Christmas Eve is upon us and with it comes a special episode of The Bachelor, a reality TV competition that airs on NBC.
The Bachelor season 5, which is the 10th episode, has already aired and is available to stream on NBC Go and iTunes.
In this week’s episode, Bachelor star Brie Larson (Kourtney Kardashian) and Bachelor producer Joe Swanberg (John Stamos) are having a party for a special guest (Bridget Jones) in a hotel room, but things are not quite as it seems.
After the guests leave, the Bachelor hosts (Adam Scott and Emily Deschanel) reveal the full story of the season 5 premiere, which will air on December 23rd.
“Bachelor in Paradise” season 5 “The Bachelor” season 7Bridgit Jones and Ashley Graham, both Bachelor contestants, are guests at a hotel party.
(CBS via NBC) “Bachelorette” season 6 “The Big Bang Theory” season 8 “Barry Bonds in ‘The Biggest Loser’ in ‘Dancing With the Stars’ season 7″The Bachelor season 6, which has already premiered, is available for streaming on NBC and is scheduled to air on Dec. 24.
“The Bachelorettes” season 2, which aired on Dec 14, 2016, is also available for viewing on the CW network.
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(ABC via ABC News) The Bachelor franchise has always been an incredibly loyal fan base.
This year, the reality competition series has been consistently praised for its unique, yet timeless storylines.
With season 9 premiering Dec. 20, it looks like “The Fall” has hit a home run, as the final season of the franchise is about to begin.
“Season 10” will premiere on Sunday, December 24 on ABC, and fans will be able to binge-watch the final episodes and see the winner crowned in a special ceremony that is set to take place at the Beverly Hilton.
“I’ve got to admit, it’s pretty cool,” Bachelor star Kourtney Kennedy (Kathie Lee Gifford) told Entertainment Tonight about the finale.
“When we finished, we were just like, ‘Oh my god, it was the best thing.’
It was a great honor.
I’m not a big season finales, but I really think that it’s the best we’ve ever done.
I think we did something special.”
The Bachelor in Paris finale will air Dec. 23 on ABC.
(NBC via NBC News) Bachelor in Paradise finale: Who will win?ABC’s “The Voice,” which has been a staple of the Bachelor franchise since season one, is set for an episode titled “The Answer,” with Bachelor in New York star Ashley Graham as the new Bachelorettes’ “secretary.”
The ABC drama will premiere Dec. 27.
The season finale will also air Dec 23 on NBC, with the final episode airing on Dec 24.
The show has become a staple on ABC and is the most-watched reality competition on cable in recent years.
“If I could be the answer to everything, I’d be on ‘The Voice,'” Graham said.
“It’s a very unique thing for an actor to get on the show and then go out on the red carpet and have a million fans, but it’s definitely something that I’m really looking forward to.”
“The Game” season 14 finale will premiere December 18 on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” which is slated to air Dec 20.
“Game” stars Robert De Niro and Jessica Alba.
(FOX via ABC) “Game,” which will debut Dec. 18, will also feature “Game of Thrones” star Natalie Dormer and “Game Changers” star Jodie Sweetin.
“As soon as the show starts airing on Sunday and we get the redo, we’ll be back to the studio, and we’ll do the redoing,” Dorm, who plays Natalie, told EW.
“You can’t get more authentic than that.”
(ABC) “The Muppets” season 25 finale will debut on Dec 21 on ABC Family.
“Muppets,” which premiered in September of 2015, will premiere in 2017.
The ABC family series, which includes the Muppeteers, is based on