date with Peter was too heavy to keep anything under wraps.
And if that wasn't enough, the show has cast enough models to make their own fashion show, leaving out the real-world connection that fans usually love. Speaking of models, there are also plenty of pageant queens who claim they're "genuine and real" every chance they get. There's a lack of connection with these women and the show has already zeroed in on the contestants that are going ahead too early on. Unfortunately, it appears that 'The Bachelor' has lost its spark.